New Year's Eve, and the final murder scene of Virginia's bloodiest year takes Scarpetta 30 feet below the Elizabeth River's icy surface. A diver is dead.
Ted Eddings, an investigative reporter who was a favourite at the Medical Examiner's office. Was Eddings probing the frigid depths for a story or simply diving for sunken trinkets? And why did Scarpetta receive a phone call reporting the death before the police were notified?
"America’s most stimulating and chilling writer of crime fiction." (The Times)
"Patricia Cornwell is one of the best crime writers writing today. She is precise, she is careful, above all, she is original." (Guardian)
"Few writers match Patricia Cornwell when it comes to writing crime." (Daily Express)
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Good story, but issues with sound in the last chapter
Kay was a bit flat
- Jacqueline Valerie Peedell