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Livid Patricia Cornwell Series: Kay Scarpetta #26 Released: October 25, 2022 Good Reads: Livid (Kay Scarpetta, #26) by Patricia Cornwell | Goodreads So often Jesse and myself review movies, TV series, but rarely do either of us review books. “Livid” is perhaps not the best book in the Scarpetta series, I personally like her older works, but it is still a good novel. The action doesn’t seem to be as fast paced, but the intrigue and mystery is still there. I was honestly bored with the first few chapters at least, but since I’m so invested in the series, I’m going to give Mrs. Cornwell the benefit of the doubt; she did not disappoint and my slogging was rewarded. I am not going to ruin the book’s read for you, but I love the narrator and that makes a ton of difference. When it comes to books in the medical, law, or even technical novels there is always a risk of not understanding what terms mean; but Mrs. Cornwell does a fantastic job of giving you the term in a conversation, then explaining it through dialogue. I don’t know about other people, but I personally appreciate this aspect, which some other authors do as well. I don’t understand pros and cons, diatribes, run-on sentences, and other such punctuation kinda stuff; I just know whether I like a book or not. I don’t know if it is written correctly, I just know if I like the book or not; this one I did after a few chapters. Rating: 5 out of 10 Beans brought to you by:

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