The Chemistry of Death

The Chemistry of Death Rebecca Cantrell
  • Title: The Chemistry of Death
  • Author: Rebecca Cantrell
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  • The Chemistry of Death Rebecca Cantrell The Chemistry of Death Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt meor can they In the third thrilling installment of this award winning series from New York Times bestseller Rebecca Cantrell tortured g
    Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt meor can they In the third thrilling installment of this award winning series from New York Times bestseller Rebecca Cantrell, tortured genius Joe Tesla is on the trail of a sadistic serial killer who charms his victims into the bowels of the Manhattan subway system and who holds the keys to Joe s cripplingSticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt meor can they In the third thrilling installment of this award winning series from New York Times bestseller Rebecca Cantrell, tortured genius Joe Tesla is on the trail of a sadistic serial killer who charms his victims into the bowels of the Manhattan subway system and who holds the keys to Joe s crippling condition Can Joe stop the murderous rampage of this silver tongued killer, or will he become the next victim
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    About Rebecca Cantrell


    1. A few years ago Rebecca Cantrell quit her job, sold her house, and moved to Hawaii to write a novel because, at seven, she decided that she would be a writer Now she writes the award winning Hannah Vogel mystery series set in Berlin in the 1930s A Trace of Smoke, A Night of Long Knives, A Game of Lies, and A City of Broken Glass She also co writes the Order of Sanguines series with James Rollins, starting with the upcoming book 1 The Blood Gospel And she writes the iMonster series as Bekka Black, including iDrakula and iFrankenstein A faded pink triangle pasted on the wall of Dachau Concentration Camp and time in Berlin, Germany in the 1980s inspired A Trace of Smoke Fluent in German, she received her high school diploma from the John F Kennedy Schule in Berlin and studied at the Freie Universit t in Berlin and the Georg August Universit t in G ttingen.When she visited Berlin in the summer of 2006, she was astounded to discover that many locations in her novel have been rebuilt and reopened in the last few years, including the gay bar El Dorado and the Mosse House publishing house.Her short story Coffee will appear in the Missing anthology in February 2009 Her screenplay The Humanitarian was a finalist at Shriekfest 2008 The Los Angeles Horror Sci fi Film Festival Her screenplay A Taste For Blood was a finalist at the Shriekfest 2007 The Los Angeles Horror Sci fi Film Festival.As of this writing, she lives in Berlin with her Ironman husband and son.


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    1. Award winning Rebecca Cantrell brings us the third instalment in her Joe Tesla series And it is truly excellent, the best Tesla story to date Beautifully written, with a fantastic lead in the vulnerable and charismatic Joe we get an action packed mystery and a hunt for a killer.Joe is an eccentric genius and a rather nice bloke He lives a strange existence underground, with his dog Joe is a prisoner of his claustrophobia He is paralysed with fear of natural daylight and the outside world He uses [...]

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    2. Amazing action and suspense This book ties up so many mysteries left over from the first two books of the series Joe Tesla truly has his work cut out for him this time The serial killer has managed to not reveal who they are over many decades but, now the killer has truly messed up the scant clues strike a chord with Joe and even then he finds himself wondering if he was just a little to slow to figure out who the murderer is and what it will mean to him and all of his loved ones.I do hope that [...]

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    3. Another successful thriller in the Tesla series, in which Cantrell is back to form after a less good second novel Even though I realized who the killer was halfway through, I still enjoyed reading this book, turning page after page quickly to find out whether I was right The characters of Tesla and Vivian are very well done, and keep me intrigued and wanting of them The minor characters are also written expertly, and add a lot to the enjoyment of the book A good series to savor when you really [...]

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    4. This was the third book in the Joe Tesla trilogy We learn about why Joe became an agoraphobic and there is some resolution for him and his girlfriend Celeste I liked this series It provided me with something a little different, with a lot of suspense and mystery thrown in Cantrell had collaborated with James Rollins another one of my favorite authors on some of his books, so I knew her writing would let me imagine a new world as portrayed in these books Fast reads.

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    5. You re probably going to laugh at this review I know I would I was fortunate to receive an advanced copy of Joe and Edison s third adventure together, THE CHEMISTRY OF DEATH I started reading it while vacationing in San Diego, listening to the sound of the seagulls as I sped through page by page You ll find this amazingly fitting as you read the book.I snuck out to the balcony early the first morning It was the perfect place to read, but boy did I freeze my tail off even under a jacket and sever [...]

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    6. The Chemistry of Death By Rebecca Cantrell Narrated by Jeffery KaferThis is the third installment of the Joe Tesla Series.Joe is a brilliant man and his Synesthesia was never a hindrance to him however the Agoraphobia has proved to be a big stumbling block but he wouldn t let it stop him from his many endeavors Edison is his service dog who helps him investigate what ever job he is on at the time He has been an undeniable asset, not only for Joe s well being but a great detective s partner Ediso [...]

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    7. ReviewRebecca Cantrell arrived on my radar as part of an excellent series with James Rollins Blood Gospel,Innocent Blood andBlood Infernal This opened up the question about her stand alone projects So she dangled her Joe Tesla book one under my nose This began with The World beneath and i have to say it was an excellent book, something a bit different and unexpected, rather than lose that individuality or flog the idea to death in The Tesla Legacy and now Chemistry of death she has produced a fa [...]

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    8. I recently finished Rebecca Cantrell s third book about Joe Tesla, and it gripped me from the very beginning Joe still suffers from crippling agoraphobia, and in this book we come to learn about his condition and its origins When we learn that a serial killer is prowling the subway tunnels and Joe and Edison inadvertently stray into the killer s crosshairs, it made for a very exciting read and unexpected twists I really love the character of Vivian Torres, and I was happy to see her in this boo [...]

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    9. As with the other two Tesla books, The Chemistry of Death features intriguing subplots including high tech toys, and most fascinating cutting edge technology intent on re training the brain Fascinating and intense, some of this full throttle thriller takes place in the tunnels beneath NYC.The read is at times terrifying, because the main plot focuses on a brilliant hero, Joe Tesla, in constant agony, trapped in a brain he cannot fix as he faces his fears, with the aid of his four footed sidekick [...]

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    10. Joe Tesla Series Book 3I was given this book from the author for free for an honest review The world of Joe Tesla doesn t disappoint Joe Tesla finds a serial killer Twists, turns in the tunnels again Though some parts were slow and it jumped around quite a bit, it was still an enjoyable read I did feel like this one moved then the second book for me.I suggest reading the series starting with book 1 for the introduction to the characters If you liked the first books, this one is another hit.

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    11. As the third book in the Joe Tesla series, I was looking forward to another fabulous story with authentic background and a fascinating, exciting plot I was not disappointed I love this series and hope that Ms Cantrell will consider a continuation of this story, that has characters that I have grown to love As a side note, the Audible version is excellent The narrator does an amazing job and this audio book series should not be missed.

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    12. I hope there will be of Joe.

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    13. best of the series so far, story and character and author really coming into their own now great story, backstory filled, questions answered i get the benefit of reading these all in a row vs waiting a year for each story though only concern not sure how much longer this series can go on in it s current form with stories i guess i ll find out if where it s leading in final available 4th book next certainly looked somewhat possible in this 3 for different ideas going forward, TBD

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    14. This is the 3rd book in the series I ve read 1 and 2, also good books I was pretty sure who the bad guy was, but it didn t detract from my enjoyment of the story The environment hello, a victorian house underground in the subway system characters and mysteries are interesting, and the whole thing is just very well written A quick read that just pulled me along through the tunnels I would recommend starting from book 1 The World Beneath One to go for me write please Ms Cantrell

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    15. A satisfying entry in the Joe Tesla series This story tied up loose ends and sets the stage for the next stage of Joe s life The action moved the story along and so I found it a quick read The who of the whodunit wasn t readily apparent which I always appreciate I liked the supporting characters and thought they were pretty well drawn I will be reading the next book in this somewhat quirky series.

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    16. I still like the world that Cantrell has created, but I thought that the villain was a little weak I don t want to go into detail because of spoilers, but I thought that the author relied too much on old, boring tropes some of which are a little offensive, tbh and not enough on creating a cool villain It s disappointing because her main character and some of the supporting cast are much better done.

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    17. I read both number 2 and number 3 of the Joe Tesla in quick succession The continuing story of brilliant Joe Tesla, crippled by agoraphobia and living in a house deep below New York, is fascinating I highly recommend this series, both on Audible and written form I am looking forward to the next installment

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    18. One of the best writers I ve ever readI discovered the Order of the Sanguines series and feel in love with Rebecca Cantrell s writing Fascinating characters, locations you can see come to life in your mind and twisted plots that leave you guessing until the last pages.

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    19. I enjoy reading the Joe Tesla books and this was no exception Read it in one sitting I highly recommend.

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    20. I don t normally read this kind of book, but I did enjoy it despite some disturbing scenes It s surprisingly gripping difficult to put down.

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    21. I just finished reading The Chemistry of Death, the new Joe Tesla novel, by Rebecca Cantrell This is agoraphobic Joe s third outing navigating the tunnels of New York City with his beloved medical service dog, Edison WOW Talk about a twist This book gave me goosebumps This novel was intense In this volume, Joe and Edison are in pursuit of a serial killer using the New York subway tunnels as his own personal, macabre playground Joe has to work fast to bring this killer to justice because he just [...]

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    22. I highly recommend this audiobook and the entire Joe Tesla series Rebecca Cantrell is one of my favorite authors and this book is a great example of why The Chemistry of Death takes off from the beginning in an adrenaline induced fashion and the story keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end I honestly had no idea who the killer was until the big reveal Rebecca s writing style is very similar to two other authors that I enjoy, Steve Berry and James Rollins But, I prefer these Joe Te [...]

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    23. AlgeaNach wie vor ist es Joe Tesla nicht m glich, die New Yorker U Bahn zu verlassen Doch er will nicht aufgeben, deshalb eine neue Firma gegr ndet Er will die Gehirnfunktionen verschiedenster Menschen in bestimmten Situationen einscannen und aus den Vergleichen der Scans Lehren ziehen, um vielleicht einen L sungsansatz f r seine Krankheit zu finden Auf einer seiner Erkundungen der Tunnel, die er mit Edison, seinem Hund, unternimmt, findet Edison ein seltsames Versteck Unter anderem enth lt es e [...]

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    24. Wow I love Joe and Edison and this story is terrific.Their stories start out with something that happened in the pasteven just a year ago.at gives you the basics of what s to come We find out about Joe and how he was poisoned and how really remarkable his service dog Edison is Joe also has a strong supporter , part time body guard in Vivian and we learn about her and about the love of His life who is trapped herself with ALS Even though Joe is brilliant and recognizes the potential evil in the [...]

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    25. I ve come to really like both the characters and plots of this series So far each book gets better and better I came to a place in this one last week where I had to stop listening for fear of what was going to happen and didn t work up the courage to start listening again for a week When the identity of the kill was revealed I was totally blindsided Looking back there were a couple of clues had I paid closer attention I might have been steered in the right direction but even now knowing the whol [...]

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    26. PlotJoe and Edison are at it again, scanning people s brains to better understand PTSD and mental illnesses amongst other things But someone is killing women in the tunnels, and Joe s moral compass is spinning This book is chilling, and oh so well written The plot moved along quite smoothly and this book was definitely a page turner.CharactersJoe is still lovely, and vulnerable yet strong at the same time The way his mind works still fascinates me.Celeste was in this novel a little less, and yet [...]

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    27. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast Joe Tesla is an interesting character and overshadows the antagonist I believe that if it weren t for Tesla s psychological and physical problems the killer would have been rapidly caught I would have preferred a menacing antagonist, he just didn t disturb me much Also, Tesla s OCD with numbers and colors got annoying and hindered the flow of the narration [...]

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    28. Joe Tesla and Edison are back and I couldn t be happier They re ready to face a deadly killer who lures his victims to the tracks under Grand Central Terminal Joe s world has been invaded and he s fighting back Joe is such a fascinating, multi layered character He is a brilliant man forced to live inside Agoraphobia has changed his life He needs to understand his disability and gain his freedom I found the secondary characters are strong individuals who are as compelling as Joe The setting is pe [...]

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    29. As usual Rebecca Cantrell never disappoints The Chemistry of Death, the third in the Tesla series, is chock full of action and suspense I know I have said this in past reviews of this series, but I simply love Edison, Joe Tesla s service dog He literally jumps off the page and into your heart.If you haven t read the first two, The World Beneath and The Tesla Legacy, I highly suggest that you do Each book can be read as a standalone, but you will be missing out on an awesome twist in The Chemistr [...]

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    30. Really enjoyed this book I have not read the earlier two in the series, so you can bet I ll be going back to read them I have a feeling some of my questions from this book will be answered if I read the earlier books But I still really enjoyed the storyline I found it really interesting But I would like to have had explanation of the background of the bad guy there are hints but not enough details for me on this particular part of the tale Otherwise, I really found myself caught up the story fr [...]

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