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Final Edge

(Lucas Stonecoat #4)

3.84  ·  Rating details ·  49 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
The bodies of young girls are turning up--piece by piece. The ghastly mementos are being delivered to Detective Lucas Stonecoat and Dr. Meredyth Sanger, signaling the beginning of a gruesome game. But who's playing it? Why? And how far will it go? Stonecoat and Sanger are going to find out...
Paperback, 464 pages
Published February 24th 2004 by Jove
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Mar 17, 2008 rated it liked it
Walker needs to do his homework...sets a novel in Houston, TX and has his main character drives one hour to the desert. The desert is a good fifteen hour drive from Houston. There are so many geographical and sociological errors regarding Texas in the book that it is obvious that the author has his knowledge of the state from old western movies.

The plot was good and once you get half way into it the book becomes interesting enough that you want to keep turning pages.
Sep 02, 2010 rated it it was ok
This book seemed to last forever. Itis 457 pages and seemed very violent at first--even disgusting. Lucas Stonecoat, a police officer, and Meredith Sanger had something going at an earlier time as they team up to solve a murder, and hopefully prevent more. They plod on and the killer, a severely deranged young woman who hates Meredith, leaves pieces of corpse for them to find. There were times when I felt bogged down. Obviously, other people found it more compelling.
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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

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