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by Jeffrey Deaver,George Guidall

eBook The Cold Moon (Unabridged) epub
  • ISBN: 1419396269
  • Author: Jeffrey Deaver,George Guidall
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Recorded Books LLC (2006)
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The Cold Moon Audiobook. Jeffrey deaver a great writer his books are always a good read and cold moon was great full of twists found it hard to put down.

The Cold Moon Audiobook. Jeffery Deaver (Author), George Guidall (Narrator), Whole Story Audiobooks (Publisher) & 0 more. This book had a great story line enjoyed it very much was a good ending I would recommend this book the reader will not be disappointed.

Deaver's seventh Lincoln Rhyme novel brings back the old familiar faces of. .George Guidall's performance reaffirms that he can do no wrong as a narrator.

Deaver's seventh Lincoln Rhyme novel brings back the old familiar faces of Amelia Sachs, Lon Selitto, and rookie Ron Pulaski and introduces an excelle. Deaver's seventh Lincoln Rhyme novel brings back the old familiar faces of Amelia Sachs, Lon Selitto, and rookie Ron Pulaski and introduces an excellent addition to the team, kinesics analyst Kathryn Dance. He slips easily in and out of character, his voice as fluid as a slide trombone.

JEFFERY DEAVER is the international bestselling author of the acclaimed detective Lincoln Rhyme series, numerous stand-alone thrillers, and two recent novels featuring investigative agent Kathryn Dance: The Sleeping Doll and Roadside Crosses

JEFFERY DEAVER is the international bestselling author of the acclaimed detective Lincoln Rhyme series, numerous stand-alone thrillers, and two recent novels featuring investigative agent Kathryn Dance: The Sleeping Doll and Roadside Crosses. Nominated for six Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America, he is a three-time recipient of the Ellery Queen Readers Award for Best Short Story of the Year, and a winner of the British Thumping Good Read Award. He has also won a Steel Dagger and a Short Story Dagger from the British Crime Writers' Association.

George Guidall (born June 7, 1938) is a prolific audiobook narrator and theatre actor. As of November 2014, he had recorded over 1,270 audiobooks, which was believed to be the record at the time. Guidall is from New Jersey. Guidall's father was a pharmacist, and his four brothers also went into the medical profession. Guidall bucked the trend and went into theater.

Narrated by: George Guidall. Length: 13 hrs and 55 mins. On a freezing December night, with a full moon hovering in the black sky over New York City, two people are brutally murdered, the death scenes marked by eerie, matching calling cards: moon-faced clocks investigators fear ticked away the victims' last moments on earth. Renowned criminologist Lincoln Rhyme immediately identifies the clock distributor and has the chilling realization that the killer, who has dubbed himself the Watchmaker, has more murders planned in the hours to come.

George Guidall is widely recognized as the world’s most acclaimed and prolific audiobook narrator. George Guidall continually wins praise from publishers, authors and fans alike, for his artistry in bringing books of all genres to life

George Guidall is widely recognized as the world’s most acclaimed and prolific audiobook narrator. George Guidall continually wins praise from publishers, authors and fans alike, for his artistry in bringing books of all genres to life. He has been delighting listeners for over 20 years, and has completed narrations for over 1300 unabridged titles. His narrations of classics like Crime and Punishment, Frankenstein, The Iliad, Don Quixote, and Les Miserables, along with many popular best sellers, have set a standard for excellence recognized throughout the audiobook industry. Welcome to Putingrad.

The Cold Moon (Unabridged). Publisher: Recorded Books LLC, 2006. Unabridged CD audio book of the Lincoln Rhyme novel Cold Moon.

By far, Jeffery Deaver is the one author with that uncanny ability to develop plot twists and very complex characters that leave you stunned to the end. If you've seen the movie, trust me, the books are far more ingenious and developed as compared to what we were presented with on the silver screen. The Bone Collector is a series novel starring Lincoln Rhyme, our famous forensics expert bound to his bed and mobile wheelchair. Reading this novel I am reminded to never commit a crime.

George Guidall, who has been the voice of more than 1,300 audiobooks, in the recording studio. He was writing from his hospital bed to thank Mr. Guidall because he now had time to finish listening to the book. Eva Deitch for The New York Times. Mr. Guidall is the undisputed king of audiobooks: more than 1,300 so far, with a stack of new prospects beside his bed awaiting his attention.

It's the night of the full Cold Moon - the month of December according to the lunar calendar. A young man is found dead in lower Manhattan, the first in a series of victims of a man calling himself the Watchmaker. This killer's obsession with time drives him to plan the murders with the precision of fine timepieces, and the victims die prolonged deaths while an eerie clock ticks away their last minutes on earth.

Unabridged CD audio book of the Lincoln Rhyme novel Cold Moon
Comments: (7)
Usaxma
#7 in the Lincoln Rhyme suspense/police procedural series also features the character of Kathryn Dance. The book is a very good thriller with more than its share of twists. The twists are sure to keep the reader entertained. Just when you feel you have it figured, the antagonists will bring you in a completely different direction.
The protagonists feature Lincoln and his usual cast of characters. Mr. Deaver has spent time with his protagonists and he has their personalities developed very well. There are a number of protagonists; the main one being the "Watchmaker."

It would be somewhat difficult to describe the "Watchmaker's psychotic storyline without introducing some spoilers. So, I'll not go there. I will say the novel is well worth your time.

I went with 4 instead of 5 stars. While the entire novel, I felt, was gripping and a real page turner, the end left me flat. Coming toward the end, I thought the story went a bit "over the top ." I found it too abrupt for an excellently written plot which proceeds it.
Steelcaster
Twisting. Classic Deaver: compelling, easy to follow and difficult to put down.

No graphic brutality or drag-you-down drama.
Interesting storyline with plenty of twists to keep the reader guessing.

Believable characters with distinct personalities. Thought-provoking dialogue.

I will re-read this story and always look forward to works by this author.
Gavirgas
I've read all of the Lincoln Rhyme novels, except the Steel Kiss, but to me the formula has become stale. We have seen it all before: twists and turns till you get seasick and a lot of developments which are not exactly plausible. In this genre, unlikely events come with the turf, a bit, but in this novel it's worse than in some (but not all) of the other Deaver novels. Positive points are the character of the Watchmaker, who is quite scary and convincing, and the introduction of Kathryn Dance as kinesics expert. I enjoyed this book more than the previous one, The Twelfth Card (which was quite ludicrous, frankly), but I think I 'm done with the series, for the time being.
Gelgen
One star removed for the jaw-clenching repetition of the word "now." Halfway through the book, I was clenching my teeth (sometimes it showed up three times on a page!). By the end I was cringing every time I saw it.

Other than that, and some other minor editing misses, I thoroughly enjoyed the story, which was wonderfully complex and layered. The Watchmaker is a terrific villain. If I could be assured the "now" problem was solved, I'd pick up the next book with this character in it.
Darkshaper
Dealer does it again. This one had me sucked in from the beginning. I was following along the story line, pleased to see how it was going and waiting to see how the author would tidy everything up. Suddenly WHAM!!! Out of left field Deaver throws a monkey wrench into the clockworks and all goes flying. Nothing is as it seems and the whole story takes on a new twist. Really enjoyed this one.
Mall
Love Jeffery Deaver, but this book was a bit of a chore to get through. The story went all over the place, and I got bogged down in the details between/among the various plot lines. Then throw in some personal dilemmas for the main characters, and it was a slog. Plus, the main villain is not caught, so we know there will be a sequel...
Gamba
Jeffrey Deaver's Lincoln Rhyme novels are about serial killers and the policemen who capture them. The hero is a former New York crime scene investigator, who quit the police department after an accident made him a full-body paraplegic (quadriplegic). Do not worry that his paralysis makes him boring. He is now a contract CSI detective for the N.Y.P.D., analyzing evidence with computers, chemicals, and equipment like gas chromatographs. He is the brainy half of a two-part hero. The other half is Amelia Sachs. This sharpshooting redhead and her fellow policemen compliment Rhyme's brains with action.

"The Cold Moon" has excellent characters, described with concrete imagery. A few receive deep profiles. For example, the villain who is a big fat junk-food gobbling compulsive rapist. And the rapist's boss: a kind of supervillain called the Watchmaker. He's a meticulous perfectionist who manipulates crime scenes and has backup plans for his backup plans, leaving behind a school of red herrings to divert fishermen like Lincoln Rhyme. The Watchmaker is a genius, but so is Rhyme.

"The Cold Moon" has a new good guy, with whom I was especially pleased. This is Kathryn Dance, an agent of the CBI (California Bureau of Investigation), visiting New York to conduct a seminar. Just as the Watchmaker is not literally a supervillain--he has no superpowers--Dance is not literally a superhero. But she is like a superhero, with her advanced skills in kinesics. (The study of body language and verbal behavior in witnesses and suspects.) It's like she has telepathy. While reading "The Cold Moon," I learned that Deaver has written two subsequent novels starring Kathryn Dance ("The Sleeping Doll" and "Roadside Crosses"). I bought them.

Deaver's forte in the Lincoln Rhyme novels is his display of criminalistics, the scientific analysis of crime scene evidence. For this reason, even if his characterizations were flat and his prose amateurish--though actually they are just the opposite--these books would be interesting. Also, at least in "The Cold Moon," his plot has more twists and turns than the cables behind my PC. And the pace of narration is fast, especially with the formatting in the tall paperback (7.5" x 4.25", 656 pages, Pocket Star Books, ISBN-13: 978-0743491570, $9.99 U.S.). Slow reader that I am, I got through a hundred and fifty pages per day. I felt smart!

I do, however, advise moderation while reading these books. Though each one has something new, each one also has too much resembling preceding volumes. If you impulsively decide to read them all consecutively, you will get too much of a feeling that you are reading the same book over and over. I recommend reading them, but I strongly recommend allowing at least a couple of months to pass between each volume. Read other books during the interim.
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