Nikki Heat and Jameson Rook race to stop a deadly threat from Heat's past as well as an all-too-present serial killer in Richard Castle's follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Frozen HeatDetermined to find justice for her mother, top NYPD Homicide Detective Nikki Heat continues to pursue the... show more
Nikki Heat and Jameson Rook race to stop a deadly threat from Heat's past as well as an all-too-present serial killer in Richard Castle's follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Frozen HeatDetermined to find justice for her mother, top NYPD Homicide Detective Nikki Heat continues to pursue the elusive former CIA station chief who ordered her execution over a decade ago. For the hunt, Nikki teams once again with her romantic partner, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Jameson Rook. Their quest for the old spy and the motive behind the past murder unearths an alarming terror plot--which is anything but ancient history. It is lethal. It is now. And it has already entered its countdown phase.Complicating Heat's mission to bring the rogue spy to justice and thwart the looming terror event, a serial killer begins menacing the Twentieth Precinct, and her homicide squad is under pressure to stop him, and soon. The murderer, known for his chilling stealth, singles out Nikki as the exclusive recipient of his taunting messages, then names her as his next victim.
Publish date: September 17th 2013
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Media Tie In
, Mystery Thriller
, New York
Series: Nikki Heat (#5)
Deadly Heat -- Richard Castle Book 5 of Nikki Heat series It's not that I didn't like it, per se; however, it's not like I really liked it or anything. To be honest, these past two Nikki Heat novels felt like they were trying way too hard to convince me that they are written by the infamous "New...
It took my forever to finish the book, but that doesn't mean it's the book's fault. It's all mine. And the fact that all my tv shows came back this month and I was so busy being up to date with everything that I watch (I don't just collect books, I also collect tv shows??) But on to the book. I'm ...
Tres Estrellas! Lo bueno del libro es que al fin uno sabe qué diantres pasó con la mamá de Nikki, pero no me mató mucho el libro. No había ese humor característico del resto de la saga y la verdad es que me dejó varias cosas sin explicar. No lo encontré malo, pero el anterior era muchísimo mejor.
This was the first Nikki Heat book that I had to wait for. I was far too excited about it being released and devoured in only two before-bed sittings. The review I left on Heat Wave applies to all books in the series. They are much of a muchness - that isn't a complaint!
This is better than the Derrick Storm books which I was also reading at the time - I wonder if it is actually the same writer here?In any case this one was OK. but no as good as Frozen Heat or Heat Rises. I think this series is starting to lose it's mojo a bit.