A killer is recreating the attack endured by Dr. Catherine Cordell. But she fought off and killed her attacker, so who is the copycat and why is he recreating her nightmare assault?
A well written, fast paced and terrifying medical thriller that builds in intensity right to the conclusion. The inside view of the mind and thoughts of the killer surgeon add to the fear and suspense of the novel. The epilogue was a great way to end the novel.
There is good character development mainly with the gutsy, tough cop Jane Rizzoli who certainly has her issues in her male dominated career. I enjoyed Dr. Catharine Cordell and Thomas More, Rizzolis' partner.
The descriptions are authentic and realistic and perhaps a bit too graphic but do add to the realism of the Surgeon and his killings. The multiple viewpoints give the novel a deeper dimension. Overall a satisfying and good read.
What happened to Isles? Rizzoli looking a bit unsympathetic. Author tired of these characters?
Story line a bit on the hackneyed side, but a good enough read.
CAPTIVATING. A VERY GOOD READ.
Too much blood and gore and too many medical terms. I stopped after 50 pages.
This book was exactly what I was looking for in a good summer read. It kept me engaged and eager to read all the way to the end. Pretty easy read as well..shouldn't take more than a solid day or two at the beach to finish! Super creepy, and I enjoyed the medical aspects of the book.
Thriller about a serial killer and the woman he tortures. Expected more but was disappointed.
Very good read. Early years of Rizzoli
scary and brutal - not for the squeamish...but a thriller that kept my attention to the end
illusions_court thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over
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