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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    Robert Ferrigno
  • ISBN:
    0425161498
  • ISBN13:
    978-0425161494
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  • Publisher:
    Berkley (January 1, 1998)
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • FB2 format
    1988 kb
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    1671 kb
  • DJVU format
    1478 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    226
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Robert Ferrigno (born 1947) is an American author of crime novels and of speculative fiction.

Robert Ferrigno (born 1947) is an American author of crime novels and of speculative fiction. Eight books published between 1990 and 2004 were additions to the detective and thriller genres, while the post 9/11 'Assassin trilogy' is set in an imagined United States dominated by Islam. The Horse Latitudes (1990), his first.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Now, Ferrigno turns these gifts to tantalizing effect in his most suspenseful novel to date. A single-hit ex-rock star. When Nick discovers the dead, and naked, bodies of his wife and his former best friend in his hot tub.

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Robert Ferrigno is an American author of crime novels and of speculative fiction. I've written twelve novels in the last twenty years, most crime thrillers.

There are two people in Nick's hot tub. One is Nick's wife  . Robert Ferrigno is an American author of crime novels and of speculative fiction. Sins of the Assassin was a finalist for the Edgar, Best Novel, by the Mystery Writers of America in 2008, and my comic short story, "Can I Help You Out?" won the Silver Dagger, Best Short Story, by the Mystery Association of Great Britain. Seri Robert Ferrigno is an American author of crime novels and of speculative fiction.

by. Ferrigno, Robert. New York : Berkley Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. In the second book of Ferrigno's spectacular Assassin Trilogy, Rakkim Epps battles radical fundamentalist forces in a futuristic America, now a divided blood-soaked dystopia. Will he survive? Can America ever be unified again? The year is 2043. New York and Washington, . have been leveled by nuclear bombs.

When Nick discovers the dead, and naked, bodies of his wife and his former best friend in his hot tub, suspicion turns on those closest to Nick as well as Nick himself, and he is forced to defend his innocence while tracking down the real killer.

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When Nick discovers the dead, and naked, bodies of his wife and his former best friend in his hot tub, suspicion turns on those closest to Nick as well as Nick himself, and he is forced to defend his innocence while tracking down the real killer. Reprint.

Weiehan
To Say Robert Ferrgino's forth novel "Dead Silent" is disappointing would be a major understatement. "Dead Silent lacks the imagination, grittiness, and sharp dialogue that past Ferrigno novels have. I know Ferrigno tries to show the Los Angeles dark side, however this story is too mundane to keep the reader interested.
The novel is about ex-rock star Nick Carbonne who comes home and finds his best friend and his wife shot to death in the hot tub together. Carbonne is the main suspect, and teams up with the best friend's girlfriend to find the real killer. Their journey takes them deep into the underworld of the music industry, phone sex industry and the mob.
In total this book is a major flop. The characters are all the same cookie cutter charatcers. They are all know it all, pinhead punks. Even the Blue Angel character who held the beginings the book together, dissolved into something unlikable. What happened to characters like Quinn and Jen from "Dead Man's Dance" and "Cheshire Moon". What happened to the great plots like Ferrigno's first novel "The Horse Latitudes". Hopefully Ferrigno can regain his form.
Flower
Okay, judging from all the other reviews it's obvious that I'm not the only person who didn't like this book. Since Ferrigno has written several other books that are quite good, it truly does seem like this is one that just got cranked out in a hurry without much thought. The plot is weak, the characters mostly unlikeable...I found very little to like about this book at all. In fact, the only reason I gave it two stars instead of one is because the villianous character called The Angel was rather amusing. All in all, I would say avoid this book and buy one of Ferrigno's other novels. This one is just really, really bad...as my title says, it's only slightly better than terrible.
Wal
"There are two bodies in Nick's hot tub" begins the blurb on the cover of this book. Since I was going to be spending the rest of the day at home recovering from a root canal, I thought this book would be the perfect mindless accompaniment to laying on the couch and eating pain medication. I should have requested another root canal instead. Muddy plot, interchangeable characters that you ultimately don't care about anyway, unconvincing sex scenes, and a laughable prose style made this book extremely disappointing, and not the page-turner I had hoped for.
Sirara
This book was on someone's list of "Great Thriller" books, so I picked it up. Please, do yourself a favor and instead of reading this book, spend some quality time jamming a fork into your ear.
Complete waste of time. I want my money back.
Kage
I bought this book when I was in Vermont, with little else to do. I hoped for a good story and was disappointed. Robert Ferigno's grade-schoolish prose and unconvincing characters make me wonder if the book was actually written by Lou Ferigno.
Case in point: Early on in the novel we meet the bad guy "Doc" - an annoying, know-it-all pinhead. Some time later we meet a convenience store attendant "Bradley", the annoying, know-it-all pinhead and his brother "Perry" the annoying, know-it-all pinhead. Someone seems to have run out of character types.
Delan
I'm really surprised by the savage reviews here. In my opinion, Ferrigno has written another interesting, cool book with a plot that kept me guessing and a relationship that I kept rooting for. I've read his first three and now this one, and I've thoroughly enjoyed them all.