The Cutting Edge (Lincoln Rhyme, #14) by Jeffery Deaver

The Cutting Edge (Lincoln Rhyme, #14)

DANGEROUSLY GOOD. DISTINCTIVELY DEAVER. Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs return to New York City to confront a killer terrorizing couples at their happiest--and most vulnerable. In the early hours of a quiet, weekend morning in Manhattan's Diamond District, a brutal triple murder shocks the city. Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs quickly take the case. Curiously, the killer has left behind a half-million dollars' worth of gems at the murder scene, a...


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TitleThe Cutting Edge (Lincoln Rhyme, #14)
ISBN9781455536429
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Release DateApr 10th, 2018
PublisherGrand Central Publishing
GenreMystery, Fiction, Crime
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Reviews The Cutting Edge (Lincoln Rhyme, #14)

  • Patrice Hoffman
    1970-01-01
    Back in the saddle with Jeffery Deaver and his crime fighting duo Amelia Sachs and Lincoln Rhyme. Although I've read most of the books in this series I can't help but picture Rhyme as Denzel Washington and Sachs as Angelina Jolie because of The Bone Collector movie I saw year before picking up the book of the same title. I know, I know Rhyme is nowhere near being a black dude but this is what happens when I see movies before reading the book. The...
  • OutlawPoet
    1970-01-01
    So, the other day, after a series of disappointing reads, I turned to Jeffery Deaver and Lincoln Rhyme for a sure thing.Sure enough, in a few pages, I was deep in a complicated mystery, compelling characters, and learning more than I ever knew about diamonds and diamond cutting. I had no idea the subject was so fascinating!Now, I’ll admit that, for a while, I thought Deaver had made a misstep with his villain. At times, the villain seemed more ...
  • KC
    1970-01-01
    Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs are back to investigate the brutal and torturous killings of a soon to be wed couple and their jeweler at his diamond district establishment. Simultaneously an additional story unfolds in Brooklyn where a drilling construction site is home to numerous and extremely rare earth quakes that set off gas leaks and explosions resulting in a few fatalities. Rhyme and his team must conclude whether these two circumstances a...
  • Elaine Tomasso
    1970-01-01
    I would like to thank Netgalley and Hodder & Stoughton for an advance copy of The Cutting Edge, the 14th novel to feature criminalist Lincoln Rhyme and detective Amelia Sachs of NYPD.Lincoln and Amelia are asked to investigate a particularly brutal killing where a top diamantaire (diamond cutter) has been tortured and killed along with his clients, a newly engaged couple, in the workshop to pick up their engagement ring. Despite the theft of uncu...
  • Diane
    1970-01-01
    The Cutting Edge (Lincoln Rhyme #14) by author Jeffrey Deaver is another fast-paced thriller featuring criminal consultants, Lincoln Rhymes and Amelia Sachs. In this book, the recent murders of engaged couples or the soon-to-be-brides may not be the underlying reason for the brutal killings and attempted murders. The serial killer, unsub 47 has been given the name of The Promisor because he seems to be targeting certain diamantaires and couples w...
  • Jena Henry
    1970-01-01
    Criminalist Lincoln Rhyme to Detective Amelia Sachs: "Didn't we say this whole plot was complicated?"Thirteen books in the Lincoln Rhyme and I am still thrilled and eager to crack open the latest in the series. And Book 14 in the series, The Cutting Edge, is an …" Oh, wow!" Actually I give this book five "Oh Wows!" on the Richter scale (which does have relevance to the story.)At this point, Lincoln and Amelia need no introduction other than to ...
  • J.D. Dehart
    1970-01-01
    I first encountered Jeffery Deaver in his treatment on James Bond, the novel Carte Blanche from 2011. Since then, I've sped through several Lincoln Rhyme stories. The Cutting Edge takes what we readers know of Deaver's work and maximizes it.There is tension and suspense, of course, but this title packs an additional and surprising pathos. The story takes turns, veers, and twists, as Deaver's work does, and the result is gripping and far from stal...
  • Joyce
    1970-01-01
    5 starsA vicious triple murder takes place in New York Diamond District on a Saturday. Having just returned to New York, Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs are asked to assist with the case. As Amelia examines the scene, Lincoln gathers the team. There is evidence that a witness got away. This is young Vimal Lahori who is a diamond cutter. Wounded by the gunman, he flees. The man who had an appointment prior to the killings, Saul Weintraub, is also i...
  • Diane Saul
    1970-01-01
    Lincoln Rhymes and Amelia Sachs are working on a case in the diamond district of New York. A diamond cutter was found tortured and murdered and an engaged couple who had stopped by to pick up their rings were also murdered. The culprit took uncut diamonds from the scene but left behind cut diamonds worth a lot of money. When more couples are targeted it seems the people are the target not the diamonds. The killer aka the Promiser has left a witne...
  • Dez Nemec
    1970-01-01
    The Cutting Edge is the 14th of the Lincoln Rhyme/Amelia Sachs series.It's Saturday morning and the Diamond District is extremely quiet. A man follows an engaged couple into a specialty diamond designer's office, kills them both, tortures and kills the proprietor, and steals just a few gems. Unfortunately, the assistant walks in and is shot, but gets away injured. The killer tracks down the proprietor's other morning appointment, Saul Weintraub, ...
  • gem
    1970-01-01
    I have been a fan of Jeffery Deaver for so long, and I’m always really excited when there’s a new Lincoln Rhyme story out.The Cutting Edge is like Die Hard meets Bones with a bit more of a mystery thrown in for good measure. The plot is, as always, superb and full of twists and turns as Rhyme and Sachs try and uncover the identity of The Promiser, a brutal murderer hell bent on ruining couples happy engagements (it’s certainly put me off go...
  • Jannelies
    1970-01-01
    Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC of this book.Lincoln and Amelia, now safely married, return in a rather complicated adventure. As usual, Deaver tells several stories that in the end merge into one, but it is sometimes difficult to see the connections. The book is full of names and acronyms and everybody is a suspect. There are several cliffhangers but as a whole, the story is actually not very exciting. However, you do not read Deavers' books for...
  • Lisa
    1970-01-01
    A diamond merchant is tortured and murdered. The young couple in his shop to pick up an engagement ring are also brutally murdered on what should have been a happy occasion. Lincoln Rhyme, his new bride Amelia Sachs and their team are called upon to work the case. All is not as it seems in the latest Lincoln Rhyme novel, as the case twists and turns quicker than a rattlesnake. When the action pauses, prepare to learn about diamonds from mining to...
  • Nic
    1970-01-01
    ⭐⭐⭐ 3 StarsThis was my first Jeffery Deaver book and I did enjoy it however for me it lacked that magic ingredient to keep you hooked.It was a police procedural style book, with very detailed chapters.Enjoyable but won’t blow your mind. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 3 StarsThis was my first Jeffery Deaver book and I did enjoy it however for me it lacked that magic ingredient to keep you hooked.It was a police procedural style book, with very detai...
  • Breakaway Reviewers
    1970-01-01
    Too many things made little or no senseThis is the 14th book in the Lincoln Rhyme series. He is married to detective Amelia Sachs and acts as a consultant for hire by anyone who needs the benefit of his scalpel-like dissection of facts and evidence.The setting is New York and focuses initially on the diamond cutting sector. A world-renowned diamond cutter is murdered along with an engaged couple. The cutter’s apprentice disturbs the killer and ...
  • Illustrious Illusions
    1970-01-01
    I've always loved this series and while I've missed a few books, I was excited to jump back in. And I'm still not disappointed!Technical, suspenseful, surprising are all good words to describe this. Add the fact hat my jaw dropped at the end. I love those extra twists :)
  • Melody Morris
    1970-01-01
    The Cutting Edge – Jeffrey DeaverI was fortunate to receive this novel as an Advance Reader Copy, in exchange for an objective review.Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs are back in another complex mystery – this one involving the diamond industry. This novel opens as a young couple are arriving at a quiet Midtown New York building to see a reticent jeweler/diamond cutter, who has created the perfect engagement ring for them. All of a sudden, an a...