The Cat Dancers
THRILL SEEKERDangling silently in front of a cave eighty feet down the cliff's edge, the man snaps a picture of the enraged mountain lion. The furious beast lunges...but the man is gone, back up the rope. JUSTICE DEALERWhen a judge releases two unrepentant killers on a legal technicality, North... show more
THRILL SEEKERDangling silently in front of a cave eighty feet down the cliff's edge, the man snaps a picture of the enraged mountain lion. The furious beast lunges...but the man is gone, back up the rope. JUSTICE DEALERWhen a judge releases two unrepentant killers on a legal technicality, North Carolina police Lieutenant Cam Richter knows facing the victims' grieving families is going to be tough. But when Killer #1 turns up on the Internet riding a homemade electric chair?followed a few days later by Killer #2?Cam thinks despair may have turned to vigilante justice. MAN EATERBut it doesn't add up, especially when Cam becomes a target. It looks like these vigilantes may also be cops, and he's quickly running out of people to trust. The answers lie deep in the North Carolina wilderness, where Cam must track down this mysterious group of adrenaline-driven "Cat Dancers"--and risk losing everything he has left…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 31st 2006
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: Cam Richter (#1)
I've finally decided to work my way through the 30 or so Dutch books that are still standing unread on my shelves. As I'm almost exclusively reading English for the last few years, these books had been forgotten a bit. Cat Dancers was the book longest on my shelf so that's why I decided to pick it u...
A cat dancer, as in the title of this novel, is a mountain climber who get as close as possible to take a snap shot of a mountain lion. It seemed that the author really wanted to write a novel that features these cat dancers, and built a story to incorporate it that sometimes works and sometimes doe...
I listened to this audiobook and think that I will probably have to read his books in the future. There was a LOT of profanity, which I find to be very distracting. I prefer to be able to skim over it, which is hard to do for audio. It was an interesting story though.
The latest Margaret Peterson Haddix is interesting. When Tessa goes to an assembly to honor her neighbor Gideon, a war hero, he declines the medal. The country has been at war for 75 years. There is a very intense propaganda machine. All resources are devoted to fighting the war. The characters...
This is a fast paced thriller which was hard to put down. A robbery gone wrong in which two civilians get killed. The problem when the preps are arrested they are not read their Miranda rights. They are set free, but a vigilant group picks up where the law left off...could the vigilantes be cops?...