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Starred Review. Deaver returns to his popular Lincoln Rhyme series with this latest installment that finds Rhyme and his partner heading to the Bahamas to investigate the murder of an American citizen by the United States government. Narrated by the trio of Jay Snyder, January LaVoy, and Edoardo Ballerini, the novel comes to life via a series of inspired performances, each as convincing and entertaining as the last. Snyder shines in the lead role, but LaVoy and Ballerini also bend and twist their vocal cords to realistically portray the book's characters. This is a thoroughly enjoyable listen. A Grand Central hardcover. (June) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Lincoln Rhyme, the world-famous criminalist, finds himself in a tricky situation. A New York City assistant district attorney brings him a fascinating case: a man has been murdered, and, according to the prosecutor, the hit was masterminded by the National Intelligence and Operations Service (a sort of fictional version of the NSA). But here’s the problem: the victim was assassinated in the Bahamas. To solve the case, Rhyme, a quadriplegic, must find a way to investigate a crime scene a thousand miles away. Deaver takes both Rhyme and Amelia Sachs, his partner, out of their comfort zones (Amelia stays behind in New York, overseeing the local investigation, but without Rhyme’s reassuring presence and intellectual inspiration). We see Rhyme and Sachs from a different perspective, more vulnerable than they usually are. Fans of Deaver’s tightly plotted thrillers will expect a few right-angle plot twists, and they won’t be disappointed: the author leads us down one path, allows us to make certain assumptions, and then yanks us hard in another direction—and then does the same thing again, and yet again. Another well-crafted, unpredictable novel from a master of the genre. --David PittSee all Editorial Reviews
I liked this book because Lincoln and Sachs were working on the same case but in different locales. Sometimes confusing but the story would get around to resolving my questions. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Kathryn McMudie
Classic Dealer, awesome. The plot just keeps twisting and turning. It was a great ride haven't been in the same room with Rhyme and Sachs in too long.Published 24 days ago by richard w. murphy
Love the Lincoln Rhyme books. Good story lines. Can't put them down.Published 1 month ago by Happygrannie