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Cornwell

Patricia D (aniels). born 1956, US crime novelist; her novels, many of which feature the pathologist Dr Kay Scarpetta, include Postmortem (1990), The Last Precinct (2000), and Isle of Dogs (2002)
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The studies ruled out that the sedentary activity of watching commercial-laced TV accounted for the higher BMIs among children with greater brand awareness, Cornwell said.
Beginning with childhood recollections that are at once particular and universal, Cornwell recalls the ritual he was required to perform before first Communion, and the rote practice that followed through the rest of his childhood.
Cornwell has spent millions to find the serial killer, who had terrorized Victorian London.
Cornwell seamlessly weaves together three distinctive narrative voices--Noah, Lo, and Mara--to tell a completely original story.
Cornwell has released eight solo albums, including the acclaimed Hooverdam which is available as a high-quality free download from his own website, hughcornwell.com.
"You really must read them," he kept saying of Cornwell's works.
Cornwell is due to perform an acoustic set at The Lowry, Salford, on Sunday, and will include some Stranglers songs.
Cornwell tells Bertrand her characters do speak to her, but she has to do a lot of research so she can speak in their language -- that of forensic science, for example.
Comwen, chief executive officer of Cornwell Corporation.
"News is transitioning to social entities," Cornwell said.
Brooks and Jim Head to produce TV movie adaptations of Patricia Cornwell's bestselling crime novels "At Risk" and "The Front" for Lifetime, marking the first time the author's work will be adapted.