The Burial Hour (Lincoln Rhyme Series #13)

The Burial Hour (Lincoln Rhyme Series #13)

by Jeffery Deaver
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not worth reading . Why? Because the big plot-twist makes the premise of the book fake and the book in the end actually very uninteresting
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not one of my favorite Lincoln Rhyme novels. The story line was too fanciful and the reading became tedious.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As usual can't wait for the next one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was as fascinating & thrilling as is usual for this brilliant author; I loved the Italian experience and look forward to the new direction this series may be taking!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Looks around for a good place to put the badger where no other animals will find it, and settles for making a hole at the bottom of a large pine tree. She starts digging and continues until it is five feet deep. She drops the badger in the hole and covers it with dirt. She goes to a stream to rinse her dirty paws off and then lays in the sun for awhile to dry her fur.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Enjoyed the read as always. Still takes me away, into the mystery. Hope we see the arms length secret government interludes in the future....we could use some justice in our world.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Delightful read Delightful read
Anonymous 12 months ago
Like all of his books and now perhaps international? Excellent!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book starts out like all of the others in the Lincoln Rhyme series. And then quite suddenly all of the action and investigation shifts to Italy and we are suddenly confronted with a whole new cast of supporting players. The book's formula does not change but it was an abrupt transition and leaves the reader (at least me) striving to maintain that balance that came with the New York scene. And to further complicate the ending suggests that Lincoln, Thom and Amanda just might be heading to further international travel. J M Lydon
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Loves_to_readLF More than 1 year ago
Really struggled to get through this one. I don't think it lived up to past Lincoln Rhyme stories. It almost seems like he didn't know where to go once things got to Italy. I hope the next one is better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This brought many memories of my favorite country, Italy the plot was convoluted and the characters so very interesting. My miniscule knowledge of the language challenged me. All in all A VERY GOOD READ
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gave it only a four. Love his writing and the complexities. However, really disliked the complete turn of all events three quarter through the book with no hints it was even going there. Not good. Kind of lacked thereafter. Would have preferred the story building to a more complete finish without the turn on a dime. An excellent writer though. Kat
tedfeit0 More than 1 year ago
The latest Lincoln Rhyme mystery novel begins with an argument between the criminologist and his aide, Thom, about the forthcoming marriage of Rhyme and supercop Amelia Sachs. The controversy centers on where the honeymoon should take place, with unsentimental Lincoln lobbying for Greenland, where he can observe some new method or other, and Thom suggesting someplace more romantic. Then fate intervenes in the form of an abduction and an odd form of murder, a hanging with a noose made of a cello gut string. When the victim is rescued in the nick of time by Sachs, the perpetrator, a mental health escapee from an institution, apparently goes to Italy, where Sachs and Rhyme follow only to be treated shabbily by the Italian police and prosecutor. Eventually, somehow all work together to solve the mystery, only after at least three more abductions take place. Unlike previous entries in the series, forensic analysis is done by an Italian woman, albeit a capable technician, with Rhyme and Sachs only able to read the results. On the whole, this novel is less satisfying than previous books in the series. Perhaps the author strained as he based the plot on a controversial topic: cascading immigration overwhelming the country. Also, the conclusion is hardly in sync with previous novels featuring the criminologist. However, it raises the question of whether the author is preparing readers for a seismic shift in future plotting. Since there are glimmers of the old Lincoln Rhyme, this entry, as all previous ones, is recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tedious at best. Story line was so convoluted and long. Finished it so disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Deaver is a great author. I have read all his books. I didn't like this took place in Italy. There was too much emphasis on their police procedure and characters. I would rather read about the Selitto and the regular crew in New York.
customer2 More than 1 year ago
the worst book in the Lincoln rhyme series by far. Don't waste your money on this boring and badly written book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Set in Italy this latest installment of Rhymes and Sachs will please as always.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one had a few too many sub plots for me , still he is master at storytelling! He ties everything together nicely & leaves u knowing another good story is coming!!!!