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The Death Collectors (Carson Ryder, Book 2)

The Death Collectors (Carson Ryder, Book 2)

Written by Jack Kerley and Kati Nicholl

Narrated by Kerry Shale


The Death Collectors (Carson Ryder, Book 2)

Written by Jack Kerley and Kati Nicholl

Narrated by Kerry Shale

ratings:
3.5/5 (2 ratings)
Length:
3 hours
Released:
Mar 19, 2007
ISBN:
9780007260102
Format:
Audiobook

Description

Praise for The Hundredth Man:‘A chilling journey into a pitch-black mind’ Michael Marshall‘A sturdy hero with a clearcut mission and a setting that holds possibilities for fresh adventure. Kerley writes in a thrusting style that pushes the action from crime scene to autopsy table…’ The New York Times Book Review‘Kerley jacks up the tension effectively, building to an all-stops-out climax. The plot is a treasure chest of interlocked pieces’ Booklist (starred review)‘A serial killer with a difference: smartly written’ Kirkus
Released:
Mar 19, 2007
ISBN:
9780007260102
Format:
Audiobook


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  • (3/5)

    1 person found this helpful

    Kerley has matured with his writing style since The Hundredth Man, with less jarring dialogue and more engaging narrative. The industry is pumping these novels out at an incredible pace and this story is typical of the genre, a suspenseful journey to uncover the murderer, with additional bodies along the way. The Death Collectors does not offer any insightful and new content, it relies on the banter of its central characters to hold interest beyond it's mediorce plot. It has some decent moments and readers will surely return for further helpings in the future.

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  • (4/5)

    1 person found this helpful

    One of the earlier outings for Nautilus and Ryder. Here they investigate a horrific murder that carries strong similarities to the murders committed by a long dead serial killer. The underlying ploy here is the fairly horrific idea that there is a small group of weathy people who choose to collect serial killer memorobilia - an idea Ifound distastful and difficult to rid myself of upon finishing the book. The resolution of the crime requires several leaps of faith but is a good read for all of that. I'd like to see more of the relationship between the 2 leads develop further.

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