FaceoffPDF Faceoff By David Baldacci Liversite.co.uk Edited By 1 New York Times Bestselling Author David Baldacci And Including Stories By Michael Connelly, Lee Child, Jeffery Deaver, And , This One Of A Kind Anthology Pulls Together The Most Beloved Characters From The Best And Most Popular Thriller Series Today Worlds Collide In An Unprecedented Collaboration, Twenty Three Of The World S Bestselling And Critically Acclaimed Thriller Writers Have Paired Their Series Characters Such As Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, And Lincoln Rhyme In An Eleven Story Anthology Curated By The International Thriller Writers ITW All Of The Contributors To FaceOff Are ITW Members And The Stories Feature These Dynamic Duos Harry Bosch Vs Patrick Kenzie In Red Eye, By Michael Connelly And Dennis Lehane John Rebus Vs Roy Grace In In The Nick Of Time, By Ian Rankin And Peter James Slappy The Ventriloquist Dummy Vs Aloysius Pendergast In Gaslighted, By R.L Stine, Douglas Preston, And Lincoln Child Malachai Samuels Vs D.D Warren In The Laughing Buddha, By M.J Rose And Lisa Gardner Paul Madriani Vs Alexandra Cooper In Surfing The Panther, By Steve Martini And Linda Fairstein Lincoln Rhyme Vs Lucas Davenport In Rhymes With Prey, By Jeffery Deaver And John Sandford Michael Quinn Vs Repairman Jack In Infernal Night, By Heather Graham And F Paul Wilson Sean Reilly Vs Glen Garber In Pit Stop, By Raymond Khoury And Linwood Barclay Wyatt Hunt Vs Joe Trona In Silent Hunt, By John Lescroart And T Jefferson Parker Cotton Malone Vs Gray Pierce In The Devil S Bones, By Steve Berry And James Rollins Jack Reacher Vs Nick Heller In Good And Valuable Consideration, By Lee Child And Joseph FinderSo Sit Back And Prepare For A Rollicking Ride As Your Favorite Characters Go Head To Head With Some Worthy Opponents In FaceOff It S A Thrill A Minute Read. Posted to The Literary Lawyer.ca A Unique and Thrilling Anthology 3.8 Stars When I saw an anthology that had Cotton Malone and Grayson Pierce in the same story, I had to get my hands on the book I don t know about you, but I would love to read a cross over novel with my favorite characters Unfortunately, the cross over novels will never occur but this is a fun substitute I did a short review of each story and averaged the ratings out to 3.8 stars Most of the stories were great while a couple lacked Some of the biggest authors here gave a below average stories but there were plenty of great stories to go around This is a fun anthology that is well worth the read.RED EYE 3.5 StarsDennis Lehane vs Michael ConnellyPatrick Kenzie vs Harry BoschThe PI and the Police officer meet in this short story Harry Bosch finds himself in Boston looking for DNA to close a decade old cold case In the process he finds himself on Kenzie s turf while Kenzie is tracking down a missing girl As their interests seem to be the same, they assist each other to find some evidence they hope will assist them both to close their case.There is interesting dialogue between these two type A personalities as each tries to up the other once or twice and one finds himself as the butt end of a joke or two The two writing styles matched well and the result was an above average short story The authors faced an obvious issue of deciding how to get a Boston PI and LA Detective into
Description In an unprecedented collaboration, twenty three of the world s bestselling and critically acclaimed thriller writers have paired their series characters such as Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Lincoln Rhyme in an eleven story anthology curated by the International Thriller Writers ITW All of the contributors to FaceOff are ITW members and the stories feature these dynamic duos Harry Bosch vs Patrick Kenzie in Red Eye, by Michael Connelly and Dennis Lehane John Rebus vs Roy Grace in In the Nick of Time, by Ian Rankin and Peter James Slappy the Ventriloquist Dummy vs Aloysius Pendergast in Gaslighted, by R.L Stine, Douglas Preston, and Lincoln Child Malachai Samuels vs D.D Warren in The Laughing Buddha, by M.J Rose and Lisa Gardner Paul Madriani vs Alexandra Cooper in Surfing the Panther, by Steve Martini and Linda Fairstein Lincoln Rhyme vs Lucas Davenport in Rhymes With Prey, by Jeffery Deaver and John Sandford Michael Quinn vs Repairman Jack in Infernal Night, by Heather Graham and F Paul Wilson Sean Reilly vs Glen Garber in Pit Stop, by Raymond Khoury and Linwood Barclay Wyatt Hunt vs Joe Trona in Silent Hunt, by John Lescroart and T Jefferson Parker Cotton Malone vs Gray Pierce in The Devil s
I won this book in a GoodReads.com First Reads Giveaway I only read 4 5 of these Most were crap, occult, crap, old dull farts, crap, paranormal, crap, horror, crap, fecking lawyers crap, or wildly misogynistic Rhymes with Prey Ugh It was nice to see Patrick Kenzie again, even as Connelly was stingy with my wonderful Bosch written as pretty dull It s also interesting as this story occurs before the last book in the series, Moonlight Mile Timing is just as Kenzie and Gena
Great concept here matching different characters together in short stories Eleven tales with twenty two characters This is an offering fron the International Thriller Writers Brief intros before each story gives us sketches of the characters and how it was decided to put them together.A lot of them I wasn t familiar with As much as I try, Lord knows I can t read everything Nice introductions though and it certainly gave me some directions to head.My favorite, and the longest, was RHYMES WITH PREY by Jeffrey Deaver and John Sandford putting Lincoln Rhyme and Lucas Davenport working a case together Also liked GASLIGHTED by R L Stine, Douglas Preston, and Lincoln Child with Slappy the Ventriloquist Dummy againsy Aloysius Pendergast.But make no mistake all absorbing storye
Done a review before, just an update.Five stars.Great collection of authors I thoroughly enjoyed this book I love short stories and I love mystery thrillers One of my favourites was Pit Stop by Linwood Barclay and Raymond Khoury Another was Rhymes with Prey by Jeffrey Deaver and John Sandford Some of these charac
While the premise is promising, the results fail to deliver The authors are better served sticking to their own characters and stories 2 of 10 stars I enjoyed seeing a few of my favorite suspense detective type characters either square off or join in an adventure In my opinion, the best featured Lee Child s Jack Reacher, and the weirdest was Pendergast vs the dummy but I m still thinking about that bizarre thing a couple of days later Sometimes, the total is greater than the sum of its parts The Talisman by Peter Straub and Stephen King comes to mind And sometimesnot FaceOff is regrettably an example of the latter Most of the collaborations here would not even be publishable if not for the names who did the writing They are just a big yawn Hey, not every novelist can write short stories.I think a variation of the following conversation took place often than we would like to think Hey mate, we promised David we would write something for his antho

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  • Faceoff
  • David Baldacci
  • English
  • 10 January 2019
  • 9781442370043