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Red Mist by Patricia Cornwell
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May 13, 12

bookshelves: mystery-crime
Read from May 04 to 13, 2012

Another Kay Scarpetta novel - I have all of them!!! I LOVE Kay Scarpetta and Lucy and Benton and Marino :)
I have to admit I had a difficult time getting started with this one though - I don't know if was just because I am extra tired or whether it started slow - but before long I was really into it and couldn't put it down

Kay Scarpetta was almost murdered six months before the start of the novel by the same murderer that killed her deputy chief, Jack Fielding. Now the woman that molested Fielding when he was only 12 and bore his child wants to see Scarpetta in the Georgia Prison for Women. When Kay arrives in Savannah, she discovers that the situation is much more complex than she imagined and that she may have been set up. With twists and turns at every corner, the mystery unfolds and the suspense is brilliant. I do not want to ruin this plot for anyone that hasn't read the book, but let's just say that I find myself thinking a lot about where my food has come from after listening to this book!

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