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O Voyeur Ao longo de trinta anos Jonathan Stride o carism tico detetive que chefia a Brigada de Detetives da pol cia de Duluth foi assombrado por um crime do passado o violento e incompreens vel homic dio d

  • Title: O Voyeur
  • Author: Brian Freeman
  • ISBN: 9789722346597
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ao longo de trinta anos, Jonathan Stride, o carism tico detetive que chefia a Brigada de Detetives da pol cia de Duluth, foi assombrado por um crime do passado o violento e incompreens vel homic dio de Laura Starr Mas quando Tish Verdure regressa cidade na posse de novas provas e determinada a reabrir o processo para que o assassino da sua amiga de juventude seja puniAo longo de trinta anos, Jonathan Stride, o carism tico detetive que chefia a Brigada de Detetives da pol cia de Duluth, foi assombrado por um crime do passado o violento e incompreens vel homic dio de Laura Starr Mas quando Tish Verdure regressa cidade na posse de novas provas e determinada a reabrir o processo para que o assassino da sua amiga de juventude seja punido, Stride ganha um novo f lego e d in cio a uma nova investiga o.

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    1. Hacía mucho tiempo que no leía nada de Brian Freeman y ha sido un placer reencontrarme con Serena y Stride.El libro me ha gustado mucho y me ha mantenido enganchada durante toda la lectura. La trama tierne varios giros que ayudan a mantener la tensión.Pronto leeré alguno más de esta serie.**Próxima reseña en el blog**

    2. The 4th in the Jonathan Stride series- I'd say this is 3.5 , but being that I was feeling generous. You get to know more about Strides past, high school days and meeting his first wife. I have to say some of this book was a 'tad' bit over the top- but hey, aren't they all at some point or another? Another reason why I give this a 4 , because I really do like the Jonathan Stride character. For those who never read any of these books- best bet is to start at book number 1 "Immoral" which was an ou [...]

    3. Interesting back and forth on a decades-old cold case. Freeman writes a lot of abusive mom storylines, which are the most disturbing parts of these books. I think I need to slow down and space these out more, so that I'm not irritated with the major storm coinciding with main character critically injured formula at the peak of each book. (It's a bit Tom Cruise action movie-esque.) I think he could write a Duluth mystery with a little less bloodshed and still make it great - his multi-layered cri [...]

    4. Jonathan Stride's deceased wife's sister was savagely murdered 30 years ago and the case was never solved. A woman comes to town supposedly to write a book about that murder, the death of her best friend while Stride and Maggie are trying to catch someone who's been peeping in the windows of young blonde girls. There are secrets, too many to mention and Stride uncovers explosive events that led to that murder, he finds that the ripples of her death changed everyone's lives, including his own.Nic [...]

    5. Brian Freeman has been climbing the ranks as one of my favorite authors over the past few years. His first three books really impressed me so I was eagerly anticipating IN THE DARK and had heard it was going to be the most emotional book of the Stride/Dial series. Often I find myself a bit disappointed after reading a long-awaited book because it just doesn't live up to the hype THE DARK was NOT one of these books.Every Brian Freeman book has a "killer" prologue and this one screams chapter one [...]

    6. As an avid fan of John Sanford, Patricia Cornwell, Robin Cook, etc, this book was actually quite a disappointment. My parents rave about them, but I found In the Dark to be the most sensationalized book I've ever read. Seemed as though Mr. Freeman didn't have enough material to write a compelling muder mystery. The solution appears to be cramming in every cliched, ridiculous "plot twist" imaginable. Pregnancy, incest, infidelity, homosexuality, struck by lightning? Death-defying tumbles off the [...]

    7. Mais um livro do Brian Freeman mais 5* atribuidas.Um enredo bem construído, uma história cativante os fantasmas do passado sao tramados :)Deve ter sido dos raros livros em q adivinhei o assassino bem cedo.No fim disto tudo tenho pena que nao existam mais livros deste autor editados em Portugues :( este é o 4° da saga, ja foram editados 7 mas a Presença ficou-se por aqui pode ser q a TopSeller pegue neste autor ;)

    8. adorei adorei adore!!! Fiquei fã do autor! Mas que livro cheio de surpresas! Sai nas livrarias amanhã dia 15 de Novembro - Editorial Presença - comprem e leiam :)

    9. "In the Dark" focuses on the 30-year-old murder of Lt. Jonathan Strike's sister-in-law, Laura Starr. This unsolved crime was dredged up by Laura's friend, Tish, as part of a true crime book she's writing. Strike is initially unwilling to assist Tish with reopening the investigation, but she brings him new evidence that calls into question the assumption that the murderer was an itinerant. Suspects abound and new clues swirl around Strike and his team as he attempts to make sense of what he's lea [...]

    10. While I have really enjoyed all of the books in the Jonathan Stride series, this one is an interesting and intriguing twist. While set in current day, it revisits the cold case that made Jonathan take the path into law enforcement in the first place, the murder of his wife's sister. It had interesting twists and while you think you know who the killer is the potential suspect list keeps growing as he delves into the past. After all these years, is it a case worth solving or better off left alone [...]

    11. …” the parallel postulate. “ Rikke shrugged. “If two lines cross a third and form less than two right angles, then eventually the two lines will meet if extended far enough. Why on earth do you find that so interesting?”“It’s something I find in most of my investigations,” Stride told her. “Sooner or later, the lines always intersect.”I don’t remember much from my high school geometry class, but as I read In the Dark, the parallel postulate began to make sense. A peeper is [...]

    12. I love reading books with cold cases. I love the angles, the twists, and the clues that were never followed up on when the case was hot. A case that has detective Jonathan Stride reliving a past of family and a lost love. His wife, Cindy has passed on from cancer going on about 5 years now and before they were married, she lost her sister to a horrid crime in the woods, on July 4th. A special night that caused Cindy much grief if only she had been there for her sister. A night that Jonny and Cin [...]

    13. Brian Freeman's Jonothan Stride novels are quickly becoming my favorite on going series. His deftness at writing engaging characters, broaching adult subjects without going overboard, and mixing wonderfully interesting plots with great twists and turns is really hard to beat.Stride loved his late wife Cindy fiercely. Thirty years ago events happened in their lives that would change them both forever, especially Stride. As it happens, on the first night Stride and Cindy decide to take their relat [...]

    14. REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK; OCTOBER 20, 2016Narrators: Joe Barrett, Carrington MacDuffie 4 stars for some tense moments, 2 stars for being such a depressing book (for me) and it will be awhile before I pick another Jonathan Stride book. It's another one of those all-but-the-kitchen-sink books - a cold case, murder, lesbian lovers, incest, characters who die that I wish had been sparedI both hated and "liked" this installment. "Like" only in that I wanted to know who killed Laura and stuck to the end. H [...]

    15. Not a fan of this. Over the top and all over the place. Half-way through I put it down and didn't bother picking it up again for two weeks, and you know if I do that with a mystery it's a bad sign. Normally I compulsively read even the bad ones, but this I just didn't care.

    16. This was an above average novel of a crime committed 35 years in the past. I can't remember what I said last week but in this book they not only remember times, dates and events but also conversations.

    17. In the DarkBrian FreemanCindy Star was married to Jonathan Stride despite his mother’s apprehension and fears that she would lose her son to this young girl. Cindy died five years ago but author Brian Freeman has decided to allow readers to get to her know, how she and Jonathan connected the first time and what happens when she wants to share her experience with her sister, Laura. Coming home in total disarray and not wanting to even wash away one shred of evidence that she and Jonathan were t [...]

    18. This story takes the reader back to Jonathan Stride's high school days when he is dating Cindy. While having a romantic evening with Cindy, her sister, Laura, is murdered. The crime is never solved. Fast forward to present time, and an old classmate shows up with new information for Stride. He decides to look into it again, and finds a lot of buried secrets throughout the town. This story puts a strain on Stride and his love interest as he goes back in time to the romance of his first wife. It k [...]

    19. Four stars may be a bit kind for this entry in the generally excellent Jonathan Stride series. Excerpts from a book about the crime (it's a cold case) is an original way of doing flashbacks but I found it irritating. Freeman does as usual weave a very complex but plausible (barely!) story and in the end you come away satisfied.

    20. Thank god it’s over. I struggled with finishing this book. It was written weird and there was so much going on that of course gets all tied together at the very end which was ridiculous. I was not impressed

    21. Loved itReally enjoy this authors books. He makes you feel like you are right there, can't wait to start the next in this series.

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