Hornet's Nest

Hornet's Nest

Book - 1998
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Patricia Cornwell turns from forensics to police procedures in her latest novel, Hornet's Nest . This book is less a thriller than a character study of the main characters: Judy Hammer, chief of police in Charlotte, North Carolina; Hammer's deputy, Virginia West; and Andy Brazil, a young reporter assigned to ride with the police as they go about their jobs.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 1998, c1996
Edition: Berkley ed. --
ISBN: 9780425160985
042516098X
9780751520262
0751520268
9780399142284
0399142282
Characteristics: 369 p

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rahmmie
Feb 06, 2014

I simply could not get into the personalities of the 3 characters. A genius reported who supposedly accomplishes everything he sets his mind to but acts like a 5-year old, an acting-deputy chief of police who gets upset because said reported doesn't call to go and do stuff. Overall, the book wasn't very good

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Cabby
Nov 08, 2007

Annoying to read because different style than usual.

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