The Kill Room

The Kill Room by Jeffery Deaver
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153 x 234mm
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In what marks Number One bestselling author Jeffery Deaver's thirtieth suspense novel, brilliant criminalist and quadriplegic Lincoln Rhyme returns in his tenth electrifying adventure.

Robert Moreno, an American citizen living in South America, is shot in the Bahamas by a sniper. The killing was commissioned by the U.S. government, who received a tip-off that Moreno was planning a terrorist attack on a U.S. oil company headquarters. But this intelligence was fatally incorrect: anti-American Moreno ordered a protest at the oil company, not an attack.

Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs are drafted in to investigate. While Sachs traces Moreno's steps in New York, Rhyme travels to the scene of the crime in Nassau, where he finds himself on a dangerous path trailed by the sniper himself. As details of the case start to emerge, the pair discover that not all is what it seemed. Can they achieve justice and escape with their lives intact?
Publication Date:
01 / 11 / 2018
153 x 234mm
Deaver does it again
The latest Lincoln Rhyme outing does not disappoint. Up against his own government and an adversary who would feel at home in a Vince Flynn novel, Lincoln and his ace CSI entourage do what they do best... well, they would if only there was some evidence. The Kill Room has everything you've come to expect from Jeffery Deaver, who proves once again that he is the master of the twisted thriller. A page turner with Deaver's signature twisting plot. And when it's almost all done and things have been wrapped up nicely - BAM He changes your whole perspective and challenges what you thought you knew to be true. If you've never picked up a Deaver novel, this is a great introduction - each novel can be read as a stand-alone thriller, but be warned - you will get hooked.
, 28/07/2013

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