Speaking in Tongues - Jeffrey Deaver Reviews
Description:ISBN 0684871262 / Author: Jeffery Deaver / Genre: Crime / Thriller / The prolific Deaver is back in this story about how secrets can break a family apart. When Megan McCall, teenage daughter of divorced couple Tate (workaholic husband) and Bett (promiscuous wife) disappears, ... more
Speaking in Tongues - Jeffrey Deaver ... everyone assumes she ran away. After all, she had been seeing a psychiatrist ever since her alleged suicide attempt, and it was clear she was unhappy at home. We learn early on, however, that a madman impersonating a psychiatrist has abducted her, but we do not know why.
Newest Review: ... rebuild his life. This means also trying to be a father (of sorts) to his teenage daughter, Meg, as well as be civil to ... more
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by - written on 17/11/08 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Speaking in Tongues - Jeffrey Deaver ~ About the Author ~ Jeffrey Deaver is American and has a number of accomplishments under his belt. He was also a journalist and Attorney, he has also been a folk singer, and is now a number one best selling writer, best known for his crime and thriller style. He is also the winner of various awards in the industry. Perhaps his best known work is The Bone Collector which was made into a movie, starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie. The Bone Collector is also the first book to feature Lincoln Rhyme who then features in further books to complete a series. Speaking in Tongues is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/01, updated on 08/08/01 (Useful, 65 readings)
The title is somewhat misleading, but that's a small price to pay for this enjoyable book. I had read the Bone Collector some time ago, and was looking forward to reading another Deaver book. The plot centres around 2 main characters Tate Collier, a successful attorney and Aaron Matthews, a hugely intelligent pyschopath. Aaron kidnaps Tate's daughter and in doing so brings together Tate and his estranged wife as they desperately try and find her. There are plenty of good turns and twists, and at times it is a verifiable page turner, however some of the plot points can tend to rely on the readers suspension of disbelief a little too ... Read the complete review
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