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Patricia Cornwell, who has sold at least 100 million books, has to be one of the best-selling crime writers alive. She also may have solved the mystery of Jack the Ripper, a theory she details in her 2002 book, “Portrait of a Killer.” It’s absolutely certain that her series of novels starring Dr. Kay Scarpetta, forensic examiner extraordinaire, have entertained millions of readers worldwide. Cornwell lives on the Boston waterfront and writes in an office nearby overlooking the harbor, filled with helicopter models, vintage medical equipment, and deadly knives. Read Full Article