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The Murder Notebook by Jonathan Santlofer
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May 30, 2012

it was amazing

Loved it! This is the 2nd book in the Nate Rodriguez series - and it was written in 2008. I want to read more - but yet, I don't know if there will be another one :(
Anyway, Nate Rodriguez is a forensics sketch artist who works freelance. He is still dealing with the death of his father a few years ago. In this book, Bronx Lieutenant Bill Guthrie wants him to do a facial reconstruction of a skull with bullet holes that was also burned in a fire. Chief Perry Denton wants his help on the case of a murdered student. Nate interviews the dead student's girlfriend who describes a man who picked a fight with her boyfriend for no apparent reason. The sketch evidently leads the police to the killer who ends up committing suicide. More murder-suicide crimes occurred and Nate convinces his peers they are linked, but no one knows how; besides the FBI takes charge. But even though NYPD is off the case and the FBI has now taken over, Nate still has questions - he continues following his leads trying to find answers.
I love how you see the sketches of the suspects and victims - and the book tells you how to recreate a skull. The book is very interesting and keeps you turning the pages.
Please Mr. Santlofer... another one please

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