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Author: Tess Gerritsen
ISBN13: 978-0345458926
Title: The Sinner (Jane Rizzoli, Book 3)
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Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Ballantine Books; Reprint edition (August 3, 2004)

The Sinner (Jane Rizzoli, Book 3) by Tess Gerritsen

To my mother, Ruby J. C. Tom, with love. My warmest thanks to: Peter Mars and Bruce Blake, for their insights into the Boston Police Department. Jane Berkey, Donald Cleary, and the wonderful team at the Jane Rotrosen Agency. Meg Ruley, my literary agent, champion, and guiding light. Nobody does it better. And to my husband Jacob, still my best friend after all these years.

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This is the book where we le It all starts with the murder of a nun within her abbey along with the assault on another. As Jane Rizzoli and Maura Isles investigate, it leads them toward some highly surprising and divergent paths, including connections to other circumstances. This is the book where we learn more about Maura Isles, finally. Her voice is the strongest though Jane gets considerable space. Nicknamed the Queen of the Dead because of what she does and her gothic look, Maura had to be more complex than a caricature (she is) and that unfolds. No one comes out and says those words in Tess Gerritsen’s The Sinner. This is the third suspense novel in her Rizzoli and Isles series, and I confess, it’s a practically a sin that I haven’t gotten around to reading this book until now. Bless me, Father, for I have sinned.

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This was a good mystery featuring detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles. I liked how they teamed together to solve the murders as well as learning more about their personal lives. Manufacturer: Ballantine Books Release date: 3 August 2004 ISBN-10 : 0345458923 ISBN-13: 9780345458926.

Not even the icy temperatures of a typical New England winter can match the bone-chilling scene of carnage discovered at the chapel of Our Lady of Divine Light. Within the cloistered convent lie two nuns–one dead, one critically injured–victims of an unspeakably savage attacker. The brutal crime appears to be without motive, but medical examiner Maura Isles’s autopsy of the dead woman yields a shocking surprise: Twenty-year-old Sister Camille gave birth before she was murdered. Then another body is found, mutilated beyond recognition. Together, Isles and homicide detective Jane Rizzoli uncover an ancient horror that connects these terrible slaughters. As long-buried secrets come to light, Maura Isles finds herself drawn inexorably toward the heart of an investigation that strikes close to home–and toward a dawning revelation about the killer’s identity too shattering to consider.
Reviews: 7
Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander may have brought the TV version to life, but there is only one Tess Gerritsen who made it all happen. Confession, I read the first book way back when in which Rizzoli was portrayed, so it was hard for me to get into the television series because Angie Harmon, gorgeous as she is, was not Rizzoli in my mind. (Maybe she'll grow on me -- she's a fantastic actress). However, if you haven't read the books you're missing something special; Ms. Gerritsen goes so deep in her books that no television script writer can touch the depth of her writing and expertise. If you're a reader, you have to read these books for suspense, technical, police procedural and medical expertise, because Ms. Gerritsen's books have them all.

Body Double tells Maura Isles's story, It's so complex and heart breaking that you canNOT fall in love with this character. Rizzoli, too, is the consummate friend and cop and you will lumber along with this pregnant cop and worry for her throughout this book based on what is occurring in the storyline.

Talk about making your characters suffer, Tess Gerritsen is a pro. Her red herrings, her twists and turns will have you holding your breath and staying up much too late to finish. What's more the ending, if no one spoils it for you, will have you thinking, I never saw that coming....

If I have one criticism (and honestly I have one!) is that Gerritsen writes so deep in Rizzoli and Isles's heads that she doesn't need all the ... Rizzoli thought or Maura thought in her books. She writes in hardcore deep and personal point of view of each of these characters and we get it. The thoughts are distancing and remind me I'm reading, while without them, I would have been 100 percent drawn in.

Otherwise, this is a near perfect book and I highly, highly recommend.
I am reading these in order as written so this is the third I have read thus far.
Unlike the first two (the Surgeon and the Apprentice) the reader isn’t dropped into the story in “run mode”… it took a few chapters to get into the story which then flowed gently through its twists and turns meaning there was no problem putting it down but then there was no problem picking it back up again… at least until the last part of the story when everything links up and you have that page turning sensation and need to find out what happens next.
Isles’s character gets a bit more dimension - we discover some secrets of her past, she gets a potentially romantic story sideline – the story more leans towards having a “romantic” label than “thriller” even Rizzoli gets dominated by affairs of the heart for most of the book.
That said it was still a good read - a nice little twist in the end that in hindsight you saw coming - in no way did the change of pace from the previous books diminished my enthusiasm for the series, in fact I am even more curious to see how these characters will develop in their next adventure.
Maura Isles returns to Boston from a conference in Paris to find her home surrounded by police. She approaches Jane Rozzili and is unnerved by the shocked stares of everyone. Why are they looking at her like that? In a car parked in front of her house is a dead woman and as Dr. Isles looks at her she finds herself staring at her own corpse. The victim turns out to be a twin sister the adopted Maura never knew she had. Her search for her real identity leads her to a bleak house in Maine filled with a dark and horrifying secret. This book was a suspenseful and creepy page turner leading to an ending I never saw coming. Don't miss this one!
I have always enjoyed these two main characters and letting their personal lives intrude made this a deeper story than usual. Gerritson always writes a great clinical murder mystery, but this time each of the main characters hearts are on display. We have always known there was more to Dr. Isles than being the Queen of the Dead, but this story shows a bit of why she is the way she is. Rizzoli finally must come to grips with her insecurities not only as a woman cop, but as a woman. The mystery part was pretty good too although it really played second hat to the character stories. I look forward to the next book in the series knowing that I will get a fast paced thriller and a good dose of smart aleck Rizzoli and logical Isles.
Trigger warning for pregnant women.

Compelling. Stand-alone that is easy to follow but difficult to read due to emotional impacts. No drag-you-down drama. Some scenes are graphic.

Storyline has several twists to keep the reader guessing. There are two separate scenes at the end of the story, one is sad and the other humorous.

Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking dialogue.

'Hopeless causes might be seductive, but they seldom brought you happiness.'

I may re-read this story and always look forward to works by this author.