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eBook Harm for the Holidays: Heart Attack (CSI: Miami) ePub

by Donn Cortez

  • ISBN: 0743499522
  • Category: Action and Adventure
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Donn Cortez
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pocket Star; First Edition edition (January 30, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1511 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1947 kb
  • Other: doc mbr mobi txt
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 983

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Cortez's two-part CSI:Miami story, concluding in "Harm for the Holidays: Heart Attack" is very true to the TV. .This is yet another good CSI:Miami book. It kept my attention from beginning to end, although I figured out the "big twist" well before it was revealed

Cortez's two-part CSI:Miami story, concluding in "Harm for the Holidays: Heart Attack" is very true to the TV series and the characters in it. That is to say, it's an engrossing read, but strays as far from technical reality as does the TV series. If you like "good guys vs terrorists" stories, you should get both books and read them - you won't be disappointed. It kept my attention from beginning to end, although I figured out the "big twist" well before it was revealed. That didn't ruin the enjoyment of the book, however.

1. THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS, thirteen men died in Miami. Two perished in an accident on the freeway, victims of too much holiday cheer and not enough judgment

1. Two perished in an accident on the freeway, victims of too much holiday cheer and not enough judgment. One died in a fire caused by a string of faulty Christmas tree lights, and one was shot in a drunken family dispute over a football game on television. The other nine had gathered in a junkyard on the outskirts of Homestead.

Donn Cortez is the pseudonym for Don DeBrandt, who has authored several novels. High Resolution Images. More books from this author: Donn Cortez. More books in this series: CSI: Miami. He lives in Vancouver, Canada. Book Cover Image (jpg): CSI: Miami: Harm for the Holidays: Heart Attack. Author Photo (jpg): Donn Cortez. CSI: Miami: Harm for the Holidays: Heart Attack. Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! Tell us what you like and we'll recommend books you'll love.

As winter's hold deepens in the dark days of February, Miami's hotels fill to the bursting point. Cruise ships flock to the busiest port in the world as people desperate for warmer climates board these behemoths of the seas. People with too much time and money fill the clubs. In every other jurisdiction, as its citizens are driven indoors, there is a downturn in crime but not in Miami, as the members of the Miami-Dade Crime Lab can attest.

Donn Cortez is a pseudonym for Canadian author Don DeBrandt. Born in Saskatchewan, he currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Donn Cortez is a pseudonym for Canadian author Don DeBrandt. In addition to North America, his books have been published in Germany, France, Italy, and Russia.

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Misgivings (CSI: Miami, Book 5) (Harm for the Holidays, Part I). Donn Cortez. Cut and Run (CSI: Miami, Book 7). Right to Die (CSI: Miami, Book 8). Jeff Mariotte. Cortez's two-part CSI:Miami story, concluding in "Harm for the Holidays: Heart Attack" is very true to the TV series and the characters in it.

A cruise ship pauses in Miami for New Year's Eve. When a failed international terrorist incident occurs, the prime suspect has an ironclad alibi: he was miles away onboard the cruise ship performing his magic act. Can Caine prove the magician and the terrorist are one and the same? The second of a two-part story based on the hit CBS show.

As winter's hold deepens in the dark days of February, Miami's hotels fill to the bursting point. Cruise ships flock to the busiest port in the world as people desperate for warmer climates board these behemoths of the seas. People with too much time and money fill the clubs. In every other jurisdiction, as its citizens are driven indoors, there is a downturn in crime but not in Miami, as the members of the Miami-Dade Crime Lab can attest. Stretched to the breaking point, Lieutenant Caine is called to what appears to be a failed international terrorist incident: a botched arms-for-Afghani-heroin exchange. The scene is littered with bodies and blood droplets identified as being from one Abdus Sattar Pathan. Once before, Pathan managed to escape being charged in the murder of a Federal agent. This time Caine has him. Except Pathan has an iron-clad alibi: he was miles away, on stage doing his magic act. Horatio is convinced that Pathan and the international terrorist known as the Hare are one and the same. Can Caine prove it before the Hare puts his deadly plan into motion?

Comments

Beahelm Beahelm
Cortez's two-part CSI:Miami story, concluding in "Harm for the Holidays: Heart Attack" is very true to the TV series and the characters in it. That is to say, it's an engrossing read, but strays as far from technical reality as does the TV series. If you like "good guys vs terrorists" stories, you should get both books and read them -- you won't be disappointed.
Flash_back Flash_back
This is yet another good CSI:Miami book. It kept my attention from beginning to end, although I figured out the "big twist" well before it was revealed. That didn't ruin the enjoyment of the book, however. It is the second book in a two-book storyline, but I think either one can be read as a stand-alone book (especially this one).