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Patricia Cornwell left Richmond, Va., in 2001, largely because of fear of the intensifying vitriol of a man then living there, moved several times, and now lives in the Boston area.

Crime novelist tries to ward off Internet attacker

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / June 7, 2007

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Massachusetts novelist Patricia Cornwell is the first to say that life has been good to her. From small-town beginnings in the mountains of North Carolina, she has gained world fame and wealth beyond her wildest dreams with a string of huge-selling crime thrillers. (Full article: 1570 words)

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