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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Before becoming a novelist, Michael Robotham was an investigative journalist working across America, Australia and . Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Joe O'Loughlin, a London psychologist, loves his The Suspect - Kindle edition by Michael Robotham. Download it. Read "Lost" by Michael Robotham available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Detective Inspector Vincent Ruiz doesn't know .
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Tony Parsons. Candice Fox. Crimson Lake. I'm Traveling Alone. Samuel Bjork. Friday on My Mind. Nicci French. Out of Bounds. Stuart MacBride. Die of Shame. Love Like Blood. Little Boy Blue. Redemption Point. No Safe Place. Patricia Gibney. Daisy in Chains. Sharon Bolton. Force of Nature. Rain Dogs. Adrian McKinty. No Other Darkness. Sarah Hilary. Love You Dead. Peter James.
Tell Nobody. The Nowhere Child. Christian White. You Are Dead. The Murderer's Daughter. Jonathan Kellerman. Dying Truth. Angela Marsons. Fatal Promise. Her Pretty Bones. Carla Kovach. Deadly Focus. Last Goodbye.
Arlene Hunt. Even Dogs in the Wild. Ian Rankin. The Hanging Club. The Dark Lake. Sarah Bailey. Fall from Grace. Tim Weaver.
Dark Saturday. Gun Street Girl.
The Skeleton Road. Deadly Secrets. Robert Bryndza. The Wife Before Me. Laura Elliot. A Dark and Twisted Tide. The Doll's House. Broken Ground. Run Away. Harlan Coben. The Bone Field.
Simon Kernick. Michael Wood. The Witch Elm. Tana French. The Last Thing I Saw. Alex Sinclair. Midnight Sun. Jo Nesbo. Deep Fear. Rachel Lynch. Blood Runs Cold. Dylan Young. Nobody's Child. Victoria Jenkins. Pieces of Her. Karin Slaughter. My Mother, The Liar. Ann Troup. The Lost Child. A Song for the Dying.
The Suspect Joe O'loughlin Book 1. Michael Robotham. Shatter Joe O'loughlin Book 3. Product description Review We enter the paranoid world of Detective Ruiz: His active voice powers the breakneck pace at which the thriller twists and turns. Without even his own memory for an alibi, will DI Ruiz ever prove his innocence? See all Product description.
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Showing of 57 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Can DI Ruiz prove his innocence? Kindle Edition Verified download. Another exellent novel by Michael Robotham. Vincent Ruiz has been shot in the leg. Another bullet in the hand. He is lucky to be alive.
Clinging onto a buoy in the River Thames he was found. For six days he was in a coma. When he eventually comes out of the coma he has no recollection of how he was in the Thames, why he was shot. Over time pieces come together in his mind, but the authorities do not believe him.
The story is about a missing girl who disappeared three years ago. A picture of her is found in his pocket. The girl is presumed dead, but Ruiz is convinced she is still alive and in danger. The hunt is on. Can he find her before before his enimies strike again? A must read for the many fans of this exceptional author. Michael Robotham is a great author but in my opinion this is not one of his better books. I really enjoyed his debut novel, The Suspect and so decided to read the next two books.
I have recently finished both books and this review is for The Drowning Man which is the second in the series. Both characters are in all 3 books. The main issue I had with this book is it just didn't hold my attention in the same way as The Suspect and Shatter.
I am not sure if that was just because of the change of viewpoint but I think it was more likely because of the plot. I don't think the plot flowed that well and it was pretty unbelievable that an elderly detective who had been shot could chase around as much as he did.
In addition the sewer scenes dragged somewhat. I'm glad I read it to fill in details of the character of Ruiz but I was much happier reading the third book, Shatter. Paperback Verified download. This novel - the story of a child abducted three years before, doubts over whether the right person has been convicted of her murder, absence of a body and the protagonist's desperate search for her he believes her still to be alive could be a good one.
It has all the igredients for a rattling good thriller: While the ending was a surprise, and I wanted to keep on reading until that ending, the story also became a bit confusing. There were just too many characters, too much happened, and towards the end, I had trouble keeping track of who everyone was. This may say more about me than it does about the novel, but Micahel Rowbotham is capable of a much cleaner, clearer thriller.
His novel Shatter is still my favourite; it has all the pace and excitement, with none of the confusion. Having said that, I would still recommend his fans to try this one; but don't download it. Borrow it from the library, as I did.