Book Reviews of Bleeding Hearts (Jack Harvey)

Bleeding Hearts (Jack Harvey)
Bleeding Hearts - Jack Harvey
Author: Ian Rankin
ISBN-13: 9780752843322
ISBN-10: 075284332X
Publication Date: 7/19/2001
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Orion mass market paperback
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
The author's dislike for the American health care system, gun ownership, and other issues comes through in the writing, but it was easy to filter it out.

Overall the book was well-written, and I enjoyed reading it.
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Good read! Is the shooter the bad guy or the good guy? Is the gum shoe the good guy or the bad guy? Why would anyone want the reporter dead? A very involved look at the underworld of sniper, cops, good guys and bad guys. A chase from London to New York to Seattle. And what do The Disciples of Love have to do with the dead reporter, a secretary of state and an east European embassy senior aid?
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Rankin continues to facinate.
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A pretty good assassin novel where someone seems to have set up the assassin. Several twists to keep the reader on their toes. There is one part of the ending that leaves you hanging, so I didn't care for that, but overall, a good book.
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Different to the Inspector Rebus series, but a very good read. Action takes place in UK from London to Scotland and in different parts of the USA.
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Rate as 10. My husband read it too.
Susan B.
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I was uncomfortable realizing I was supposed to root for the protagonist throughout the book being a hit man.