All That Remains (Kay Scarpetta Series #3) by Patricia Cornwell - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Oct 18, 2015
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Dr. Kay Scarpetta is up against a serial killer who targets young lovers. Four couples have disappeared, only to turn up dead months afterward...Now a fifth pair is missing, and the mother of the girl is a powerhouse recently named by the...

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9780816155262
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Scribner
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Age range
18+ Years
Book language
English
Pages
447
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PDF, FB3, RTF, TXT
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Normal quality scanned pages
Dimensions
6.38 (w) x 9.56 (h) x 0.93 (d)
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Dr. Kay Scarpetta is up against a serial killer who targets young lovers. Four couples have disappeared, only to turn up dead months afterward...Now a fifth pair is missing, and the mother of the girl is a powerhouse recently named by the president to head his war on drugs.

Author Biography: Patricia Cornwell is the winner of the 1991 Edgar Award, Britains John Creasey Award, the Antony Award, and the MacCavity Award for best first mystery novel. She lives in Richmond, Virginia. Her latn author. Patricia Cornwell lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Web:patriciacornwell.com

Facebook: patricia.cornwell

Twitter: @1pcornwell

Biography

Patricia Cornwell writes crime fiction from an unusually informed point of view. While many writers are, as she says, conjuring up fantasy assumptions regarding what really goes into tracking criminals and examining crime scenes, Cornwell really does walk the walk, which is why her novels ring so true. Before becoming one of the most widely recognized, respected, and read writers in contemporary crime fiction, she worked as a police reporter for The Charlotte Observer and as a computer analyst in the chief medical examiners office in Virginia. During this period of her life, Cornwell observed literally hundreds of autopsies. While the vast majority of people would surely regard such work unsavory beyond belief, Cornwell was acquiring valuable information that would not only help her write the groundbreaking 2002 study Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper — Case Closed but would also enrich her fiction with uncommon authenticity. Most of these crime scene shows... are what I call ‘Harry Potter policing, she said in a candid, heated interview. Theyre absolutely fantasy. And the problem is the general public watches these, 60 million people a week or whatever, and they think what theyre seeing is true. If Cornwell comes off as a bit vehement in her criticism of television shows meant to simply entertain, thats just because she takes her work so seriously. Not that Cornwells novels are ever anything short of entertaining, even if their grisly details may require extra-strong stomachs of her readers. She has created a tremendously well-defined and complex character in her favorite fictional crime solver Dr. Kay Scarpetta. Cornwell introduced medical examiner Scarpetta in her first novel, Postmortem in 1990. Today, Scarpetta is still cracking cases and cracking open cadavers. (She has even inspired a cook book called Food to Die For: Secrets from Kay Scarpettas Kitchen.) In addition, Cornwell writes more lighthearted cop capers in her Andy Brazil & Judy Hammer series.

Good To Know

Cornwell knows what its like to shatter records. Her debut, Postmortem, was the only novel by a first-time author to ever win five major mystery awards in a single year. Cornwell may be a former crime solver, but she shudders to think that her books could actually contribute to crime. In fact, she says she has received thank you notes from prisoners who claim they have gleaned information from her books that might help them cover their tracks while committing future crimes. If parody is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, then Cornwell has a fan in Chris Elliott. The professional wisenheimer published a hilarious takeoff on her true crime book Portrait of a Killer called The Shroud of the Thwacker.

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Patricia Cornwell is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Kay Scarpetta series. Her bestsellers include Dust, The Bone Bed, Red Mist, and Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper-Case Closed. Her earlier works include Postmortem—the only novel to win five major crime awards in a single year—and Cruel and Unusual, which won Britain’s prestigious Gold Dagger Award for the best crime novel. Dr. Kay Scarpetta was awarded the 1999 Sherlock Award for the best detective created by an American author. Patricia Cornwell lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Web:patriciacornwell.com

Facebook: patricia.cornwell

Twitter: @1pcornwell

Biography

Patricia Cornwell writes crime fiction from an unusually informed point of view. While many writers are, as she says, conjuring up fantasy assumptions regarding what really goes into tracking criminals and examining crime scenes, Cornwell really does walk the walk, which is why her novels ring so true. Before becoming one of the most widely recognized, respected, and read writers in contemporary crime fiction, she worked as a police reporter for The Charlotte Observer and as a computer analyst in the chief medical examiners office in Virginia. During this period of her life, Cornwell observed literally hundreds of autopsies. While the vast majority of people would surely regard such work unsavory beyond belief, Cornwell was acquiring valuable information that would not only help her write the groundbreaking 2002 study Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper — Case Closed but would also enrich her fiction with uncommon authenticity. Most of these crime scene shows... are what I call ‘Harry Potter policing, she said in a candid, heated interview. Theyre absolutely fantasy. And the problem is the general public watches these, 60 million people a week or whatever, and they think what theyre seeing is true. If Cornwell comes off as a bit vehement in her criticism of television shows meant to simply entertain, thats just because she takes her work so seriously. Not that Cornwells novels are ever anything short of entertaining, even if their grisly details may require extra-strong stomachs of her readers. She has created a tremendously well-defined and complex character in her favorite fictional crime solver Dr. Kay Scarpetta. Cornwell introduced medical examiner Scarpetta in her first novel, Postmortem in 1990. Today, Scarpetta is still cracking cases and cracking open cadavers. (She has even inspired a cook book called Food to Die For: Secrets from Kay Scarpettas Kitchen.) In addition, Cornwell writes more lighthearted cop capers in her Andy Brazil & Judy Hammer series.

Good To Know

Cornwell knows what its like to shatter records. Her debut, Postmortem, was the only novel by a first-time author to ever win five major mystery awards in a single year. Cornwell may be a former crime solver, but she shudders to think that her books could actually contribute to crime. In fact, she says she has received thank you notes from prisoners who claim they have gleaned information from her books that might help them cover their tracks while committing future crimes. If parody is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, then Cornwell has a fan in Chris Elliott. The professional wisenheimer published a hilarious takeoff on her true crime book Portrait of a Killer called The Shroud of the Thwacker.

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