|Author:||Jay Patterson,Jeffery Deaver|
|Title:||The Devil's Teardrop: A Novel of the Last Night of the Century (A Lincoln Rhyme Novel)|
|Format:||rtf docx lrf mobi|
|ePUB size:||1513 kb|
|FB2 size:||1398 kb|
|DJVU size:||1746 kb|
|Category:||Thrillers and Suspense|
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster Audio (August 1, 1999)|
3333333333333335 3 5 Author: Jeffery Deaver Narrator: Jay Patterson. New Year's Eve, 1999. A grisly machine gun attack in the Washington, . subway system leaves dozens dead and the city crippled with fear. A note delivered to the mayor's office connects the massacre to the Digger. Only a ransom of 20 million dollars delivered to his accomplice - and mastermind - will end the death and terror. With intricate forensic detail. masterful plot twists, and the harrowing breakneck pace that is signature Deaver, The Devil's Teardrop is destined to continue Jeffery Deaver's bestselling track record and thrill his legions of fans worldwide.
In a race against time, and what they eventually find to be wits, they continue to come close but have it all blow up at the last minute. As the case draws to a close and Parker is safely at home, something begins to nag at him. Like a puzzle, he feels like he is missing one of the pieces, and suddenly chaos reigns again; this time it hits a little too close to home
In "The Devil's Teardrop," however, Lincoln Rhyme makes only a brief appearance, and the focus is on one aspect of the crime-documentary evidence, such as notes and letters. This is the specialty of the hero, Parker Kincaid. The mass-murderer sends a letter to the police, and Parker is called in to analyze it. He analyzes everything about the letter: sentence structure, grammar, style of handwriting, composition of ink, composition of paper, and other things. His deductions are brilliant, and largely because of them, the story has a happy ending . If the demands are not met, the killer will do the same at the next time slot. If the master mind dies, then the killings will continue.
The Vanished Man: A Lincoln Rhyme Novel. The New York Times bestselling author of The Skin Collector delivers a brilliant thriller that pits forensic criminologist Lincoln Rhyme and his partner, Amelia Sachs, against an unstoppable killer with one final, horrific trick up his sleeve. The Los Angeles Times calls his novels "thrill rides between covers. The Devil's Teardrop: A Novel Of The Last Night Of The Century. The Twelfth Card: A Lincoln Rhyme Novel. The Bodies Left Behind: A Novel. The Empty Chair: A Novel. The Broken Window: A Lincoln Rhyme Novel. The Coffin Dancer: A Novel. XO: A Kathryn Dance Novel.
In "The Devil's Teardrop," however, Lincoln Rhyme makes only a brief appearance, and the focus is on one aspect of the crime-documentary evidence, such as notes and letters. Deaver's own style is contemporary and sharp. It is quite easy to read, and just about anyone, teenagers or older, should get through the book in a couple of days, if not a couple of hours. Despite his easy style, he conveys an aura of a professional writer with scientific expertise.
Devil's Teardrop: A Novel of the Last Night of the Century. Unabridged, Go to Abridged Audiobook. Genres: Fiction & Literature .
In "The Devil's Teardrop," Jeffery Deaver delivers the same intricate forensic detail, masterful plot twists and harrowing breakneck pace that made "A Maiden's Grave, The Bone Collector" and "The Coffin Dancer" national bestsellers. The Devil's Teardrop" is destined to continue Jeffery Deaver's bestselling track record and thrill his legions of fans worldwide. I absolutely love the story idea behind this book, but I just couldn't get through it. Why? The writing style.
View More by This Author. After an early morning machine-gun attack by a madman called the Digger leaves dozens dead in the Washington, .
Автор: Deaver Jeffery, Книга: The Devil& Teardrop, Жанр: триллер, Издание: 1999 . To a civil servant in county government, who, according to the Washington Post, just missed getting indicted for accepting bribes last year. Richard was just a bug-picking bird on the rump of Inside-the-Beltway politics. He was also the man Joan'd been sleeping with for the last year of her marriage to Parker. Concerned the children would hear, he whispered, "You've been a stranger to Robby and Stephie practically from the day they were born. He slapped the papers and rage took him completely.