All That Remains (novel)

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All That Remains
Patricia Cornwell - All That Remains.jpg
First edition
Author Patricia Cornwell
Country United States of America
Language English
Series Kay Scarpetta
Genre Crime fiction
Publisher Scribner
Publication date
1992
Media type Print (hardcover, paperback)
Pages 416
ISBN 978-0-7434-9153-2
OCLC 57708195
Preceded by Body of Evidence
Followed by Cruel and Unusual

All That Remains is a crime fiction novel by Patricia Cornwell. It is the third book of the Dr. Kay Scarpetta series.

The book is loosely based on the Colonial Parkway Killer, a suspected serial killer who is thought to have murdered 8 people in Virginia in the 1980s.

Characters[edit]

  • Kay Scarpetta - Chief Medical Examiner.
  • Benton Wesley - FBI Profiler.
  • Pete Marino - Detective Lieutenant in the Richmond Police Department.
  • Abby Turnbull - Washington Post reporter.
  • Mark James - FBI Special Agent, Dr. Scarpetta's ex-lover from law school
  • Pat Harvey - National Drug Policy Director, mother of one of the victims.
  • Steven Spurrier - Murderer of the named victims.

Victims[edit]

  • Dogs Dammit
  • Jill Harrington and Elizabeth Mott
  • Bruce Philips and Judy Roberts
  • Jim Freeman and Bonnie Smyth
  • Ben Anderson and Carolyn Bennett
  • Susan Wilcox and Mike Martin
  • Deborah Harvey and Frederick Cheney

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