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  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton (1 janvier 2001)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0340922826
  • ISBN-13: 978-0340922828
  • Dimensions du produit: 11,1 x 17,7 x 2,1 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Christy Anne le 2 avril 2014
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Les aventures d'une têtue qui vit encore dans son monde, à part.
Par rapport au premier, elle a un peu mis un pied sur terre mais comme elle vit sur une barge... Son Cowboy est pour le moins intéressant et fait véridique.
Monsieur Deaver a encore fait un livre au rythme enlevé (pas le temps de se poser trop de questions sur le plausible) et une desciption réduite pour éviter les cauchemards.
Bientôt je lis le troisième.
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2nd in Rune series is a winner! 8 novembre 2000
Par Paul Legerski - Publié sur
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This is the second of the Deaver reissues in the "Rune" series. A third, HARD NEWS, is set to be released soon. That said Deaver delivers another brilliant soft mystery.
Rune is once again in the middle of trouble! This time she is walking sown the street when a bomb goes off in a porno theatre, nearly killing her. Our heroine can't pass up a chance to find out what is going on so she eavesdrops and finds out a cult, the Sword of Jesus, is claiming responsibility and warning of six other bombings.
Rune befriends the lead cop and a porno actress and together they try and solve why these bombings are taking place and who is doing them. Deaver's twists and turns are in full force here.
The ending alone is worth the price of the about a shocker. Waiting anxiously for HARD NEWS and any other Deaver reissues.
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GOES OUT WITH A BANG 20 novembre 2000
Par Gerard T. McGuire - Publié sur
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DEATH OF A BLUE MOVIE STAR is a follow up to MANHATTAN IS MY BEAT, both books featuring the character of Rune, an aspiring film maker with a nose for trouble. This time around Rune is working for an agency that makes bad commercials and good documentaries. While out and about she witnesses a bombing of a pornography theatre and decides to use footage of the scene as a springboard for her first ever documentary. Her look into the life of a porn star takes a twist when the subject of her film is killed in a subsequent explosion that appears to be one in a series initiated by religious zealots. Rune becomes determined to find the killer and along the way she strikes a romance with the lead cop, makes a film, and gets herself caught right smack in the middle of all the killing.
In classic Deaver fashion there are some dizzying plot flips that keep you guessing from page to page. However Rune is no Lincoln Rhyme and the weakness of her character curses the book as a whole. She is naive and whimsical to say the least and thus unbelievable. The reader has to believe that she would have been killed just as a result of the law of averages. As a character, her survival skills are questionable at best.
The book starts off great but lags through the middle chapters. The pockets of action and intrigue are not enough to make up for lulls. However the book ends spectacularly and therefore the novel ends up being worth the read. It is a better than average suspense book but it is also not the best of Deaver. Don't expect the same chills you got in DEVILS TEARDROP, COFFIN DANCER, OR THE LESSONS OF HER DEATH. Overall a solid three star read.
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Rune returns 24 avril 2001
Par Cody Menzies - Publié sur
Format: Poche
With this, the second novel to feature the bizarre Rune, Deaver once again tempers his hard-edge tale with Rune's usual wierdness and inexperience in the world of crime fighting.
This time, Rune becomes obsessed with a porn star whose murder she witnessed. Armed with a camera and her quirky attitude, Rune dives into the porn industry and ferrets out clues and suspects ... and once again puts her life in mortal danger.
Once again Deaver delivers a compulsively readable novel, but the twists in this one are more guessible than usual, especially the final (whichs shows Rune is kinder to certain people than they deserve) and next to no mention is made of the murders she experienced in the first book. Still, pretty good.
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Par Brad Stonecipher - Publié sur
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The first novel in the Rune series was "Manhattan is My Beat," and I didn't care for that novel very much. But "Death Of A Blue Movie Star" was ten times better. Rune is now a production director's assistant. She gets in the middle of bombings of movie theaters and production companies. Rune's new friend dies in one of the bombings. Can Rune stop the bombings and discover who killed her friend before she dies herself? Trust me, it's worth the money. The third and final Rune novel comes out in late January/ early February, and it's called "Hard News!"
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Rune a Character That Grows On You 27 mars 2001
Par Jason Birkby - Publié sur
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When I first started to go back and read Jeffery Deaver's older novels, I was not sure where the character Rune fit in. This character is so off from the rest of Deaver's characters that most reader have come to expect. However this wildly dressed, mostly unemployed young woman with the Peter Pan "I will never grow up" attitude toward life has a tendency to grow on you. The reader starts to like her more and more with every page turned.
"Death of A Blue Movie Star" finds Rune working for a production company that does good documentries and bad commercials. On her way to work Rune is a witness to the bombing of a adult movie theater. This gets Rune to thinking that a documentary on the bombings is a good idea. She borrows the equipment from work and befriends Shelly Lowe, and adult movie actress whose film was showing in the theater. Then a second bomb goes and takes the actress with it and Rune is thrown into a murder mystery that takes her through the wide range of suspects. She also befriends and falls in love with Sam Healy a NYPD bomb unit officer. Will Rune find the killer and get her movie made is the main theme of the novel.
Once again Deaver uses many sub plots and motives for the bad guys, which makes for a gripping ending. Rune is much more well rounded in this novel from the first and is not as irritatiing. Maybe Deaver is letting her grow up a little in this one, but she still is the same Rune. This is a strong solid read for any Deaver fan.
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