Patricia CornwellPatricia Cornwell won Britain's prestigious Gold Dagger for another Scarpetta novel, "Cruel and Unusual", which, like "All That Remains" and "Body of Evidence", was a national and international bestseller, establishing the author as one of the top names in the crime writing field. Her first novel, "Postmortem", was the only novel ever to win the Edgar, Creasey, Anthony, and Macavity awards and the French Prix du Roman d'Adventure in one year. A former award-winning crime reporter for the "Charlotte Observer", Cornwell worked for more than six years as a computer analyst in the
2010 Audie Award Finalist for Short Stories/Collections
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