Grave Instinct




      Grave Instinct
In America s heartland a madman is killing women and removing their brains But for what ghastly purpose It s up to FBI pathologist Jessica Coran to find out and when she does she gets a front row seat to the killer s final shocking moves. Best Read [ Grave Instinct ] Author [ Robert W. Walker ] – heartforum.co.uk

Aka Geoffrey Caine, Glenn Hale, Evan Kingsbury, Stephen RobertsonMaster of suspense and bone chilling terror, Robert W Walker, BS and MS in English Education, Northwestern University, has penned 44 novels and has taught language and writing for over 25 years Showing no signs of slowing down, he is currently juggling not one but three new series ideas, and has completed a film script and a TV treatment Having grown up in Chicago and having been born in the shadow of the Shiloh battlefield, near Corinth, Mississippi, Walker has two writing traditions to uphold the Windy City one and the Southern one all of which makes him uniquely suited to write City for Ransom and its sequels, Shadows in White City and City of the Absent His Dead On will be published in July 2009 Walker is currently working on a new romantic suspense historical mainstream novel, titled Children of Salem In 2003 and 2004 Walker saw an unprecedented seven novels released on the unsuspecting public, as he puts it Final Edge, Grave Instinct, and Absolute Instinct were published in 2004 City of the Absent debuted in 2008 from Avon Walker lives in Charleston, West Virginia.

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      Grave Instinct
 Author Robert W. Walker – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Grave Instinct
  • Robert W. Walker
  • English
  • 23 August 2019
  • 051513810X

10 thoughts on “ Grave Instinct

  1. Black Butterfly says:

    THIS SEEMED LIKE IT WAS HEADING INTO SOMETHING EXCITING BUT IT NEVER QUITE MADE IT I DID NOT LIKE ANY OF THE CHARACTERS good or bad THEY ALL WERE KINDA CREEPY AND THE FBI WAS RATHER STUPID ALL THROUGH THEIR INVESTIGATION IT WAS SLOW, PREDICTABLE, AND REPE...

  2. Agustina says:

    Buena idea, mal desarrollo Muy lento y con escenas que no aportaban nada a la trama.

  3. Wendy says:

    This was actually a very good book but the content was so graphic and horrific I can t bring myself to give itstars Some things just can t be unseen and some of the scenes in this book are scenes I kind of wish I didn t know about Call it morbid curiosity I guess but I had to finish the book just because..In this book we meet one of the most appalling and depraved serial killers He not only kills young women but he straps them down and while awake cuts open their skulls and removes t This was actually a very good book but the content was so graphic and horrific I can t bring myself to give itstars Some things just can t be unseen and some of the scenes in this book are scenes I kind of wish I didn t know about Call it morbid curiosity I guess but I had to finish the book just because..In this book we meet one of the most appalling and depraved serial killers He not only kills young women but he straps them down a...

  4. Melissa Salazar Sivillá says:

    Like another reviewer wrote, this book has a very good story idea but it s poorly developed It s too slow, too plain, too boring It got exciting at least for me at page 302 and the book s 390 pages I gave it two stars just because of the explicit gore scenes.

  5. Sharon Serota says:

    Nice complex mystery.

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