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Two nights : a novel

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2017

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Genre: Thrillers (Fiction)

ISBN:

  • 9781476726458 (hardcover)
  • 9781476726458
  • 1476726450

Edition: Simon and Schuster Canada edition.

Description: 322 pages ; 25 cm

Other Title: 2 nights

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Chazin, Suzanne — Chazin's arson investigators face similar challenges as Reichs's forensic pathologists, and offer similarly complex, gripping tales of murder featuring the killer's psychology, along with greed and corruption in officialdom, as well as resistance to women in investigative work. Reichs may feature less gritty details. -- Katherine Johnson
Fairstein, Linda A. — Similarly blending appealing characters with serious crime-solving details, Linda Fairstein may please Kathy Reichs' fans, though her novels tend to legal rather than forensic details. Both authors also feature a vivid sense of place, and their strong female characters must juggle their personal lives with their careers. -- Shauna Griffin
Jance, Judith A. — A variety of capable professional women -- a cop, a forensic anthropologist, an ex-journalist -- are featured in the mystery novels by Judith Jance and Kathy Reichs. Their fast-paced and highly descriptive novels examine murder from many angles -- none of them positive. -- Mike Nilsson
Cornwell, Patricia Daniels — Both authors appeal to forensic mystery fans. They provide a similarly strong sense of place for their investigations, with similar levels of detail; suspense; a strong cast of supporting characters, including the male-dominated police who fail to respect Temperance Brennan's and Kay Scarpetta's abilities. The plots often focus on serial murderers. -- Krista Biggs
Coben, Harlan, 1962- — Kathy Reichs and Harlan Coben write fast-paced, action-packed adult mysteries. Both authors have also created spin-off teen mystery series that are loosely related to their adult books. Though Reich's teen works tend more toward science fiction, in both authors' compelling, suspenseful books, teen protagonists confront danger at every turn. -- Kelly White
Connor, Beverly, 1948- — Connor has two series that might appeal to fans of Reichs. The cases are complicated and the puzzle's the thing, with details of the professional work equally important. Connor's books are not quite as gritty and explicit as those of Reichs. -- Katherine Johnson
Gerritsen, Tess — Tess Gerritsen's mysteries feature a medical examiner and a police detective who work together. Like Kathy Reichs' Tempe Brennan, Rizzoli and Isles often immerse themselves in their work to escape from personal demons, and Gerritsen's books rival those of Reichs for gory details. -- Katherine Johnson
White, Stephen (Stephen Walsh), 1951- — Stephen Walsh White usually tells the story in the first person and specializes in brain-teasing plots. His mysteries might appeal to fans of Kathy Reichs, since his stories featuring psychologist Alan Gregory are well plotted, suspenseful, move quickly, and include medical details and psychological insights. -- Katherine Johnson
Elkins, Aaron J. — Elkins's somewhat less gritty mysteries may appeal to Reichs fans for their interesting details on technique. There is some danger, along with plot twists, intellectual puzzles, psychological insights, and a variety of settings, as anthropologist Gideon Oliver examines bones in his consulting jobs. -- Katherine Johnson
Connelly, Michael, 1956- — These authors' works are Suspenseful and Fast-paced, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subjects 'Murder investigation' and 'Murder'.
Patterson, James, 1947-; Grafton, Sue — These authors' works are Suspenseful and Fast-paced, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subject 'Murder investigation'.

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