- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 959 KB
- Print Length: 320 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Robert W. Walker / robertwalkerbooks.cm (15 April 2010)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003HNO1BG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #81,613 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Unnatural Instinct (Instinct Series Book 9) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
absolute page turner (even though it is a bit gruesome) but this is what I love about the instinct books, the detailed description, you can't imagine any human being do this to another human being. I don't know where he gets his ideas from.. Would recommend to all thriller lovers out there
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Jessie, with the help of her colleagues, including her lover, Richard Sharpe, frantically seeks clues to the identity of Judge DeCampe's abductor. The investigators even enlist the aid of a psychic, Kim Desinor, who senses that the judge has been taken to a place filled with decay. As the investigators race against time, the judge is facing certain death at the hands of her crazed attacker.
Unfortunately, "Unnatural Instinct" does not rise above the pedestrian. The dialogue is stilted and the characters are mostly stereotypes. Although there is a fair amount of suspense as the killer eludes his pursuers time and again, the plot is basically a recycling of many similar novels. The only real distinction of "Unnatural Instinct" is the method that the killer uses to torture his victim. It is a novel idea, as original as it is gruesome, and it is one that I have never encountered before. Overall, however, "Unnatural Instinct" is an average thriller that breaks little new ground.
usually stop us).
Medical examiner Dr. Jessica Coran is called upon to find a judge, Maureen
DeCampe, who has been abducted from the parking garage of her courthouse.
Jessica has her lover and a number of other people helping her in a race
against time since they are quite sure the kidnapper doesn't mean to keep
the judge alive long.
The book is well written and very intense. The descriptions are vivid and
graphic. I found myself reading past my bedtime.
The judge when confronted by Isaiah Purdy did not feel that he was a threat to her. She knew him from her days as a judge in Texas when she sentences his son to death in the electric chair for a series of rape-murderers. After his son was killed Isaiah claimed the body, drove to Washington DC and abducted the judge. She is now naked tied to Isaiah's son rotting decayed corpse and she will surely die if Jessica and her team fail to find her rather quickly.
There are very few crime writers to day who consistently write compelling and exciting thrillers. Robert W. Walker is not only of those very few, he is elite amongst them. Hopefully he obtains what he deserves having UNNATURAL INSTINCT on all the bestseller lists for its powerful story line with a strong cast. The heroine, a brilliant workaholic, might have finally met her match in Richard Sharpe. They make a good pair personally and professional and it is hoped that there will be more novels starring this couple in the not too distant future.
Overall though, it seems like Mr. Walker is returning to the form that he had last in Darkest Instinct and Extreme Instinct. Let's hope the next book in this series continues the trend of good books in this series.
But please, no more cameos from characters in the Edge series, ok?
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