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by J a Kerley

  • ISBN: 0007328133
  • Category: Action and Adventure
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: J a Kerley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harper Collins Ome (2010)
  • ePub book: 1197 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1212 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 471

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KERLEY Buried Alive HARPER To the Northside Trio: Duane, Dave, and that other guy. Table of Contents Cover Title Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS About the Author Also by . To the Northside Trio

Kerley, J. A. Cherry said as we climbed into her ride. The FBI’s back in the picture tomorrow and I’ll be running errands for Dark Lady Krenkler.

Kerley, J. Then we’re going to my place for supper. I don’t know if I should- The hell with the world, Carson. I want to stay up in the sky a while. She’d never used my first name. I can’t explain it, but at that moment I would have jumped headlong from the nearest cliff had she asked. The sky it is, I said

I enjoyed the last Kerley book I read and was looking forward to the next instalment. This didn't disappoint in terms of Carson and the storyline.

by J. Kerley (Author). Book 7 of 12 in the Carson Ryder Series. I enjoyed the last Kerley book I read and was looking forward to the next instalment. Thankfully, I am not that bright and was so engrossed in the book I must have missed it! Ryder is a great character and again is written well with all his baggage too.

Is there more than one killer on the loose? And how does Carson’s clinically insane brother, Jeremy, now on the run, fit into the picture? It is down to Ryder to unearth horrors from the past that others believe should remain burie. hriller & Crime

Is there more than one killer on the loose? And how does Carson’s clinically insane brother, Jeremy, now on the run, fit into the picture? It is down to Ryder to unearth horrors from the past that others believe should remain burie. hriller & Crime. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Buried Alive (Carson Ryder, Book 7). J. Kerley

Buried Alive (Carson Ryder, Book 7). Kerley. The next in the bestselling series of psychological thrillers featuring Carson Ryder, the detective with a unique perspective on serial killers Soon after witnessing the escape of violent psychopath Bobby Crayline from prison, Alabaman detective Carson Ryder takes a rare break in the mountains. Is there more than one killer on the loose? And how does Carson?s clinically insane brother, Jeremy, now on the run, fit into the picture? It is down to Ryder to unearth horrors from the past that others believe should remain buried? Read online.

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Soon after witnessing the escape of violent psychopath Bobby Crayline from prison, Alabaman detective Carson Ryder takes a rare break in the mountains. But his vacation is interrupted when an anonymous phone call summons him to the scene of a grisly murder. With more savage killings, and the heavy-handed FBI only inflaming the situation, Ryder and the local detective Donna Cherry sift through the increasingly bizarre clues. Is there more than one killer on the loose? And how does Carson's clinically insane brother Jeremy, now on the run, fit into the picture? It is down to Ryder to unearth horrors from the past that others believe should remain buried...

Comments

Agamaginn Agamaginn
No where near as good as his first few novels but still an entertaining read. If you're a fan it's worth a read if this is your first time looking at at Jack Kerley book please read The Hundredth Man, Death Collectors, or Garden of Vipers (also called Broken Souls) first.
Akisame Akisame
Great writer! Wish he were more prolific but than maybe his books wouldn't be so good! Keep up the great work.
Bremar Bremar
Hope he nevery stops writing. As good as Jeffery Deaver.
Whitemaster Whitemaster
Thank you! As described, and received on time!
Syleazahad Syleazahad
I discovered Jack Kerley via Goodreads.com and have since ordered and read every one of his books. Love his brother; deliciously diabolical. A great story with lots of deep South atmosphere.
Jesmi Jesmi
I am again pleased to have purchased one of J kerleys books. I really like the stories and characters, they always leave me wanting more.
Cobyno Cobyno
Jack Kerley has now written 7 of these books in the series featuring Detective Carson Ryder. I have not read the earlier books in the series but did read the last book entitled `Little Girls Lost'.

After Ryder witnesses the escape of the violent psychopath Bobby Crayline from prison, he decides a holiday is in order. He takes a rare break in the mountains with his faithful dog named Mix-Up (GREAT name for a dog by the way!). As usual, Carson's break is interrupted, as any good fictional Detective should expect! He gets called to a grisly murder scene by an anonymous phone call.

His unexpected presence at the crime scene doesn't go down well with local Detective Donna Cherry, but before long there are too many bodies to be fighting between themselves. Unwittingly Carson gets dragged into the murders and tries to help Cherry get to the bottom of it.

With the arrival of the FBI, things certainly don't go smoothly and before long Carson realises there is a lot more at stake that a serial killer, as things and people from his past begin to emerge.

I enjoyed the last Kerley book I read and was looking forward to the next instalment. This didn't disappoint in terms of Carson and the storyline. When I saw other reviews of the book, a couple of people complained there was a major plot spoiler quite early on that looked like an editorial mistake. Thankfully, I am not that bright and was so engrossed in the book I must have missed it!

Ryder is a great character and again is written well with all his baggage too. It's nice to see him in an area that is not his local stomping ground and the character Donna Cherry made for a good match up as she is certainly not a pushover. The story itself starts with the escape of convict Bobby Crayline, and before long I forgot all about him while the other murders were taking place. This meant that there were two major plots running through the story which made it quite interesting.

The murder scenes were as usual very grisly and descriptive, but I must point out that Jack Kerley actually made me wince whilst reading one particular section of the book. I actually had to stop reading one scene involving a dead corpse laid out for viewing as it had my stomach turning! Either I have a very active imagination, or he is a great writer. I think it may be a combination of the two, but it makes for great reading.

The introduction of Carson's brother was very interesting and although I don't want to introduce a plot spoiler, I am glad the story panned out the way it did giving the story more room to grow in future books.

The book was paced very well and towards the end we see it reach its climax and wrap things up nicely. All in all, once again a thoroughly enjoyable read, although not one for the weak stomached!
I wasn't impressed with this one. I've liked Carson Ryder but this one just didn't do much for me in the way of the storyline.

It started good with the escape and all but it just seemed to drag and drag for me without much happening for pages at a time so by the time something did happen I had lost interest and just started skimming through it.

Hope the next Ryder book is much better than this one.