Murder Theory

Free Read Murder Theory - by Andrew Mayne - Murder Theory, Murder Theory The desire to kill is becoming contagious in this riveting novel of conceivable mad science by the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Naturalist Computational biologist and serial killer hu

  • Title: Murder Theory
  • Author: Andrew Mayne
  • ISBN: 2141873599660283339727468397274681544062977397274682003972746815039043421397815039043475201939727468397274681544062977397274683972746833972746888271352101161576911612939727468339727468
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Kindle Edition

Free Read Murder Theory - by Andrew Mayne - Murder Theory, Murder Theory The desire to kill is becoming contagious in this riveting novel of conceivable mad science by the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Naturalist Computational biologist and serial killer hu

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  • I ve read all the books published in the Jessica Blackwood series by Andrew Mayne But, Murder Theory is the first I ve read in The Naturalist series And, I have to admit that at first didn t Dr Theo Cray, a computational biologist and serial killer hunter, rock my boat the same way that Jessica Blackwood does Not a bad story at all, just not on the same interested level and it got a bit scientific now and then Then, BAM one of the best scenes ever happened that pretty much changed how I f I ve r [...]


  • Another great installment in The Naturalist series Now that we ve gotten the exposition out of the way, we can really get to the meat of Dr Theo Cray s newest case And, when I say meat I shudder Theo has always been dangerously close to the dark side He uses his powers for good but he crosses barriers that take him to very dark places This time, there may be an evil Theo at work and, being as smart as he is this is very scary This book could be read as a stand alone novel, even if Another great [...]


  • I love this series and this latest entry makes me even love it Dr Theo Cray has a unique way of looking at serial killers and he puts his skills to the test as he searches for an ingenious monster whose modus operandi will send chills down your spine Dr Cray is a good guy but he doesn t suffer fools gladly and is not above bending or even breaking a few rules if he thinks the situation warrants it Especially when the powers that be scoff at his findings Do not let the scientific jargo I love thi [...]


  • This book builds so well on Cray s previous two cases They are frequently called upon as references in his search to find this new killer I loved Mayne s descriptions of the scientific methods used to expose clues and find new leads Each reveal was permitted by a realistic deduction by Theo s genius I honestly would have no clue if the science works or not, but the way the criminal profiling and computer analysis is written is flawless.Building on the previous two novels, Murder Theory is th Thi [...]


  • What on earth is computational biology, you ask Well, read this well written just a little nutso thriller about a genius who solves serial killings and you ll find out Theo Cray has become to go to man when no one knows where to turn and here, in the third installment, he s contacted by the FBI when a forensic technician loses it AND he s got a weird thing going on in is brain Cray is an odd duck, to be sure, but he s also kinda cool This is the third in the series I missed the first one and Wha [...]


  • This is another fantastic book in the Naturalist series A great blending of a traditional serial killer thriller, government intrigue and cutting edge science The ending will leave you breathless.A must read for any fans of the previous two books in the series If you haven t read any of the previous books in the series this can be read as a stand alone book, but I highly recommend starting with book 1 in the series.


  • I got this as a e book from Net Galley I enjoyed reading this book It had a good story to it It is my first book read by this author.I hope to read books by this author.


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