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The Bone Collector: The classic first novel in the bestselling Lincoln Rhyme thriller series von [Deaver, Jeffery]
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The Bone Collector: The classic first novel in the bestselling Lincoln Rhyme thriller series Kindle Edition

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The hero of Jeffery Deaver's thriller The Bone Collector is Lincoln Rhyme, a forensic scientist known to his peers as "the world's foremost criminalist." Rhyme will need all his reason--and his considerable stock of high-tech tools--about him to solve this latest brain-twister: a serial killer with method to his madness. In tried and true thriller fashion, the killer's crimes are described in lurid detail, as is the astounding technological equipment with which Rhyme examines the evidence--everything from an energy-dispersive x-ray unit to a mass spectrometer.

Every fictional detective has his or her gimmick, from Sherlock Holmes's violin to Nero Wolf's orchids, and Rhyme is no exception. He is a quadriplegic who can move nothing but a single finger. Gadget-philes will be in seventh heaven reading about Lincoln Rhyme's tools; other readers might feel the book could do with a few more plausible characters and a little less technology.

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The hero of Jeffery Deaver's thriller The Bone Collector is Lincoln Rhyme, a forensic scientist known to his peers as "the world's foremost criminalist". Rhyme will need all his reason--and his considerable stock of high-tech tools--about him to solve this latest brain-twister: a serial killer with method to his madness. In tried and true thriller fashion, the killer's crimes are described in lurid detail, as is the astounding technological equipment with which Rhyme examines the evidence--everything from an energy-dispersive x-ray unit to a mass spectrometer.

Every fictional detective has his or her gimmick, from Sherlock Holmes's violin to Nero Wolf's orchids, and Rhyme is no exception. He is a quadriplegic who can move nothing but a single finger. Gadget-philes will be in seventh heaven reading about Lincoln Rhyme's tools; other readers might feel the book could do with a few more plausible characters and a little less technology. --Amazon.com


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 1807 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 482 Seiten
  • Verlag: Hodder & Stoughton (28. Mai 2009)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B002V09206
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  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.3 von 5 Sternen 152 Kundenrezensionen
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #43.091 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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I'm an Indiana Pacers fan (Actually a Boston Celtics and LarryBird fan) so last night when things started going the Lakers way Iturned off the Tv and finished the last 100 pages of the Bone Collector. It is a great book. I saw the movie but I will have to see it again because even though I really enjoyed the movie, after reading the book I found out that the movie was just not good enough. It could have been great.
This is the first book in the Lincoln Rhyme series, and it helped me undestand some facts about Rhyme and Sachs (I read both The Coffin Dancer and The Empty Chair before I read Bone Collector).
From the very first chapter you will be hooked. This book doesn't have the same twists and turns as "Dancer"and "Chair" but it is still very enjoyable. The atmosphere is tense all throughout, and you can't help but feel the fear of the victims... I can tell you that my heart was pumping fast quite a few times as I tried to turn the pages quickly to see if the victim would be rescued, would free her or himself, or whether the bone collector would add another one to his collection.
It is great to see how Sachs and Rhyme's relationship got started. Characters are very well developed in this novel and Deaver's villains are just eerie. Rhyme and Sachs are great characters and I'm actually depressed there are no novels left for me to read in this series. All I can say is I can't wait till next year.
By the way the glossary at the end of the novel is a great touch that helps to understand some of the forensic lingo.
In Conclusion, If you haven't seen the movie read the novel first I'm sure you will enjoy it. If you have seen the movie read the novel anyway. Believe me, the movie was nothing compared to this novel.
Pd.
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This is an especially suspenseful thriller made more so by the personal angst of the main character, Lincoln Rhyme. A quadriplegic, forensic ex-detective for the New York City Police Department, Rhyme is brought out of retirement by the police department to assist them in the apprehension of an apparently psychopathic killer who is loose on the streets of New York.
The forays into bits of arcane New York history, as well as the sleuthing done almost entirely through the application of forensics and deductive reasoning, make for a very interesting read. While at times it seems that no one could be as uncannily accurate as Rhyme in deciphering the meaning of the physical evidence, this contrivance does serve to move the plot along. With the story line so engrossing and the crime scenes horrific, as well as ingenious, it is the kind of book that is hard to put down, because you simply cannot wait to see what happens. The surprise ending is the icing on the cake.
Assisting Rhyme with his work is Police Officer Sachs who, while not as compelling a character as Rhyme, is essential to the story. It is her character who does the 'heavy lifting' so to speak. Highly intelligent and resourceful, with an innate appreciation of the importance of physical evidence, she inspects and preserves the crime scenes, as well as gathers the physical evidence from which Rhyme ultimately weaves his magic. She also serves as somewhat of a Deus Ex Machina in that she saves the day in more ways than one.
Sachs is a wonderful foil for Rhyme in that she runs hot to his cold. She is driven by her desire to help others, as well as by her own personal demons, while he is ever the calm, cool, collected clinician, whose desire to preserve a crime scene may supercede the milk of human kindness latent within his emotionally atrophied soul. The personal connection that Rhyme ultimately develops with Officer Sachs is one that leaves you hoping that they will be teamed up again in yet another novel.
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I'd give this book less than a star if I could. I don't know about anyone else, but this book did not scare me or hold me in suspense. It was full of holes and inaccuracies that were simply inexcusable. For example, the psychological diagnosis of the murderer as having multiple personality disorder (MPD). He did NOT have MPD. He was delusional, maybe, but for the shrink in the book to label him MPD was riduculous. Also, if I wanted a book on the technical aspects of forensic science, I would have gotten one. All the acronyms were annoying, and as a scientist I knew what most of them were. If Deavers wants to write books like that, then let him write text books. The two things that bothered me most, however, was how ridiculously unrealistic the characters were and how scripted the book was. Did anyone else notice that just about EVERYONE in the book was beautiful? I always thought good books reflected on what life is, not on what you want it to be. And the book seemed written to be a movie. I didn't want a movie script to read. I wanted a BOOK. But Deavers seemed to know that this would be a movie and wrote it thusly. (And the movie gets less than a star, too, because it had more holes and annoying points than the book did. Man, talk about cliches!) I wish I could get back the hours it took me to read the book. Honestly, I'd rather do the dishes than spend my time on this book.
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I picked up this book at the library due to the interesting premise on the back cover: a quadriplegic detective. "Cool," I thought, "this is the ultimate armchair detective novel." I still think the gimmick is "cool", but I was otherwise pretty disappointed by this book. I found Lincoln Rhyme's character almost believable, but I couldn't identify with his female sidekick/protegee. Why does she have to be a beautiful ex-model (other than guaranteeing a large male audience for the upcoming movie)? Also, everybody had a painful past--too many painful pasts in one book (outside of Wuthering Heights). The mystery itself was interesting at first, but I found the end too pat. I was also disappointed by the too-neat tie-in to the next book. Yes, I probably will read the next book--I always want to know how things end up--but I'm checking it out of the library instead of paying for it.
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