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Double Check (Traces #4)

4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  230 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Everton Kohter is a young man on death row -- in nineteen days the Authorities will have him executed by lethal injection. But Luke Harding and his airborne robotic sidekick, Malc, have been tipped off that Everton didn't commit the murder, despite the overwhelming evidence. Against the ticking clock, Luke chases all of his leads—some of which include freak elect
Paperback, 215 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Kingfisher (first published October 16th 2006)
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Cathleen Ash
Luke Harding is the youngest FI ever. In this future world, where every investigator has a Mobile Aid to law and crime, Luke has already made a good record for himself. MALC helps him out, but really, it's Luke's instinct and daring that has gotten him this far.
Jade is his best friend and a woman he knows can never be his partner - the authorities pick who is best for partners and never do they mix fields. Jade is an artist and Luke is an investigator. It would be unheard of. But the authorities
This book is about a guy who lives in the future and he is a forensic investigator. He thought that a 15 year old wasnt guilty but was sentence to be killed in a few weeks. He goes through many things and find many evidence that somehow he didnt murder the victim.
I thought this book was very interesting, it kept me reading till the end. I use to like horror more than mystery book but this mystery book was just as thrilling. The language was very easy to understand but the author still use a var
Madeleine J
Double Check is yet another amazing book in the Traces series by Malcolm Rose. In this installment, a friend asks Luke Harding (a forensic investigator) to help a boy named Everton Kohter, convicted of a murder. Something seems off to Luke when he looks at the evidence, but his robot MALC points out that it all makes sense. This book is yet another example of Rose's fantastic writing and imagination. I highly recommend this story. Read the book to find out how all the evidence comes together!
Luke investigates for a teen sentenced to death for murder.
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Believe it or not, until Easter 1996, I was a Lecturer in Chemistry at The Open University. I carried out research in analytical chemistry, particularly in the area of health, and I taught mainly organic chemistry. The teaching part of the job predominantly involved writing, with some radio, TV and video work. It also left very little time for fiction writing which I tackled mostly after midnight. ...more
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