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  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Jove; Reissue edition (Nov. 30 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0515122491
  • ISBN-13: 978-0515122497
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.7 x 2.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 45 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #223,112 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Angie on Sept. 9 2003
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More often than not (unfortunately) you read a poorly written novel by a bestselling author and wonder if the book got by the editor/publisher just because of the author's name. This is a perfect example. Why?
1) Great writers pay attention to detail without going overboard. In this case "less is more" is NOT more. Nothing here rings credible except for the mention of Hogan's Alley (which turns what seems to be a Keystone Cops routine into a trite, unfunny incident.) It's like the author declined to do anything more than superficial research.
2) Dialogue should flow and realistically represent how a character would talk (in this case FBI agents). In the MAZE, dialogue often sounds stilted and grown adults talk like teenagers.
3) Complex cases (i.e. serial killers) are not solved so easily as by the stroke of a computer key and a "oh gee, it must be someone who hated them" attitude.
4) The "Sherlock" shtick got old REAL FAST. Once is cute, EVERY time Lacey meets someone (and is kidded about her name) is corny and downright annoying.
It's not that you expect great literature from all thrillers but for a pleasant, well-researched and well-executed light romantic suspense read, check out the Harlequin Intrigue line. You'll fare much better!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 16 1998
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This is a fun book if you're not too analytical and don't try to make it match reality. The repartee is very good; the characters are unusual; and it's bloody satisfying to have a female character going after a serial killer with every intention of blowing him away. But the factual innaccuracies are jarring, and the number of wacko characters defies belief. So just ignore the little voice in your head that says "It just doesn't work this way!" and enjoy.
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By A Customer on Aug. 5 2003
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I had a lot of trouble putting this book down (and I tend to be hard to please when it comes to finding a book that will keep my attention!). If you're a James Patterson fan or a Patricia Cornwell fan, I think you'll love this one! The story lines are similar and it is just as fast-paced.
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I agree with the reviewer from Alexandria, VA. I'm amazed at the number of 5-star reviews this book garnered, since I could've written the dialogue from this book when I was a sophomore in high school.
To give just one example (out of dozens of possibilities), when an agent on the CAU is caught leaking information to the press, her confrontation with her superior read more like a fight behind the bleachers during homecoming than anything you would expect from professionals. Would said agent really be simply reassigned? Wouldn't the superior have something a little more cutting to say about the lapse than the comebacks that were about as snappy as "Oh, yeah?"? I found myself rolling my eyes so often I'm surprised they didn't stick that way.
In short, the plot had promise, but the immature writing brings this book down in quality to the point that it's hard to believe an author of Coulter's stature actually wrote it. (Is it possible she has a 15-year-old niece who's using her name?)
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I was introduced to Dillon Savich in "The Cove" and liked how he solved crimes using MAX. When I found out that he had a book of his own, I was excited. What I really liked about this book is how Lacey and Dillon fell in love slowly. I also liked how Ms. Coulter gave details. I also found humor in this book, a rare thing. I thought her parents were hilarious. What I didn't like was there was hardly any actual romance going on. I also didn't like the backstory with Lacey and her sister, Belinda. What kind of sister does that to her sister. All in all, I really liked this book and looking forward to "The Target".
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Catherine Coulter does it again. What a enthralling book. Lacey Sherlock is driven to find the man who killed her sister. What better way to do that than to join the FBI. There she meets Dillon Savich who brings her into his computer forensic team. She is right where she needs to be in order to find out about the String Killer. During this time, Sherlock and Savich are becoming closer by working out together at the gym and working on the same cases. Finally, after seven years, the killer strikes again. She recognizes his m.o. immediately and rushes to Boston to capture him. Unfortunately, she does not tell Savich what she is doing and then the fun begins. He is furious that she has not told him of her past. After several days, he decides to let her pursue the case, but only with him as her partner. Many twists and turns follow to make you wonder if the string killer really did it.Was it the jealous husband? Was it her judgemental father? Her crazy mother? This book will keep you guessing until the end. Sherlock and Savich are a lot fun and their love story is wonderful. Also, if you read the first book in this series, The Cove, then look for James and Sally Quinlan.
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By A Customer on Feb. 5 2003
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Coulter gets high marks for this book. The instant chemistry between Savich and Sherlock is enough reason to read this book. However the suspense and danger surrounding the maze creates thrill and excitement. I had such a hard time putting this book down that I stayed up all night to read it. Coulter began the FBI series with The Cove, which was a good book, but the Maze is the definite front runner. The characters of Savich and Sherlock are so likeable that they make appearances in her following FBI series. I was actually disappointed that they were moved to secondary characters because these agents definitely deserve the spotlight. This is a definite buy, and you will not be disappointed.
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