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readreader ☆ Patricia Cornwell sold her first novel Postmortem in while working as a computer analyst at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond Virginia Postmortem was the first bona fide forensic thriller It paved the way for an explosion of entertainment featuring in all things forensic across film television and literature Postmortem would go on to win the Edgar Creasey Anthony.

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  • Kodakjack

    readreader ☆ SpinPatricia Cornwall Kay Scarpata were great until a couple of years ago Either she or Kay have gone off the deep end The banter and mumbling idiotic exchanges between Kay and her husband let alone with her niece are asinine Story lines become hard to follow and the interaction between characters make you struggle to finish the novels I’m done with Patricia Cornwall Too bad because the earlier novels were great

  • Sheryll

    readreader ☆ SpinA fun diversion I’ve enjoyed P Cornwall books in the past and generally find a fairly substantial plot — with this series the emphasis on NASA and science is a welcome shift but the plot feels like it’s still waiting to warm up and get rolling Even at the end I was waiting for something of substance to say ah ha now we’re there but instead there was another evil overture a something is st

  • Karen Benedetto

    readreader ☆ SpinThe 2nd Cornwell foray into sci fi and it like the first is unreadable UghDNF

  • Jessica Higgins

    readreader ☆ SpinA little bit sci fi a little bit mystery and a whole lotta personal issues make up this Captain Chase novelCaptain Calli Chase is back in a new adventure that kicks off with murder Shortly after a murder is discovered a rocket launch is hacked and NASA is forced to destroy the rocket carrying necessary supplies to a space station As an investigator Calli has been at the heard of it and is discouraged to find her twin sister is apparently involved But when her truck is hacked likely by her sister Carme she follows the GPS coordinates to a location where she indeed finds her But not everything is as it seems Calli finds herself agreeing to be upgraded in the program that she and her sister have been a part of only to wake up a few days later with new skills that she will have to master in her sister’s destructive wake of acting as Calli while she was out As the investigation heats up she realizes that she is in for than she bargained for as it takes her to not only the White

  • Becki

    readreader ☆ SpinCaptain Calli Chase finds out that she and her twin sister Carme are scientific guinea pigs After the first few chapters they’re both pretty scientifically enhanced with PEEPs CUFFs and ART their constant AI companionThis is the second book in the Captain Chase series So far it’s been labeled as book 2 of 2 but it still ended with a cliffhanger Calli and Carme Chase are twins who have been raised in and around NASA Their parents both work there and the girls have been raised to be scientists and astronau

  • Ann Roesinger

    readreader ☆ SpinA Little Far Out ThereI chose the title of my review for a number of reasons Following uantum I was prepared for a different take in this Cornwall book ready to see things differently than my old pal Kay Scarpetta I waz prepared to find Calli and Carme continuing their twindom dance as they prepared to save the US from space age enemies I had thought I could be comfortable as their NASA family solved 21st century issues I was not prepared to find out the underlying truths about the plans for Calli and Carme At some points I was ready to write off the story as just another ridiculous sci fi and close the book; hoping to pick up a new Scarpetta saga soon Am I g

  • Dan Smith

    readreader ☆ SpinIn the aftermath of a NASA rocket launch gone terribly wrong Captain Calli Chase comes face to face with her missing twin sister—as well as the startling truth of who they really are Now a top

  • Kathy Crouch

    readreader ☆ SpinAbrupt Ending I found with the time between the books that getting back into the story I remembered the first one but at first this one seemed slow However the pace picked up and the ending left me hanging like a third book was going to continue the story

  • bob ellis

    readreader ☆ SpinGreat readGood plot development believable characters and story matures well Only problem is caused by too much time between stories It is hard to reconnect with so much time between episodes

  • Jennifer

    readreader ☆ SpinTo be honest I had a hard time getting thru the first book of the Captain Chase series In my opinion this book was better The technology was really interesting too I’m looking forward to reading of this series