Series: Lincoln Rhyme

Author: Jeffery Deaver

El Bailarin De La Muerte (2002)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 4
The Cold Moon (2006)
4.02 of 5 Votes: 5
This book is an intense murder mystery/thriller that keeps you guessing on every page. Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs, partners in crime, face an eerie case involving a killer who goes by the name of the Watchmaker. With unclear motives and horrific torture methods to killing people, as well as a...
The Vanished Man (2004)
4.07 of 5 Votes: 3
This was my first read of a novel by this author and I really enjoyed it. Although I learned after finishing the title that this novel is #5 in the Lincoln Rhyme series, it can definitely be read as a stand-alone. One is instantly immersed in the world of illusion and magic with a wealth of hi...
The Empty Chair (2000)
4.04 of 5 Votes: 3
In Tanner’s Corner, NC, Garrett Hanlon, 16 years old, orphaned and essentially feral, has allegedly killed Billy Stail with a shovel and has allegedly kidnapped Mary Beth McConnell. He has allegedly put a county deputy into a life-threatening coma using the stings of hundreds of yellow jackets. A...
The Coffin Dancer (1999)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 2
If you haven't read The Coffin Dancer, and you want the plot to surprise you, do not read my review after this first paragraph -- do not read anyone's review. I don't know whether I'm quicker or slower on the uptake than the average reader of Deaver's work, but a cursory glance at reviews here wa...
The Stone Monkey (2005)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 2
I have to say this one cannot stand in the same grade with the first two, or three of Lincoln's series. I mean when reading those ones, I couldn't help stopping because I was so eager to know what happened next; but as for the Stone Monkey, I put my iPad down several times to do other things with...
The Twelfth Card (2015)
3.96 of 5 Votes: 4
I remember the first time I borrowed a Jeffery Deaver book from the library and it's stuck with me for years because that book was The Bone Collector. I then sought out every other book in the Lincoln Rhyme series and hit a bit of a stumbling block. That stumbling block being The Twelfth Card. I ...
The Bone Collector (1998)
4.16 of 5 Votes: 2
According the number of feathers I found in my yard Sunday, a neighborhood cat stalked, caught and killed what appeared to be a seagull. Its feathers looked like a gull and I’m close to Matanzas Bay and although not an expert on birds, I can surely identify a gull’s feathers. As I was inspectin...
Opferlämmer (2010)
4.01 of 5 Votes: 1
Awe, I do so love a Lincoln Rhyme novel. Isn't it weird how you can absolutely love when an author writes about a specific character, but not when they write about someone else? I feel that way a lot. Anyhoo. This one was decent. I didn't find the electricity thing as interesting as I suspect I w...
Il filo che brucia (2010)
4.01 of 5 Votes: 1
I thought it was one of Jeffery Deaver's better books, the plot was interesting and out of the ordinary, using electricity for a weapon. At the same time some parts were completely predictable, like some of his other books. Lincoln Ryhme ALMOST gets killed and is seconds away before coincidently ...
The Burning Wire (2010)
4.01 of 5 Votes: 1
The story is different; the Perp's MO unique - using Electricity as a Weapon. It is a fun book to read.My one major issue with this book is that The Major Characters - Rhymes, Saks, others are just acting different. It seems almost like Deaver pulled a Patterson (have others write the books). The...