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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jeffery Deaver is the international, #1 bestselling author of more than twenty-seven suspense novels, including The Bone. Editorial Reviews. Review. The hero of Jeffery Deaver's thriller The Bone . The Bone Collector, the first of the Lincoln Rhyme novels is certainly no exception. Although Lincoln Rhyme, formerly head of the Investigation and. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Someone is murdering people, killing them by injecting Recommended for fans of the Rhyme novels (naturally) and readers who like their thrillers laced with wit and sharp characterizations. Procedurals; # in site Store > site eBooks > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers .

His victim is a young woman. Drafted in to investigate, Lincoln Rhyme and his associate Amelia Sachs find the scene has been scrubbed of evidence.

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All except for one trace — a scrap of paper that connects this case with one they will never forget. Rhyme and Sachs find themselves pitted against a twisted serial killer choosing his victims seemingly at random. The Deliveryman short story — A man is murdered in a back alley. The Steel Kiss — Amelia Sachs is hot on the trail of a killer.

The stairs give way, with one man horribly mangled by the gears.

Sachs is forced to let her quarry escape as she jumps in to try to help save the victim. She and Lincoln Rhyme soon learn, however, that the incident may not have been an accident at all, but the first in a series of intentional attacks. A nine-year-old girl, the only witness to the crime. With a crime scene this puzzling, forensic expertise of the highest order is absolutely essential.

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There are possibly 3 stories in this novel. One suggestion: This is quite far into the Rhyme series as to have the usual cast of characters very developed.

The reader can visualize each clearly. If you've ever read a Jeffery Deaver novel in the past, then you already know that no matter the story, it's going to be solid, hard to put down, and filled with unexpected twists and turns. The Skin Collector most assuredly carries all of those attributes.

You shouldn't be surprised. After all, this is Deaver's 11th Lincoln Rhyme novel. Presumably you've read at least some of the previous Lincoln Rhyme mysteries and already know Rhyme is a brilliant criminalist locked into a body of a quadriplegic, with almost nothing intact but his brilliant mind. But he's molded his apartment environment to work for him, and rarely needs to leave. Every bit of lab equipment he owns rivals or exceeds the best out there.

For Rhyme, though, those are mere tools for a long-term passion: Figuring out puzzles that come from murders, often of the most heinous type.

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For me, this wasn't bothersome, but from reading other reviews it's clear other readers were bothered, or even annoyed. However, The Skin Collector is, after all, part of a series.

It's also not the only series that Deaver has in a long career with more than 30 books, most if not all published in a variety of languages because they're so popular.

But I digress. The Bad Guy in the story is a tattoo artist and a perfectionist.

That happens quickly because the Bad Guy essentially tattoos people to an early grave. You'll get no spoilers from me. Read the story to see what I'm talking about. Just know that the Bad Guy's own understanding of forensics makes him a worthy rival for Lincoln Rhyme. Of course, given that Deaver made Rhyme a quadriplegic, it only makes sense that secondary characters must be compelling and offer opportunities for plenty of action in the story.

The best? Amelia Sachs, who drives a muscle car and manages to push aside any fear she has to go after the Bad Guy. She's gutsy, shrewd and coincidentally, more than a mere colleague to Rhyme. The point? Without Sachs, it's unlikely even Deaver could pen a mystery on the level he does because of the physical limitations his main character has. It's not critical, but it might push you from a four-star review to a five.

Hardcover Verified download. His detailed descriptions of the collection and analysis of forensic evidence reminded me of the deductive skills of Sherlock Holmes, supplemented by occasional flashes of brilliance that allowed him to connect the clues.

The introduction of Locard's transfer of trace evidence between the victim and doer also impressed me. And the compilation of huge data bases was extremely useful when it was necessary to compare collected evidence to computer data in order to pin down a location, tire mark, type of shoe, etc.

But now it just seems to be a repetition of a once successful formula that has now simply become tiring. I never thought that I'd say this but I'm done reading Jeffery Deaver. There is so much fresh material out there from other authors that I've had the pleasure to come across, either through the site Vine program or from other reviewers who piqued my interest. This review is on the physical item itself as I've not read the book yet, though I'm sure it's a winner like the rest of Deaver's novels.

Complete with a sharpied over sticker that read "From the library of blacked out " which, like a dummy, I unfortunately removed from the inside cover and tossed before thinking to snap pics.

The dust jacket is in New condition but the book itself shows some dog-earing on the pages and also some red smudges around the outside of the pages and some grease spots on the cover. All of this I could forgive with a three star rating.

It reeks of tobacco smoke. Never again. Mass Market Paperback Verified download. Unlike the bone collector this killer is obsessed with skin, not bones. Rhyme is racing against time as the killer seems willing to kill and kill again. In any Deaver book there is a vast amount of knowledge on display about a variety of subjects.

There are dramatic switcheroos up to the very last page, and a climactic battle to the death. Rhyme is a great character…and Sachs a great partner. The scenarios, explanations, dialogue, characters, and everything else involved in the story are absolutely and ridiculously unbelievable.

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I mean, they are DUMB! Couple the distasteful main character with the fact that he annoyingly has a pat and ready answer for absolutely every piece of evidence that is presented to him and the result is a farce. This would have been a one-star review, but I gave it a second star for finally coming to an end. I like police procedurals but I also hate police procedurals.The Weapon. The scenarios, explanations, dialogue, characters, and everything else involved in the story are absolutely and ridiculously unbelievable.

A Novel Lincoln Rhyme Book 3. The Twelfth Card: This review is on the physical item itself as I've not read the book yet, though I'm sure it's a winner like the rest of Deaver's novels. James Patterson. See More Categories. He collates the data in a wheelchair, connected to his computerized laboratory.

Rhyme is racing against time as the killer seems willing to kill and kill again. A new type of serial killer is stalking the stree… More.

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