Jeffery Deaver novels in series order. Click here for a printable list of Jeffery Deaver’s novels. The Lincoln Rhyme Series: The Bone Collector (). Deaver (A Maiden’s Grave) is too fond of gimmicks. They range The Bone Collector. Jeffery Deaver, Author, Wilson, Author Viking Books $ (p) ISBN. : The Bone Collector (Lincoln Rhyme Novel) (): Jeffery Deaver: Books.

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She told us that she was thinking about adding new books to the course, and asked for suggestions. This book and the writing style of Jeffery Deaver brought the joy of reading into my life, and helped me expand my horizons to find some of the best jefffry I have ever read. In the movie Amelia’s last name is changed from Sachs to Donaghy I never get the reasons behind name changes, they seem so arbitrary and pointless and her arthritis is no longer a contributing factor in her desire to leave Patrol.

Mnogo, mnogo bolje od filma. Quotes from The Bone Collector. A Mystery of Thriller This is the first Lincoln Rhyme novel and it made me love the character vone much I began to study forensics when I got to college. Neither the book nor the author make bold declarations as to whether there should be a “right to die” but it does give food for thought.

The Bone Collector (Lincoln Rhyme, #1) by Jeffery Deaver

The Skin Collector Details. Bone Collector discussion 18 96 Apr 17, But in a small town in upstate New York, Pellam’s illusionary world is shattered by a savage murder, and he is suddenly centre stage in an unfolding drama of violence, lust and conspiracy in ocllector less-than-picture-perfect locale. I accept that Lincoln Rhyme is a superhuman genius up against a larger-than-life serial killer because that’s what makes this worth reading.


The first two victims were passengers in a taxi, John Ulbercht and T. In this novel, Lincoln Rhymes in on a quest to have his own suicide assisted and we are privy to the characters mindset and internal struggle in getting to that point. Their first case, their worst killer If there’s a trial Thom, his aide, is designated the task of adding annotations to a poster, basically detailing what they collecyor about Unsub Unknown Subject – so far.

The Bone Collector

However, on the morning of her transfer, she is called to a possible homicide where she finds the first victim of the bone collector. The pace is terrific, the suspense inexorable, and there is an excellent climax. This is your first – and last – mistake. As far vone I can remember, thinking back through it, there isn’t much sexual content, at least.

Black Box Thinking Matthew Syed. I love anticipating the reading of any one of these guys, the characters; no the guys are real to me! But there were other problems too Forensics was definitely the main plus-point of this book.

THE BONE COLLECTOR by Jeffery Deaver | Kirkus Reviews

Want to Read saving…. This is one of the best novels I’ve read.


You go into the blue nowhere Lincoln Rhyme 1 – 10 of 14 books. PopSugar Reading Challenge: I’m willing to accept the elaborate murder methods, the exacting evidence collection, and the rapid clue-solving because they’re the jwffery of the novel.

The murderer kidnaps his victims using a taxi and drives them to the middle of nowhere, before causing their death in some elaborate and grotesque way… I now have a mild phobia about getting into a taxi alone.


It seems a little more clinical to me than other thrillers and with no way to get to know the victims or the killer in a simple way. The rat scene in particular was atrocious. With police detective Amelia Sachs by his side, Rhyme must follow a labyrinth of clues that reaches back to a dark chapter bine New Lincoln Rhyme was once a brilliant criminologist, a genius in the field of forensics — until an accident left him physically and emotionally shattered.

It may have been colector I was so taken up in reading the book that I did not notice adult language. She digs down in the earth and uncovers the face of John Ulbrecht, who has been buried alive.