The Hundredth Man (Carson Ryder/Harry Nautilus Series) ePub download
by Dick Hill,Jack Kerley
- ISBN: 1593555784
- ISBN13: 978-1593555788
- ePub: 1885 kb | FB2: 1235 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Mystery
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 7, 2004)
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 372
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view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Written in the easy banter expected from a much more seasoned crime writer, Jack Kerley's "The Hundredth Man" is top-notch fiction, the starting chapter in what is likely to be a successful series of murder mystery. 3 people found this helpful.
Carson Ryder and Harry Nautilus are partners in newly formed unit (of two) dedicated to crimes .
Carson Ryder and Harry Nautilus are partners in newly formed unit (of two) dedicated to crimes that have a psychological bent, but they have a hard time getting validation from their peers when a case crops up. As the headless bodies pile up Ryder and Nautilus have to struggle to work within the bureaucracy of the police department while trying to put together leads.
Kerley's second novel brings us more of the two Mobile cops, Ryder and Nautilaus. This time they are after another serial killer wreaking havoc in the south Alabama town. Harry and Carson are a good pair of cops, each with a different attitude toward police work. This is a good follow up novel to the first by Mr. Kerley. The action moves along and the characters are interesting and well developed. There is good bit of wise cracking humor to relieve the tension.
The Hundredth Man book. Along with his partner Harry Nautilus, as the unfortunately named PSIT team (pronounced piss-it), he solves more unusual crimes. This is PSIT’s inaugural outing and is beset with problems, both from the crimes themselves and the politicking from above.
Carson Ryder and Harry Nautilus, police detectives in Mobile, Alabama . Shelve Detective Carson Ryder Thriller Series Books 1-3: The Hundredth Man, The Death Collectors, The Broken Souls.
Carson Ryder and Harry Nautilus, police detectives in Mobile, Alabama: Book 1. The Hundredth Man. by Jack Kerley.
But Ava's past holds its own nightmarish secrets.
With the body count growing, Ryder must confront his family's terrifying past by seeking advice from his brother, a violent psychopath convicted of similarly heinous crimes. But Ava's past holds its own nightmarish secrets. Ryder and Nautilus come to realize someone close to them is the killer's ultimate target-and time is running out before the killer plans to strike again.
Written by Jack Kerley, Audiobook narrated by Dick Hill. Carson Ryder/Harry Nautilus By: Jack Kerley. Narrated by: Dick Hill. Series: Carson Ryder/Harry Nautilus, Book 1. Length: 9 hrs and 58 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective.
But Carson Ryder, a detective famous . But Carson Ryder, a detective famous for solving a series of brutal murders the previous year, sees something else: the deliberate placing of the body, the lack of blood, bizarre writing on the skin. Another torso, another, even stranger, message and the victim this time is no prostitute. There is a darkness at the heart of these killings which speaks of a psychopath out there in the night. I watched Harry Nautilus lean against the autopsy table and tell the World’s Greatest Joke to a dozen listeners holding napkin-wrapped cups and plastic wineglasses. Most were bureaucrats from the city of Mobile and Mobile County.
Detective Carson Ryder is good at this sort of thing – crazies and freaks . To his eyes it is no crime of passion, and when another mutilated victim turns up his suspicions are confirmed. This is not the work of a ‘normal’ murderer, but that of a serial killer, a psychopath. Famous for solving a series of crimes the year before, Carson Ryder has experience with psychopaths. But he had help with that case – strange help, from a past Ryder is trying to forget. Now he needs it again. Jack Kerley worked in advertising and teaching before becoming a full-time novelist. He lives in Newport, Kentucky, but also spends a good deal of time in Southern Alabama, the setting for The Hundredth Man.