Book Reviews of The Face of the Assassin

The Face of the Assassin
The Face of the Assassin
Author: David Lindsey
ISBN-13: 9780446615419
ISBN-10: 0446615412
Publication Date: 5/1/2005
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Paul Bern is a forensic artist: that is, he reconstructs the missing, damaged features of people whose faces were disfigured by the events which killed them. At work on a new skull, he sees that the face he's creating is shockingly similar to his own. It turns out that the adopted Paul had a twin, a CIA agent who was murdered. And naturally, the government wants Paul to take over where his brother left off....
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Really a great read, from an writer that is consistantly first rate. The Mexico City setting for part of the book is fantastic, you can feel the city close in. Lindsey really gets Mexico City and through his writing skills and gift for great imagery, the city comes alive. The story is fast paced and riviting.
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A superb thriller by David Lindsey.
Paul Bern is a forensic artist with a good life--until the day a mysterious woman brings kim a skull. The face he reconstructs for it looks shockingly like his own.
Now the nightmare begins.
Fast paced, tense story, an excellent and unforgettable read.