Trace by Patricia Cornwell

Just finished this book in the Scarpetta series.  The book ended kind of abruptly which is unusual for Cornwell.  The killer she was looking for Edgar Allan Pogue, was wrapped up in a neat little bow with no clear indication as to whether he killed Gilly Paulson and whether or not it had to do with her father working with Homeland Security.

There is the possibility that prescription allergy medicine and the fact it was 3 AM may have befuddled me.  I’ll re-read before I start the Scarpetta Series review.

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