Jan 23, 2022

The Book Case (John Corey)

The Book Case (John Corey) By {author, ☆ The Book Case (John Corey) ↠ Nelson DeMille ☆ The Book Case (John Corey) ↠ Nelson DeMille - The Book Case (John Corey), The Book Case John Corey In this compact and delightful murder mystery New York Times bestselling suspense novelist Nelson DeMille returns to one of his most beloved charactersthe hard boiled NYPD Detective John Corey New Yo

  • Publisher‏:‎ Thomas & Mercer (May 8, 2012)
  • Publication date‏:‎ May 8, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 200 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 67 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

☆ The Book Case (John Corey) ↠ Nelson DeMille, The Book Case (John Corey), Nelson DeMille, The Book Case John Corey In this compact and delightful murder mystery New York Times bestselling suspense novelist Nelson DeMille returns to one of his most beloved charactersthe hard boiled NYPD Detective John Corey New York City bookstore owner Otis Parker is dead killed by a falling bookcase A tragic accident Corey isnt so sure With deadpan humor and skeptical eye the determined detective

The Book Case (John Corey)

☆ The Book Case (John Corey) ↠ Nelson DeMille ☆ The Book Case (John Corey) ↠ Nelson DeMille - The Book Case (John Corey), The Book Case John Corey In this compact and delightful murder mystery New York Times bestselling suspense novelist Nelson DeMille returns to one of his most beloved charactersthe hard boiled NYPD Detective John Corey New Yo The Book Case (John Corey)

  • ☆ The Book Case (John Corey) ↠ Nelson DeMille
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The Book Case (John Corey)

233 thought on “The Book Case (John Corey)

  1. Another author who s name I have seen quite often but never read, so worth a look.Its the police case surrounding an apparent accidental death in a bookstore A bookcase falls on the owner and kills him Hence the play on words with the tile The Book Case and not The Bookcase.I really enjoyed NYPD Detective John Corey s, often humorous, internal monologue and it reminded me a lot of some Mickey Spillane or Ben Aaronovitch Without doubt I now look forward to reading a full length novel or two by th [...]


  2. If you re reading this review, you know what you re looking for It s worth the couple bucks even for prime folks, go ahead, hit the bartender s tip jar DeMille serves up a good bite here and earned it.It s a good little story It ties up neatly and you see it s tracks before you get to the end, but given the brevity it s not like a dozen characters could be introduced Reads long enough to fill that gap between the time you finish your shower and your wife finally finishes getting dressed before y [...]


  3. Several years ago I read a couple of Nelson DeMille s novels, including Plum Island , which I remember enjoying very much In this Kindle Single, The Book Case , I think that the means of either accident or homicide in the killing of bookstore owner, Otis Parker, was creative and a bit unusual Detective John Corey, who investigates this case, and who is from NYPD s First Precinct Detective Squad is a very likeable cop with a sense of humor I laughed in many places in this short story, especially [...]


  4. I hadn t read DeMille for quite some time given my steady incoming requests for reviews however, when I saw the title plus written by a well known author, I had to get it OK, I admit it my passion for books extends to reading books aboutbooks I m certainly glad I got this one.Every author must think of just writing for fun once in awhileJ P Lane admitted to me that she had often laughed as she wrote The Tangled Web I m certainly not going to get the chance to discuss this short story with Nelson [...]


  5. I have not read any of the detective Corey series I picked this up for my kindle, not expecting any need to read something first Fortunately, I found this book stood on its own very well.Anyone with a modest collection will know the nightmare of the falling bookcase Since so many of us can picture this as an accident, this story will give us room to decide for ourselves the possibilities of it happening What I gathered while reading this book is that there is a detective assigned to stop in and [...]


  6. I am a fan of De Mille and have read most of his books, including the previous ones which had John Corey as the main character, which is why I chose this story in the first place This book was nowhere near the usual standard I felt the storyline was very weak and there was not the usual amount of humour we have come to expect from this character The other characters were boring and there was very little action involved It will not put me off buying De Mille again but I will not rush to buy anoth [...]


  7. Having read many of NDM s and usually very positive I was getting a bit weary of our anti hero but this is a good light read whilst chilling by the pool and for a short story the characters involved had a bit of depth which is no mean feat for a read this size.


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