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Jerome Preisler
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Skin Deep (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation #16)

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  78 ratings  ·  9 reviews
A retired judge has been found brutally murdered on the outskirts of Las Vegas, complete with a macabre yet masterfully intricate tattoo on his face . . . the third seemingly random victim of the mysterious kidnapper dubbed by law enforcement as the "Tattoo Man." The judge wasn't the first person to have been abducted, drugged, and permanently altered with tattoos and body ...more
ebook, 352 pages
Published August 31st 2010 by Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
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My Thoughts: This is, clearly, a CSI novel so if you don't enjoy that show then you may not like this novel either. This novel, not unlike the other CSI novels, involve a very interesting killer. These characters, always with depth, remind me of the serial killers from Criminal Minds. It might as well be a Criminal Minds novel, other than the characters. This novel doesn't involve a crime of passion with a quick cover up. It has a very elaborate back-story. This novel requires a great deal of th ...more
I love the cases! Tattoo, very fascinating.
But, I don't like how the author portrait my favourite character, Sara Sidle. She's kind of out of character. In the book, she's a little bit of diva and she's mean to Hodges. I know Sara Sidle doesn't behave like this after watching CSI for so many years. I wouldn't have like her if she's like this.
Anyway, I'm surprise when Grissom made an 'appearance'! I love that part very much! I had a big smile on my face when I was reading it! :) I miss him so m
Jessica Goodall
I couldn't barely start this book. I love the show, but this was too grotesque for me to read.
Richnetta Veeris
It was ok, I kept reading, stopping, reading, stopping. It is not a real page turner. The closer you get to the end, the more predictable it gets. It's a good book to read on the train, nice to read, but it won't suck you in, so you will be able to hear the announcements :-)
Brianna Bowman
This book was good. The killer took off other people's sacrifications & hung onto them. It's gross but very intriguing. I liked this book a lot.
Jay O
This book was a tweener. It wasn't great and it wasn't bad. Early on you could tell where the plot was headed and who the killer or killers(?) were.
Brain candy w/ a touch of violence and a hint of Nazis.
Wan Ni
Oct 30, 2011 Wan Ni marked it as gave-up-on  ·  review of another edition
Can't seem to be intrigued by the murder case! :(
One word = graphic
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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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