|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Every fictional detective has his or her gimmick, from Sherlock Holmes's violin to Nero Wolf's orchids, and Rhyme is no exception. He is a quadriplegic who can move nothing but a single finger. Gadget-philes will be in seventh heaven reading about Lincoln Rhyme's tools; other readers might feel the book could do with a few more plausible characters and a little less technology. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Good reading Captiving
Will look for more like it sghk jhde lyfc kdryb ncdy bz kg. Dvhjd. Nhoi oh if dyl f. Hfkfc
I never read books after the movie seen, bit this time I really got into it. Cannot wait to read more of his books.Published 12 months ago by Debra Ann
I liked the movie when I first saw it, so I thought I would try reading the book. Sorry for whoever the screen writer for the film was, but you completely destroyed an awesome... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amanda Weir
This was the first novel featuring Lincoln Rhymes and Amanda Sachs. It is not as complicated as later plots, but enough to keep you turning the page. Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2013 by mhzajac
Product was as described, Shipping was pretty fast. I've read this book before and am gonna read it now for a second time. I absolutely love it!Published on Jan. 27 2012 by serena_mcr
absolutely terrific. Even though I had seen the movie before I read the book there was still plenty more to the story. Read morePublished on July 13 2004 by Trouble
How would you like to see the blood of the innocent shed? How would you like to hear the sound of human bones breaking? Read morePublished on May 18 2004
The Bone Collecter, what a chilling name for a book? Well, it fits this book perfectly. While reading this book, I couldn't put it down, not even while walking through the halls... Read morePublished on Oct. 5 2003 by Roger
This book is suspenseful and full of plot twists. The forensics make it very interesting, and it is much better than the movie. Buy this, and all of Deaver's other works, too.Published on Aug. 6 2003 by "silk_tank"