Heat Wave (Nikki Heat Series, Book One) - Richard Castle Reviews
Description:ISBN 1781166277 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Richard Castle / Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2012-10-26 by Titan Books
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by - written on 01/11/13 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Heat Wave by "Richard Castle" is one thing and one thing only, a fun novelty in joke for fans of the show. Luckily I am a fan of the show. The book itself is all part of the gag. The back cover includes a picture of Nathan Fillion as author Richard Castle and a short blurb about him. Within the book we also get an acknowledgements section as written from Castle. Each of these contains little Easter egg gags and references for those that have watched the show to enjoy and enjoy them I did. Now for the story. Well this is the first Nikki Heat story and all of the Heat universe characters are stand ins for the characters in the Castle show. ... Read the complete review
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