The Burning Season PDF ☆ The Burning ePUB ´

The Burning Season PDF ☆ The Burning ePUB ´

The Burning Season [PDF / Epub] ☃ The Burning Season By Jeffrey J. Mariotte – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk It s a hot, early autumn evening in the small resort town of Mount Charleston, NV, where six firefighters are battling a massive blaze that threatens expensive homes a blaze that will cost them their It s a hot, early autumn evening in the small resort town of Mount Charleston, NV, where six firefighters are battling a massive blaze that threatens expensive homes a blaze that will cost them their lives Initially, the The Burning ePUB ´ police determine that the fire was human started, and the state wants to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law with six counts of homicide Now the team of Sin City s finest criminologists, led by Catherine Willows, are assigned to work a crime scene far from the glittering lights and spectacle of the Las Vegas Strip, and soon find much than they bargained for Meanwhile, Ray Langston and Nick Stokes are called to a crime scene where a dog has taken a key piece of evidence a severed human hand under a suburban home s crawl space What s even disturbing is that it s not the first severed hand that s turned up lately there have been four other incidents around Las Vegas over the past twelve months.


10 thoughts on “The Burning Season

  1. Amanda Bacigalupo Amanda Bacigalupo says:

    This book gave me what I wanted from a CSI book It wasn t anything spectacular, but it fulfilled its purpose well If you are a fan of CSI and wantof the characters without binging the series again, this is a great way to do it.


  2. Helga Beuckelaers Helga Beuckelaers says:

    verschillende plots die naast elkaar lopen in 1 boek brandstichting, afpersing van mensen zonder verblijfspapieren, een organisatie die de wetten niet erkend Leuk in een televisieserie, in een boek echter net iets teveel van het goede


  3. Stephen Stephen says:

    I loved this as a TV Show, and reading to books are a good experience They are a Good read.


  4. Laura Martinelli Laura Martinelli says:

    I hate to sound like I m flogging a dead horse each time that I review one of the CSI tie ins that I have in the pile and there s still at least one of these left Well, for this show, anyway , but these are pretty much my literary palate cleansers Easy reads, don t require too much thinking on my part, and I ve never had the sense of Oh dear God, I gotta slog through this because of my own personal reasons while reading them Kinda like why CSI rerun marathons were the preferred background I hate to sound like I m flogging a dead horse each time that I review one of the CSI tie ins that I have in the pile and there s still at least one of these left Well, for this show, anyway , but these are pretty much my literary palate cleansers Easy reads, don t require too much thinking on my part, and I ve never had the sense of Oh dear God, I gotta slog through this because of my own personal reasons while reading them Kinda like why CSI rerun marathons were the preferred background noise while me and my roommates would study in front of the TV during senior year in college This is actually a pretty solid book, as far as my experience with tie in novels have gone Both of the plots are strong, with decent twists and turns to each mystery I really enjoyed the foiled assassination plot of a news mogul, despite the potential blood pressure raising inclusion of the some of the main suspects, but then there s a good number of twists involved that even the most obvious answer comes as a surprise The arson case isn t as strong, and that mystery feels like the weaker of the two, but I still enjoyed reading the twists and turns The missing persons case ispar for the course and straightforward, but I still liked it Again, the only thing I really didn t get into was thecharacter driven plotlines, but that sdue to me falling out from keeping up with the show.In any case, decent read, and a nice little break from the majority of my other books in the stack


  5. William Bentrim William Bentrim says:

    CSI Crime Scene Investigation, The Burning Season By Jeff Marriotte This book reads like a script for the TV show CSI If you like the TV show you will love the book You find characters you already know immersed in fast paced action.I happen to like the TV show CSI so I was predisposed to like the book I was not disappointed I think that someone who isn t familiar with the show might have a little difficulty because there is not a lot of background data on the characters There are multiple s CSI Crime Scene Investigation, The Burning Season By Jeff Marriotte This book reads like a script for the TV show CSI If you like the TV show you will love the book You find characters you already know immersed in fast paced action.I happen to like the TV show CSI so I was predisposed to like the book I was not disappointed I think that someone who isn t familiar with the show might have a little difficulty because there is not a lot of background data on the characters There are multiple scenarios running simultaneously The author sets a good pace and the book is an easy read.I recommend the book


  6. Dan Beaver Dan Beaver says:

    I ve lost touch with the CSI TV series in recent years, so the tie ins by Jeff are pretty much my only connection I find these to be muchenjoyable than the show itself, but it you love the show, you will love the books as well It s also a great way to get some younger readers introduced to reading since they are already familiar with the characters.


  7. Chrissy Chrissy says:

    While it stands to reason that a book that is written before a movie is usually better, sadly I don t think the same can be said for a book based on a TV Show Honestly, I felt like I was reading a book that was written for teenagers I remember reading books withsubstance than this when I was 12 I always did read at a high level.


  8. Margaret Margaret says:

    Nice, snappy little CSI tie in novel Unlike many tie ins this one slotted quite well into the established canon, even harking back to an extremely early case Anyone else remember the scuba diver up a tree Well written, fast paced and enjoyable.Recommended.


  9. Wenny Wenny says:

    I love love love this one so much So good The cases are interesting The way the author connected the book with the tv show is brilliant And, the twist at the end, I completely did not see that coming


  10. David David says:

    A decent book, but it tries too hard to toe the middle line politically and goes way overboard in the CSI Speak, with long explanations of why CSIs have to be as careful and meticulous as they are That got tedious after a while.


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10 thoughts on “The Burning Season

  1. Amanda Bacigalupo Amanda Bacigalupo says:

    This book gave me what I wanted from a CSI book It wasn t anything spectacular, but it fulfilled its purpose well If you are a fan of CSI and wantof the characters without binging the series again, this is a great way to do it.

  2. Helga Beuckelaers Helga Beuckelaers says:

    verschillende plots die naast elkaar lopen in 1 boek brandstichting, afpersing van mensen zonder verblijfspapieren, een organisatie die de wetten niet erkend Leuk in een televisieserie, in een boek echter net iets teveel van het goede

  3. Stephen Stephen says:

    I loved this as a TV Show, and reading to books are a good experience They are a Good read.

  4. Laura Martinelli Laura Martinelli says:

    I hate to sound like I m flogging a dead horse each time that I review one of the CSI tie ins that I have in the pile and there s still at least one of these left Well, for this show, anyway , but these are pretty much my literary palate cleansers Easy reads, don t require too much thinking on my part, and I ve never had the sense of Oh dear God, I gotta slog through this because of my own personal reasons while reading them Kinda like why CSI rerun marathons were the preferred background I hate to sound like I m flogging a dead horse each time that I review one of the CSI tie ins that I have in the pile and there s still at least one of these left Well, for this show, anyway , but these are pretty much my literary palate cleansers Easy reads, don t require too much thinking on my part, and I ve never had the sense of Oh dear God, I gotta slog through this because of my own personal reasons while reading them Kinda like why CSI rerun marathons were the preferred background noise while me and my roommates would study in front of the TV during senior year in college This is actually a pretty solid book, as far as my experience with tie in novels have gone Both of the plots are strong, with decent twists and turns to each mystery I really enjoyed the foiled assassination plot of a news mogul, despite the potential blood pressure raising inclusion of the some of the main suspects, but then there s a good number of twists involved that even the most obvious answer comes as a surprise The arson case isn t as strong, and that mystery feels like the weaker of the two, but I still enjoyed reading the twists and turns The missing persons case ispar for the course and straightforward, but I still liked it Again, the only thing I really didn t get into was thecharacter driven plotlines, but that sdue to me falling out from keeping up with the show.In any case, decent read, and a nice little break from the majority of my other books in the stack

  5. William Bentrim William Bentrim says:

    CSI Crime Scene Investigation, The Burning Season By Jeff Marriotte This book reads like a script for the TV show CSI If you like the TV show you will love the book You find characters you already know immersed in fast paced action.I happen to like the TV show CSI so I was predisposed to like the book I was not disappointed I think that someone who isn t familiar with the show might have a little difficulty because there is not a lot of background data on the characters There are multiple s CSI Crime Scene Investigation, The Burning Season By Jeff Marriotte This book reads like a script for the TV show CSI If you like the TV show you will love the book You find characters you already know immersed in fast paced action.I happen to like the TV show CSI so I was predisposed to like the book I was not disappointed I think that someone who isn t familiar with the show might have a little difficulty because there is not a lot of background data on the characters There are multiple scenarios running simultaneously The author sets a good pace and the book is an easy read.I recommend the book

  6. Dan Beaver Dan Beaver says:

    I ve lost touch with the CSI TV series in recent years, so the tie ins by Jeff are pretty much my only connection I find these to be muchenjoyable than the show itself, but it you love the show, you will love the books as well It s also a great way to get some younger readers introduced to reading since they are already familiar with the characters.

  7. Chrissy Chrissy says:

    While it stands to reason that a book that is written before a movie is usually better, sadly I don t think the same can be said for a book based on a TV Show Honestly, I felt like I was reading a book that was written for teenagers I remember reading books withsubstance than this when I was 12 I always did read at a high level.

  8. Margaret Margaret says:

    Nice, snappy little CSI tie in novel Unlike many tie ins this one slotted quite well into the established canon, even harking back to an extremely early case Anyone else remember the scuba diver up a tree Well written, fast paced and enjoyable.Recommended.

  9. Wenny Wenny says:

    I love love love this one so much So good The cases are interesting The way the author connected the book with the tv show is brilliant And, the twist at the end, I completely did not see that coming

  10. David David says:

    A decent book, but it tries too hard to toe the middle line politically and goes way overboard in the CSI Speak, with long explanations of why CSIs have to be as careful and meticulous as they are That got tedious after a while.

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