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Point of Origin

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin (UK 2010)

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A farmhouse destroyed by fire. A body amongst the ruins.
Dr Kay Scarpetta, Chief Medical Examiner and consulting pathologist for the federal law enforcement agency ATF, is called out to a farmhouse in Virginia which has been destroyed by fire. In the ruins of the house she finds a body which tells a story of a violent and grisly murder. The fire has come at the same time as another, even more incendiary horror: Carrie Grethen, a killer who nearly destroyed the lives of Scarpetta and those closest to her, has escaped from a forensic psychiatric hospital. Her whereabouts is unknown, but her ultimate destination is not, for Carrie has begun to communicate with Scarpetta, conveying her deadly - if cryptic - plans for revenge. Chillingly mesmeric in tone, labyrinthine in structure, POINT OF ORIGIN is Patricia Cornwell at her most dazzling.

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin. Sphere, ISBN: 9780751544787 (September, 2010), 400 p., £7.99.

 

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Point of Origin

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin (USA 2008)

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"Sears its way into the psyche" (ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION) with a NEW PACKAGE and NEW AUTHOR INTRODUCTION.
The clues to a series of remorseless killings go up in smoke -- and only Kay Scarpetta can find them.

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin. Berkley Publishing Group, ISBN: 9780425222386 (June, 2008), 418 p., $9.99.

 

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Point of Origin

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin (UK 2000)

From the Publisher:
Dr Kay Scarpetta, Chief Medical Examiner and consulting pathologist for the federal law enforcement agency ATF, is called out to a farmhouse in Virginia which has been destroyed by fire. In the ruins of the house she finds a body which tells a story of a violent and grisly murder.

The fire has come at the same time as another even more incendiary horror: Carrie Grethen, a killer who nearly destroyed the lives of Scarpetta and those closest to her, has escaped from a forensic psychiatric hospital. Her whereabouts is unknown, but her ultimate destination is not, for Carrie has begun to communicate with Scarpetta, conveying her deadly - if cryptic - plans for revenge.

Chilling mesmeric in tone, labyrinthine in structure, Point of Origin is Patricia Cornwell at her most dazzling.

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin. Warner Books, ISBN: 0751530484 (May, 2000), 440 p., £5.99.

 

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Point of Origin

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin (USA 1999)

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From the author of Unnatural Exposure and Cause of Death comes a new Kay Scarpetta novel that pits Virginia's chief medical examiner against an audacious and wily killer who uses fire to mask his crimes. And when Scarpetta learns that her old nemesis, Carrie Grethen, is somehow involved, the investigation gets personal and tragedy strikes closer to home.

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin. Berkley Publishing Group, ISBN: 0425169863 (August, 1999), 397 p., $7.99.

 

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Point of Origin

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin (UK 1998)

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Carrie Grethen, partner in crime to William Temple Gault, has escaped from prison. Before she does so she sends Kay Scarpetta a message which makes it all too clear that she blames her (and Lucy, and Benton Wesley, and Pete Marino) for Gault's death, and has specific - if cryptic - plans for revenge. Wary and quite shaken, Scarpetta still has a professional life to get on with, including investigating the death of an unknown female in a fire which has destroyed the isolated farmhouse home of her erstwhile political boss. The post mortem reveals that the woman was stabbed before the fire was started, but while Scarpetta and her colleagues are puzzling over means and motive they are called out to the scene of another fire and another murder. The pattern is the same, the answers as elusive and then Benton disappears while following up a tip-off. Suddenly, and with appalling clarity, Scarpetta sees that Carrie has set up a scenario in which she can manipulate them all and in which she appears to have the inescapable upper hand. A novel of high suspense from the acknowledged mistress of the forensic thriller.

Patricia Cornwell: Point of Origin. Little, Brown, ISBN: 0316644404 (May, 1998), 342 p., £16.99.

 

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