eBook Mercy epub

by David Lindsey

eBook Mercy epub
  • ISBN: 0356194914
  • Author: David Lindsey
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: World Literature
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Doubleday; First Edition edition (1990)
  • Pages: 513 pages
  • ePUB size: 1863 kb
  • FB2 size 1936 kb
  • Formats rtf lit azw mobi


Just finished reading "Mercy" by David Lindsey, it is by far the best novel I've read in a very long time, probably top 5 at least

Just finished reading "Mercy" by David Lindsey, it is by far the best novel I've read in a very long time, probably top 5 at least. It was a gift, really, of immortality.

About David L. Lindsey: Lindsey spent his childhood in the Texas Rio Grande Valley and in West Texas, near San Angelo. At one point he operated his own publishing firm, Heidelberg Publishers. During his years in publishing, Lindsey had an interest in writing, but felt it would be fiscally "irresponsible".

David Lindsey is a highly-acclaimed, best-selling author of suspense fiction Female detective Carmen Palma is the protagonist of "Mercy" (1990). This book is a tale told with such horror that it has been compared to "Silence Of The Lambs".

David Lindsey is a highly-acclaimed, best-selling author of suspense fiction. Lindsey was born in Kingsville, Texas on November 6, 1944. He spent his childhood in the Texas Rio Grande Valley and in West Texas, near San Angelo. He graduated from North Texas State University with a degree in English literature. Lindsey's chilling page-turners are read around the world. Female detective Carmen Palma is the protagonist of "Mercy" (1990). Some of Lindsey's works have been made into films, most notably "Requiem for a Glass Heart" (1996) starring Demi Moore.

Houston is shattered by a shock wave of unbelievably vicious sex killings. And this time the pattern is unique-way out of line with traditional violent-crime psychology. Your writing is wonderful, but this book was really the one that women liked. A refreshingly original and unique mystery thriller. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 21 years ago.

Mercy by David Lindsey - book cover, description, publication history. August 1999 : USA Audio Cassette.

A Shattering Novel of Serial Murder. David Lindsey is the author of many highly acclaimed novels, including In the Lake of the Moon, Mercy, Body of Truth, An Absence of Light, and Requiem for a Glass Heart. He lives in Austin, Texas. Category: Suspense & Thriller Noir Mysteries.

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Mercy! But everything disintegrated in a flare of mandarin red. The first blow broke her jaw. And she felt herself being bitten and chewed. The second blow snapped the cartilage of her nose. She listened in horror to the gibbering that was faster than comprehension, faster than lips could form words, it seemed, and suddenly she was called by a name she had never heard and was accused of things she had never done. Another blow, and the incredible, dumbfounding sensation of being bitten, the teeth everywhere on her, no place sacred.

MERCY David L. Lindsey First published by Doubleday May 1990 Houston is shattered by a shock wave of. .Welcome to Gray City. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Lindsey First published by Doubleday May 1990 Houston is shattered by a shock wave of unbelievably vicious sex killings. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

With a sure, steady hand Lindsey ratchets the suspense and sexual tension tighter and tighter, page by merciless page. The only mercy you'll get is the word on the cover. Houston is shattered by a shock wave of unbelievably vicious sex killings.

Houston is shattered by a shock wave of  unbelievably vicious sex killings.  And this time the pattern is unique--way out of line with traditional violent-crime psychology.  In Detective Carmen Palma's experience, a psychopath always chooses anonymous targets.  But the Houston victims know and trust their killer:  They meet willingly in hotel rooms, even in their homes.  They don't fight when the leather cuffs are fastened to their wrists and ankles.  They don't even struggle when the first blows fall . . .Palma's first lightning instinct is that the victims expected their torture.  They were practicing masochists, apart of a secret clique that includes some of the city's most prominent women.  They helped choreograph their own punishments-every blow.  They just didn't expect to die. . .
Comments: (7)
Marg
This book will appeal to anyone who is a fan of the thriller genre but I feel it will be particularly appealing to those well versed in the concepts of Carl Jung. Lindsey's knowledge of psychoanalysis, child sexual abuse, and serial killer profiling is outstanding. He must have done extensive homework! Having said that, what a gripping novel of a cultural sidebar most of us have no knowledge of. What makes a woman explore sadomasochism? This subject is explored thoroughly as well as the damaging effects (for a lifetime) of child sexual abuse. Well worth the time.
Shliffiana
I read Mercy a few years ago, as did my Mom and about 10 other women friends, and we all loved it, even though it was about certain things we had never been involved in, it is riveting. The best thing about this book is the main character, Carmen, whose life is as interesting in her personal life with the interplay with her Mother as is her exciting life in her job. David Lindsay, if you ever read these reviews, are you ever going to write a book with Carmen in it? I have waited years for a book with her in it. Please, let us hear from her again. Your writing is wonderful, but this book was really the one that women liked.
Trash Obsession
Love this book. It is a riveting suspense novel.
Vudozilkree
Some things were still left in limbo for me, but it was definitely worth the read.
Anardred
WOW - another great Lindsey book
Cordanius
Loved it!
Dream
Thanks
If I wanted a map of Texas I would have purchased an atlas instead of this boring book. The author had a good idea, but despite that, the only reason I even finished the book was because I had 100 pages to go and I was too damn OCD to just leave it at that.
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