(Redemption) [Kindle] ´ David Baldacci

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  • Redemption
  • David Baldacci
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  • 02 January 2018
  • 9781538761410

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David Baldacci è 6 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Redemption î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Changed He maintains he never committed the murders Could it be possible that Decker made a mistake all those years ago As he starts digging into the old case Decker finds a startling connection to a new crime that he may be able to prevent if only he can put the pieces together uickly enou. Amos Decker a cop who also done some work with the FBI is visiting his home town of Burlington Ohio on his daughter s birthday Well accurately it s his late daughter as she and her mother Decker s beloved wife were brutally murdered some while ago As he sits by the grave he s visited by a man he thought he d never see again Meryl Hawkins was the subject of Decker s first murder investigation as a police officer and he was subseuently sent down for life for the murder of four people But it seems that Hawkins has been released early suffering from terminal cancer In a brief conversation with Decker he claims his innocence stating that the cops got it wrong big time Amos is not someone to leave loose end so he seeks out his ex partner with a view to walking through the Hawkins case again He doesn t think they got it wrong as the evidence seemed irrevocable but he wants to set his mind to rest But events soon mean that he s drawn into reviewing the case from top to bottom could it be that somehow they missed something or were misledThis is the fifth book in the series and it s clear that a late joiner I ve not yet read the earlier books I ve missed out on uite a bit of relevant history And although this book can certainly be read as a standalone it s worth noting that there are uite a few references to acts and people previously featured in the series I was definitely left with the impression that I d have been better off reading these books in order That said other than the tragedy impacting his family the only other key piece of information to know about our front man is that he suffers from a condition called hyperthymesia which means that all his memories are permanently stored in his brain The condition brought on by a severe blow to his head is both a blessing and a curse his powers of recall are faultless so that once he s seen something he can pull up the memory and pick out as much detail as he wishes but the downside is that he s also permanently haunted by visions of the bad events in his life I liked both Decker and his ex partner they re presented as believable and interesting characters trying to do the right thing whilst also attempting to address significant challenges in their own lives The the most part this book worked really well with the re investigation being broken down into reasonable steps and relevant challenges being made to actions previously taken However I do have a couple of bones to pick with it Firstly I had some issues with a few of the minor characters there s the slightly less able cop that had seen his career pushed aside by the gifted Decker and the boss cop who clearly for reasons unspecified here had the severe hump with our hero neither convinced me The same went for a couple of the other characters Secondly there s the big ending in which all becomes clear a scene that to me simply felt overplayed and totally implausible That said it s a fun read and as I ve already got episode four ready to roll as an audiobook I ll certainly give this series another try it s a decent concept and in Decker I think Baldacci has created a fictional character with some depthMy thanks to Pan Macmillan and NetGalley for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review A Biography of Innovations uickly enou. Amos Decker a cop who also done some work with the FBI is visiting his home town of Burlington Ohio on his daughter s birthday Well accurately it s his late daughter as she and her mother Decker s beloved wife were brutally murdered some while ago As he sits by the grave he s visited by a man he thought he d never see again Meryl Hawkins was the subject of Decker s first murder investigation as a police officer and he was subseuently sent down for life for the murder of four people But it seems that Hawkins has been released early suffering from terminal cancer In a brief conversation with Decker he claims his innocence stating that the cops got it wrong big time Amos is not someone to leave loose end so he seeks out his ex partner with a view to walking through the Hawkins case again He doesn t think they got it wrong as the evidence seemed irrevocable but he wants to set his mind to rest But events soon mean that he s drawn into reviewing the case from top to bottom could it be that somehow they missed something or were misledThis is the fifth book in the series and it s clear that a late joiner I ve not yet read the earlier books I ve missed out on Ni arte ni parte uite a bit of relevant history And although this book can certainly be read as a standalone it s worth noting that there are Ni arte ni parte uite a few references to acts and people previously featured in the series I was definitely left with the impression that I d have been better off reading these books in order That said other than the tragedy impacting his family the only other key piece of information to know about our front man is that he suffers from a condition called hyperthymesia which means that all his memories are permanently stored in his brain The condition brought on by a severe blow to his head is both a blessing and a curse his powers of recall are faultless so that once he s seen something he can pull Noticias De Los Montoneros up the memory and pick out as much detail as he wishes but the downside is that he s also permanently haunted by visions of the bad events in his life I liked both Decker and his ex partner they re presented as believable and interesting characters trying to do the right thing whilst also attempting to address significant challenges in their own lives The the most part this book worked really well with the re investigation being broken down into reasonable steps and relevant challenges being made to actions previously taken However I do have a couple of bones to pick with it Firstly I had some issues with a few of the minor characters there s the slightly less able cop that had seen his career pushed aside by the gifted Decker and the boss cop who clearly for reasons Skin Talks unspecified here had the severe hump with our hero neither convinced me The same went for a couple of the other characters Secondly there s the big ending in which all becomes clear a scene that to me simply felt overplayed and totally implausible That said it s a fun read and as I ve already got episode four ready to roll as an audiobook I ll certainly give this series another try it s a decent concept and in Decker I think Baldacci has created a fictional character with some depthMy thanks to Pan Macmillan and NetGalley for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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David Baldacci è 6 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Redemption î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB When he's approached by an unfamiliar man But he instantly recognizes the man's name Meryl Hawkins He's the first person Decker ever arrested for murder back when he was a young detective Though a dozen years in prison have left Hawkins unrecognizably aged and terminally ill one thing hasn't. In this 5th book in the Amos Decker series the detective re investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago The book can be read as a standaloneFormer Burlington Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI His partner is Agent Alex Jamison whom he first met when she was a journalist and who s now his platonic roommate Decker is assisted in his investigative work by a condition called hyperthymesia which was caused by a massive head injury when he was a young football player The hyperthymesia gives Decker the ability to recall in vivid detail everything he s ever seen read or experienced Decker s family was brutally killed four years ago and he returns to Ohio every year to visit their graves Decker and Jamison are standing in the Burlington cemetery when they re approached by a sick shuffling man who identifies himself as Meryl Hawkins Decker remembers Hawkins a perp he helped put away 13 years ago for killing businessman Don Richards Richards two young children and a banker named David Katz who happened to be in Richards house Hawkins says he s been released from prison because he s terminally ill He goes on to assert that he was wrongly convicted that he has new information about the Richards and Katz murders and that he wants Decker to investigate Decker agrees to meet Hawkins later on but the convict himself is killed before that can happen When he thinks back Decker recalls that the RichardsKatz murder case was open and shut Hawkins fingerprint was found in the Richards house the murder gun was found in Hawkins closet and Hawkins DNA was found under the fingernails of one of the dead children Because Hawkins was clearly the killer Decker didn t carefully consider other evidence like autopsy results When Hawkins is murdered Decker becomes concerned that as a newly minted homicide cop he might have put away an innocent man Thus Decker decides to re investigate the four old murders as well as Hawkins recent deathDecker s partner Alex Jamison has to leave for other FBI business but Decker remains in Ohio to look into the killings As a result Decker gets STRONG pushback from jealous and abrasive Burlington detectives and is even put in jail for a few hoursDecker carries on regardless He manages to get a copy of the murder file he visits the original RichardsKatz murder scene he re interviews family members he speaks to witnesses he looks for new evidence and so on All this frightens someone because murders occur and Decker himself is almost shot As a result Decker s friend Melvin Mars who was on death row before Decker intervened comes to Ohio to protect Decker and assist with the inuiries Little by little Decker unveils an intricate diabolical scheme that led to the murders over a decade ago as well as the current killingsDecker who s always been rather unemotional due to his head injury has a lot of personal challenges in this book His good friend has marriage problems and early onset Alzheimer s he s angry at himself for a shoddy original investigation and he s in danger of losing his job because he disregarded FBI orders This humanizes the detective and makes him a little relatableI enjoyed the book but it s not the best entry in the Amos Decker series IMO For one thing the first part of the book consists of Decker and his associates discussing the original crimes again and again which gets repetitive and tedious For another thing I have a problem with the elaborate criminal scheme Decker uncovers which reuires too much suspension of disbelief for me Still this is a good series with interesting characters Recommended to mystery fans You can follow my reviews at La belle au bois dormant unfamiliar man But he instantly recognizes the man's name Meryl Hawkins He's the first person Decker ever arrested for murder back when he was a young detective Though a dozen years in prison have left Hawkins No Breaking My Heart Barefoot William Beach #5 unrecognizably aged and terminally ill one thing hasn't. In this 5th book in the Amos Decker series the detective re investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago The book can be read as a standaloneFormer Burlington Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI His partner is Agent Alex Jamison whom he first met when she was a journalist and who s now his platonic roommate Decker is assisted in his investigative work by a condition called hyperthymesia which was caused by a massive head injury when he was a young football player The hyperthymesia gives Decker the ability to recall in vivid detail everything he s ever seen read or experienced Decker s family was brutally killed four years ago and he returns to Ohio every year to visit their graves Decker and Jamison are standing in the Burlington cemetery when they re approached by a sick shuffling man who identifies himself as Meryl Hawkins Decker remembers Hawkins a perp he helped put away 13 years ago for killing businessman Don Richards Richards two young children and a banker named David Katz who happened to be in Richards house Hawkins says he s been released from prison because he s terminally ill He goes on to assert that he was wrongly convicted that he has new information about the Richards and Katz murders and that he wants Decker to investigate Decker agrees to meet Hawkins later on but the convict himself is killed before that can happen When he thinks back Decker recalls that the RichardsKatz murder case was open and shut Hawkins fingerprint was found in the Richards house the murder gun was found in Hawkins closet and Hawkins DNA was found A Biography of Innovations under the fingernails of one of the dead children Because Hawkins was clearly the killer Decker didn t carefully consider other evidence like autopsy results When Hawkins is murdered Decker becomes concerned that as a newly minted homicide cop he might have put away an innocent man Thus Decker decides to re investigate the four old murders as well as Hawkins recent deathDecker s partner Alex Jamison has to leave for other FBI business but Decker remains in Ohio to look into the killings As a result Decker gets STRONG pushback from jealous and abrasive Burlington detectives and is even put in jail for a few hoursDecker carries on regardless He manages to get a copy of the murder file he visits the original RichardsKatz murder scene he re interviews family members he speaks to witnesses he looks for new evidence and so on All this frightens someone because murders occur and Decker himself is almost shot As a result Decker s friend Melvin Mars who was on death row before Decker intervened comes to Ohio to protect Decker and assist with the inuiries Little by little Decker Ni arte ni parte unveils an intricate diabolical scheme that led to the murders over a decade ago as well as the current killingsDecker who s always been rather Ni arte ni parte unemotional due to his head injury has a lot of personal challenges in this book His good friend has marriage problems and early onset Alzheimer s he s angry at himself for a shoddy original investigation and he s in danger of losing his job because he disregarded FBI orders This humanizes the detective and makes him a little relatableI enjoyed the book but it s not the best entry in the Amos Decker series IMO For one thing the first part of the book consists of Decker and his associates discussing the original crimes again and again which gets repetitive and tedious For another thing I have a problem with the elaborate criminal scheme Decker Noticias De Los Montoneros uncovers which reuires too much suspension of disbelief for me Still this is a good series with interesting characters Recommended to mystery fans You can follow my reviews at

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David Baldacci è 6 FREE DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Redemption î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Detective Amos Decker discovers that a mistake he made as a rookie detective may have led to deadly conseuences in the latest Memory Man thriller in David Baldacci's #1 New York Times bestselling seriesAmos Decker and his FBI partner Alex Jamison are visiting his hometown of Burlington Ohio. David Baldacci s 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington Ohio where his wife Cassie daughter Molly and brother in law Johnny died He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly s 14th birthday This tragedy has driven Decker s fierce and implacable obsession to fight for justice After earlier brain injuries he has been gifted and cursed by hyperthesmia which means he can forget nothing and synesthesia At Molly s grave a man meets him that he doesn t recognise but he knows his name Meryl Hawkins now released from prison and dying of cancer Decker had led the investigation that convicted Hawkins of the murder of Don Richards and his 2 children and David Katz who had dropped in to see Don It was Decker s first murder investigation and the evidence against Hawkins appeared ironclad but Hawkins proclaims his innocence asking him to look again at the murders Decker s original cop partner and friend Mary Lancaster also has doubts about the original conviction Decker cannot bear living with the possibility that he helped to destroy the life of an innocent man as he commits to reworking this cold case Indications that he is on the right path begin with the stone cold murder of Hawkins Attempts are made on Decker s life and in a blood drenched case every lead he has ends up dying as the bodies start piling up As Mary is forced to recuse herself when her husband Earl turns out to be the alibi of a possible suspect Blake Natty is appointed to lead the case from the police end and he and his superior Pete Childress are determined that Decker takes no further part in the case and leaves Ohio Decker is having none of this relentless in his pursuit of the truth He is joined and assisted by a familiar face and friend Melvin Mars a man who spent 20 years in prison and on death row in Texas until Decker proved his innocence Decker finds that old sins cast long shadows as he seeks redemption for his past errors as an inexperienced murder detectiveThis is a fast paced complex and compulsive thriller well constructed and packed with suspense and tension Baldacci is an expert at drawing in the reader and keeping them hooked right up to the tense last pages of the novel His protagonist Decker is an interesting and unusual character trapped in past traumas with memories that will never fade away he is slowly and surely being destroyed unless he can learn to shift direction and create stronger personal ties with his friends that roots him in the present rather than the past This is a highly intense thrilling and entertaining read with a diverse cast of characters showcasing Baldacci s considerable skills in writing nail biting thrillers Highly recommended Many thanks to Pan Macmillan for an ARC Ni arte ni parte up dying as the bodies start piling Ni arte ni parte up As Mary is forced to recuse herself when her husband Earl turns out to be the alibi of a possible suspect Blake Natty is appointed to lead the case from the police end and he and his superior Pete Childress are determined that Decker takes no further part in the case and leaves Ohio Decker is having none of this relentless in his pursuit of the truth He is joined and assisted by a familiar face and friend Melvin Mars a man who spent 20 years in prison and on death row in Texas Noticias De Los Montoneros until Decker proved his innocence Decker finds that old sins cast long shadows as he seeks redemption for his past errors as an inexperienced murder detectiveThis is a fast paced complex and compulsive thriller well constructed and packed with suspense and tension Baldacci is an expert at drawing in the reader and keeping them hooked right Skin Talks up to the tense last pages of the novel His protagonist Decker is an interesting and No hay as felices Verónica Rosenthal #3 unusual character trapped in past traumas with memories that will never fade away he is slowly and surely being destroyed Poesía reunida unless he can learn to shift direction and create stronger personal ties with his friends that roots him in the present rather than the past This is a highly intense thrilling and entertaining read with a diverse cast of characters showcasing Baldacci s considerable skills in writing nail biting thrillers Highly recommended Many thanks to Pan Macmillan for an ARC