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The Skin Collector: Lincoln Rhyme Book 11 par [Deaver, Jeffery]
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Outstanding . . . 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 (Starred review, Publishers Weekly)

Another suspenseful and twist-filled entry in this always-exciting series. (Booklist)

Quality thriller... This is Deaver back on form (Daily Mail)

"Deavotees" will expect and gratefully receive the many twists and sudden turns . . . No one is better at narrative misdirection. Just at the point you think "That's impossible!" Deaver demonstrates the exact opposite . . . Once again the depth of his research and characterisation has created a superb example of modern American Gothic. (Evening Standard)

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They have never seen a murder like it - but something about this killer is all too familiar...

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

A talented tattoo artist is using poison instead of ink. His victim is a young woman. And on her skin he's left a message: 'the second'.

Processing the scene, NYPD detective Lincoln Rhyme and his associate Amelia Sachs find just one trace of evidence. A scrap of paper that connects this case with one they will never forget: the killer they called The Bone Collector...

'Outstanding . . . 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.' - Starred Review, Publisher's Weekly

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  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton (8 mai 2014)
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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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4.0 étoiles sur 5 With A Bit of "The Bone Collector" Included 11 mai 2017
Par Ken T. - Publié sur
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There are possibly 3 stories in this novel. The reader has the present novel, plenty of the original “Bone Collector”, and as a typical Rhyme novel much of the storyline is a police procedural, as well as a thriller. One suggestion: if you have not read “Bone Collector”, read it first before this one. You’ll have a much better understanding toward the end.
This is quite far into the Rhyme series as to have the usual cast of characters very developed. The reader can visualize each clearly. Jeffrey Deaver’s writing is very good, adding to this series.

On a personal note, I would have preferred the “serial killer” genre continue as is. A good 75% into the book there is a very large plot twist I didn’t care for. The “serial killer” genre could have easily tied in with the Watchmaker without the near do well aunt, uncle, cousin, etc. and their agenda.

I’ve read all the Lincoln Rhyme novels and haven’t been disappointed in any of them.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 An Excellent Author Who Has Played Out His Formula 2 août 2014
Par Scott E. High - Publié sur
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I have been a huge fan of Jeffery Deaver since he wrote THE BONE COLLECTOR. 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 Amazon Vine program or from other reviewers who piqued my interest. You might want to check out George Pelecanos, William Lashner, Lawrence Block, and Robert McCammon among others.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Just What We Wanted 15 juin 2014
Par Richard B. Schwartz - Publié sur
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So what do we want in a Lincoln Rhyme novel? An excellent antagonist, one nearly equal to Rhyme’s abilities. Lots of interesting information on science and forensics (in this case, poisons) and equally interesting information on NYC—its alleys, tunnels, electric grid, water supply, history, soils, whatever. Some backstory on Linc and Amelia—in this case it comes from their relationships with their team, with their past antagonists, with those antagonists’ victims and with their decidedly different personalities. We want urgency. We want forward momentum. Most of all, we want and expect twists and turns and reversals. We want to be surprised.

The Skin Collector delivers on all counts. Echoing The Bone Collector in its title and some of its details we know from the get-go that there are some strange and interesting relationships that undergird the novel’s plot. The putative antagonist (you’ve always got to say ‘putative’ with Jeffery Deaver) is a nasty little tattoo artist named Billy Haven. Billy likes skin and he likes to inject poison into it, poison which will leave (at first) unintelligible messages that Linc and Amelia will attempt to decipher. Why is he doing this? We also have the death of a character termed ‘the watchmaker’ (introduced in an earlier novel, The Cold Moon). Who is this guy, really? And is he dead? And what is the relationship between his story and Billy Haven’s?

The book delivers on all counts, but though it has twists and turns it does not really surprise us. Why? Because JD’s novels always have twists and turns. We would really be surprised if we were not surprised. JD has created a condition that is quite interesting in the annals of crime fiction. He feels a great obligation to his readers. They expect his books, on schedule, and they expect them to be of a certain sort. He does not want to disappoint them. Because of those realities he runs the risk of being somewhat predictable (in his expected unpredictability). He has created the ‘Deaver novel’ and now he delivers one faithfully at regular intervals.

For now, I’m loving them. The Skin Collector is among his best. For traditional readers of cozies you have the subject of exotic poisons. For readers of noir you have sex (incest, perhaps?), violence, the possibility of some explosions and a perp (or is it a stooge?) dying in a truly unique and disturbing fashion. Relish it.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 I won't waste money on another Rhyme book 7 octobre 2015
Par moi89 - Publié sur
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Jeffrey Deaver is getting desperate. Lincoln is an A # 1 nothing now.. The least Deaver could do is make Rhyme a little more human instead of having him being a snot. Skin Collector! What next? The Recipe Collector. His plot lines are so predictable now. There are no surprises. We all know that Amelia isn't going to die. Lincoln isn't going to ingest poison. And to add insult to injury the Watchmaker is still around. How many death fakes can one person be allowed.? I won't waste money on another Rhyme book. There would be no Rhyme or reason to do so.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another winner, but some grammar gripes 26 décembre 2016
Par Dimi Mestier - Publié sur
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Love Jeffery Deaver and totally love Lincoln Rhyme. As an editor, I appreciate the grammar "lessons" and proper usage in these novels. Mr. Deaver, I also have to say a big THANK YOU for calling out the folks who started using "ask" as a noun. I hate it, but think it has unfortunately fallen into the lexicon because of some non-native English speakers in management positions with employees who felt they had to blindly follow.

On the other hand, regarding Lincoln's insistence on following the rule that is not a rule of not ending sentences with prepositions, please desist. You can verify with Strunk and White that it is and always has been acceptable to end sentences with prepositions. Also, there are constructions called verbal phrases, such as "put up with" and "come across" that are perfectly valid as they are. Resorting to awkward constructions including "from which," "to which," and "for which" is simply unnecessary.

Finally, as an adult, Lincoln should not have to resort to looking at his hands to determine left or right, so please stop mentioning the "left-hand" or "right-hand" side of anything.
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