The Deliveryman: A Lincoln Rhyme Short Story

The Deliveryman: A Lincoln Rhyme Short Story

by Jeffery Deaver

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781455568017
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 02/02/2016
Series: Lincoln Rhyme Series
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 81,781
File size: 217 KB

About the Author

Jeffery Deaver is the #1 international bestselling author of more than thirty novels, three collections of short stories, and a nonfiction law book. His books are sold in 150 countries and translated into 25 languages. His first novel featuring Lincoln Rhyme, The Bone Collector, was made into a major motion picture starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie. He's received or been shortlisted for a number of awards around the world. A former journalist, folksinger, and attorney, he was born outside of Chicago and has a bachelor of journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a law degree from Fordham University. You can visit his website at


Washington, D.C.

Date of Birth:

May 6, 1950

Place of Birth:

Chicago, Illinois


B.A., University of Missouri; Juris Doctor, cum laude, Fordham University School of Law

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The Deliveryman: A Lincoln Rhyme Short Story 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have always enjoyed the lincoln rhymes series. The short story was okay. I paid $1.99 and it was 50pages. Thats to much for to little, but it seems to be a trend. Authors are now either writing shorts, or writing books that dont end so you have to by two or three books just to finish one story. In essence, it seems instead of writing one book, one story, they are writing one story, three books and charging anywhere from &9.99 to $15.99 per the novels are short, you are lucky to find a book with 300 story pages, most are closer to 200. I find this marketing strategy to be a dirty, underhanded way to sell products, and that offends me enough to quit buying books from authors who are following this trend.