Thursday, January 13, 2005


Blow Fly Last year when I read Trace, I realized that somehow I had missed one of the Kay Scarpetta novels. Turns out it was Blow Fly, released in 2003. Although I had just about figured out what had happened from reading Trace, I did enjoy catching up. There are three stories here told from three points of view — Benton Wesley, Lucy, and Kay. Untimately, they all come together in Baton Rouge.

This was not the best of the Scarpetta novels, and if I had read it before Trace I might have been even more critical of it. So although this book is quite depressing, I do know that Kay is on her way out of the doldrums and have hopes that the next book will be even better.

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