The Empty Chair

The Empty Chair

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
When wheelchair-bound criminologist Lincoln Rhyme is asked by the North Carolina police to help out with two local kidnapping cases, he has no idea that the kidnapper will come between him and everything he holds dear, especially his protTgTe and love, Amelia Sachs. Reprint.

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When wheelchair-bound criminologist Lincoln Rhyme is asked by the North Carolina police to help out with two local kidnapping cases, he has no idea that the kidnapper will come between him and everything he holds dear, especially his protegee and love, Amelia Sachs.

Simon and Schuster
Renowned criminalist Lincoln Rhyme faces his ultimate opponent: a kidnapper and murderer dubbed the Insect Boy. But Rhyme is in for a surprise when he learns that catching a criminal is one thing...and keeping him is another. Now Rhyme, in North Carolina to undergo risky spinal cord surgery, finds himself hunting a ruthless killer in the heart of a southern swampland -- and going head-to-head with his protégé, Amelia Sachs, in a rivalry that tests the limits of both their expertise and their love.

Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, 2001, c2000
ISBN: 9780671026011
0671026011
Characteristics: 479 p. : maps ; 18 cm

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maipenrai
Dec 14, 2016

(The third book in the Lincoln Rhyme series)

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shauney
Mar 17, 2015

Excellent what will happen next novel.

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maurajk
Mar 14, 2013

read first of all Deaver's books (earliest)

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DL7173
Sep 23, 2010

Interesting characters in a detailed, unusual story. Good,
suspenseful read.

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blossom21
Jan 31, 2010

A great suspense story with the unforgettable Lincoln Rhyme.

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