Patricia Cornwell – Her other work

In two previous posts I have written about Kay Scarpetta and the ‘Jack the Ripper’ case. Patricia Cornwell wrote some more books:

The Andy Brazil series:
* Hornet’s Nest (1997; Andy Brazil)
* Southern Cross (1999; Andy Brazil)
* Isle of Dogs (2001; Andy Brazil)

The At Risk collection:
* At Risk (2006, originally a series for The New York Times)
* At Risk Two (2007)

Non Fiction:
* A Time for Remembering (1983; biography of Ruth Bell Graham; also know as: Ruth: A Portrait)
* Life’s Little Fable (1999; children’s book]

All of them are very good book, although I can’t judge on At Risk yet as I haven’t read it. I for one can’t wait for the next Scarpetta book. The countdown has started:


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7 Responses to Patricia Cornwell – Her other work

  1. Ashish C. says:

    You really must love her books to plug her 3 times! Must make a point to get one of her books when I go to Mumbai next month!


  2. Cat says:

    Yep, you really should. I’ve run out of stuff to write about her now though, although her newest book is coming out soon.


  3. Gradinator says:

    My Mum’s favorate, I personally can’t be bothered with reading but i’ll trust my Mum and you to have good taste.


  4. Cat says:

    Your mum has very good taste. :)


  5. Tob3z says:

    I’m from Cornwall as well :D


  6. Cat says:

    heh, I’m sure you’ve said that before on a previous post about Mrs Cornwell…. ;)


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