The Sleeping Doll
Publish date: July 26th 2007
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
I was really intrigued by the character of Kathryn Dance in "Cold Moon." Having a character that uses kinesics in order to get witnesses and suspects to open up and or confess. In "The Sleeping Doll" we get more information on the character of Kathryn Dance. She works at the California Bureau of I...
This isn't the best ever crime thriller. The writing is good, not great; the story is interesting but not quite nail-biting; and the characters are borderline cliché. Still, something pulls it back from being average. I can honestly say that by the end I genuinely cared for the characters and the pl...
I freaking loved this book--Craig Smith (and many other male authors) could learn a lot from Deaver. MOving on to Roadside Crosses next!!
Very few things to write about this book.1. I did not finish it. I could not finish it. I mean I finished it, but if you call it finishing, after skipping around 300 pages. The plot was going nowhere, the culprit was going nowhere, even the police seemed to be stationary.2. The main protagonist of K...
I libri di Deaver sono sempre ben scritti ma senza Rhymes perdono un pò del loro fascino...
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