Eiskalte Spannung und glühende Leidenschaft Bei der Exhumierung einer Leiche wird Schreckliches entdeckt: In dem Sarg liegen zwei. Ein psychopathischer Mörder hat sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, den Toten einen Partner an die Seite zu legen. Die Polizistin Greer kämpft gegen einen scheinbar unsichtbaren Gegner - und gegen die Liebe zu ihrem Kollegen Ash....
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Der Totenflüsterer Reviews
This writer, Jamie Denton, is under-minded and underrated with top contenders. Some of these contenders are James Patterson and J. Grisham. This is a great-read if you like crime thrillers, suspense thrillers, or thrillers period. I can read this any day over James Patterson books.
A very interesting romantic suspense novel. A former profiler with the FBI's ISU, Greer Lomax has fled back to her hometown after an encounter with a serial killer nearly killed her. Two years have passed and she's still having panic and anxiety attacks when she encounters dead bodies.But as a deputy sheriff in a small town, Greer doesn't see too many bodies--until an exhumation yields two people in the same grave--the deceased and an unknown woman.Before long, her husband, FBI profiler Ash Keller, is at her side. Against her better judgement, the couple is pushed together in order to try and stop a killer who's body count is on the rise.Of course, that's before the killer gets personal--taunting Greer with bits of evidence that have meaning to her and even taking her own sister.My only complaint is two major typos-- the reaccurance of "psyche exam" (about 5 times) instead of "pysch exam" (two totally different things-- a psyche and a psych--or psychological exam) and the misspelling of actress Katharine Hepburn (spelled "Kathryn" in the book, not "Katharine"). That was annoying since the author mentions Spencer Tracy and her, a well-known couple, yet totally misspells her name. Overall, a very interesting read I did in about a day and a half with a few breaks.
This book kept me glued to the pages. I enjoyed reading everyone's perspectives of what was going on, including the killer's. What Greer went through 2 years ago at the hands of a serial killer would likely send most women to an institution, but Greer has survived (barely). She is merely existing rather than living, but she doesn't know any other way. That is until her estranged husband Ash enters the picture due to some recent murders in her small town (at the time, they were not certain it was at the hands of a serial killer). Ash forces Greer to include him in her life and he in turn helps her deal with her past. It's a great book and I enjoyed the suspenseful nature.
I hate writing bad reviews, but I just can't think of anything kind to say, other than the premise of "The Matchmaker" (the antagonist of the story, not the book itself) was original. The plot was overly predictable and it read like a hundred other suspense/mystery books I've read before it.
Slow and boring.
Nice fast paced. Good rounded characters.
Nuda, brak. Dvě hvězdičky ze soucitu.
This was good. A little too much smut for me but pretty good.
Have read it in English too nothing lost in translation. Very good!