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Unnatural Exposure Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Unnatural Exposure can fit comfortably into reading series about detective fiction, science in literature, and the status of women in society. Indeed, Cornwell is as effective a chronicler of bureaucratic politics as she is of criminal investigation.

The novel would also be a good starting point for readers new to Cornwell as it is of high quality, includes her signature topics and style, and does not depend on plot lines nor information from earlier books.

1. Does Scarpetta operate from a privileged position? What is the status of women in the novel's scientific community?

2. Describe Scarpetta's outlook. How does she view her world? What is the relationship between her narration and how she presents herself to other characters?

3. Why is Scarpetta good at her job?

What makes her such a respected expert?

Would she make a good boss, that is, would you like to work for her? (Her interactions...

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