Broken Wings Mass Market Paperback – 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
I have high regard for the wealth of knowledge that Mr. Douglas has brought us in relation to the study of the criminal mind, but in bringing himself and his experiences so transparently into a work that is supposed to be fiction but barely is that, I think he has somewhat cheapened both the process of writing fiction and his reputation as a professional and criminology expert. What a pity.
Most recent customer reviews
I love true crime and of course, know John Douglas' name well. I ordered this, not realizing until I was running out the door with it in hand to read on the subway that it was a... Read morePublished on Sept. 26 2002
While I have not read any of the authors previous non-fiction works, I completely enjoyed this novel. Read morePublished on Aug. 14 2001 by Kevin Logar
This book is basically an updated version of the old Doc Savage stories; a brilliant hero leads a group of outstanding experts who will all fly anywhere at a moments notice to... Read morePublished on March 9 2001 by Joseph L Burke
If you've read any of Douglas's non fiction work, you will be really let down by this book. I almost hate to admit that, but it's true. Read morePublished on June 27 2000
This was my first Douglas/Olshaker book. It won't be my last.
I can't remember reading anything since john case's THE GENESIS CODE that rang so absolutely true. Read more
As a true John Douglas-Mark Olshaker fan, I was a little concerned when I first heard of their venture into fiction. Read morePublished on May 17 2000 by Vicky Morris
If you have read all of Douglas' nonfiction works like I have then you will love this book. Douglas and Olshaker's first ficticious collaberation is a can't put down, page turning... Read morePublished on March 15 2000 by Gerard T. McGuire
Having read everything John Douglas has written, I knew this would be a good book, but it is incredible! Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2000 by Lora L. Wilson