The Twelfth Card

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Schoolgirl Geneva Settle’s research project into her slave ancestor Charles Singleton unearths more than just an interesting story. Suddenly Geneva seems to be the target of a professional assassin. A man who will ruthlessly kill anyone in his way

Schoolgirl Geneva Settle’s research project into her slave ancestor Charles Singleton unearths more than just an interesting story. Suddenly Geneva seems to be the target of a professional assassin. A man who will ruthlessly kill anyone in his way unless top criminalist Lincoln Rhyme can piece together the deadly puzzle.

Trapped inside a paralysed body, Rhyme’s brilliant mind is channeled through his partner, policewoman Amelia Sachs, as they work frantically to anticipate where the hitman will strike next, and how to stop him.

And Rhyme and Sachs soon realize the only way to stop the killer is to discover the secret Charles Singleton took to his grave over 140 years ago – a secret that threatens to destroy the future of human rights itself.

The eagerly awaited new Lincoln Rhyme novel proves once again that with his mastery of the stunning plot twist and breakneck narrative drive, Jeffery Deaver is the outstanding thriller writer of today.

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Ha scritto il 15/09/10
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This book is typical of Jeffrey Deaver's many twists at the end, so much so, you actually come to anticipate them. I wouldn't say this is the best book Jeffrey Deaver has written so far, probably because it was linked to a little history and politics ...Continua

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