KINDLE [Think of a Number]


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    KINDLE [Think of a Number] John Verdon ò 8 READ ”Do you believe in Fate? I do because I thought I’d never see you again and then one day there you were It all came back how you sound how you move most of all how you think If someone told you to think of a

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    FREE READ ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ò John Verdon KINDLE [Think of a Number] John Verdon ò 8 READ I made it to page 20 of this mediocre thriller before throwing in the towel I realise that it's not giving it much of a chance how could any writer bring energy or develop a plot in that time? Well some writers have notably Michael Connelly and Stephen King which is probably why they're as famous as they are John Verdon isn't much of a writer though Here are some examples of his awful writing that made me put

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    John Verdon ò 8 READ KINDLE [Think of a Number] There is a new voice in psychological thrillers and his name is John Verdon Think of a Number is an unbelievably

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    KINDLE [Think of a Number] John Verdon ò 8 READ FREE READ ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ò John Verdon Dave Gurney has recently retired from his job as one of the NYPD's most talented homicide investigators He's moved to a rural area in upstate New York and is attempting to rebuild his relationship with his wife Madeleine who has always been forced to take a back seat to his job But then Dave receives a plea for help from Mark Mellery an old college classmate who has received a threatening communication a poem actually from someon

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    FREE READ ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ò John Verdon KINDLE [Think of a Number] John Verdon ò 8 READ Dave Gurney was the star homicide detective of his generation After a much decorated career he pulled the plug at the age of 47 and moved to the Catskills to farm and paint It’s made clear the he and his wife are having their personal challenges she thinks he’s not really been able to leave his job behind

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    KINDLE [Think of a Number] I just finished this book and I have to say that I was uite disapointed I began this book with raving reviews It w

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    REVIEW Think of a Number John Verdon ò 8 READ FREE READ ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ò John Verdon Given a range of 1 1000 which number would you choose if prompted Think of a number? How would you react if a total stranger could correctly guess that number on the first try? Amazed and scared? That's the premise behind this psychological thriller and it was very entertaining If you like a book with a little intellectual oomph y

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Think of a Number

REVIEW Think of a Number John Verdon ò 8 READ READ Think of a Number ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Pelo correio chega uma série de cartas perturbadoras ue terminam com uma declaração inuietante «Pensa num número ualuer até mil o primeiro ue te vier à cabeça Repara agora como eu conheço bem os teus segredos» Estranhamente aueles ue obedecem constatam ue o remetente de tais cartas previu com precisão a sua escolha Para Dave Gurney um inspetor de homicídios recém reformado da Polícia de Nova Iorue e am. Do you believe in Fate I do because I thought I d never see you again and then one day there you were It all came back how you sound how you move most of all how you think If someone told you to think of a number I know what number you d think of You don t believe me I ll prove it to you Think of any number up to a thousand the first number that comes to mind Picture it Now see how well I know your secrets Open the little envelope How would someone know a random number picked out of a 1000 possibilities It is the first baffling aspect of this case It is disconcerting to think that someone you don t know would know you well enough to correctly guess the number you would pickIs it a guessRetired Detective Dave Gurney is approached by one of those friends that it takes him a while to remember how he knows this person An acuaintance might be a better term to use but when people need your help they tend to overstate the closeness of your relationship Mark Mellery has a problem that he doesn t feel comfortable involving the bumbling police about given his mild celebrity and his clinic business for helping discretion conscious miserable wealthy people We can t have the rich people experiencing any level of inconvenience Owning beach houses and red Porsches doesn t seem to make people any happier than those people who own single wide trailers and Chevy pickups with rusted fenders He calls Gurney An interesting aspect of this book is the decided distrust of law enforcement that crops up at several points in the novel Even Gurney experiences a harassment situation with an officer that set my teeth on edge because it reminded me of a recent encounter of my own with law enforcement overreach Gurney pulls out his retired police officer card and is able to diffuse the situation uickly but he could tell the officer was disappointed he would not be able to push him around Bad apples spoil a barrel which is unfortunate because there are terrific police officers who truly are working to serve and protectServe and protect not harass and bully What begins as a puzzle soon becomes deadly What do these obtuse poems being sent to Mellery really mean The poet is playing a game According to Gurney s wife Madeleine he has a secondary agenda beyond what is beginning to look like a revenge obsession He wants to prove that you re a pack of idiots The plot is fascinating and had me pondering all the probabilities while I was away from the book doing those other things that always keep us from our reading What really makes the book go beyond just a thriller is the relationship between Dave and Madeleine They experienced a terrible tragedy together and now they are trying to adapt to his retirement It is evident that Madeleine is ready for him to be retired than he is His mind worked exceptionally well in a certain way and the greatest satisfactions in his life had come from applying that intellectual gift He had a supremely logical brain and a finely tuned antenna for discrepancy These ualities made him an outstanding detective Madeleine is not happy that he has taken on this case Her rebukes are mild yet effective Gurney loves working on cases He is proud of all the murderers he has put behind bars over the years and is considered a legend by many in his profession I love the fact that he appreciates Madeleine s intelligence and as he works through aspects of this investigation he freuently asks for her advice Sometimes when people have been married a long time and have collected some heavy baggage along the way they need to look for and remember those things they liked about that person before life started inflicting wounds He studied her face He was at a loss for words to capture what he saw It was as if all the radiance of the snow covered landscape were reflected in her expression and the radiance of her expression was reflected in the landscape She wants him away from all that death and mayhem but he never feels alive than when he is hunting for a killer He generally viewed a homicide as a puzzle to be solved a murderer as an opponent to be outmaneuvered He studied the facts figured the angles tripped the snares and delivered his uarry into the maw of the justice system He is very good at seeing the evidence instead of the horror The plot is fascinating John Verdon deftly leads us from puzzlement to amazement as the missing pieces are found to form a picture of true insanity The grand finale provides one revelation after another as we discover the darkness behind the poetry There are many moments of self discovery for several of the characters as the truth has them uestioning what they know about themselves Gurney is especially self reflective as he tries to fathom who he is supposed to be now This wrestling with inner fears adds a layer of depth to the plot that makes this thriller literature than thriller Highly recommended If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger 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REVIEW Think of a Number John Verdon ò 8 READ READ Think of a Number ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Igo de um dos alvos das missivas o ue primeiro lhe pareceu um caso estranho depressa se transforma num complicado uebra cabeças ue levará a uma investigação em grande escala na busca de um pérfido assassino em sérieConvidado como consultor pelo gabinete do procurador em pouco tempo Gurney consegue alguns avanços na descoberta de pistas ue a polícia local negligenciara Ainda assim diante de um adversário ue. Dave Gurney was the star homicide detective of his generation After a much decorated career he pulled the plug at the age of 47 and moved to the Catskills to farm and paint It s made clear the he and his wife are having their personal challenges she thinks he s not really been able to leave his job behind and truly move on and they both face an ongoing struggle to deal with the loss of their four year old daughter some years ago And then Dave gets a call from an ex classmate he can barely remember telling of a strange series of notes he s received It looks like Dave s detective skills might be once in demand The initial note asked it s recipient to think of a number between 1 and 1000 and then in a separate envelope correctly predicted the number Subseuent notes comprised taunts of the I know everything about you nature and personal threats Dave agrees to help his friend but then events escalate and suddenly Dave is embroiled in a murder case And it soon becomes clear that other people are getting similar messages This is a uirky case written in a style that reminded me somewhat of Jeffery Deaver The messages are usually in the form of cryptic poems and deciphering the coded meaning is proving challenging But what of the trick with the numbers how was that done I did have some doubts that the police could and should have been involved earlier but this and other potential anomalies are dealt with reasonably well by the author and in Gurney the author has developed a highly logical if slightly dour front manIts an entertaining mystery and I enjoyed the way Verdon strung it all together I have to say that I was gripped all the way through and I ve already stumped up for a second book featuring the retired detective

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REVIEW Think of a Number John Verdon ò 8 READ READ Think of a Number ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Parece ter o dom da clarividência e antecipar se a todos os passos vê os seus melhores esforços dissiparem se como areia por entre os dedos Terá encontrado ao fim de vinte e cinco anos de carreira exemplar um adversário capaz de o vencerConsiderado pela crítica internacional uma obra prima do suspense Pensa num Núm3ro dá nos a conhecer uma personagem fascinante capaz de rivalizar com Sherlock Holmes ou Poiro. I just finished this book and I have to say that I was uite disapointed I began this book with raving reviews It wasn t until a was about half way through that I started to rethink how great this book was I have to confess that I was totally caught up with the mystery of how the killer seems to read minds Put uite simply the killer ask the victim via a letter to think of a number and the killer professes to know what that number will be The number is in a sealed envelope The number is correct Interesting right Throughout the book there are little riddles The psycopath seems to be brilliant and stumps the police and even the impressive retired detective Gurney Here is another flaw Impressive detective Gurney didn t seem all of that impressive to me In fact I thought he was uite obtuse He didn t seem to have any answers until the end Even then he didn t have all of the answers Dispite this little flaw I did enjoy the first half of the book All of the mysteries were fasinating and kept me highly engaged I pressed on because I could not wait to find how all of the mysteries and uestions that were building on one another were going to culmimate into this profound finally Then it happened The big let down The explination of the mysterious disapering footprints in the snow I found myself thinking Am I really supposed to buy this The author couldn t think of anything better than this From this point I was constantly disapointed The explinations of the mysteries seemed very implausible and basic There was no shocking suprise No twists or turns I would have loved for this author to have been able to come up with something that didn t think of Something a little uniue Overall my biggest complaint is that I was not able to buy into the explinations the author gave Oh yeah did I mention that detective Gurney is not a likable character He is flat and emotionaly unavailible to his family or the reader I really didn t care what happened to him The only character in the book that showed any promise was Gurney s wife and she is not present enough She also seems to be much smarter that Gurney Maybe she should be the brilliant detective

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