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  1. says:

    I am having a hard time deciding how to review Pulse by John Lutz because even though there were so many things wrong with it I had a hard time

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    I've been a fan of John Lutz for many years This book however was not his best work and for me was a disappointment I'll start with the positives The plot is multi layered and intricate The mystery kept me guessing until the end and there were a few unexpected twistsNow the negatives The pace is slow There are

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    This was the first novel that I have read by Lutz and I really enjoyed it until close to the end The novel was uite long almost 500 pages and everything ties together in the last 30 pages Unfortunately the author seems to have made a few historical errorsAll in all it was an entertaining read and I would give Lutz another shot I would have given the novel a higher star rating if it hadn't of had errors in it

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    I agree with everybody's review I have read 8 books of Frank uinn Series accidentally read one out of order This book was so out of character of Frank uinn Series to the point I was ready to drop it

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    On the way to maximum security the serial killer Daniel Danielle encounters a hurricane that flips his transport While the powers that be believe Daniel Danielle is dead uinn’s not so sure Then the bodies begin to show up using Danielle’s MO Is he back or is this a copycatLutz creates a double McGuffin – or is that a triple McGuffin – of thrills horror and murder as uinn returns to the hunt for Danielle or the c

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    Serial killer Daniel Danielle escaped in the middle of a hurricane in 2002 while being transferred to another prison in Florida after killing three corrections officers It was presumed that he perished in the storm Now years later in New York a body is found that employs his sadistic techniues and trademarks Private investigators Frank uinn and his partner Pearl are called in to help solve the case

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    This book was so scary that I couldn't read late at night especially when I was home by myself Reminds me of a Criminal Minds episode which I like but have to record and watch during the daytime

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    This one begins with what may be a copy cat murder imitating that of a killer called Daniel Danielle or Danielle Daniel because he sometimes was disguised as a woman who escaped from being transported to a secret maximum security prison during a Florida hurricane and supposedly died In one spot this is said to be decades a

  9. says:

    An otherwise plusgood 4 star serial killer mysterythriller but marred by the followingDOWNERS FAR too many unlikely coincidences MINUS 34 star 1 plot convenient coincidence per book is fine 2 is stretching it 3 is ridiculous POOR RESEARCH on computeremailencryptiontech stuff timelines MINUS 12 starthe average reader or

  10. says:

    Evil serial killer in NYC is uite fascinating but too many side characters and slow moving plot lines keep it from being his bestuinn and Assocs are interesting and have developed well over the years but book could have been shorter and better

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Pulse Frank uinn #7

Seen this MO before A demented ritual it’s the work of Daniel Danielle a notorious serial killer who blurs the line between male and female human and mon On the way to maximum security the serial killer Daniel Danielle encounters a hurricane that flips his transport While the powers that be believe Daniel Danielle is dead uinn s not so sure Then the bodies begin to show up using Danielle s MO Is he back or is this a copycatLutz creates a double McGuffin or is that a triple McGuffin of thrills horror and murder as uinn returns to the hunt for Danielle or the copycat and finds there are mysteries inside mysteries in this novel A new character Jody is introduced She is Pearl s daughter Par for the course the characters are clearly defined and sharp the plot is terrifying and the murders are graphically detailed in all their horrorPersonally I did not enjoy this story as much as some of Lutz s others The constant change of time became distracting Going from 2002 to present back to 2002 to present to 1986 However like Lutz s other books Pulse is a cornucopia of characters twists and betrayal I look forward to his next book TwistGoodreads Firstreads giveaway winner Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt of Daniel Danielle a notorious serial killer who blurs the line between male and female human and mon On the way to maximum security the serial killer Daniel Danielle encounters a hurricane that flips his transport While the powers that be believe Daniel Danielle is dead uinn s not so sure Then the bodies begin to show up using Danielle s MO Is he back The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline or is this a copycatLutz creates a double McGuffin Where I’m Calling From or is that a triple McGuffin The Accidental Activist of thrills horror and murder as uinn returns to the hunt for Danielle Brenda has a dragon in her blood of Lutz s Divan Of Rudaki others The constant change Choice Stories for Children of time became distracting Going from 2002 to present back to 2002 to present to 1986 However like Lutz s Öbür Divan other books Pulse is a cornucopia Summary of Homo Deus of characters twists and betrayal I look forward to his next book TwistGoodreads Firstreads giveaway winner

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Ster Danielle disappeared ten years ago Is a copy cat repeating the crimes Or has Danielle made a deadly return Either way this time the killing won’t sto This one begins with what may be a copy cat murder imitating that of a killer called Daniel Danielle or Danielle Daniel because he sometimes was disguised as a woman who escaped from being transported to a secret maximum security prison during a Florida hurricane and supposedly died In one spot this is said to be decades ago in reality it was only 10 years before The key word here is supposed for the reader knows better or thinks he does A new cast member is added in Pearl s illegitimate daughter whom she gave up for adoption Jody has tracked down her mother and is now ensconced as a family member by Pearl and uinn and proves to be a pretty sharp cookie There are several subplots as might be expected in a John Lutz novel of blackmailing the police commissioner the effect on a teenager of witnessing one of Daniel s crimes that of a corporations attempts to force out a tenant so they can tear down the building where she lives and the machinations of the exclusive college where Jody is a studentalmost too many subplots one might say to keep track of Eventually they all come together with the summation done in three very brief pages There s also an ironic and chilling epilogueWhile being an exciting novel the many subplots seemingly having nothing to do with each other though we know in the end they ll all become tied together detract somewhat from the main plot It all seems too scattered and unrelated and the fact that the reason the victims all bear a resemblance to Pearl is never really explained Daniel Danielle deserves to have a novel all his own though since this is Book 7 and I haven t read the previous one in the series perhaps he did There isn t as much interplay between Sal and Howard and Fedderman s dissention with his wife over the dangers of his job seem merely thrown in for fillerThere are some graphic sections but not overly so and medical examiner Nift has some pretty ghoulish and callous lines All in all a good thriller and one to make the reader look for the nextThis novel is owned by the reviewer and no remuneration was involved in the writing of this review

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Some Killers Come Back For MoreThe killer’s depravity is insatiable What he does to his victims is unthinkable Homicide detective turned PI Frank uinn has I ve been a fan of John Lutz for many years This book however was not his best work and for me was a disappointment I ll start with the positives The plot is multi layered and intricate The mystery kept me guessing until the end and there were a few unexpected twistsNow the negatives The pace is slow There are a lot of viewpoint characters and as a result of the overload we don t really get to know any of them very well We keep jumping back in time to 1986 where we follow a 14 year old character we assume grew up to be the killer though we don t really know This jump back and forth together with the excess of characters can be difficult to follow The one thing that totally ruined the book for me came in the final 30 pages I don t typically give spoilers and I ll do my best not to here But this was a vital issue for me Back in 1986 two average 14 year old teens in a small town did not send encrypted emails Telling me that finding this information broke the case was so absurd that I read the passage three times to make sure I understood it correctly To get to the end of all the intricately woven storylines and find the answer came together because of a detail so absolutely out of place left me grimacing and feeling like I d wasted my time

  • Paperback
  • 400
  • Pulse Frank uinn #7
  • John Lutz
  • English
  • 11 July 2019
  • 9780786020287

About the Author: John Lutz

Librarian’s note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this nameJohn Lutz has captivated suspense enthusiasts for over four decades He has been one of the premier voices in contemporary hard boiled fiction His work includes political suspense private eye novels urban suspense humor occult crime caper police procedural espionage historical futuristic amateur det