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The Skin Collector: Lincoln Rhyme Book 11 [Format Kindle]

Jeffery Deaver
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"Outstanding...the endgame remains in doubt to the end. Deaver proves himself a grandmaster of the genre as each surprise leads to an even bigger surprise, like a series of reverse Russian nesting dolls."―Publishers Weekly -- Starred Review

"This is Deaver at his very best and not to be missed by any thriller fan."―Publishers Weekly (starred review) on The Kill Room - A "Best Summer Book of 2013"

"Chillingly effective...Jeffery Deaver's quadriplegic detective has never been better...Equal parts Marathon Man and top-notch political thriller, this is Deaver at the top of his game. Rhyme remains the most original hero in thriller fiction today who may have met his match in Swann. Not to be missed."―Providence Sunday Journal on The Kill Room

"Jeffery Deaver has written an ace thriller to keep readers guessing and gasping with his latest Lincoln Rhyme thriller, The Kill Room. A master magician with words, Deaver misdirects with one tale while what's really going on is just off the reader's radar...The numerous twists and turns in The Kill Room are so fast and furious that by the novel's end, the reader will be dizzy - and clamoring for more."―Associated Press

"Not even the brilliant Rhyme can foresee the shocking twists the case will take in this electrically charged thriller."―Publishers Weekly, (Starred Review) on The Burning Wire

"A taut psychological thriller from a masterful crime writer, proving Deaver just gets better with each new novel."―June 2010 Indie Next List Great Reads list on The Burning Wire

"This eighth novel featuring quadriplegic forensic expert Lincoln Rhyme is one of Deaver's best...Deaver has outdone himself."―The Globe and Mail on The Broken Window

"Deaver's scarily believable depiction of identity theft in a total-surveillance society stokes our paranoia. A -."―Entertainment Weekly on The Broken Window

"One of the most unnerving of Deaver's eight novels featuring his quadriplegic forensic detective, Lincoln Rhyme."―New York Times on The Broken Window

"Rhyme is one of the mystery genre's most interesting and out-of-the-ordinary series leads...As always, Deaver's dialogue is exceptionally realistic, and his plotting is devilishly intricate. Recommended for fans of the Rhyme novels (naturally) and readers who like their thrillers laced with wit and sharp characterizations."―Booklist on The Broken Window

Présentation de l'éditeur

A new type of serial killer is stalking the streets of New York - one more devious and disturbing than ever before.

They call this butcher The Skin Collector: a tattooist with a chamber of torture hidden deep underground. But instead of using ink to create each masterpiece, the artist uses a lethal poison which will render targets dead before they can even entertain the prospect of escape...

Drafted in to investigate, NYPD detective Lincoln Rhyme and his associate Amelia Sachs have little to go on but a series of cryptic messages left etched into the skin of the deceased. As the pair struggle to discover the meaning behind the designs, they are led down a treacherous and twisting path where nothing is as it seems. And with the clock rapidly ticking before the killer strikes again, they must untangle the twisted web of clues before more victims - or they themselves - are next.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 3526 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 449 pages
  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton (8 mai 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00H4EPCSK
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 DEAVER - A MASTER THRILLER WRITER 14 mai 2014
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Jeffrey Deaver fans are rejoicing as the acclaimed author has brought us a sequel to his best known and voraciously read thriller The Bone Collector. In that novel we were introduced to Lincoln Rhyme, our country’s best known forensic detective. He’s clever, intuitive, and persistent when it comes to solving the most puzzling of crimes. Rhyme’s mettle is tested in The Skin Collector.

There’s a killer on the loose in NYC, well, not literally on the loose because he prowls the underground passages in Soho, just south of Greenwich Village. These tunnels crisscross the neighborhood - at one time used for transporting goods they’re abandoned now and perfect for the use of a mad killer, Billy Haven.

Billy doesn’t violate his victims, flesh is of no interest to him; “...it was skin that Billy loved.” To test it he would pinch a girl’s skin between his thumb and forefinger, admiring the small peak of skin that is raised and then allowed to flatten back. The sight of this would make him smile. But, of course, this was before he tattooed his victim’s flesh with mysterious messages using a tattoo gun filled with poison. Death came slowly and painfully.

Eventually a connection is made between Billy and the Bone Collector, the infamous serial killer of a decade ago. Thus, Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs are drawn into the case. What follows is one shocker following another as Rhyme and the NYPD work against time to try to figure out where the killer will find his next victim and what in the world the seemingly indecipherable tattoos mean.

Readers won’t doubt that they’re in the hands of a multi award winning thriller writer, a master of the genre after just a few pages of The Skin Collector.

Enjoy!

- Gail Cooke
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Toujours bon 26 octobre 2015
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Encore un livre qui prend plusieurs soirs, quelques passages qui font poser le livre (heureusement) . Où Monsieur Deaver va-t-il chercher ses idées ? Le schéma des livres est toujours le même mais les histoires des psychos sont pour le moins intéressantes... Le Watchmaker rodant encore, roman à relire avant qu'il n'y en ait un autre le concernant, cela aidera pour tenter de devancer les réflexions de Lincoln.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well, I didn't see that coming! 14 mai 2014
Par Lisa Baker - Publié sur Amazon.com
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And that, and that, and that. Picture a roller coaster slowly going up, click, click, click, then you're at the top and falling fast, turns, more turns, upside down and all of a sudden it's over and you are just shaking your head and wondering what happened. That is what reading THE SKIN COLLECTOR feels like.

It is written in typical Jeffrey Deaver fashion: plots, protagonists, lists of clues and then more twist and turns until it is finally over. It is almost like the show 24, but crazier. If you are a Jeffrey Deaver fan you will LOVE THIS BOOK.. If you are not, you will still love it. My only gripe is that I bought it yesterday, the day it was released, and in 24 hours the kindle price dropped 5.00. Still worth every penny though.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 As always wonderful. 14 mai 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Jeffrey Deaver's Lincoln Rhyme and Dance books are one of only a handful of book series I devote my limited space to in my "library" with the purpose of re-reading. Although I may have liked other Deaver's books a bit better, Deaver's books are still so much consistently better in writing, fast-placed, intricate, challenging and informative plots than the majority of suspense novels out there, they demand a five star rating.
It is also important to note that reading this novel will provide a much better understanding of his next novel, as this novel also sets the scene for his next one.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A return to the crime solving I enjoy 21 mai 2014
Par Luanne Ollivier - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Jeffery Deaver's last book featuring Lincoln Rhyme, Kill Room, left me slightly underwhelmed. There was a lot of political comment in the book that I found myself glossing over. Deaver also took quadriplegic Rhyme away from his New York City townhouse to a crime scene in the Bahamas, but it just didn't work for me. It seemed forced and almost gimmicky. It was an okay read, but not a standout in the series for me.

However, Deaver's latest book, The Skin Collector (#11) takes us back to what Lincoln Rhyme does best - and the type of story I like best - solving cases based on the evidence and minutiae gathered at a crime scene by his team. And Lincoln's superlative powers of deduction.

The Skin Collector opens with a wonderfully creepy scene that introduces us to the perpetrator, Billy. It's one of those chilling prologues that promises a great read. And it delivered. Billy is a tattoo artist who delights in finding pristine skin for inking his cryptic messages. And his choice of ink is deadly. Billy Haven is clever - he's studied Rhyme's methods and leaves little if anything behind at his scenes. Yes, plural - Billy has a plan and it looks like he's taking inspiration from Lincoln's first case - The Bone Collector.

Deaver employs the history of New York and it's tunnel and underground passages to great effect in The Skin Collector. I ended up checking out many of his references online - it's pretty fascinating history.

I thought I had predicted where the plot was going to go about three quarters of the way through the book. But I was pleasantly proven wrong! Deaver inserts a twist, then a turn, then another twist - and I think there may have been another turn. There was one plot element that I found tawdry and icky and somewhat unnecessary involving Billy's aunt. But on the whole, it was an inventive storyline. Part of it is taken from current new stories, making it plausible and relative. The ending finished on a nice little aha, leaving the door open for further entries in a parallel story line. (Yes, I'm being deliberately obtuse)

Familiar characters return - I'm growing quite fond of Ron Pulaski - and some interesting supporting players were introduced. I hope we see more of tattoo artist TT Gordon. 'Foster' daughter Pam can move away though. I find her attitude tiresome. Amelia is still razor sharp, but seems to have mellowed since solidifying her relationship with Linc.

The Skin Collector was a return to the Lincoln Rhyme I enjoy. It's a good crime read, one to tuck in the beach bag this summer.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 This series has become just plain silly, and this book is a great example of why 16 novembre 2014
Par Brian Baker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Deaver's series centered on Lincoln Rhyme started out really well. Crippled criminalist pitted against brilliant and twisted criminals, using his mind and Amelia Sachs's physicality to bring the Bad Guys to their just rewards.

This particular book is a great example of how badly the series has devolved.

Many chapters end on a cliffhanger note, particularly once the Villain has targeted Rhyme and Sachs as potential victims. And yet - lo and behold! - we find out in the next chapter that the Villain's evil plans have been thwarted yet again!

How, you ask? Who the heck knows? Rhyme inevitably and invariably manages to seem to divine what the Bad Guy's doing just in the nick of time through some absolutely implausible and unbelievable "logic" that leads him to conclude EXACTLY what the Bad Guy's doing.

Heck, Rhyme's talents are wasted as a criminalist. He should be in Vegas raking in millions, or even better, predicting winning lottery numbers every week and rolling in cash.

It's SO bad and silly that in these books the Bad Guys have basically all turned into Wile E. Coyote to Rhyme's Roadrunner.

And then Sachs is always driving her muscle cars around at the speed of sound through New York's busy streets, including on the sidewalks to bypass traffic, and manages to never injure anyone while doing so. I guess she's doing her Vin Diesel imitation or something, but frankly, that meme's become a very tired cliché.

I don't know if Deaver's become lazy or bored or overly formulaic or what, but this series - and this book - has jumped the shark so badly that it doesn't even land in the same body of water.

Needless to say, I am NOT recommending it.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 My least favorite Lincoln Rhyme so far... 27 mai 2014
Par John Covington - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
It appears to be a swing and a miss for Deaver on this latest installment of the Lincoln Rhyme series. I would actually be surprised to find that this wasn't written by somebody else, as the tone and arc seemed very "off " compared to earlier works. Lincoln has been difficult to deal with in the past, but was really just a prick to everybody in The Skin Collector, and not for any particular reason. Also, Amelia's attitude towards other people and her cavalier attitude to almost plowing people over while she is driving doesn't ring true to earlier stories. It's not like the characters are evolving or growing, and I'm sorry to see the quality of Deaver's work decline.
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