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Cutting Edge (Lucas Stonecoat #1)

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To a killer, murder is a game. To the victims, death is all too real. But when a popular computer game inspires a virtual crime wave, a female police psychiatrist must enlist a former police detective to help her cross the edge between games and reality, genius and insanity, life and death.
Paperback, 424 pages
Published February 1st 1997 by Jove
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Adam
Walker introduces a character who you just feel for -- a guy who has been through a lot and tries to pick up, in some sense, where he left off. The two main characters bring you through the minds of criminals in this action-packed story. Parts of the book become a little predictable -- or so you would think. Walker doesn't just take you down the seemingly obvious path in this book.

The story was good, but the editing was terrible -- perhaps that's an issue of the Kindle edition. Quotation marks w...more
Jeanette
Brilliant. Normally I have a murder mystery figured out before the end of the book. I honestly had no idea who was murdering people until the last chapters. BUT... Why oh why did the author leave the relationship between the two main characters unfinished? I want to know if they end up together. Good job, Robert W. Walker now I have to go see what other books you published to see if there is a book after this one that tells me what happens between Lucas and Meredyth!
Shalena
This book starts out a little slow for me but by chapter 12 I started getting antsy to know what Stonecoat and Dr. Sanger would do with the case. Walker had me reeled in with the way he made me think that Stonecoat didn’t want to take the chance but with Sanger’s pursuit, he was all in. It was like she was just pulling him along. Both characters had a love-hate persona for each other. Throughout the book Walker puts in all kinds of twist and turns making it a true suspense novel. After reading t...more
Candy
I found this this be a great suspense novel. Lucas Stonecoat is an Native American cop trying to get his detective status back in Houston Texas. It is full of action and suspense as to who is killing people, Robert Walker gets the action going and keeps it going through the whole book all the way to the end. Just bought the rest of the series.
Will Decker
Misused words, formatting off in many places, (might have been caused from converting), weak story and weaker characters. Too much was unbelievable and the characters were as wishy washy as shapeshifters. There might be a good story in it, but it still needs a lot of work.
Nikki Golden
A quick read, easy to figure out at the end, but kept you guessing in the middle. A bit too much of the brooding, broken figure in Lucas Stonecoat. Hopefully he is less so in the next book in the series.
Colette
I really liked this book. It kept the suspense up until the very last page. Liked the characters.
David
First of the series and looks as if it may be OK.
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Aka Geoffrey Caine, Glenn Hale, Evan Kingsbury, Stephen Robertson

Master of suspense and bone-chilling terror, Robert W. Walker, BS and MS in English Education, Northwestern University, has penned 44 novels and has taught language and writing for over 25 years. Showing no signs of slowing down, he is currently juggling not one but three new series ideas, and has completed a film script and a TV tre...more
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