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on 25 August 2001
I have now read all of the published body of evidence books staring Jenna Blake and i have to say this is the best of all of them. It has everything a book needs to keep you in suspense. Not only is this book of the horror and thriller genre but it also has romance (not too much) and a very detailed medical knowledge. All this makes this series of books for everyone no matter which genre is preferred. This particular book is the most thrilling because everything happens in it the story line is so much different from the rest of the series how Christopher Golden comes up with these ideas is beyond me, it has to be said that all his books are unique, it just happens that this is more unique than the rest.Well worth the read.Amazon should be praised for stocking this book.
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon 14 October 2006
After Jenna Blake's very eventful first week at Somerset University in Massachusetts (BODY BAGS) which included politically-motivated killings and attempts on her life, it would be hard to believe that college could get even more complicated. But in THIEF OF HEARTS, it does just that, and in true style!

Jenna's been at college for a month now, getting into the rhythm of classes, friendship (with her roommate Yoshiko, best friend Melody, and Melody's brother Hunter), and a renewed relationship with her father, Professor Logan, who teaches at the school. Now, her half-brother, Pierce, has shown up to spend his thirty-day leave from the Marine Corps with their father, and Jenna is thrilled. She hasn't seen her much older brother in years, and she's looking forward to renewing their relationship.

There's a problem though--more murders start happening on and around campus, just about the time Pierce shows up in Somerset. And Jenna's doubly dismayed when she assists in the first autopsy as part of her job with the Medical Examiner's office, and realizes that these murders are particularly grisly. Whoever is killing men and women around Somerset isn't just murdering them, but taking their hearts.

As the suspense builds--Pierce becomes a suspect of local detectives Audrey Gaines and Danny Mariano; Jenna and her friends just might be in danger--the book picks up speed. I read THIEF OF HEARTS in one sitting, much the same way I did with the first book in the series, BODY BAGS.

This is a great series for readers of all ages who are interested in forensic work. Highly recommended, and I can't wait to get started on the next book in the series.

Christopher Golden threw me for a loop with this story, with the death of a major character. It definitely added to the sense of urgency in finding the killer, but I admit I was shocked! Just don't be surprised if you find yourself caught up in the shock, sadness, and sense of desperation that this story brings!

Reviewed by: Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius"
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on 17 August 2013
love this book and this entire series! bought the entire series and couldn't stop reading. it's definitely worth a read
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