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Darkest Instinct Paperback – Dec 12 1996


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 468 pages
  • Publisher: Headline Book Publishing; New edition edition (Dec 12 1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0747247544
  • ISBN-13: 978-0747247548
  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 10.8 x 3.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 281 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,067,571 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

New WORK this year - a record year for output as I have published here on Kindle in Feb. two titles: the 12th in my award-winning, highly acclaimed INSTINCT SERIES - The EDGE of INSTINCT (also bk.#5 in EDGE Series/combined ensemble casts, you see). In addition, to introduce new readers to my EIGHT separate series characters, I published a book of EIGHT short stories under title of THRILLER PARTY of 8 - The One That Got Away. Since two books put up in calendar year 2013 did not seem enough, I have now added in June a twisting, turning, churning, burning historical in the tradition of my Children of Salem meets Gone With The Wind entitled ANNIE'S WAR books #1 and #2 subtitled Love Amid the Ruins. Book #3 in this layered, complex pre-Civil War tale of the first home-grown terrorist attack on a US Armory in history, set in 1859 is through the eyes of the infamous John Brown? NO...through the eyes of his sexually active 17-year-old daughter. While it chronicles what happened at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, the dramatic novel is one foremost of love and romance at the forefront, and it devolves into a fierce gun battle. It reads like a western for good reason. If a fan of the recent Kevin Costner film on the Hatfields and the McCoys, this fits right in that ballpark...and in fact, I modeled my John Brown on Kostner's role as Devil Anse. The two men would have had a lot in common. Anse and Brown that is...not Costner. Book THREE of ANNIE's WAR will be published before end of June, so the entire trilogy, each at 2.99 will be available as will a hefty offering of the ENTIRE thee books in ONE kindle order for 5.99 - a real bargain. Counting Annie's Trilogy then in Calendar Year 2013 --so far-- I have completed and Kindled FIVE book-length works, Four being novels, One being Shorts, plus have shown up in three anthologies this year...and the year is only half over. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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By A Customer on Oct. 19 1998
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I was introduced to Instincts series by reading Primal Intinct. I've become a bit impressed and didn't stop reading until I finish it. In his new thriller, Walker reached his glorious moment. An all-new history, exciting, full of adrenaline and suspense: Jessica and Eriq, chasing Patric-Tauman along the Pacific Ocean and Cayman Isles, in Caribe, passing through many troubles and difficult situations without giving it up. The final moments are simply "spicy", stunning, surprising. To increase the emotion of the moment, the return of James Parry and his helpful contribution to save his lover Jessica Coran. I'll never forget this book at all!
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I think I took about 3 months to finish this book because it offered me no excitement, I had no desire to finish it, etc. Too wordy, and not suspenseful. The heroine didn't offer anything in terms of intelligence, or vulnerability, all we got of her was that she was so beautiful, and how desirable everyone found her, and who all her previous lovers were from the other books. This woman obviously gets around. I have no desire to read any other book about Dr Jessica Coran or her lovers (past, present and future). I was highly annoyed after I finished this book. Colossal waste of time.
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This is my first experience with the "Instinct" series and I enjoyed it, although I was able to put it down. The plot was good but not enough development of the serial killer or his victims. Somewhat wordy but the plot moves along. Not as good as the series with Dr. Scarpetta. I will try some earlier books in this series and I would recommend it if you like FBI serial killer type books, although the M.E. aspect is somewhat weak.
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By A Customer on Feb. 15 1999
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I was introduced to "instinct" books by reading "Fatal instinct" which took my breath away.It is a wonderful book with lots of details. Walker some how makes the book have more than one climax. He is an excellent writer and I recommend this book to anyone who likes serial killer books or is addicted to Walkers writing like me.
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By N. Sausser on Aug. 28 1999
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Superficial, simple and tedious. Walker is the Danielle Steele of the forensic thriller genre.
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