Hi Everyone, Here is a link with the Red Mist tour photos. ~Admin
Admin. Maybe I’ve missed it but I’ve not seen any mention of the cover article on PC that appeared in the Dec. 18 Sunday Style section of the Washington Post newspaper. Her picture is on the front along with a second one in the great two page article entitled Crime is on her side.
I’m sure her readers would enjoy this. Could you include the above in the Press section of her new exciting web site. Looking forward to the news letter and upcoming messages.
RM was a real page turner. Thanks for another great Xmas gift. Read it non stop. It was my Christmas present to me–both the book and time to read it.
Sure thanks for the suggestion we will post the article. ~Admin
Admin replied to the comment from E. Ripper saying the article would be posted, but I don’t see where it has been. I have sent a comment regarding Patricia’s “About” section, but my suggestions have not been acted upon. I’m curious why no further reponse has been forthcoming in either case.
Hi Linda, It is in the “News & Press” section (on the cork board in the office). ~Admin
Well, if some good comes of this, it might be that I start reading Cornwell.But I don’t know how I’m going to break the news to my hunbasd that he’s been sleeping with a man for over 25 years, especially since I’m not nearly as good looking as Piers Gaveston.
Thank you, Admin. I was confused by the fact that the article in the News & Press section has “Published: December 16″ on it and does not have a title “Crime Is on Her Side.” I’ve found the WP Sunday December 18 article, and it is the same. I just didn’t realize it.
Dear Admin, I’m writing for ask you if you know when Patricia Cornwell will come in Italy.
I am the admin of the italian website I Misteri di Patricia Cornwell.
We should have information very soon. Sorry for the delay. ~Admin
but when in rome??
This was the best Scarpetta book I have read in years. I could not put it down. This book was not bogged down with tech inovations.
Dear Ms. Cornwell, Loved Red Mist, however on page 312, Colin says”enough pressure on her jugular to cut the oxygen off to her brain”. I’m sure you realize that oxygen is delivered by arteries and veins do not supply oxygen to tissues. Keep up the great writing.
At the beginning of this book, you can’t really put anything together. It was compelling. I know how Ms Cornwell writes, so you know something is going on, but you cannot put your finger on it. By the time I was at page 300-I couldn’t put the book down! It became very exciting. Be sure you read this novel. I just didn’t quite see wheat was happening until almost the end of the book. Excellent read.
You are an excellent wetrir even if I have thought your writing seems sad sometimes! I am so glad you are honest! The truth will set you free, is true! I love you and I am so blessed to be your Mom!
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Ms. Cornwell, If Angelina Jolie is to play Scarpetta (though I think she would make a better Lucie), how about Rooney Mara for Lucy. She would also be great if not better than Jolie.
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Finished “Red Mist” yesterday 19 May 2012. Question – what was the disposition of ‘Lola Daggette’? In light of what was uncovered by Dr. Scarpetta, I assume she was released from prison. Yes? No?
Hope this inquiry gets to you as I couldn’t find any other method of contact.
My husband and I have just “discovered” Patricia Cornwell. Both love the books. Started with the oldest and intend to go through in order – don’t want to miss a thing. We think it will be fun to note when the characters give up smoking, get cell phones and digital cameras. Great reading, we’re buying ebooks.
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