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This book was a massive disappointment. I feel as though a certain thing Marino did was the worst possible mistake Cornwell could have made as an author. Without spoiling anybody, it was basically character suicide. For the rest of the series, I will always remember what Marino did in this book and never like him. He could give Scarpetta a million dollars in the next book and I would still hate him with a fiery passion.
I read reviews after finishing this book and the general consensus was, “What the heck was Cornwell thinking?” It feels as though this series is on a slow downward slope. I’m worried.