This is by far one of the better books I have read this year. The main characters of Carson Ryder and Harry Nautilus (introduced in "The Hundredth Man") are as funny and interesting as ever. I loved the story itself and I promise you won't see the ending coming at all!!!
This was very good -- a creepy, vivid and surprising book with likeable, clever homicide detectives and a very quick plot. Definitely recommended!
I really enjoy this series especially the macabre touch of his psychopathic brother
Very well written, intense, meets or exceeds the promise of his first book (The Hundredth Man). He has a third book out now as of 2006, I will have to buy it new then will share here!
Second book for this excellent new author. A must read for anyone wanting to read a good mystery.
I could hardly put it down.
I love the main characters, Carson and Harry. I find myself laughing out loud in places with their quirky sense of humor in the midst of scary things. I liked "The Hundredth Man", but this book is better. It is a very well-woven mystery and it will keep you guessing to the end. This book can stand alone-if you had not read the first in this series, you would not be lost, and it is a thoroughly enjoyable read, but there are references to the first one made. I highly recommend this if you enjoy a good mystery and colorful characters.
I enjoyed this murder mystery quite a bit - particularly the new twist on the relationship of detective and Hannibal Lector-like guide to murders. I was disappointed that I read the second book first, but I am looking forward to reading the first book, and then the third in the series. I liked the characters, the setting, the writing - all in all, I really enjoyed it!
Another great book in the series featuring Carson Ryder. Lots of twists and turns . Highly recommmend
Unabridged audio. 6 cassettes/Approx 9 hours
Didn't quite enjoy this one as much as I did the first.
Like these characters, even the insane brother(now you're curious aren't you)
Haven't read this but seems interesting.