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Lost Bullet (Traces #2)

4.05 of 5 stars 4.05  ·  rating details  ·  390 ratings  ·  17 reviews
Recently qualified as a forensic investigator, Luke Harding is assigned to the slums of London, where he and Malc investigate a doctor's murder. They find a bullet wound to her head, but rain has washed away the bullet -- and all other clues. As more innocent doctors die, Luke's sleuthing leads him to a mysterious cult called The Visionaries. With no time to lose, Luke mus ...more
Paperback, 204 pages
Published April 14th 2005 by Kingfisher
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Adarsh Kota
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Ethan Kelly
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In a town in London Birmingham, Luke and Malc are told to investigate a murder of a doctor. They find clues on how to get to World Church of Eternal Vision. The government in the city wasn't taking care of the people. Luke and Malc had alot of incounters with there other crimes. Luke and Malc struggled to find who killed the doctor.

The reason why i picked up this book was because i thought this book would be amazing and it turned out it was and i started reading it and it got interesting.

The rea
This book is good the overall plot is interesting and if you thought you knew what was going to happen next you were surprised to read you had got it wrong and the unexpected happened
Diana Gagliardi
Book 2 of the Luke Harding sf/mystery series takes him to a depressed London where government doesn't take care of everyone and many people are without regular work (and thus health care and food). Discrimination is rampant with someone trying to kill white people and anyone who supports medical intervention of "God's" work (disease, etc).

A good mystery with great characters, this was the most intense book of the series I've read yet with lots of interesting questions, not all of them able to be
While reading this book, I was at first unsure of myself about reading. As I got further and further into the story, I really got into it and I enjoyed the book very much. The story kept me interested with the "Oh, she did it, No he did it" scenario. I remember saying that all the time while reading this and I will keep continuing the series. Malcolm Rose is slowly starting to become one of my favorite authors.
this book is very exciting beacuse it has lots of points were their is a red hearing or spark of iformation. Its about 16 year old field invetigator who is on the case someone who got shot but while he is investigating the crime their is many incounters with different crimes
Cole Price
This book was not as good as the first one, but was still a pretty good book. I like how Malc has changed and had weapon like features. I hope the next one is better than this one, but I would still recommend this book to people who liked the first one.
This is sorta a stereotyped book. It involves snakes, fires, four deaths, attempted killings and religion. If you are a mystery lover try and figure out who the killer is before it's too late.
I liked it, but the church in here was too similar to our Christian church now (and it sort of portrayed it in a bad light) for me to love it.
I expected it to be okay but not this good. It surely caught me off guard. I think the author did a very good job with this one.
the book,in fact the series is well written......a good story and a good plot....
Luke investigates the murder of a doctor in London. Snakes again?? Yikes!
Cory Rouse
This book was pretty good.... the last was better but still major props....
i relly liked this edventuris book i hope to read more.
So far it is really good.
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Traces (7 books)
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