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[Epub] ↠ Deadly Heat Author Richard Castle – Pcusati.info Deadly Heat by Richard Castle is the fifth novel in the popular and very enjoyable Nikki Heat series Heat and Rook are embroiled in several complex investigations in this installment Heat is still pursuing some details of her mother s murder, but now an intelligent egomaniac serial killer calls her to discuss his latest and future murders In addition, she works with federal law enforcement one of whom is Rook s former lover in a desperate attempt to prevent a terrorist attack in New York Ci Deadly Heat by Richard Castle is the fifth novel in the popular and very enjoyable Nikki Heat series Heat and Rook are embroiled in several complex investigations in this installment Heat is still pursuing some details of her mother s murder, but now an intelligent egomaniac serial killer calls her to discuss his latest and future murders In addition, she works with federal law enforcement one of whom is Rook s former lover in a desperate attempt to prevent a terrorist attack in New York City As always, the relationship between Heat and Rook is fun to experience, as are Rook s humorous comments Heat s intense, intuitive, tough and competitive approach to her job results in heated confrontations with her federal comrades At times it seems they are hindering her investigations This is a complex story that challenges Heat with plenty of violent action, and grave danger The story also entangles the seemingly separate cases in a very interesting way Deadly Heat is another very engaging and satisfying book It takes so very little for this series to make me happy, Dear Reader, that I should probably be embarrassed I m not, FYI, perhaps due to the ridiculously high quality of these crime novel tie ins to the ABC TV series Castle However, even I must say that this latest installment of the Nikki Heat series is sloppy and disappointing The books have grown larger in scale and page number after Heat Wave the first and best , a development that worked well in Naked Heat Nikki Heat 2 , but not s It takes so very little for this series to make me happy, Dear Reader, that I should probably be embarrassed I m not, FYI, perhaps due to the ridiculously high quality of these crime novel tie ins to the ABC TV series Castle However, even I must say that this latest installment of the Nikki Heat series is sloppy and disappointing The books have grown larger in scale and page number after Heat Wave the first and best , a development that worked well in Naked Heat Nikki Heat 2 , but not so much in the three installments since The trade off forcomplex plots appears to be less screen time for the sexy central relationship between Det Nikki Heat and journalist Jameson Rook, to the point of practically no heat at all I m sorry in this latest offering The focus on forensics over foreplay might have been forgivable discreet spoiler, avert your eyes if not for an out of the blue POV shift that sets into motion a clumsy, overly long homestretch of loosely knotted ends in this novel that is, in itself, an unofficial sequel to the cliffhangered Frozen Heat Nikki Heat 4.If there is indeed a Nikki Heat 6 in the works, Mr Richard Castle might consider a retreat in scope the world and or NYC, depending on your coast has now been saved a couple times over, and good on ya What say next time we just solve a few muggings and dive into that fruit basket from George Clooney Picking Up Where Frozen Heat Left Off, Top NYPD Homicide Detective Nikki Heat Pursues The Elusive Former CIA Station Chief Who Ordered The Execution Of Her Mother Over A Decade Ago For The Hunt, Nikki Teams Once Again With Her Romantic Partner, Pulitzer Prize Winning Investigative Journalist Jameson Rook, And Their Quest For The Old Spy And The Motive Behind The Past Murder Unearths An Alarming Terror Plot Which Is Anything But Ancient History It Is Lethal It Is Now And It Has Already Entered Its Countdown Phase.Complicating Heat S Mission To Bring The Rogue Spy To Justice And Thwart The Looming Terror Event, A Serial Killer Begins Menacing The Twentieth Precinct And Her Homicide Squad Is Under Pressure To Stop Him, And Soon The Frightening Murderer, Known For His Chilling Stealth, Not Only Has Singled Out Nikki As The Exclusive Recipient Of His Taunting Messages, He Then Boldly Names His Next Victim Detective Heat. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Just as good as the previous installment, with some good twists and turns, even if I found out who the killer was pretty early on He was kinda of like a Scott Dunn meats 3XK kind of killer Definitely a fun read for fans of the show, as it is cool seeing what they have Richard Castle use from the cases he s worked with Detective Beckett Not to mention seeing all his little fantasies, which really aren t fantasies any since his muse finally hooked up with him at the end of Season 4 Also, I Just as good as the previous installment, with some good twists and turns, even if I found out who the killer was pretty early on He was kinda of like a Scott Dunn meats 3XK kind of killer Definitely a fun read for fans of the show, as it is cool seeing what they have Richard Castle use from the cases he s worked with Detective Beckett Not to mention seeing all his little fantasies, which really aren t fantasies any since his muse finally hooked up with him at the end of Season 4 Also, I ve noted that the books often had little hints about the upcoming season NAKED HEAT hinted about Esposito and Lanie hooking up in Season 3, and FROZEN HEAT hinted at Paris in Season 5 So I m intrigued to see if that little tradition continues and something from within these pages comes out on the show.On a side note, as a fan of the show, I was a little disappointed that there wasn t just a random character named Eunice In 5x03, Beckett makes a deal with a guy to get his money to help Castle win the auction for the contents of a storage unit Part of the guy s deal was that Castle named a character after his mom in his next book While it was simply a little scene, usually they re very good at including anything mentioned about the books in the show in the actually books they publish Such as in Season 4, Martha interrupted Castle writing a scene about a character getting thrown off the Brooklyn Bridge And that then does in fact happen to a character in FROZEN HEAT So, just disappointed there was no Eunice, as I was kind of hunting for her name while reading This was the best book, yet I spent most of the book thinking one person was the mole Not only was I wrong about who it was, there were two of them It was very clever the way the two cases Nikki Heat was working on were intertwined I look forward to reading the next one. such a fun ride It s true that the Castle books are a great escape a guilty pleasure read, so to speak I m usually not a fan of the fluff side of literature, but after having read some heavy duty books both fiction and non fiction , I felt I needed something a bit lighter The Castle books are just the kind of read that fits the bill They re the kind of read that generally keeps the reader on his her toes with suspense while remaining exciting with entertaining dialogue very similar to the show Deadl It s true that the Castle books are a great escape a guilty pleasure read, so to speak I m usually not a fan of the fluff side of literature, but after having read some heavy duty books both fiction and non fiction , I felt I needed something a bit lighter The Castle books are just the kind of read that fits the bill They re the kind of read that generally keeps the reader on his her toes with suspense while remaining exciting with entertaining dialogue very similar to the show Deadly Heat is the latest addition to the five book series based on the popular ABC television show Of the five, this was my least favorite Perhaps after having read all of the books and being a fan of the show, the Nikki Heat saga becomes a little trite to read The storyline in this book in particular seemsthan predictable The main character of Nikki Heat is so often in danger that it seems a natural state for her The dialogue is consistent with the previous books and there are enough reminders about what occurred in the past novels to make the new reader to the series keep up with the pace of what s occurring However, the wildly out of bounds detours and outcomes are so transparent and predictable that the reader is left to wonder if the book series has lost its potential for creativity Like the television series itself, the stories told are a mix of pure genius with the sometime fantastical Unfortunately, it s during these rare visits into the fantastical that the story suffers It s when Castle stays true to its core witty writing, interesting storylines that don t stray too far from the norm, that Castle is at its best So can be said of the written version of the book This one strayed a bit too far and used too trite of a formula in its attempt to keep the reader interested and excited Unfortunately, it s because of this that the story lost its interest for me I ll continue to watch Castle for those episodes that are superbly written and acted When at its best, no other show on television can balance the comic with the dramatic edge quite like Castle When the written version does the same, it s a great literary escape in the same vein Unfortunately, Deadly Heat was not the Castle esque escape I had hoped and come to expect In the latest installment of Castle s Heat series, the author picks up the narrative and storyline where the previous book left off with a plethora of questions for Heat surrounding her mother s death While she tries to piece the clues together, a fresh murder sidetracks her People are dying with coloured string left by the bodies Is the killer toying with Heat or has she stumbled upon a larger plot Boyfriend go writer Rook tries his best to help solve both case by pulling strings and bri In the latest installment of Castle s Heat series, the author picks up the narrative and storyline where the previous book left off with a plethora of questions for Heat surrounding her mother s death While she tries to piece the clues together, a fresh murder sidetracks her People are dying with coloured string left by the bodies Is the killer toying with Heat or has she stumbled upon a larger plot Boyfriend go writer Rook tries his best to help solve both case by pulling strings and bringing the feds on the scene Is thisa hindrance than help for Heat and her NYPD squad And how does a coded message left by the senior Heat turn her murder on its head A must read for fans of the book and television series alike.Ghost writer Castle captures all the nuances of the characters from the ABC hit Castle While the knowledgeable reader will see the parallels between the two sets of main characters, the attentive one sees the jokes and smaller details found within the larger story While hokey at times, it plays well into the generalities seen in the television show and addresses the dry and sometimes juvenile humour the author exhibits on the show Weaving the larger Heat case with the book focused one is done well and the pace of the plot and storyline flow well throughout A great piece of work, though nothing I would call stellar.Kudos Mr Castle on another entertaining read I look forward to seeing what else you have on offer in the coming months YESSSSSSS new Castle s novel I m one of those HUGE Caskett shippers Yep, I am So, like it s not enough to have a series that you love, but they also have books inspired in the series that are from a genre that I simply loveeeeeeeSo, Rook and Nikki are pretty much like Castle and Becks.ownnnnn sigh Here we continue the saga and the mystery that was left from the previous book yep, those books must be read in order and there so many mystery in those book and the beauty how they are all solv YESSSSSSS new Castle s novel I m one of those HUGE Caskett shippers Yep, I am So, like it s not enough to have a series that you love, but they also have books inspired in the series that are from a genre that I simply loveeeeeeeSo, Rook and Nikki are pretty much like Castle and Becks.ownnnnn sigh Here we continue the saga and the mystery that was left from the previous book yep, those books must be read in order and there so many mystery in those book and the beauty how they are all solved pretty much like the series.I must say that I m one of those people that enjoy a little drama, so I was hoping forin the jealous front from Nikki but the whole theme wasn t front approached it which from the last page of this book it may be happening on the next book.This book was just great and I don t to spoil from you, we get light steamy romance as always and the interaction between Nikki and Rook are always a mix between fun, sexy and romantic.If you have read the others books here you gonna get the same level of excellence delivery in others, though I must say that this was one of the best plot wise.Nikki Heat is one of those sexy hot kickass female characters that as a woman myself I just love to read about strong female characters and Nikki totally delivers on that front She s a complex and strong character.Jameson Rook is IMO sexier than Castle tv and almost as funny but that s because the book genre is different from the series which is awesome cause you get the feel that you are getting twice as much from the series and characters that you love.I just love the author, the series, the plot, the characters, everything This entire series is a mix between awesome and perfection.To sum up Woo hoo it s another fun, easy reading book in the series featuring Pulitzer Prize winning author Jameson Rook and his police detective pal and lover , Nikki Heat Nothing mind bending here, but just an excellent follow up to Frozen Heat, the most recent Although the book can stand alone, those who ve been following the series which in many ways mirrors the popular TV show Castle and often reads like a TV script will wrap up some nasty issues that have been plaguing the dynamic duo fro Woo hoo it s another fun, easy reading book in the series featuring Pulitzer Prize winning author Jameson Rook and his police detective pal and lover , Nikki Heat Nothing mind bending here, but just an excellent follow up to Frozen Heat, the most recent Although the book can stand alone, those who ve been following the series which in many ways mirrors the popular TV show Castle and often reads like a TV script will wrap up some nasty issues that have been plaguing the dynamic duo from the beginning In this one, the two begin with trying to find the motive behind the murder of an old spy the guy who gave the order for the execution of Nikki s motherthan 10 years ago , which in turn leads to a possible terrorist plot that s apparently been on hold for years until now Then, a serial killer makes himself known with a red string of murders His next target None other than Nikki Heat.As in the TV show, Jameson s witty banter is everywhere in the TV show, it comes from Richard Castle, wonderfully played by Nathan Fillion And as usual, there are not so sly references to the show at one point, a group of producers consider developing a show based on Jameson s work and agree that Nathan would be a good choice for the lead.I also noticed what may be a trend in books The mention of other books and or authors within the plot Here, Janet Evanovich perhaps best known for her Stephanie Plum series gets a tip of the hat The same thing happened in the latest book by Sue Grafton W is for Wasted , wherein the late Robert B Parker s name turned upthan once Thanks in large part to the ability to record TV shows and skirt those obnoxious advertisements, we re seeingandproduct placements the cast sitting around drinking Coke or working on iPads, for instance so I suspect this is something we may seeof in the world of books

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