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A Textbook Case par [Deaver, Jeffery]
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Longueur : 64 pages Word Wise: Activé Composition améliorée: Activé
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When a young woman is found brutally murdered in a parking garage, with a veritable mountain of potential evidence to sift through, it may be the most challenging case former NYPD detective Lincoln Rhyme has ever taken on.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 476 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 64 pages
  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton (11 avril 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lincoln Rhyme is fine in short story format. 10 avril 2013
Par Rob Clarke - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Since Jeffery Deaver readers already know most of the relationships in this long-running series, the short story comes off very well. Same fixation on evidence versus motive. Same disciplined Rhyme.

I actually enjoyed it more than a full length novel, as I got into and out of it in a night, and was quite pleased with resolution. A great read for those familiar with the series. For newbies, I suggest reading a few full-length Lincoln Rhyme mysteries before reading this short story. You will appreciate it that much more.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A glimpse at Deaver 2 avril 2013
Par Miss Bonnie - Publié sur
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'It was clear that the classic textbook procedure for running a case forensically wasn't going to work.'

Lincoln Rhyme is renowned for his forensic knowledge but even he is tested when a recent murder is buried, literally, in evidence. The perpetrator has attempted to cover any evidence they personally left in the smartest way possible; by flooding the scene full of incidental evidence. Extremely smart, except he detailed that exact scenario in his highly prominent forensic textbook. The more digging his team does in uncovering the relevant pieces of evidence, the greater Rhyme's suspicion that someone may be using his textbook against him to get away with murder.

I've read eight of Jeffery Deaver's 'Lincoln Rhyme' novels but this is my first short story of his. His books always contain a mystery so skilfully constructed it's almost as if you're watching a puzzle slowly disassemble itself as you turn each page. All of his novels are quite large and the disassembling takes time so I was interested in seeing how well he's able to build a mystery with so few pages. Admittedly it doesn't have the same flair that his full-length novels have but it was still an enjoyable and quick read. Any of the Lincoln Rhyme novels work fairly well as a stand-alone, but if you're a newbie to Deaver's works I'd recommend A Textbook Case to give you a glimpse at what he's capable of.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Short Which Reads Like A Full Novel 1 novembre 2015
Par Ken T. - Publié sur
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There's a lot of story in this short story of only 65 pages. A good twist at the end is really the product of the body being laid out so well.
A lot of shorts will run through rather quickly and come to an abrupt end. This doesn't. The end is laid out well also.
For 65 pages one can't fully develop characters. If you've read Deaver before, the characters are developed.
Here, he managed to fit three victims and a nicely thought out solution which does not feel rushed in a small time frame. It's certainly one of the better shorts out there.

I do see complaints of "Too short", "I didn't realize.", ""I felt cheated." I don't understand any of it. Amazon clearly labels it a Single. Read the book description. At 65 pages you know it's a short story. No one has short changed anyone
5.0 étoiles sur 5 As Always 8 septembre 2014
Par D.Slowey-Thomas - Publié sur
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Jeffrey Deavers characters in the Lincoln Rhyme series are always dependable and true. They are real people in every way which is why his books are all so good. I would recommend this and any of the series books to anyone who wants to read a book that has a conclusion and stand on its own yet is part of an ongoing series. This one,even being so short was a great read. Always exciting, intelligent and believable, this is one of the all time great series.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best crime scene ever 9 juin 2013
Par Chris Brunner - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This was an excellent short and just enough to satisfy me till the next chapter in the Lincoln Rhyme series comes out called The Kill Room. It has been almost two years since the last Lincoln Rhyme novel and with characters written this well I tend to miss them. Yes I know they are fictional, but Amelia and Lincoln are characters I have read for years and I love the small events in the lives of these characters as much as I do Deaver's signature twists and turns.

The book starts out with one of the most impressive crimes scenes I have ever read, and Deaver leads you in as such. That little lead in sets the stage for a great short, that had me flying through pages. I wont give anything else away because I don't want to ruin any aspect of this story, so just read it. You will not be sorry.

As to Deaver's skill in misdirection and plot twists they are clearly evident in this story. Again, I tried to think like Deaver and tried effortlessly to figure out who the killer was, and again I was wrong. Deaver even had a little bit at the end saying this character was a suspect and ruled out, it was almost like Deaver knew I was going to try to out think him and he anticipated my deductions. A great story and one I highly recommend to everyone who loves a good mystery. Plus the characters are wonderful.
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