The Kill Room
The Kill Room A U.S. citizen in the Bahamas is shot by a sniper par excellence--a man capable of delivering a "million-dollar bullet" into the heart of his targets, a mile or more away. The investigation reveals that the victim, Robert Moreno, a man known to have strong anti-American sympathies,... show more
The Kill Room A U.S. citizen in the Bahamas is shot by a sniper par excellence--a man capable of delivering a "million-dollar bullet" into the heart of his targets, a mile or more away. The investigation reveals that the victim, Robert Moreno, a man known to have strong anti-American sympathies, was assassinated by the U.S. government. New York assistant district attorney Nance Laurel, unwilling to let the gove... Full description
Publish date: June 20th 2013
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 456
Edition language: English
Series: Lincoln Rhyme (#10)
I had to take some time out on Sachs and Rhyme doing their forensic thing due to the fact that I was getting really annoyed with the Kathryn Dance series as well as with the endings that came out of nowhere in the Rhyme series. "The Kill Room" was a good installment, but some of the execution was fl...
This Lincoln Rhyme thriller is as good as you might expect from the author as the plot throws up unexpected twists and turns at every juncture, especially in the last quarter. Engaging and well-written, it tells of an assassination in the Bahamas of a leading anti-American political figure and its c...
Jeffrey Deaver puts us smack in the middle of international intrigue this time, with the murder of an American political dissident in the Bahamas. Lincoln Rhyme and his team are brought in because the victim is from New York.As usual, the police procedural details here are fabulous ... as are the c...
Fishing is a strange sport. You sit around getting drunk for hours on end and hopefully catch some food. But red herrings are highly overrated, especially when they inspire novelists.Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs are back with another mystery to solve. This time a sniper has killed Robert Morano, a...
A quick review for this one - as part of the Lincoln Rhyme series it was just as well written but I did not, in this case, find the case or the subject matter that interesting. Hence a lower star rating than I would normally give Mr Deaver for this series which overall is one of my favourites. I am ...