Bestselling master of suspense Jeffery Deaver is back with a brand-new Lincoln Rhyme thriller. Lincoln Rhyme and partner/paramour Amelia Sachs return to. The Broken Window: A Lincoln Rhyme Novel. Jeffery Deaver, Author. Simon & Schuster $ (p) ISBN When “” learns the identities of the crime-fighting team, the hunters become the hunted. Full of Deaver’s trademark plot twists, The Broken Window will put.

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This is the latest Lincoln Rhyme novel from Jeffrey Deaver Rhyme, a forensic consultant for the NYPD, and his detective partner, Amelia Sachs, take on a psychotic mastermind who uses data mining—the business of the twenty-first century, not only to select and hunt down desver victims but also dindow frame the crimes on complete innocents. He tells Sachs about SSD’s unsavory history including an incident a few years ago when a data scrounger named Peter Gordon came into conflict with the SSD and died under suspicious circumstances shortly thereafter.

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Once again am excellent story with ddaver brilliant protagonist. View all 4 comments.

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Then readers can wonder about Arthur once we have Rhyme revealing something to Sachs about why Rhyme has not been in contact with his cousin in 10 years. Now he desperately needs the help of his cousin, Lincoln Rhyme. He absolutely does a masterful job making connections. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Lincoln Rhyme stories. Rhyme sends in a rookie called Ron Pulanski to SSD to pick up the list they were promised, which is on a disk.


Download Image Download Image. They suspect that the killer was the anonymous tipster who called the police to report the murder. Refresh and try again.

Unfortunately once again there seemed to me, that there was a large chunk of fairly slow story line in the middle. The eighth Lincoln Rhyme thriller, with a killer playing very close to home.

Book ratings by Goodreads. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. One jegfery I love about Deaver is how he connects his books and stories to one another. Lincoln Rhyme Book 6. Lincoln Rhyme Book 4. Kathryn Dance Book 1. Enraged, he cooks up schemes to get the detectives off his trail so he can continue his crime spree.

More books by Jeffery Deaver. And it’s reminded me why I don’t read white guys. Another outing with Lincoln Rhyme in the books. The Empty Chair Jeffery Deaver.

Where does h Not worried about identity theft? This website uses cookies. But I’ve been reading this out of sentiment for random authors my dad read when he was alive.


Amelia visits and finds Jorgensen to be a deeply paranoid man. This book is more people-centered, and Deaver spends more time in this book than in any of the others in this series on Rhyme’s personal side; it’s nice to finally see some of his past. They are able to deduce who the most likely frame-up victim will be and they arrive at his house first.


A secondary character who deserves an honorable mention is Pulaski. When Ryhme’s cousin’s wife his cousin’s name is Arthur comes to visit him though, Sachs and Rhyme agree to look into Rhyme’s cousin’s arrest for a rape and murder he claims that he is innocent of.

You expect one of those in a crime thriller, but not as many as was in this book hide spoiler ]. Sachs follows some clues and stumbles on the killer’s home. Just a few adjectives that describe the book. He strikes again, but luckily when the anonymous tipster phone call comes in one of the officers on the case hears about it right away.

Overall an entertaining read. The privacy issues it deals with will really scare you and make you wonder how much of it is real. Sep 18, Arielle Walker rated it really liked it Shelves: