[Reading] ➬ The Bone Collector (Lincoln Rhyme, #1) ➳ Jeffery Deaver – Savesu.co.uk

The Bone Collector (Lincoln Rhyme, #1) Lincoln Rhyme Was Once A Brilliant Criminologist, A Genius In The Field Of Forensics Until An Accident Left Him Physically And Emotionally Shattered But Now A Diabolical Killer Is Challenging Rhyme To A Terrifying And Ingenious Duel Of Wits With Police Detective Amelia Sachs By His Side, Rhyme Must Follow A Labyrinth Of Clues That Reaches Back To A Dark Chapter In New York City S Past And Reach Further Into The Darkness Of The Mind Of A Madman Who Won T Stop Until He Has Stripped Life Down To The Bone

10 thoughts on “The Bone Collector (Lincoln Rhyme, #1)

  1. says:

    I think I found a new favorite series Rhymes mind is crazy brilliant And I love the dynamics between him and Sachs They make a great team, they re ingenious together.

  2. says:

    This is my all time favorite book When I was in high school I hated to read The only books I would read were the cheesy movie knock off books I read Mission Impossible, Batman and Robin, and The Saint My mom had said this was going to be a movie and the movie paperback edition had just come out I read this book in record time for me and was captivated No book had ever held m

  3. says:

    I can t believe I haven t read anything by this author before was I in a fugue I read this as part of The Lincoln Rhyme Collection books 1 4 Because I seen the movie first a myriad of times I couldn t help but visualise Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie in their respective roles Bad idea In the book, Rhyme is Caucasian and Amelia Sachs is a fiery redhead So that took some getti

  4. says:

    Fantastic series an engrossing,entertaining,fast paced,plot twister of a series..Lincoln Rhyme is just stunning in this mystery,with all his brain power than he has to rely on..action pact paperback

  5. says:

    Awesome start to a new crime detective series for me Lots of plot twists and I really loved the characters of Lincoln Rhyme, Amelia Sachs and Thom I definitely plan on continuing with the books.The forensics was excellent and very detailed in this book along with the clues to catch The Bone Collector The action was gripping and the suspense of the book was great.I loved the whole cat and mous

  6. says:

    My 6 Read of 2014 Awesome, Awesome, Awesome 5 Stars I contemplated adding a fewAwesomes to the review heading but I didn t want to overdo it I read this as part of Book Pal challenge in one of my Goodreads groups I have a tendency to read crime and mystery fiction written outside of North America or by lesser known authors Given that I am apparently some pretentious snob, I assume that thepopular a

  7. says:

    Everyone was right the book is waaaaay better than the movie I adored the characters very much All of the down to earth in their own sort of way, including Lincoln I don t know how Deaver did it, but you really feel what it s like to be his character all trials and tribulations I do have to admit that, after watching the movie, I believe that Denzel and Angelina played their characters very well.The nove

  8. says:

    THERE WILL BE SPOILERS THROUGHOUT THIS REVIEW18 8 I have seen the movie a number times so I know who the killer is, but I can t remember his exact motive, so at least there ll be one surprise for me at the end I really enjoyed the movie and was always disappointed that there weren t further instalments in the series For me, Angelina Jolie is Amelia and Denzel Washington is Lincoln Rhyme funny that they ve both

  9. says:

    4.5 StarsI ve read several of novels in Jeffery Deaver s Lincoln Rhyme Series, but never The Bone Collector Here we meet the brilliant, impatient, and rude Criminologist Lincoln Rhyme was a genius in Forensics when he worked for NYPD until a serious accident left him a cripple Rhyme s word He can move everything above his shoulders and his left pinkie finger He has lost interest in everything and is awaiting a docto

  10. says:

    It s a page turner, and to Deaver s credit, the extensive scenes about collecting and analyzing crime scene trace evidence rarely get boring Unfortunately, it s also pretty far fetched I m willing to accept the elaborate murder methods, the exacting evidence collection, and the rapid clue solving because they re the point of the novel I accept that Lincoln Rhyme is a superhuman genius up against a larger than life serial

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