Sem Motivo Aparente (Kay Scarpetta, #13)
Publish date: 2006
Publisher: Editorial Presença
Pages no: 335
Edition language: Portuguese
Series: Kay Scarpetta (#13)
To date, I have read 17 of Patricia Cornwell's novels, the majority of which all had the same heroine: Dr. Kay Scarpetta. So reading Trace (A Scarpetta Novel) was much like going home. It was (for me) a warm, cozy comforting read. But be forewarned; if you haven't read Cornwell's Scarpetta novels ...
Another one of those that I gave up after the first 25 pages. Just wasn't feeling it (weird POV, if I remember correctly). I honestly don't think I'm that much of a mystery person to be honest - I really haven't found a straight non-urban fantasy mystery series that really gets me going.
Utter trash. I can see how someone can enjoy it (on a very boring plane flight) but it's just not for me, I can't get into it.
Here's the goods - this is my first Scarpetta and am fully convinced, one hour in, that I should have started at the beginning to get into character because I am finding this ugly.So this can go, and I may try it again once I have the earlier numbers under my belt...maybe.
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