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Patricia Cornwell, Post-Mortem (New York: Avon Books, 1993)

Post-Mortem- What Fun! by Kevin R. Kosar, May 2009

Sure, the characters’ use of pagers give this novel a slightly dated feel…  But Post-Mortem still is well worth reading.

It is an enjoyable thriller, and you will not be able to guess who the fiend is until the very end.

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