Black Notice (Kay Scarpetta Series #10)

Black Notice (Kay Scarpetta Series #10)

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Black Notice (Kay Scarpetta Series #10) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 126 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My friend and I listened to this book on tape while in the car. We had to take it out and listen at home because it was so good.
munchkinLA More than 1 year ago
Fantastic!!! Excellent reading!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series
mabelle39 More than 1 year ago
This was excellend as are all the Scarpetta books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read all the Cornwell's 'Kay Scarpetta' books now and I enjoyed this one more than the others. I could not put this book down. I enjoy the series because I feel I know all the characters now and I have such a mental image of each of them. I have tried reading Hornest's Nest and Southern Cross but could not get emotionally involved in them. I am going to give them another try. But Black Notice was by far the best one yest in my opinion. On a personal note, I also enjoy her books because though I no longer live in Richmond, Virginia, I was born and raised there for 27 years. I enjoyed the descriptions of streets, restaurants and neighborhoods because I know they do exist. That part is not fiction. Way to go, Patricia!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read some other reviews where people have complained about the changes in the personality of the main character, Kay Scarpetta, in the progression of the books. It is a fact that writers often project some of themselves into their characters. I suspect that Patricia Cornwell puts parts of herself into Dr. Kay Scarpetta and into Lucy Farinelli. Black Notice was very good ... suspenseful and well written. However, you can see the beginnings of depression in Kay Scarpetta. Even though it is a year since her companion, Benton, has been killed by a crazed psycho, Kay is still in mourning and does not seem to know how to handle it. It makes me wonder if there was some situation in the life of Cornwell that caused her to project her insecurities onto her main character. The character of Lucy is dealing with changes too, and seems to go from one extreme to another in handling these changes. She badly needs anger management counseling. I enjoyed the book and am about to begin the next book in the series so that I can find out what the rest of the story will be concerning Le Loup Garou.
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The best so far! Excellent. Benton bores me to tears I think the twist and tryst with Talley was excellent.
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