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The Twelfth Card: Lincoln Rhyme Book 6

No Author Listed, Jeffery Deaver

5 Reviews

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Fiction, Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense

The sixth thriller in Jeffery Deaver's bestselling 'Lincoln Rhyme' series unravels an explosive historical mystery, and features one of Deaver's most spectacular twists.

Geneva Settle is a bright young high school student from Harlem writing a paper about one of her ancestors, a former slave called Charles Singleton. Geneva is also the target of a ruthless professional killer.

Criminalist Lincoln Rhyme and his police officer partner Amelia Sachs are called into the case, working frantically to anticipate where the hired gun will strike next and how to stop him, all the while trying to get to the truth of Charles Singleton, and the reason that Geneva has been targeted.

For Charles Singleton had a secret - a secret that may strike at the very heart of the United States constitution, and have disastrous consequences for human rights today. And Sachs is going to have to search a crime scene that's 140 years old before she can stop the killer.

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Praise for The Twelfth Card: Lincoln Rhyme Book 6

  • Deaver's investigators are two of crime fiction's most enduring characters, and once again he spins a fascinating and intriguing story. A certain hit. - Independent on Sunday

  • The most creative, skilled and intriguing thriller writer in the world . . . [Deaver] has produced a stunning series of bestsellers with unique characterisation, intelligent characters, beguiling plots and double-barrelled and sometimes triple-barrelled solutions. - Daily Telegraph

  • The best psychological thriller writer around. - The Times

  • One of the world's best plotters - his intricate twists and turns catch out even the hardened thriller reader . . . This is a true master at work - elegant, assured, supremely crafted thriller writing at its very best. - Daily Mail

  • There is no one better at wrong-footing the reader. - Evening Standard

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