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Patricia Cornwell

  • America is the most violent democracy in the world. It's something that's met with great shock, horror, and mystery when I travel to other countries. They ask, Why are there so many shootings in America? Why does everyone own a gun?

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  • We create our own worlds. We destroy our own worlds. It is that simple.

  • Thoughts are odd misfires.

Patricia Cornwell, U.S. writer

(1956)

Born: Patricia Carroll Daniels.