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Dear Patricia Cornwell,

I swear this is the last book of yours I will read. You had 463 pages of which you filled too much with your petty disagreements with your husband, niece and chief investigator. If these people are making your life as miserable as they are mine, divorce/fire/tell them to go to hell!

I got mad years ago when I felt like you were just "phoning" it in. Now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. If you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. Your first six books were so good. What is wrong? Do you think we'll just lap it up? That we aren't discriminating readers?

I will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. But that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

You must quit recycling plots lines. Yes, I know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. Yes, Kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

I will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. I will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. You just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! A character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! These are rules of writing. You're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

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you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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i got mad years ago when i felt like you were just "phoning" it in. now you take a good plot and just clutter it up with too much stuff that isn't germane to the story. if you weren't a best selling award winning author you couldn't get away with that crap. your first six books were so good. what is wrong? do you think we'll just lap it up? that we aren't discriminating readers?

i will give you this, you create an atmosphere where the anxiety is so palpable that it makes me jittery. but that anxiety doesn't come from the main plot but from petty jealousies, suspected betrayals and paranoia that is unnecessary to advance this story.

you must quit recycling plots lines. yes, i know your character's work will always be about murders but it doesn't always have to involve staff who betray, someone going after your husband, it doesn't always have to be about you. yes, kay's great but she's getting increasingly self-centered and at the same time insecure.

i will be happy to edit your next manuscript or even go back and show you how you could have made this a tight 300 page forensic medical thriller. i will remove all the unnecessary filler and coax you to spend more time in developing this story. you just cannot decide on page 449 to reveal a character who has only been mentioned in passing! a character who's perhaps had only a few lines of dialog! these are rules of writing. you're violating them and you're pissing us off.

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