La ragazza n° 9

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  • Title: La ragazza n° 9
  • Author: Tami Hoag
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  • Page: 340
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  • Tradotta in trenta PaesiMilioni di copie venduteUn grande thrillerUn indagine degli investigatori Sam Kovac e Nikki LiskaUna collaudata coppia di detective Il cadavere mutilato di una ragazza Un serial killer che sembra non aver mai commesso erroriLa notte della vigilia di Capodanno, la gelida Minneapolis viene scossa da un macabro episodio a seguito di un banale tamTradotta in trenta PaesiMilioni di copie venduteUn grande thrillerUn indagine degli investigatori Sam Kovac e Nikki LiskaUna collaudata coppia di detective Il cadavere mutilato di una ragazza Un serial killer che sembra non aver mai commesso erroriLa notte della vigilia di Capodanno, la gelida Minneapolis viene scossa da un macabro episodio a seguito di un banale tamponamento, il cadavere brutalizzato di una giovane donna cade dal bagagliaio di una macchina che poi scompare nel nulla la nona ragazza trovata morta dall inizio dell anno, ma questa volta le torture subite non permettono di identificarla Il caso viene affidato ai detective Sam Kovac e Nikki Liska, collaudata coppia investigativa che avr il compito di scoprire chi sia quella ragazza e chi la odiava tanto da volerla far fuori Il ti pi grande che la loro Jane Doe sia la nona vittima di uno spietato serial killer che sta terrorizzando l America e che tutti chiamano Doc Holiday , perch colpisce prevalentemente durante le feste Ma inseguendo la verit , Kovac e Liska si accorgeranno che la loro ragazza numero nove aveva a che fare con dei mostri tutti i giorni E quando un altra giovane donna scompare, i due detective dovranno affrontare una domanda cruciale il male pi grande quello che non vediamo arrivare o quello che conosciamo bene perch vive accanto a noi Tradotta in trenta PaesiMilioni di copie venduteArriva in Italia la regina del thriller La prosa di Tami Hoag rapida e precisa come un colpo di arte marziale, il ritmo ad alta tensione, e il suo modo di descrivere le problematiche adolescenziali, gli effetti del divorzio e la psicosi del serial killer consapevole e toccante Questo romanzo il suo capolavoro Booklist La ragazza N 9 un romanzo avvincente condito con dialoghi che rappresentano un eccellenza nel genere Entertainment Weekly Tra i pi intensi scrittori di thriller in circolazione Chicago Tribune Le storie della Hoag sono perfette Il lettore si trova sempre a fare il tifo per i suoi personaggi Kirkus Tami Hoag bravissima a controllare le trame e tenere alta la tensione in ogni pagina Huffington Post Splendido Tami Hoag non ha rivali I colpi di scena mozzafiato si susseguono senza sosta in questo avvincente romanzo Publishers WeeklyTami HoagVive in Florida ed autrice di decine di bestseller I suoi romanzi sono tradotti in pi di trenta Paesi e hanno venduto milioni di copie in tutto il mondo.

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    1. Tami Hoag is the 1 internationally bestselling author of than thirty books published in than thirty languages worldwide, including her latest thrillers BITTER SEASON, COLD COLD HEART and THE 9TH GIRL Renowned for combining thrilling plots with character driven suspense, Hoag first hit the New York Times Bestseller list with NIGHT SINS, and each of her books since has been a bestseller She leads a double life in Palm Beach County, Florida where she is also known as a top competitive equestrian in the Olympic discipline of dressage Other interests include the study of psychology, and mixed martial arts fighting Visit her at tamihoag, Facebook TamiHoag and on Twitter TamiHoag

    2. Disturbing and chilling and that wasn't even the serial killer partLiska and Kovac are teamed up on another case. The grisly murder of a teenage girl just might be the same girl who went missing from Liska’s son’s school. This could be another victim of a serial killer they’ve encountered in the past, Doc Holliday, but Liska and Kovac are not ones to overlook other solutions. There’s not much romance except between Liska’s teenage son, an artistic outcast happy in his own skin (loved h [...]

    3. I found this book to be not believable in every senseAs I said about the other Tami Haog book I read, Down the Darkest Road, this book is okay for an airplane ride. But that's it.From the simple linear predictable plot to the bumbling undeveloped stereotyped detectives, there was nothing in this book memorable, challenging, or remarkable. The book is 400 pages of dialog between detectives that goes like this: "Happy new year, detective." "What's happy about it?" "Uh… nothing, I guess." "I'm as [...]

    4. Sometimes the obvious answer isn't necessarily the right answer. When a pothole pitches a mutilated teenager from the trunk of a vehicle into the path of a stretch Hummer one New Years Eve in Minneapolis's it looks like the work of a serial killer dubbed Doc Holiday. Homicide detectives Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska get the high profile case and set out to identify the victim and then find the killer. In the meantime a serial killer basks in the publicity this killing has generated and sets out to c [...]

    5. I enjoy the Kovac and Liska series and did enjoy the 9th girl. I do want to note that The 1st Victim was a prequel to this one, but you don't really need to read it to enjoy this one. In fact The 1st Victim was more like a long prologue as it didn't have an ending.I like that there are multiple bad people and suspects on who killed Gray. The author did a really good job of showing how difficult it can be for young people who don't quite fit into the high school cliques. Gray's life was very sad [...]

    6. 4.5 Stars! Very well written, tight read! I did figure out who did the deed, but getting there was a wild ride, as we explore the depth of teenage angst and drama. (all too real in my life right now.) If you haven't read a TH this is a good book to start with, as this book could stand on its own quite easily. Liska and Kovak have been partners for a long time, but this book didn't have a serial feel to it.

    7. Jamar Jackson drove the twenty-passenger white Hummer to make extra cash while he studied. This particular night was New Year’s Eve in Minneapolis, it was freezing cold and his passengers were in various stages of drunkenness. With one eye on the semi-naked activities in the back, and one eye on the road, his concentration levels weren’t at their peak. Suddenly a vehicle cut across in front of him, bouncing through a pot-hole; the boot flew open and to Jamar’s horror the body of a woman fe [...]

    8. On New Year's Eve, homicide detectives Nikki Liska and Sam Kovac investigate the brutal murder of a teenage girl whose body pops out of a trunk of a moving vehicle after hitting a pothole in the road. The detectives wonder if this is another victim of the still-at-large serial killer, Doc Holiday, who is known for committing murders on holidays. As they investigate further, there is also the chance that this may be a stand-alone crime, since the victim was not well-liked and not looked upon too [...]

    9. This was my first date with Tami Hoag & I can tell you there will definitely be a long term relationship on the cards.First character: I love Nikki Liska, the ballsy female homicide detective with a heart of gold. That she is a single mum struggling with all the guilt & fear that comes with being a working parent only endeared her to me more. Sam Kovac, her long term partner, is also a fantastic character even if a bit stereotypical as the gruff male detective. But what also surprised me [...]

    10. #4 in the Sam Kovak & Nikki Liska series The 9th Girl is such a sad and shocking story. Detectives Sam Kovak & Nikki Liska follow a trail of smoke and mirrors after a body of a young girl is thrown out of the trunk of a moving car that may be the latest victim of a serial killer, who has eluded capture for some years, named “Doc Holiday” Characters well-developed and realistic. Liska’s home-life with her kids felt so real to me. How to deal with her young sons on an everyday basis [...]

    11. 2.5 Stars. Pass.Pretty good ending and I was satisfied with the way Hoag built the suspense. However, it didn't really pick up until at least halfway into the book, which was too slow for my tastes. I was a bit bored by the first half. The concept wasn't interesting enough for me. The victim, who was murdered in a way that made her resemble a "zombie", is pretty much what the first half of the book rides on. While it certainly wasn't a cut-and-dry murder, it didn't offer anything else that drew [...]

    12. Tami Hoag has done it again with her latest novel The 9th Girl. The "it" is make an exceptional read that's full of twists, turns, suspense, and some really dead bodies. The 9th Girl begins with the body of an unrecognizable girl coming from the trunk of a car on New Year's. She is believed to be the 9th victim of a serial killer dubbed the Doc Holliday. All of his victims are discovered during or around holidays and have similar MOs. Nikki Liska and Sam Kovak are called into the crime scene and [...]

    13. After reading 2 thrillers, A Thin Dark Line (a stand alone story) and Ashes to Ashes (1st book in Kovac and Liska series), by Tami Hoag, I am hooked. The 9th Girl (4th book in Kovac and Liska series) didn't disappoint.The plot is cleverly delivered, with a shocking twist and satisfying ending. All characters are slowly and well developed as the story progresses, with fun bantering and intelligent dialogs. It was a little slow in the middle (in Audiobook standard, in my opinion), but the suspense [...]

    14. In the mood for another who done it & a serial killer on the loose. I liked the lead female detective's struggle between job, kids and frustration with "no responsibility" ex. Interesting story with quite a bit of commentary on teen culture and acceptance. 3.5 stars

    15. I am not sure if this is the final book to the Kovak and Liska series or not. It ended on a note that could be taken as a last installment. I was quite satisfied with this last book and I was kind of sad to be leaving the Kovak and Liska world. This was probably my favorite of the four. In this book Doc Holiday once again rears his ugly head when a teenage girl falls from a trunk of a dark sedan on the highway. Once they identify the girl they must figure out if Doc Holiday is back to his old gr [...]

    16. Sam Kovac and Nikki Lyska make a great detective team, Kovak is an old school, loaner, sleuth and Syska is a younger, divorced mother of two. Both are flawed but their flaws only add to their charm, they fit together and offset each other at the same time. Tami Hoag did an outstanding job of making this a stand alone book while keeping it intriguing enough to make me want to start with the first book in the series. The relatability of the characters and the crisscrossing threads of the mystery, [...]

    17. Minneapolis detectives Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska have seen just about everything there is to see when it comes to human depravity, so much that they no longer expect to be surprised. But, surprised is what they are about to be, although not nearly as surprised as the limo driver who suddenly crashes into a zombie in the middle of a Minneapolis freeway.The first question Kovac and Liska have to answer is whether Zombie Doe, as she comes to be called, was already dead when she popped out of the tr [...]

    18. There's a very good story lurking somewhere in here, but unfortunately it's buried in a 500-page book that's about 150 pages too long. It gets off to a roaring start on a New Year's Eve, when a Lexus sedan hits a pothole, of which there are apparently many in Minneapolis. The trunk springs open and a young woman, who's dead or nearly dead, is thrown out of the trunk and is hit by a stretch hummer carrying a group of inebriated and half-naked party goers. At first sight, the victim resembles a zo [...]

    19. The opening of this thriller sets the scene for the book. A driver of a limousine is more interested in the antics of his drunken passengers than the traffic on the road on New Year’s Eve – until what looks like a zombie flips out of the trunk of the car ahead, hits the pavement and comes upright in front of him. Detectives Kovac and Liska investigate and they discover the young adolescent victim was dead before the accident with the most horrific injuries – she was stabbed and then she ha [...]

    20. In the beginning of her writing career, Hoag could write a thriller that caught my interest every time. I bought a lot of hardcover books just to be able to enjoy her next story. Then she seemed to hit some sort of wall, plateau, loss of interest in writingmething and her books became crappyis happens to a lot of popular authorsSteven King and Dean Koontz are 2 that come to mind I gave up reading her books.I am happy to report that I will be reading every book of hers in this particular series a [...]

    21. Quote This: “You must be new,” Liska said. “Wait until we’re un here eating egg salad sandwiches while Doc scrapes the maggots off a severed head.”***90% of the time I start my reviews off with a personal story. I find it’s a great way to establish community with my readers. But today that is not the case. Today I am going to start by telling you why I decided to read and review Tami Hoag’s “The 9th Girl.”Unlike most of you (that will decided to pick up this book) I have never [...]

    22. The 9th Girl by Tami Hoag is a 2013 Dutton publication.Kovac and Liska have been working a serial killer case for nearly a year now. The one they call "Doc Holiday" because he plans his killing around holidays. It's now New Year's Eve and a young girl has been killed apparently trying to escape from her kidnapper. It is assumed that since it is a holiday she was a victim of Doc Holiday. But, Liska isn't presuming anything. The first order of business is finding out who the girl is. Meanwhile, Li [...]

    23. Tami Hoag has published over 30 novels and continues to produce high-caliber thrillers for nearly twenty-five years. Her latest thriller entitled THE 9th GIRL is begins on a frigid New Year’s Eve in Minneapolis and the stark landscape makes the ideal cool-down for a summer beach read.A limo driver carrying some New Years’ partyers is stunned when the trunk of the car in front of him opens up and the battered body of a young woman pops out. When the local Minneapolis P.D. gets the call partne [...]

    24. #4 in the Sam Kovak & Nikki Liska series. I'm afraid I can't agree with the rave ratings bestowed on this book by the vast majority of reviewers - maybe it's a gender thing. The thing I object to most is the stuffing. I can recall when a book with this content would be 160-220 pages instead of the 400+ in this novel - of course a 160 page thriller couldn't command a $26.95 list price. There are pages of side stories that could be left out without being missed and more pages worth of repetiti [...]

    25. It feels like it’s been a long time since I’ve read a Tami Hoag book. With the years this author has matured into an accomplished psychological mystery writer and I’ve enjoyed almost all of her books. Her Night Sins is still an absolute favorite of mine.The 9th Girl is the fourth book featuring Sam Kovac and Nikki Liska, and I had forgotten how absolutely engaging these two homicide detectives are. They are flawed, temperamental (Kovac is down right cynical), but above all, they are extrem [...]

    26. I feel so sad after reading this one for so many people. There is Brittany who learned what and who real friends are, a very hard lesson for her. Liska, who seems to be at a crossroads, a job she loves or quality time with her kids. The kids will probably win, but it will come at a great cost to her soul. Gray because it was only too late that people learned to value her. And then there is Dana, such a bright future only to be taken away in a blink of an eye. I did like how Kovac and Liska worke [...]

    27. Nice mystery, well, actually two mysteries. The detectives are tired and human and there is some humor. I liked the detectives, but they did miss one huge 'clue' that seemed rather stupid. As soon as I read about it, while the detectives were interviewing one of the characters, I thought, "hmmm, why aren't you looking at that?' But, I guess if they had, it would have changed the book and the ending, still, it seemed like a mistake experienced detectives would not make. One of the themes going th [...]

    28. I loved this book from start to finish. Unlike Hoag's other books that I have read (Deeper Than The Dead, Dust to Dust, Prior Bad Acts) there were no boring chapters. Everyone was intriguing. I couldn't put the book down and Even when I did I couldn't stop thinking about it. A perfect mix of mystery and suspense. The characters were loveable, and hateable (not a word haha). All in all, a great read. Now moving on to Night Sins!

    29. As a serial killer thriller, it kept my interest well enough. HoweverI've had just about enough of high school queen bee mean girls as suspects/witnesses after recently finishing The Secret Place. More of them in this book was just too much.Also, I felt there was too much over explaining. It was a bit heavy handed in letting us know the various characters' motivations and personalities, as well as the life lessons that Brit and Liska learned from the young and virtuous Kyle.

    30. Once again Tami Hoag has written a disturbing social commentary in the form of a gruesome murder mystery. As usual she manages to make us face how truly awful people can be while planting seeds of hope. An amazingly skillful storyteller, Hoag keeps you spellbound until the end, and then eagerly awaiting her next novel.

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