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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Book Review - The Kill Room (Lincoln Rhyme #10) by Jeffery Deaver

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The Kill Room (Lincoln Rhyme #10) by Jeffery Deaver

You know I am a big Jeffery Deaver / Lincoln Rhyme fan, so I was excited to read this.

Even though it is 477 pages, it is a pretty quick read. Not bad, but not his best. Good to read when I just want to read for fun and don't have to use my brain too much. It has a little bit of forensic, but not quite as much as usual because well, there's a lack of evidence...

At the end of the book, Rhyme talked about whether to have surgery to give him more function back of his arm/hand. I thought that was quite insightful.

If you are a Rhyme fan, you'd read this just because it is a Rhyme book. If you haven't read this series, I'd start from the beginning...

Oh forgot to say - one of the characters in the book loves to cook, and Deaver has posted the recipes on his site if anyone is interested!

http://www.jefferydeaver.com/novel/killroom/recipes/


3.5 Stars


Note - The book was borrowed from the library.



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2 comments:

  1. I love this series and have read them all but this last one. I don't even care that it's not his best, I just want to hang out with Lincoln!

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    1. I know, wouldn't it be fun to hang out with him, Sachs and Thom? :) I agree with you, I just want to read them all, weather it is his best or not. It's like having a get together with an old friend every so often.

      Though I seriously hope that I won't ever lose interest like I did with Scarpetta series! I used to read every single one until the later one where Scarpetta (and her friends) don't even seem like themselves anymore...

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