Thursday, October 6, 2011
The Broken Window
The quadriplegic forensics expert, Lincoln Rhyme with his partner, Amelia Sachs are back, in Jeffery Deaver's 8th Lincoln Rhyme Series, to solve the killings that are taking place in the city where the alleged suspects are fitting to charges perfectly against them, or rather, too perfectly. Lincoln's estranged cousin, Arthur Rhyme is also one of the suspects to be arrested on charges of murder.
The mastermind killer is one who has unlimited access to the world's most detailed bank of data on the people of the world, dubbed as “522” by Lincoln and his team.
Jeffery Deaver's plot on identity theft is extremely gripping and compelling to the extent of spooking any one, where it makes one feel how vulnerable they might be, should their personal information land into the hands of a serial killer. His characters are also very well thought out and credible and the storyline makes the novel a fantastic read, especially because of the topic of “identity theft,” which has not caught the attention of many people in the world.
And if you are not worried about identity theft; read The Broken Window by Jeffery Deaver - it will leave you paranoid.