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Nevada Rose (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation #10)

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  161 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Meet the little known and even less understood heroes of police work in Las Vegas. Led by veteran Gil Grissom, the remarkable team assigned to the Criminalistics Bureau's graveyard shift must combine cutting-edge scientific methods and old-fashioned detective savvy as they work to untangle the evidence behind the yellow police tape.
Published June 2008 by Pocket Books
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1. I was unaware up until this book that our intrepid CSIs had anything approaching "rank." Mr. Preisler, I am unamused with your fact-checking.

2. What is this mysterious flood that keeps being referenced? I keep feeling that there should have been some sort of episode lead-in, like they do on the show - you know, rain, thunder, lightning, the body being washed down the mountain...Instead, zip, nada, nothing. I even googled to see if Las Vegas had been flooded any time in the past two years or s
Oh dear the CSI novel timeline is once again shifted. Although in the novels publishing order Nevada Rose follows In Extremis it is in the written world seemingly placed between In Extremis and Snake Eyes (or very possibly even before Snake Eyes). But even then it doesn’t quite fit.

In Nevada Rose the CSI teams are once again split in to being Graveyard Shift and Swing Shift whereas in the novel In Extremis they are once again one team. If we are to follow the timeline mentioned at the beginning
This book was BORING...I own and have read the majority of the previous CSI books and Nevada Rose was not even remotely up to standards. It could be due to the change in author- however even CSI Miami and CSI NY done by other authors aren't as captivating as that of Max Allan Collins, yet they still far surpass that of this novel by Jerome Preisler.

It may be due to the continuous fact stating, or maybe the lack of suspense...but the outcome of this book seemed to typical and way too predictable
Jul 27, 2008 Mary rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: done
Nice easy read. Good addition to the series. A couple of the scenes with the unnamed man (men) were confusing and did not add much to the story.
I thought that this book was ok and the culprits were not a surprise.

There were to much extra information then was neccessary I felt
Only read half of it because I couldn't get into it.
not based on an episode
Two crimes in one. Nice.
Loved it!!!
29 Jul 2008
Great read.
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Jerome Preisler is a prolific author who has written over thirty books, including all eight novels in the #1 New York Times best-selling TOM CLANCY'S POWER PLAYS series, and more recently the narrative nonfictions ALL HANDS DOWN, CODE NAME CAESAR and DANIEL'S MUSIC. He is the author of the recently re-booted NET FORCE series, based on the New York Times bestselling series co-created by Tom Clancy. ...more
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