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Burke is such a fine, realistic writer that she can tread her way carefully across territory already well covered by Patricia Cornwell, Jeffery Deaver, Thomas Harris, et al. and still find something new to say about ritual murder and forensic science. But her real talent is bringing to full, instant life a remarkable woman--and the city she lives and works in. --Dick Adler --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This was the first book I have read by Jan Burke and I was very impressed! The first couple of hundred pages are fabulous and have many good twists and turns. Read morePublished on April 1 2004 by "bhensley37"
This has been the best book in thriller/mystery that I have read. (and I read plenty...) I know many readers say they couldnt put the book down but, but its soo true, this book... Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2004 by sevphire
As a first-time reader of Jan Burke, I wasn't sure what to expect. What I got was an incredibly suspenseful story that was incredibly well-written. Read morePublished on June 1 2003 by Robert Rosen
This thing is brain candy of the Edgar Award winning variety (deservedly so), but it is clever and quite unpredictable at times. Read morePublished on Jan. 22 2003 by Ms. Antoinette P. Burnham
This is one of those books that you read where you dont want the characters to take another step - because you know where they are going, and you want to save them. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2003 by "momsbusybiz"
At first when I picked up this book I expected it to be mediocore and just ok. But after probably the first 10 pages I just couldn't put the book down. Read morePublished on Sept. 15 2002
This is one of my all time favorite psychological suspense novels. If you enjoyed "Silence of the Lambs" read this novel. Read morePublished on Aug. 18 2002 by "oceanmarina"
I was surprised when I read some of the other reviews written here. Yes, some things were predictable if you are an avid serial-killer-suspense reader, and there may not really be... Read morePublished on Aug. 17 2002 by Sharon L. Valdez