Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli & Isles 8-Book Bundle: The Surgeon; The Apprentice; The Sinner; Body Double; Vanish; The Mephisto Club; The Keepsake; Ice Cold (Rizzoli & Isles, Books 1–8)
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New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen has thrilled countless readers with her acclaimed novels of suspense featuring Boston detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles--and TNT struck ratings gold with the Rizzoli & Isles series based on Gerritsen's novels. Now here's a convenient e-book bundle of the first eight installments of this compelling series: The Surgeon, The Apprentice, The Sinner, Body Double, Vanish, The Mephisto Club, The Keepsake, and Ice Cold.
intimacy. But oh, how she missed the days when she could enjoy a night out! When an evening was something to look forward to, not dread. The room was still silent. Waiting. At last she looked up at him.”Pick me up at eight.” Catherine poured a glass of merlot and stood by the window, sipping wine as she gazed out at the night. She could hear laughter and could see people strolling below on Commonwealth Avenue. Fashionable Newbury Street was only one block away, and on a Friday night in summer
ponytail, exposing her strikingly angular features, the unadorned face, the glittering eyes. She had to be nearly as exhausted as he was, but fear had heightened her alertness, and she was like a feral cat, watching his every move as he approached the table. A half-empty cup of coffee sat in front of her. How many refills had she had? he wondered, and saw that she trembled as she reached for the cup. Not the steady hand of a surgeon, but the hand of a frightened woman. He sat down across from
the front door, and was admitted. Moments later, two gunshots were fired inside the house. Leonov walked out, climbed into his car, and was about to drive away when Vann and Dunleavy closed in and arrested him. Inside the house, Titov was found dead in the kitchen, two Black Talons in his brain. Ballistics later confirmed both bullets had been fired by Leonov’s weapon. Open and shut. The perp convicted, the weapon in police custody. Rizzoli could see no link at all between the deaths of Vassily
asked eagerly. She told the truth. “You looked like a real pro on TV.” “Yeah? It’s amazing, all the cameras out there. This has got everyone so excited.” He looked at his wife. “You know, hon, we need to document everything. Just so we have a record of it.” “What do you mean?” “Like, right now. This moment. We should have a picture of this moment. Me bringing you flowers as you lie in your hospital bed. I’ve already got pictures of the kid. Had the nurse bring her up to the window. But we
decide to come after all?” “You said we had common interests. I want to know what you mean by that.” He hung up her coat and turned, a looming figure dressed in black, his face burnished in gold from the firelight. “Evil,” he said. “That’s what we have in common. We’ve both seen it up close. We’ve looked into its face, smelled its breath. And felt it staring back at us.” “A lot of people have seen it.” “But you’ve known it on a deeply personal level.” “You’re talking about my mother again.”