The Sleeping Doll

The Sleeping Doll

Book - 2007
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Special agent Kathryn Dance and her partners at the California Bureau of Investigation hunt down escaped killer Daniel Pell, a self-styled Charles Manson. Pell is a master of control, who mesmerizes, seduces, and exploits people for his own murderous ends. Pell embarks on a mysterious and deadly quest once he's free.
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, Pocket Stars, 2007
ISBN: 9780743260947
0743260945
9780743491587
0743491580
Call Number: DEAVER, J

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cambridgedon
Apr 12, 2018

Classic Deaver and Kathryn Dance seems to be a character more in tune with his sensibilities more so than Amelia Sachs and Lincoln Rhyme. The reader doesn't expect the twists and turns that are sure to entertain.

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Eil_1
Feb 24, 2016

A fast-paced book, with non-stop action. Dance is an intelligent, no-nonsense detective who is out to get Pell. There are many twists and unexpected surprises in the story. Well worth the read.

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bridge1
Mar 24, 2013

Excellent read, well-worth the time.

amazzuca Aug 08, 2012

Great read. Fast paced and gripping.

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Eclectic1
Apr 08, 2011

Excellent book! Kathryn Dance is the sharpest agent I've seen in awhile. Lots of twists and turns, especially at the end. Highly recommended.

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