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The Burning Wire (Lincoln Rhyme, Bk 9)
The Burning Wire - Lincoln Rhyme, Bk 9
Author: Jeffery Deaver
Lincoln Rhyme is back, on the trail of a killer whose weapon of choice cripples New York City with fear. — The weapon is invisible and omnipresent. Without it, modern society grinds to a halt. It is electricity. The killer harnesses and steers huge arc flashes with voltage so high and heat so searing that steel melts and his victims are s...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781439156346
ISBN-10: 1439156344
Publication Date: 4/19/2011
Pages: 448
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 85 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
I have read every book that Jeffrey Deaver has written on the Lincoln Ryhme character and I must say this is my favorite yet. They have all been great but this one was above and beyond the usual. With all the twist and turns this book had along with all the technical expertise shown in the writing, it is a book that will keep any murder/mystery/techno fan enthralled throughout the book. I have read a number of other books written by Mr. Deaver and never have been disappointed but this one goes above and beyond what I have to come to expect from him. Bravo!
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reviewed The Burning Wire (Lincoln Rhyme, Bk 9) on + 36 more book reviews
Fantastic Read
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Deaver is in top form. This villain may not be the nastiest ever to spring from the mind of an author, but there are plot twists enough that at least ONE of them will take you by surprise.
The plausability of the crimes scares as always. And touches on an area where I, at least, have an almost superstitious fear.
We see some character development in Lincoln Rhyme.
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This book was very technical and sometimes hard to understand.
I usually enjoy Lincoln Ryhme novels but this one was not up to his usual standards.