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Imagine o seu pior medo… e depois conheça o seu pior pesadelo. Quando a Unidade Especial de Homicídios da Polícia de Los Angeles é enviada a uma pequena igreja da cidade, depara-se com um cenário no mínimo aterrador. O padre foi decapitado, o seu corpo dilacerado, e no seu peito lê-se ainda o número 3 desenhado a sangue. A violência é impiedosa e nada parece fazer grande sImagine o seu pior medo… e depois conheça o seu pior pesadelo. Quando a Unidade Especial de Homicídios da Polícia de Los Angeles é enviada a uma pequena igreja da cidade, depara-se com um cenário no mínimo aterrador. O padre foi decapitado, o seu corpo dilacerado, e no seu peito lê-se ainda o número 3 desenhado a sangue. A violência é impiedosa e nada parece fazer grande sentido neste crime horrendo. Perante este quadro macabro, o detetive Robert Hunter e o seu parceiro acreditam que se trata de um crime ligado a algum ritual religioso. Mas a investigação parece não avançar e as respostas não surgem. E à medida que mais corpos e crimes são revelados, o pavor espalha-se por toda a cidade. O que une realmente estes crimes, para além do terror e brutalidade de todas as mortes resultarem dos seus maiores medos? Será este o maior desafio de Robert Hunter? E será que não ter respostas é o seu maior pesadelo?...

Title : O Carrasco do Medo
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ISBN : 9789898843739
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Number of Pages : 416 Pages
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O Carrasco do Medo Reviews

  • Miriam Smith
    2018-12-27 10:12

    Wow! I don't quite know what goes on in Chris Carters head but boy does he have an imagination!! This book sucks you in from the very first page and does not let go until you're finished. "The Executioner" may not be for the squeamish but it is definitely for me, exactly what I like in my murder/serial killer novels......gore, possible sadistic ritualistic murders, by a killer who knows exactly "what scares you to death", police detectives that you form a relationship with and a storyline that has you totally in its grips! I loved the partnership between Robert Hunter and Carlos Garcia and would probably say that they are my favourite cop duo. Thoroughly enjoyed this book and would seriously recommend it to lovers of this genre. Looking forward to reading "I am Death"!!!!!

  • Maria
    2019-01-10 07:24

    A sinopse de O Carrasco do Medo saltou-me à vista e quis logo pegar nele. Não li o primeiro livro de Chris Carter, mas nem isso me fez demover de ler o seu segundo livro publicado em Portugal, pela Topseller. A violência é o prato principal de O Carrasco do Medo. Começa pelo assassinato de um padre com requintes que excedem o impensável. O padre, querido pela comunidade, é decapitado e, no lugar da sua cabeça, está uma cabeça de cão. O detective chamado para a cena do crime já é conhecido dos leitores por ter aparecido no primeiro livro do autor de origem brasileira, mas para os estreantes como eu foi uma excelente surpresa. Gostei bastante de Hunter que mostra, e prova, ser um detective inteligente, com uma cultura geral acima da média, e com quem é fácil trabalhar. ...Opinião completa: http://marcadordelivros.blogspot.pt/2...

  • Petra
    2019-01-14 03:29

    Enjoying this series on audio. Could have done without the supernatural element and Robert Hunter is just too perfect, but apart from that, exciting and dark story, onto book 3.

  • Brenda
    2019-01-12 07:31

    Okay....It's official. Chris Carter is my new favorite author!!! Since finishing this book I will definitely be reading the rest of the series. Already have them on their way to me via Amazon. Let's just talk about the author a minute. He's from Brazil and is part Italian. Was an exotic male dancer and played in various rock bands before deciding to write. It's true, I have a big ole' fan girl crush on him. I mean what's not to love? Oh yeah and he writes some darn good books as well.

  • Tonkica
    2018-12-23 07:35

    4.5Kada te uhvati temperatura, malko jača prehlada i briješ na MaxFlu, nemaš što drugo raditi već ležati i čitati.. Dođe do toga da u manje od 24 sata ode cijela knjiga. Ode jer je pisana jednostavno, lagano i razumljivo, interesantno i s jako dobrom pričom! Ako volite "lijepo" krvavo i domišljato, fatajte se knjige! Svaka čast na ideji i cijelom slučaju. Iako, mrvu me zasmetao dio na kraju.. Ako furamo po zakonu, onda bi tako trebalo biti. Ili je dovoljno da si Robert Hunter? :D :P

  • Lisa
    2018-12-27 03:27

    The Executioner by Chris Carter was more gruesome than the Crucifix Killer Carter i must say has gone into great detail about how a serial killers mind works.A priest Father fabian is found with his head decapitated & a slain dogs head pressed into his neck so detective Robert Hunter & detective carlos Garcia are brought in to solve the case.While looking into father Fabians past the find out he predicted his own death & the way it was going to happen. turns out he was a bully to others when he was younger & joined the priest hood to cover up his past he was a member of The Strutter Gang which picked on everyone they deemed not like them.Then while Hunter & Garcia were looking into fabian's past Amanda Reilly was found dead her face peeling off with other horrendous injuries they find a girl named Mollie who was continually raped By John Woods but she has powers to see who is going to be next & how they are going to die.Its a race against time to find out who the killers are I wont say anything more about this book as i will give away spoilers .My view on this book Chris Caters mind is amazing to write about serial killers the way he does loved the plot virtually everything about this book.NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED a winner for me 5 stars

  • Mandy
    2019-01-07 07:36

    The second book in the Robert Hunter series.In this book the two detectives, Hunter and Garcia, are hunting a serial killer. The killings are extremely gruesome and very graphically described but I found myself getting thoroughly wrapped up in this story and enjoying it as much as the last one.

  • Brenda
    2018-12-25 08:21

    I think I've now realized I don't care for supernatural happenings in my detective/crime fiction. This was interesting to me until a character showed up with "visions." I liked the premise that people were being killed by their worst fear; that could have been a real psychological thriller for me.

  • Paulo Pires
    2018-12-22 07:16

    4.8 Espantoso ...« O Carrasco do Medo é o segundo livro da série #Robert Hunter.Um macabro assassinato ocorreu numa pacata igreja de Los Angeles. O corpo do pároco foi encontrado, decapitado e com sinais de extrema violência. A violência é tal que consegue afectar a experiente Unidade Especial de Homicídios! Os indícios levam a pensar em rituais satânicos ... mas a realidade é muito mais cruel ...Gostei muito deste livro, achei-o espantoso! Alerto para o nível de violência, que alcança elevados níveis, e que pode não ser adequado para públicos (e estômagos) mais sensíveis. Mas na minha opinião revela-se uma das mais-valias deste livro a par da imaginação, do cuidado com o detalhe e da coerência dos crimes. (Adorei.)O foco, a inteligência e a determinação de Robert Hunter é outro dos argumentos fortes deste livro que habilmente Chris Carter manipula em prol de um evolução fluída e arrepiante da história. Robert é uma personagem rica, com uma percepção arguta da realidade que o envolve e ainda que viva uma vida pessoal solitária e tenha uma camaradagem com o seu colega a toda prova, fazendo lembrar algumas personagens que são referências literárias neste género.Robert consegue destacar-se e distinguir-se pelas suas peculiaridades, os seus fantasmas e a sua personalidade. Reúne uma mistura de determinação, sensibilidade e acessibilidade que oferecem à história um atractivo digno de destaque.Quando lemos muitos livros, por vezes ganhamos "resistências" ao efeito de determinados mecanismos da escrita, por se tornarem muitas vezes flagrantes quanto ao que a história nos vai oferecer. É muito gratificante quando um livro nos arranca um "... disto não estava à espera ...".Mostra um (...)Ler mais em:Opinião: O Carrasco de Chris Carter |Livros e Marcadores

  • Xana
    2019-01-12 06:40

    Que livro fantástico. Já tinha adorado o anterior, e pensava que não podia ficar melhor, mas ficou..Capítulos curtos, com um ritmo alucinante, descrições fortes.. brutais mesmo. Adorei saber mais sobre Robert, adorei a personagem Mollie.Estou ansiosa pelo próximo. Chis Carter passa para os meus autores favoritos.Recomendo sem reservas

  •  Olivermagnus
    2018-12-17 07:36

    In the second book of the Robert Hunter series, Hunter and his partner, Carlos Garcia, are faced with capturing one of the most vicious serial killers they have ever come across. Be warned, the crime scenes are very gruesome and should be read only by someone with a strong stomach. The Executioner is killing people who don't seem to have anything in common and he's doing it in ways that match each of the victim's biggest fear. Each victim is marked with a number drawn in blood so it's up to Hunter and Garcia to find out who the remaining victims are before the Executioner gets to them.This is a fantastic novel. Robert Hunter is a very smart, very realistic character. His partnership with Garcia is well-written but I hope in the future books, Carlos takes some of the lead instead of always being the follower. The secondary characters were very well done and the ending is never telegraphed along the way. The chapters are all short and designed to keep you reading. You can tell the author was a criminal psychologist before he switched careers. His ability to get into the mind of the killer and his motive was exceptional. I don't normally give five star ratings to a graphic serial killer novels but I feel like The Executioner more than met the five star bar.

  • Fabi
    2018-12-24 07:21

    Que livro fabuloso! Já o primeiro livro me tinha deixado rendida e este não ficou atrás! Bom do início ao fim! Agora só quero ler os dois que me faltam!

  • Tempo de Ler
    2019-01-01 10:33

    É impossível ler O Carrasco do Medo sem reagir fisicamente - sinto que passei uma boa parte do livro a fazer caretas e a mexer-me desconfortavelmente no assento. A época natalícia aproxima-se e, em contraste, Robert é chamado ao local de um crime bastante violento: um padre morto na própria igreja, cuja cabeça foi substituída pela de um cão ... e o pior é que o padre Fabiano é apenas a primeira vítima a ser encontrada. Com o decorrer da investigação Robert e Garcia descobrem que estão perante um sádico sem qualquer compaixão pelas vítimas; estuda-os, descobre os seus piores pesadelos e actua de forma a torná-los realidade.Mollie, uma jovem adolescente com o seu próprio passado traumático, garante que tem o dom de sentir a dor alheia e que pode ser útil na investigação, mas esta sua intervenção acaba por colocá-la também na mira do assassino... e ao tentar salvá-la, Robert e Garcia colocam-se também em perigo.Gostei imenso deste livro!Não há dúvida que Chris Carter consegue misturar suspense e acção na medida certa, envolvendo o leitor. Além do interesse pela história central, vi-me também curiosa com a história pessoal de Robert, sobre a qual temos mais algumas pistas. Infelizmente, Garcia continua a fazer perguntas estúpidas, de amador - faz todo o sentido que o escritor queira explicar os elementos teóricos e técnicos que circundam a investigação criminal e que o queira fazer de forma mais dinâmica, através de diálogo em vez de parágrafos enfadonhos, mas desta forma desacredita imenso o personagem, tornando-o um ignorante na sua área profissional.

  • Ricardo
    2019-01-10 06:35

    ... Este livro irritou-me a sério... Depois da meia decepção que foi o "assassino do crucifixo", vinha sem muitas expectativas para esta leitura... Irritou-me porque é viciante... Irritou-me porque está bem escrito... Irritou-me porque faz sentido... Irritou-me porque não descobri o sacana do demente que andava a torturar criaturas... Irritou-me porque as torturas eram deliciosamente cruéis... Irritou-me porque é trinta vezes melhor que o outro... Irritou-me, irritou-me e prontos!!! Venham mais irritações destas... Boas leituras

  • ➸ Gwen de Sade
    2018-12-17 09:22

    Yay me for discovering this, Chris Carter is a crazy-good author. Unputdownable - I had a friend over for ten hours and still finished it in one day. Why not 5 stars? Robert Hunter is too one dimensional for my taste. You know, no Cormoran Strike, but still likeable.Extracreepy: the murderer in the book is playing with his victims by making their worst nightmares come true and I was just thinking about mine. Probably losing all my teeth. Yuk, no. Shivers.

  • Andrew
    2018-12-26 06:29

    If you don't mind gritty books, this is an excellent crime series. A good group of characters has been pulled together, and a very interesting main character in Robert Hunter. The author also gets the reader fully involved in the story by leaving plenty of clues. Originally I thought I had the killer identified but towards the end I realised it wasn't him but the clues were all out there. I thoroughly recommend this series. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

  • Helga
    2018-12-29 08:11

    Há bons livros, bons autores e noa policiais isso implica sangue, mistério e muitas cenas macabras, e o autor consegue a trilogia (sangue, mistério e macabro) com um toque sublime.

  • Daria
    2019-01-07 10:20

    Pełna recenzja i hejt na Claire Anderson tu: https://pseudookiem.blogspot.com/2017...Jestem wciąż na kacu po ,,1984’’, a ta książka chyba go zwalczyła, chociaż czytałam ją zdecydowanie dłużej niż trzeba było.Jeśli lubicie thrillery, to mogę od razu polecić, mimo dziwnych kwiatków (głównie powtórzeń), które tam znalazłam. To na pewno nie będzie moje ostatnie spotkanie z Carterem, ale mam nadzieję, że nie trafię za szybko na kolejną tak wkurzającą postać jak Claire, którą mogę śmiało zaliczyć do jednej z najbardziej znienawidzonych postaci kobiecych.Cudowna perspektywa mordercy (nawet mu trochę kibicowałam, gdy odkryto powód jego szaleństwa oraz okrucieństwa), rosnące napięcie szczególnie na ostatnich stronach, odkrywanie brudów z przeszłości i powracająca karma. Świetny główny bohater – mądry i błyskotliwy. Od razu czuć, że znawca w temacie. Czyta się szybko, przyjemnie i osobiście jestem usatysfakcjonowana tymi zwrotami akcji oraz zakończeniem historii.

  • Snjezana Scarpetta Isles
    2018-12-28 09:12

    Perfect book 😎

  • Carol
    2019-01-07 02:30

    The Executioner by Chris CarterRobert Hunter series Book #25★'sFrom The Book:Inside a Los Angeles church, on the altar steps, lies the blood-soaked, decapitated body of a priest. Carefully positioned, legs stretched out, arms crossed over the chest, the most horrifying thing of all is that the priest's head has been replaced by that of a dog. Later, the forensic team discover that, on the victim's chest, the figure 3 has been scrawled in blood. At first, Detective Robert Hunter believes that this is a ritualistic killing. But as more bodies surface, he is forced to reassess. All the victims died in the way they feared the most. Their worst nightmares have literally come true. But how could the killer have known? And what links these apparently random victims? Hunter finds himself on the trail of an elusive and sadistic killer, someone who apparently has the power to read his victims' minds. Someone who can sense what scares his victims the most. My Views:This series is not for the faint of heart or those with a weak stomach. I have neither so needless to say I have enjoyed both this book and the first in the series [The Crucifix Killer]. The plot is well woven with clues and misdirections...which I have to admit I fell for hook, line and sinker. All the chapters are short, so don't let the 143 chapters be a turn off. Each and every one has a cliffhanger ending that will drive you on to the next and the next and the next..... I recommend the Hunter Series to anyone that loves a physiological thriller and is not bothered by graphic murder scenes.

  • Lady*M
    2018-12-21 08:33

    Much better - more coherent, tighter book than the first Robert Hunter novel. The point of view - which was jarring in the first book - is more focused (although still not what I prefer) and even the dialogue was better. That said, Hunter is still the rainmaker - brilliant, practically flawless - which doesn't make him really sympathetic, and he always has an ace up his sleeve, which makes him annoying. If he can get out of any situation, what is there to be afraid of (that second set of handcuff keys made me roll my eyes)?What sold the story for me was the case, or better said, the investigation. I find the nuances of police work very interesting, especially when it's done realistically (that too improved in this book). The murders won't be for the faint of the heart, so be warned. I like when author's next book is better than the last. If Carter keeps that trend, he will have a faithful reader in me. His books won't change the world, but they certainly can change a boring afternoon.

  • Ângela Costa
    2019-01-17 06:17

    O “Carrasco do Medo” é o segundo livro de Chris Carter e é de um nível de crueldade impressionável, superior ao primeiro. Chris Carter é um escritor com uma elevada criatividade para o macabro.O autor não poupa o leitor a detalhes sórdidos, não sendo aconselhável a estômagos mais sensíveis. Um assassino metódico com uma elevada paciência, um monstro que se alimenta do medo das suas vitimas, usando o que mais as aterroriza como forma de tortura, elevando a dor a uma dimensão alguma vez suportável. Com o ódio que lhes tem, transforma as suas mortes numa obra de arte arrepiante e digna do demónio, uma morte tão bem descrita no livro que não conseguimos evitar o assalto de imagens aterrorizantes à nossa mente. Adorei este livro, mais do que “o Assassino do Crucifixo”. Tornei-me fã deste autor e aguardo ansiosamente pelo terceiro.

  • Craig
    2018-12-25 09:25

    Well, another great read. The overall story was better than the first book BUT if you are like myself who loves old 80's horror / slasher movies you will work out the motive quite quickly haha. There was a character introduced that helped the cops with her 'visions', could have been awkward seeing as this series doesn't have fantastical elements but I felt it worked well enough. The good thing is you where kept guessing who the killer was which was made more difficult due to the inclusion of another killer doing the rounds part way through....enjoyable read! Lastly, a criticism, please, please stop describing people running their hands through their hair or over their faces every other paragraph haha :)

  • Highwind
    2019-01-11 06:39

    I have no idea why this book has so many excellent reviews. This is simple torture porn that uses gruesome scenes of murder and animal abuse to cover up the lack of true suspense and original plot.

  • Cerisaye
    2019-01-11 02:17

    Another outing for Robert Hunter and LAPD's Special Homicide Division. Pretty much more of the same, following on from Book one, so ever-more gruesome ways for a fiendish serial murderer to wreak vengeance on those responsible for making him/her into a killer. I love the criminal psychology that makes up so much of Carter's books, and how he manages to humanise the monsters of his creation, who have good reasons for what they do. The writing isn't going to win any awards, though I'd say it's improving, thankfully. Still too much unnecessary descriptive detail and clunky dialogue, but the story is compelling. I'd guessed the killer's identity b before the end- Carter needs more red herring characters- but that didn't spoil my enjoyment because finding out Why is as important as Whodunnit.I'm moving straight on to the next book in the series so Chris Carter must be doing something right.

  • Jacqueline Oestringer
    2018-12-31 08:38

    Der Vollstrecker - Ich weiß, wovor du Todesangst hastder Autor: Chris Carter, geboren 1965, studierte in Michigan forensische Psychologie und beriet viele Jahre die Staatsanwaltschaft. Dann zog er nach Los Angeles, dem Schauplatz seiner Thriller-Serie um Detective Robert Hunter. Chris Carter wurde 1965 in Brasilien als Sohn italienischer Einwanderer geboren. Er studierte in Michigan forensische Psychologie und arbeitete sechs Jahre lang als Kriminalpsychologe für die Staatsanwaltschaft. Dann zog er nach Los Angeles, wo er als Musiker Karriere machte. Gegenwärtig lebt Chris Carter in London. Seine Thriller um Profiler Robert Hunter sind allesamt Bestseller.Klappentext:Er weiß, wovor du Angst hast ...Ein Priester wird geköpft, seiner Leiche ein Hundekopf aufgesetzt. Eine Frau verbrennt bei lebendigem Leibe in einem verlassenen Haus. Eine weitere wird an den Füßen aufgehängt und in ihrer eigenen Badewanne ertränkt. Detective Robert Hunter und sein Kollege Garcia sind auf der Jagd nach einem brutalen und gewissenlosen Killer. Ein Killer ohne Erbarmen, der weiß, was seine Opfer am meisten fürchten. Zitate:„Im Gegensatz dazu litt sein Opfer, das vor ihm am Boden kauerte, panische Angst. Die Hände waren hoch über dem Kopf ans nackte Mauerwerk gekettet. Seine Stimme war heiser von Tränen und Blut, sein nackter Körper zitterte vor Erschöpfung. Seite 5Wenn ich dir also einen Rat geben darf: Mach deine Fotos, und dann sieh zu, dass du hier wegkommst. Du willst ganz sicher nicht, dass sich das Bild von da drinnen gleich zu Anfang deiner Karriere in dein Gedächtnis brennt. Vertrau mir. Seite 14/15 Als sie die Zunge von innen gegen die Lippen presste, spürte sie zwischen ihnen eine dünne, feste Schicht wie eine Membran. Erneut versuchte sie, den Mund aufzuzwängen, bis die zarte Haut ihrer Lippen zu reißen begann. Seite 98Charaktere:Robert Hunter ist einer der fähigsten und erfahrensten Detectives des Morddezernats I von Los Angeles. Gemeinsam mit seinem Partner Carlos Garcia, bildet er ein eingespieltes Team. Mittlerweile ist er zwar weitestgehend abgebrüht, was Grausamkeit und Gewalt betrifft, aber seine Menschlichkeit und Empathie hat er dennoch nie verloren. Er ist sympathisch und tut fast alles, um seine Fälle aufzuklären und den Opfern zu helfen. Und, obwohl er seit dem Tod seiner Mutter an chronischer Schlaflosigkeit leidet, gibt er immer Alles und löst dank seiner überdurchschnittlichen Intelligenz viele seiner Fälle.Carlos Garcia, die 2. Hälfte des erfolgreichen Ermittlerteams, ist ebenfalls ein sympathischer Typ. Er ist freundlich, zuvorkommend und unterstützt seinen Partner, wo er nur kann. Da Hunter oftmals handelt bevor er überhaupt erklärt, was er vorhat, muss Carlos seinem Partner manchmal einfach blind vertrauen, was ihm in der Regel nicht schwer fällt. Zumal dieser ihn schon einmal vor dem Tod bewahrt hat. Meinung:Ein Killer, der mit den Todesängsten seiner Opfer spielt und vor nichts zurückschreckt. Grausam, brutal und ohne jegliche Emotion malträtiert er seine Opfer bis zu deren qualvollem Tod. Schritt für Schritt versuchen Robert und Carlos ihm näher zu kommen um ihn aufzuhalten. Aber irgendwie scheint jede Erkenntnis nur neue Fragen aufzuwerfen und jede entdeckte Grausamkeit scheint von der nächsten nur noch getoppt zu werden. Worauf ist der Killer aus, was treibt ihn an? Unter dem größten erdenklichen Druck muss das Duo versuchen, ihn dingfest zu machen. Aber die Zeit wird knapp... Die Story beginnt mit den Qualen des 1. Opfers, wobei uns schon auf der ersten Seite die Grausamkeit und der Horror, mit denen der Killer vorgeht, vor Augen geführt wird. Eine Woge aus Hilflosigkeit und Angst erfasst uns und so vermag es Chris Carter auch dieses Mal wieder, mir bereits nach wenigen Sätzen -durch das hervorgerufene Kopfkino- beinahe physische Schmerzen zu bereiten. Band 2 dieser Reihe ist erneut wahrlich nichts für Zartbesaitete, denn auch dieses Mal spielt er wieder mit dem Grauen, wie es nur wenig Andere vermögen.Der Schreibstil ist flüssig, eingängig und sorgt in Kombination mit den ziemlich kurzen Kapiteln sowie kleinen Cliffhangern gegen deren Ende, für eine gute Grundspannung und eine stete Erhöhung. Zusätzlich dazu legt Chris Carter viel Wert darauf, uns die Opfer vorzustellen -ihre Ängste, Emotionen und Beweggründe-, um uns tiefer in die Geschichte zu involvieren und uns noch mehr mitleiden zu lassen, als wir es, auf Grund der detaillierten und grausamen Folterbeschreibungen, sowieso bereits tun ;) Für mich trifft hier einmal mehr Ekel und Widerwillen auf pure Faszination!! Ähnlich den Gaffern auf der Autobahn, die bei einem Unfall -auch wenn sie wissen, dass sie es nicht sollten- immer wieder hinschauen müssen.

  • Siobhan
    2018-12-26 10:22

    I had high hopes for this book following the first and I was not disappointed in any way. In fact, I can honestly say I enjoy the series so much that it has taken up the position of my second favourite crime series. In case you’re curious as to what my first is, it’s Sharon Bolton’s Lacey Flint series which I highly recommend. Still, if you haven’t jumped into the Robert Hunter books I highly recommend you do.Throughout you’re faced with twists and turns, questions going unanswered until the right moment. Unlike a number of crime books which I have read over the last few months this one is not predictable: throughout you are second guessing everything, your ideas changing as more information comes out in the open. Finding a crime series in which I do not work things out before the end is always great, hence why I recommend these so highly. Moreover, there’s some laughter in there too – so that you’re not constantly stuck in the darkness of the crime.Honestly, if you’re a crime fan pick up the Robert Hunter series: I assure you, you will not regret it!

  • Telma Oliveira
    2019-01-15 05:24

    Sem dúvida um dos melhores livros que li este ano e sem dúvida o melhor que li do género! Não é um livro para todas as pessoas, o grau de violência não é para todos os estômago nem para pessoas mais sensíveis. Mas para quem gosta do género e tem estômago forte tem de ler obrigatoriamente este livro! Normalmente consigo descobrir quem é o assassino e neste livro não consegui e surpreendeu-me até a ultima página! A acção começa logo na primeira página e só acaba na ultima, com capítulos curtos, suspense, narrativa rápida, uma historia bem conseguida, personagens bem construídas e revelando conhecimentos de tanatologia (algo que nem todos os autores se dão ao trabalho de pesquisar e escrevem coisas parvas sobre cadáveres e sobre o estado de decomposição dos mesmos).Aconselho a não lerem a sinopse apenas a saberem que é acerca de um assassino e como o livro diz "Imagine o seu pior medo… e depois conheça o seu pior pesadelo".

  • Emina
    2019-01-11 10:40

    Robert Hunter ne posustaje, i dalje je najbolji detektiv zapadne hemisfere. Čovjek sve kuži i nepresušna je riznica znanja. Ima pokuju manu ali one su tu da samo istknu njegovu tri ssuperiornost u odnosu na sve ostale. Čovjek spava sata.Inače, sam slučaj nije los dapače. Vrlo zanimljivo,i sama istraga kao i njen tok su definitivno najkvalitetniji dijelovi knjige.Nastavljam sa serijalom.

  • Henri Moreaux
    2019-01-07 07:35

    A good serial killer novel is hard to find amongst the chaff of modern rushed to print novels.This is a good serial killer novel.It's the second in the series but that doesn't prevent it from being an enjoyable read (I didn't read the first); and you still have plenty of character depth without reading the first book.Worth a look!