The Bone Bed (Kay Scarpetta, #20)



The Bone Bed A Scarpetta NovelThe Bone Bed (Kay Scarpetta, #20)

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  • Hardcover
  • 464 pages
  • The Bone Bed (Kay Scarpetta, #20)
  • Patricia Cornwell
  • English
  • 05 October 2017
  • 0399157565

10 thoughts on “The Bone Bed (Kay Scarpetta, #20)

  1. says:

    Dear Patricia Cornwell,I swear this is the last book of yours I will read You had 463 pages of which you filled too much with your petty disagreements with your husband, niece and chief investigator If these people are making your life as miserable as they are mine, divorce fire tell them to go to hell I got mad years ago when I felt like you were just phoning it in Now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn t germane to the story If you weren t a best se Dear Patricia Cornwell,I swear this is the last book of yours I will read You had 463 pages of which you filled too much with your petty disagreements with your husband, niece and chief investigator If these people are making your life as miserable as they are mine, divorce fire tell them to go to hell I got mad years ago when I felt like you were just phoning it in Now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn t germane to the story If you weren t a best selling award winning author you couldn t get away with that crap Your fir...

  2. says:

    What can I say about Scarpetta number twenty I didn t dislike the book, but in my opinion, Cornwell has yet to produce a follow up book that is in anyway comparable to the quality of her first six to eight books This review does contain a few mild spoilers Before I air my complaints, I will give credit where credit is due Bone Bed reintroduces readers to the Kay Scarpetta they met in Virginia For the first time in I don t know how many books, Scarpetta is back in her diving gear and working What can I say about Scarpetta number twenty I didn t dislike the book, but in my opinion, Cornwell has yet to produce a follow up book that is in anyway comparable to the quality of her first six to eight books This review does contain a few mild spoilers Before I air my complaints, I will give credit where credit is due Bone Bed reintroduces readers to the Kay Scarpetta they met in Virginia For the first time in I don t know how many books, Scarpetta is back in her diving gear and working the crime scenes like she used too Tha...

  3. says:

    Cornwell used to write interesting stories she was one of my favourite authors But about 10 novels ago, she decided to expand on her character s personalities This would be fine, except she can t seem to shut up about it I get it that Scarpetta s partner Marino is a uncontrollable, unreliable slob who s in unrequited love with her I also understand her husband Benton is an uncontrollable, unreliable narcissistic jerk And I know her niece Lucy is unreliable, uncontrollable, gay and ha Cornwell used to write interesting stories she was one of my favourite authors But about 10 novels ago, she decided to expand on her character s personalities This would be fine, except she can t seem to shut up about it I get it that Scarpetta s partner Marino is a uncontrollable, unreliable slob who s in unrequited love with her I also understand her husband Benton is an uncontrollable, unreliable narcissistic jerk And I know her niece Lucy is unreliable, uncontrollable, gay and has a death wish How do I know these things Cornwell harps on and on a...

  4. says:

    Whyyyy do I keep reading these It s like a sickness.

  5. says:

    i haven t finished yet but I should really just stop buying these books I was convinced that at least 5 some books ago she changed her writing style and it totally turned me off Then I felt like a few books ago 2 she changed back to normal Yet, I feel her characters have just gone off the deep end I can t stand any of them any Marino turns worse every book, Lucy becomes almost total background and into such a superwoman that she s just completely unbelievable any Now, in this i haven t finished yet but I should really just stop buying these books I was convinced that at least 5 some books ago she changed her writing style and it totally turned me off...

  6. says:

    Very sad to say but I think I will at last have to give up on the hope that Patricia Cornwell is ever going to return to brilliance again with her Scarpetta series I have made my way through the last few books hoping each time that they will be as enjoyable as her earlier efforts Its just not happening folks I read The Body Farm way back in my late teens and it was this novel that started me on my love of crime fiction,and indeed a new Patricia Cornwell novel was a treat I looked forward to Very sad to say but I think I will at last have to give up on the hope that Patricia Cornwell is ever going to return to brilliance again with her Scarpetta series I have made my way through the last few books hoping each time that they will be as enjoyable as her earlier efforts Its just not happening folks I read The Body Farm way back in my late teens and it was this novel that started me on my love of crime fiction,and indeed a new Patricia Cornwell novel was a treat I looked forward to for many a year.Now I really don t understand the direction she is taking WHY is there ALWAYS a conspiracy in play against Dr Scarpetta Every novel these days is filled with her feelings of mistrust towards those closest to her From being a strong, independant, successful woman she has become a whiny paranoid shadow of her former self Extremely unlikeable nowadays, its hard to find even a tiny bit of sympathy for ...

  7. says:

    I feel obligated to keep reading Scarpetta because I ve been with her since the beginning The first 6 8 books were fabulous and then it was all downhill from there Scarpetta isn t likable any I get annoyed reading how every man wants her and every woman is jealous of her We know We know Scarpetta is the most beautiful, smartest, best cook, toughest female medical examiner on the planet It s getting to be a little much...

  8. says:

    I have been with this series since the beginning It was exciting and interesting, considering this was well before CSI I hate to say I have fallen into the habit of reading these novels just because I ve read the others In the previous two books Dr scarpetta seemed to be getting back on track, getting back to the case with just the right amount of personal life and also handling those problems waslike earlier novels I started to like them again, putting her books on the must get whe I have been with this series since the beginning It was exciting and interesting, considering this was well before CSI I hate to say I have fallen into the habit of reading these novels just because I ve read the others In the previous two books Dr scarpetta seemed to be getting back on track, getting back to the case with just the right amount of personal life and also handling those problems waslike earlier novels I started to like them again, putting her books on the must get when it comes out list.This book was tedious to read A lot of sitting around discussing and speculating The plot was jumbled, muddying the water by addingandaspects to the original case With no clear reason why things were supposed to...

  9. says:

    This book was painfully boring I had no idea who the victims were, who the bad guy was, why the crimes were committed and I didn t even care in the end The forensic science in this book was not interesting as in past books I didn t care for Kay s annoying inner dialogue, her food choices, her new cat and her trip to the pet store to buy supplies Scarpetta is so full of herself It drives me nuts Every man wants her I may be wrong, but it seems the Marino attack on Scarpetta has been discus This book was painfully boring I had no idea who the victims were, who the bad guy was, why the crimes were committed and I didn t even care in the end The forensic science in this book was not interesting as in past books I didn t care for Kay s annoying inner dialogue, her food choices, her new cat and her trip to the pet store to buy supplies Scarpetta is so full of herself It drives me nuts Every man wants her I may be wrong, but it seems the Marino attack on Scarpetta has been discussed in every book since Okay, yes, we get it Poor drunken Marino tried t...

  10. says:

    Why do I continue with this series Since book 10, it s been downhill for me Yet I keep hoping that just maybe the next one will be a great return.The Bone Bed, the 20th novel in Patricia Cornwell s Kay Scarpetta Series was one of the most disappointing books in the series Is it just me that finds the author s writing style in the latest books different from the first ones I don t like the writing in this book at all I had no idea what was going on from page 1 to the end What began w Why do I continue with this series Since book 10, it s been downhill for me Yet I keep hoping that jus...

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