Shattered

Shattered Finalist for ITW s Thriller Award in Best Paperback Original FBI profiler Ulysses Grove is sure he s this close to trapping a serial killer but the killer is planning a gruesome surprise that wil

  • Title: Shattered
  • Author: Jay Bonansinga
  • ISBN: 9780786018772
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finalist for ITW s 2008 Thriller Award in Best Paperback Original FBI profiler Ulysses Grove is sure he s this close to trapping a serial killer but the killer is planning a gruesome surprise that will come far too close to home The Image Of Murder The Mississippi Ripper likes to work in pairs of victims For every dead body laid to waste, a second one facesFinalist for ITW s 2008 Thriller Award in Best Paperback Original FBI profiler Ulysses Grove is sure he s this close to trapping a serial killer but the killer is planning a gruesome surprise that will come far too close to home The Image Of Murder The Mississippi Ripper likes to work in pairs of victims For every dead body laid to waste, a second one faces it, a grotesque mirror image of terror and torment Special Agent Ulysses Grove thinks he knows the method to the killer s madness But grasping the twisted logic behind the brutal slayings propels him onto a path of danger to him and to everything he holds dear Pushed to the limit, Grove s only hope is to dig deep into his own past But this is one serial killer with powerful resources and Grove s worst fears are already one step ahead of him M Night Shyamalan, meet Harlan Coben David Ellis Praise For Twisted Scarily real and really scary everything a great thriller should be Lee Child Praise For Frozen A thrilling, beautifully paced skyrocket of a novel Peter Straub A relentless chiller that leaves you guessing and gasping again and again David Morrell An author of impressive range, depth, and audacity Chicago Tribune

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    About " Jay Bonansinga "

  • Jay Bonansinga

    The national best selling author of ten acclaimed books both fiction and non fiction Jay Bonansinga has been called one of the most imaginative writers of thrillers by the Chicago Tribune Jay is the holder of a master s degree in film from Columbia College Chicago, and currently resides in Evanston, Illinois, with his wife and two sons He is also a visiting professor at Northwestern University in their Creative Writing for the Media program.

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  • I didn't realize this was book 3 in a series. It was very fast-paced, serial killer book. However, some things bothered me with this book. I'm not sure how I feel with FBI profilers and the supernatural blending in these types of books. It works well if written well such as John Connolly's Charlie Parker books. But I don't feel it works here. I found it hard to really connect with any of my characters. They felt like carboard cutouts. Not people I can get attached to. Also, in one scene the auth [...]


  • This book needs less emphasis on the race of the main character. Every chapter made a reference to his race, sometimes several times on the same page. While I applaud the use of a strong, successful black main character I felt like it was the entire focus of the book. I'm not sure I liked the author referring to the character's baby and mother both as being "nappy headed", but that's just me. The book itself was pretty good. There seemed to be an equal amount of suspense, fear, and surprise. I d [...]


  • I liked this book, it whizzed by pretty quickly, but I'm not sure I want read any more books about an investigator who solves cases just by having a psychic experience. It seems a bit of a lazy way to me, just to say "all of a sudden Grove had a vision, and he knew who the killer was". That's over simplifying things a bit, but it was that sort of thing, Also,I prefer a whodunnit, with the killer revealed at the end, not on page 20 or so.


  • The perfect book for fans of continuity errors; there are too many of them to count. Also, the psychiatrist is blatantly unprofessional and unbelievable. The story idea is good. The execution is poor, though and the editor clearly phoned this one in.





  • A good read, decent character development and a good plot, nice twist. Also good psychology didn't overdo it but it was there to make the characters seem a little insightful and self aware.


  • Slow at the beginning but really picked up about halfway through. Good finish to the book. Will definitely read one (or more) of the other books with the same characters.


  • If you are a James Patterson fan, this is a good book for you. It reminded me a lot of James Patterson because of the story plot, and the writing. I am a James Patterson fan, so I loved it :)




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