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Watchlist Watchlist Is A Unique Collaboration By Twenty One Of The World S Greatest Thriller Writers Including Lee Child, Joseph Finder, David Hewson, S.J Rozan, Lisa Scottoline, And Jeffery Deaver, Who Conceived The Characters And Set The Plot In Motion In Turn, The Other Authors Each Wrote A Chapter And Deaver Then Completed What He Started, Bringing Each Novel To Its Startling Conclusion.The Chopin Manuscript Former War Crimes Investigator Harold Middleton Possesses A Previously Unknown Score By Fr D Ric Chopin But He Is Unaware That, Locked Within Its Handwritten Notes, Lies A Secret That Now Threatens The Lives Of Thousands Of Americans.The Copper Bracelet Harold Middleton Returns In This Explosive Sequel To The Chopin Manuscript As He S Drawn Into An International Terror Plot That Threatens To Send India And Pakistan Into Full Scale Nuclear War.Note Print Edition Of The Two Original Audio Serialized Novels,The Chopin Manuscript And The Copper Bracelet.

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  1. says:

    Jeffery Deaver is one of my favorite authors I am half in love with Lincoln Rhyme and I really like his Catherine Dance series Having said that, I know I was taking a chance an a novel written by several authors No matter how great Deaver put together a group of top selling novelists to collaborate on Watchlist Deaver wrote the first two chapters and last one while each writer took one chapter in between to expand the story.What entailed, for me, was an average thriller I have a feeling it Jeffery Deaver is one of my favorite authors I am half in love with Lincoln Rhyme and I really like his Catherine Dance series Having said that, I know I was taking a chance an a novel written by several authors No matter how great Deaver put together a group of top selling novelists to collaborate on Watchlist Deaver wrote the first tw...

  2. says:

    i am 75% thru this one reading on my Kindle very tough to follow the plot line since you must get used to a different authors voice and style every chapter I have been very tempted to just stop readingthan once and I still might added 6 27 11Uncle I ve had enough already okay that s it Another new chapter and another lousy author transition ...

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    I ll be the first to admit I m not a great fan of the thriller genre, and this book didn t convince me I was missing much Quite possibly it wasn t the genre s fault, but the fact that this is a gimmick book What s the gimmick Gather a bunch of thriller writers the only names I recognized were Jeffrey Deaver and Lisa Scottoline, but I m sure the others are well known to thriller fans and have them add chapters to the stories While the plot hung together as much as one would expect from a y I ll be the first to admit I m not a great fan of the thriller genre, and this book d...

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    At the request of The Book Trib, a HC copy was sent, at no cost to me, for my honest reviewFrom the Book s Jacket Watchlist Two powerful novellas featuring the same thrilling cast of characters in one major suspenseful package Synopsis Harold Middleton, former crimes of war investigator takes the reader on a non stop journey around the world in both story lines The first novella he is on the hunt and then hunted for a never before seen Chopin manuscript But is there a secret in this never be At the request of The Book Trib, a HC copy was sent, at no cost to me, for my honest reviewFrom the Book s Jacket Watchlist Two powerful novellas featuring the same thrilling cast of characters in one major suspenseful package Synopsis Harold Middleton, former crimes of war investigator takes the reader on a non stop journey around the world in both story lines The first novella he is on the hunt and then hunted for a never before seen Chopin manuscript But is there a secret in this never before seen composition In the second novella, once again Harold Middleton brings us to faraway lands in search of the Scorpion and what is the secret of The Copper Bracelet My Thoug...

  5. says:

    another book from great thriller writer, into two serial thrillers good reading

  6. says:

    After listening to a radio interview with Jeffery Deaver, I thought that the concept for this book was really interesting and might be worth reading I was able to get the book from our library system and got a brand new copy I felt lucky to get it so quickly.Was I ever wrong I ve read thrillers before, some good, some not Both stories in this book were such a chore reading I found the stories so ridiculous that I was eventually bored beyond belief Normally I don t have a problem suspendi After listening to a radio interview with Jeffery Deaver, I thought that the concept for this book was really interesting and might be worth reading I was able to get the book from our library system and got a brand new copy I felt lucky to get it so quickly.Was I ever wrong I ve read thrillers before, some good, some not Both stories in this book were such a chore reading I found the stories so ridiculous that I was eventually bored beyond belief Normally I don t have a problem suspending belief for the sake of the story, but this was just too much I was hoping the second story was going to be better than the first, but unfortunately, it was worse.If this type of project is attempted again, by any group, I will have to pass I found some of the writers to ...

  7. says:

    On the surface, a good idea In reality, not so much.Gather a group of big name mystery writers and have them collaborate on a book each providing a chapter and furthering the story Unfortunately, it was all too clear that the voices changed with each...

  8. says:

    Another Kindle freebee I liked the idea of different authors writing each chapter But sometimes I think that it made the book feel pretty choppy You could tell the chapters were all written by different people It was a spy type thriller It was okay, but I j...

  9. says:

    I had high hopes for this book it looked so neat and the main writer is from Durham Several thriller novelists took turns writing chapters I got about 3 4 through and decided I have better things to do read I got really tired of the F word and other things The plot jumped around a lot...

  10. says:

    Really great concept, but I grew bored I liked how you could be engrossed in one chapter and put it down the next due to the different authors , but that also made it so much easier to give up on I turned to a proper Jeffery Deaver, instead.

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