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Night Kills (Frank Quinn series)

Night Kills (Frank Quinn series) [Kindle Edition]

John Lutz

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Lutz offers up a heart pounding roller coaster of a ride -- Jeffrey Deaver Lutz is one of the masters. -- Ridley Pearson Lutz knows how to make you shiver. -- Harlan Coben


On The Trail Of A Bloody Killer...

Frank Quinn is sure he is hunting for a madman: someone who is shooting young women in the heart, defiling their bodies, leaving only the torsos to be found. Quinn, a former NYPD detective, is called into the case by an ambitious chief of police and mobilizes his team of brilliant law-enforcement misfits. But in the concrete canyons of New York, this shocking serial murder case is turning into something very different...

A Cop And A Victim Fight Back....

Jill Clark came to the city with too many hopes and too little cash. Now a seemingly deranged woman is telling her an extraordinary story. New to an exclusive dating service, Jill is warned that other women have died on their dates-and that she could be next. Struggling against a death trap closing in around her, Jill has a powerful ally in Frank Quinn. But no one knows the true motives behind a rampage of cold-blooded murder-or how much more terrifying this is going to get...

"Lutz is one of the masters."--Ridley Pearson

"A major talent."--John Lescroart


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 590 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 480 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0786018445
  • Verlag: Pinnacle Books (1. Oktober 2008)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen What A Page Turner 15. Oktober 2008
Von Wayne Barcomb - Veröffentlicht auf
I have long been a fan of John Lutz' books, filled with gripping story lines and superbly crafted characters. His newest, Night Kills has one of the most original and compelling plots I've read in a long time. He surprises the reader fairly early on by letting us know why young women are being murdered in New York. And that's when the devilishly creative plot really gets rolling with new twists and turns seemingly with every page turned. Try not to begin reading this book at night because you will be up very late. Wayne Barcomb
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3.0 von 5 Sternen If you don't overanalyze, it's a fun book. 4. Januar 2009
Von Rodney A. Warren - Veröffentlicht auf
Night Kills was my second book by Lutz. His books are easy to read, interesting and have plot twists that can keep a reader guessing.

If you don't try to overanalyze this book, it will be a pleasure to read. I liked the main characters of the book, Quinn, Pearl and Feds. And the Jill character, the object of the murder scheme, was believable in her plight.

It also has two sub-plots that are very interesting, especially that of the Meth dealers and the wanted fugitive.

Without being negative about the book, the few short-comings it does have are a few plot holes (just call the person, don't leave a torso) and a killer who starts so smart, but is dumb as heck at the end.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen NIGHT KILLS will provide you with enough mystery, mayhem, twists, turns and surprises to fill three or four novels 18. November 2008
Von Anonymous - Veröffentlicht auf
John Lutz is one of those journeyman authors who is good for at least one book a year. He is always solid and dependable, and has been so since the mid-1970s. Movie fans also should be familiar with him, as his novel SINGLE WHITE FEMALE was adapted for the big screen. If you are not reading Lutz, you should be; if you do, then I predict that NIGHT KILLS, his latest work, will prompt you to move his name to the magic circle of your "must-read" list. It is, my friends, a breakthrough novel.

NIGHT KILLS features the most welcome return of former NYPD detective Frank Quinn, introduced in DARKER THAN NIGHT and most recently seen in IN FOR THE KILL. Over the course of these novels, Lutz has been sculpting a highly entertaining and memorable character with Quinn, a tough, smart cop who plays not well and only reluctantly with others. Framed and forced to resign in disgrace from the NYPD, he proved the city wrong in a court of law, was awarded a more than tidy settlement, and is able to rub salt in his former employer's wound when he is called upon as a consultant to solve particularly puzzling, high-profile murder cases.

Quinn gets one in NIGHT KILLS when the torsos of two women are found at separate crime scenes. He brings in Pearl, another ex-cop who used to share Quinn's bed and breakfast, and Larry Fedderman, a retired detective who is slowly losing his mind from boredom. This is quite a prickly trio, make no mistake; the torch that Quinn used to carry for Pearl still flickers a bit, and Pearl and Fedderman are engaged in a subtle but constant game of one-up. Quinn and Fedderman also possess a dry humor that the grim Pearl does not always appreciate. The rough edges, however, produce productive sparks, and the team moves slowly but steadily toward a solution despite having not only to catch a very devious and clever killer but also to deal with subterfuge from the NYPD itself.

NIGHT KILLS may look like your standard, though intriguing, serial killer novel. The murders are particularly gruesome --- the dismemberment of each body is not the least of it --- and actual clues, other than those that indicate the murders are the work of the same party, are few and far between. About a fourth of the way into the book, however, Lutz throws a curve you don't see coming, and then another. Before you realize it, Quinn and company are dealing with something more diabolical than a serial killer and harder to catch. The perpetrator behind the murders isn't compelled to take care of them, at least not at first. But enjoyment slowly becomes a factor, and it is a horrifying process indeed to behold. It is the idea behind the murders though and the thread that permits Quinn to slowly begin to unravel the fabric of the case that make this one of the most intriguing fictional works of the year.

NIGHT KILLS will provide you with enough mystery, mayhem, twists, turns and surprises to fill three or four novels. Just when you think Lutz is wrapping up, he throws something else into the mix. The result is an addicting wild night's ride that will shock and surprise you right up to the final page.

--- Reviewed by Joe Hartlaub
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Here We Go Again 6. September 2012
Von bjbrall4 - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Frank Quinn novels, at least the first five:

A serial killer is loose in NYC; Renz hires Quinn to solve the case outside the NYPD structure; Quinn, Pearl, and Fedderman find the killer (usually his rationale having been explained through the use of flashback chapters); the serial killer is dispatched (except in one case); Renz gets the credit and NYC is once again safe. Only the characters' names have been changed to protect the innocent.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Lutz does a good Job Again 19. Mai 2012
Von Rebecca D. Ray - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Enjoyable reading, enough mystery to keep the interest, enjoy the characters and look forward to other adventures of these three. Lutz has a way of holding your interest.
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