Final Edge

Final Edge

by Robert W. Walker
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Final Edge by Robert W. Walker

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...

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ISBN-13: 9780515136951
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
Publication date: 02/24/2004
Series: Lucas Stonecoat and Meredyth Sanger Series , #4
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 4.32(w) x 6.66(h) x 1.26(d)

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Final Edge 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I could not put this one down from the get-go. Mr. Walker is at his absolute best in Final Edge, and it has me in a depression to find out this is the last of the Edge Series as I have read them all along with his Insitnct Series, which also ended. But Final Edge is an amazing wrap up to the series and ends with a great, terrific full-circle and satisfying ending. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves thrillers. This one is, in my humble opoinion, a modern-day classic, and I love the Indian pictographs used at the beginning of every chapter in every Edge book, and I will miss Det. Lucas Stonecoat and Police shrink Meredyth Sanger. What a pair, what a couple!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Final Edge by Robert W. Walker grabbed me from page one and didn't let up save for the romance that is woven expertly throughout the novel. This novel was, in my humble estimation, the most rewarding read I can remember ever having. It's fast as can be, like greased lightining. There is nothing wasted here, not on a single page. In fact, something is happening on every page. Greatest, coolest, meanest, weirdest, most fantastic characterizations of both good and evil and everything in between, from the innocent to the guilty. Just an amaing, breath-taking read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Robert Walker's depiction of female cops and medical personnel is always riveting, and now he turns his attention on female monsters--in particular Lauralie Bloodgett, the most horrific and manipulative female killer, I feel, in the history of fiction. She is not to be believed, but somehow Walker makes her not only believable but also somehow sympathetic. But we love the 6 or so endings on this novel as well. Every author should study Walker on how to end a novel.