Order of Patricia Cornwell Books
Patricia Cornwell is an American author, best known for her popular Kay Scarpetta crime series. She has two other series as well – the Andy Brazil and At Risk series. Beyond her renowned work in fiction, Cornwell made headlines in 2002 when she published a controversial book claiming she had evidence to support that Walter Sickert was Jack The Ripper.
Patricia became a published author in 1990, beginning her Kay Scarpetta series. Below is a list of Patricia Cornwell’s books in order of when they were published:
Publication Order of Kay Scarpetta Books
Publication Order of Andy Brazil/Judy Hammer Books
Publication Order of At Risk/Win Garano Books
Publication Order of Standalone Books
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Ruth, A Portrait: The Story of Ruth Bell Graham||(1997)|
|Scarpetta's Winter Table||(1998)|
|Food to Die For: Secrets from Kay Scarpetta's Kitchen||(2002)|
|Portrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper - Case Closed||(2002)|
Patricia Cornwell Synopses: In Body of Evidence (the second installment of the Kay Scarpetta series), Dr. Kay Scarpetta is working on the case of romance writer Beryl Madison’s stabbing death. During the investigation, Madison’s lawyer accuses Scarpetta of losing Beryl’s latest manuscript. Meanwhile, an old flame of Scarpetta’s re-appears suddenly.
Ruth, A Portrait is a biography of evangelist Billy Graham’s wife, Ruth Bell Graham. Patricia Cornwell is a family friend of the Grahams.
Scarpetta’s Winter Table is a cookbook/novella that takes place following Point of Origin chronologically. Make yourself a Bloody Mary, some chili or maybe some pizza.
Food To Die For is another cookbook from Patricia Cornwell, using her character Kay Scarpetta. Readers of the Kay Scarpetta series can now make the various dishes referenced throughout the series.