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The Cold Moon by Jeffery Deaver

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Lincoln Rhyme returns in a heart stopping new thriller from the author of "The Twelfth Card"



  • Prepare to be mystified by an array of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat. "The Cold Moon" is a highly entertaining audiobook, where danger lurks in every corner.
  • I've never come across a book with so many unexpected turns and surprises like "The Cold Moon". You'll need to suspend your disbelief a bit, but if you're a fan of mind-bending twists, this one is an absolute blast.
  • This book has a fantastic narrative! The unexpected turn of events towards the end was truly something. I've thoroughly relished the experience of listening to all of these books. My interest in them initially sparked after watching "The Bone Collector" movie, and I can honestly say that I haven't been let down. I wholeheartedly suggest diving into the entire series.
  • I preferred The Vanished Man and The Bone Collector more than The Cold Moon. Although the plot was good, as a Christian, I found the frequent use of the "G-D" word to be distracting from the storyline. I can understand why some authors feel the need to include it, but many successful police procedural writers manage without it. Additionally, the thinly veiled Christian-bashing and references to "right-wing whackos" were not helpful and seemed intellectually lazy, especially considering the talent of the writer. I'm not trying to preach, just expressing my opinion.
  • This book was genuinely captivating, filled with intricate and unexpected plot twists. Joe Mantegna did a superb job as the narrator, adding to the overall enjoyment. However, I must admit that the revelation of the Evil Serial Killer, the Watchmaker, being a mere pawn of a group of extremist Christian Homeschoolers left me feeling disappointed. It's unclear whether the author's intention was to criticize Christians in general or specifically those who homeschool. Regardless, this far-fetched premise undermined the entire story for me. I was initially inclined to rate this book with a perfect five stars, but my enthusiasm dwindled in the final chapters. Come on, Deaver, let's keep it realistic.
  • Usually, I'm all about giving these books a solid five-star rating. But, gotta say, this particular story had an overload of puzzles within puzzles. It was Catherine Dance's inaugural visit to the Big Apple, and I'm usually a fan of how crime scenes are meticulously combed for evidence. However, this book took it to the extreme with an abundance of twists and subplots.