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Unnatural Exposure by Patricia Cornwell
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Kay Scarpetta begins an autopsy on a limbless and headless torso, but the torso has a rash like smallpox. Kay and her employee Wingo have been exposed. Then more cases appear on the island of Tangier. An epidemic threat impels Kay and the FBI to find the cause. Kay realizes that she loves Benton, but she cannot live with him on a day-to-day basis. Lucy loves her friend who also works for the FBI. But if the FBI discovers this secret, both women could lose their job. Pete Marino does not seem as important in this novel. As usual, Cornwell does a good job with research and details, but the killings that began the story are not solved. The killer apprehended is not the killer being sought at the beginning of the story.

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