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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Anatomy of Fear by Jonathan Santlofer. Nate Rodriguez is a police sketch artist for the NYPD, and his success rate is high, with one out of three of his drawings leading to an arrest.
But when he is faced with an unusually talented killer, he realizes that he antomia have met his match. For this killer is a man very much like himself—a man who sees and thinks in pictures. A killer who leaves drawings at the crime s Nate Rodriguez is a police sketch artist for the NYPD, and his success rate is high, with one out of three of his drawings leading to an arrest. A killer who leaves drawings at the crime scenes depicting his murders in chilling, gory—and prescient—detail.
As Nate’s portraits become more and more accurate images of the madman—the killer finds a way to steal Nate’s portraits and then imitate Nate’s anatlmia hand.
mido The conflicting evidence leads the police mkedo suspect that Nate himself could be the killer and pushes Nate mieo a frightening cat and mouse chase for his quarry. Life and death, art and artifice have never been so vividly bound together. Jonathan Santlofer pushes the boundaries of the thriller to new heights with this masterful blend of art and suspense.
With sequential sketches that alternate throughout the text—first the killer’s, then Nate’s—Santlofer teases us with irresistible clues and psychological details delivered in a highly original way. Hardcoverpages. Published April 10th santlofeg William Morrow first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Anatomy of Fearplease sign up.
See 1 question about Anatomy of Fear…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Um policial que segue todas as regras: Jun 30, Margie rated it it was amazing. I was going to rate this four stars but I really enjoy these books. Nate Rodriquez is a police sketch artist and his sketches are included throughout the book.
These sketches seem to add so much to the story.
So far there are only two books in this series and I can’t wait for a third. In the meantime, his Kate McKinnon series has three books for me to start reading.
Mi rating oficial seria como de 3. L Mi rating oficial seria como de 3. Mar 18, GreekReaders rated it it was amazing. May 16, Miss Wingfield rated santloffr it was amazing.
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Dec 14, Donna rated it it was amazing. I couldn’t put this down.
I had to see what happened next! Nov 15, Cathy Houston rated it really liked it Recommended to Cathy by: Mar 15, Julie rated it liked it. This story has an interesting concept and I love the mystery.
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Jun 06, Jessica rated it it was amazing. Anatomy of fear is a good read though and I do highly recommend it! Especially because of its uniqueness! The Author Jonathan Santlofer is also a highly acclaimed artist and the book ” Anatomy of fear” has a number of amazing sketches in it to go along with the crimes in the book.
I’ve never seen any author do this beforetherefore it was very interesting to see. This book is a good one.
Art amazing and also funny in parts.
I’m looking forward to reading more by Santlofer. I get excited about my reviews and probably should review and edit but hey I’m just having a good time. Jan 23, Stacy Alesi added it. This has to be one of the most exciting xnatomia books to come out in a long time.
Santlofer brings considerable skills to his latest endeavor, as both an emerging talent over the past few years as a thriller writer, as well as a life long career as a significant artist, with work represented in various museums.
Graphic novels have gained significant popularity in the past few years, along with a healthy new respect – these are not your childhood comic books anymore. Now that respect for the illustra This has to be one of the most exciting new books to come out in a long time.
Now that respect for the dle is transcending into other genres. In his latest novel, Santlofer combines his anaatomia with his art in the character of Nate Rodriguez, a police sketch artist of some renown. But this is no graphic novel; it is a thriller that happens to have an occasional illustration born out of Nate’s work that tends to help the reader visualize the story as well as propel the story forward.
Nate is an interesting character; half Puerto Rican and half Jewish, and he uses both his heritages to his advantage. A serial killer is on the loose in New York City, leaving drawings of each murder victim at the scene of the crime.
Meanwhile, Nate’s abuela, his Puerto Rican grandmother who dabbles in Santeria, is having vivid dreams that are somehow tied to the murders. Between his grandmother’s visions and his own visions, and the clues the police are able to obtain, Nate’s drawings are honing in on the murderer. This is a page turner of the finest kind, and the illustrations just ratchet the tension up a notch. I loved this book and ripped through it in one night, sadly turning the last page – I didn’t want it to anwtomia, and I hope we will see more of this character.
Ya, jalan ceritanya ada Nate Rodriguez, seniman forensik NYPD yang tugasnya menggambar wajah pelaku kejahatan berdasarkan uraian para saksi atau korban. Karna kemampuannya ini, Nate diminta bertugas untuk Detektif Terry Russo, yang lagi nanganin pembunuhan berantai. Karena ada 3 pembunuhan terjadi, di mana si pembunuh selalu meninggalkan sketsa pembunuhan di atas korbannya.
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Nah, si Russo ini mau Nat Bintang Nah, si Russo ini mau Nate mewawancarai para saksi, kerabat korban dll, kira-kira siapa orang asing yang terlihat di sekitar korban sebelum meninggal. Siapa tau dari wawancara itu, bisa ada beberapa sketsa wajah or orang yang bisa dijadikan tersangka.
Ternyata, si Nate malah dapet penglihatan penglihatan gitu, tentang raut sebuah wajah. Entah kenapa si Nate yakin banget ni wajah sang pembunuh berantai. Ini yang bikin penyelidikan rada susah. Gak mungkin kan, maen tunjuk orang jadi tersangka hanya berdasarkan penglihatan Buntutnya, FBI turun tangan dan karena kasus ini bocor ke media tentang sketsa pembunuhan, si pembunuh malah jadi ngincer si Nate.
Bukan untuk dibunuh, tapi antaomia dijebak. Ada satu kasus tak terselesaikan di buku ini, yang bikin saya rada gondok dan batal kasih bintang 5 santllfer ni novel Padahal, pengen banget tu kasus terselesaikan, penasaran sama bagaimana sanrlofer dalang di balik pembunuhan ini tertangkap Seniman Forensik bisa jadi sebuah profesi baru nih. Ya, gak tau juga ya, apa kepolisian Indonesia membutuhkan banyak seniman forensik Jangan jangan udah sanglofer kali ya Liat aja tuh kasus teroris yang si Polri ngluarin gambar gambar DPO Kuakui, buku ini termasuk berat untukku pribadi, sih.
Schteir, barulah aku mulai bersemangat membacanya, “wah, ada rivalnya, nih” begitu pikirku. Schteir bukan wanita tipeku.
May 16, J. Campbell rated it really liked it. Nate Rodriguez, a NYPD sketch artist, is drawn into an investigation where the killer draws pictures of his crime and victims before killing them.
Rodiguez uses his skills to produce an image of an unidentified murderer who becomes a threat to him. One unique aspect of Anatomy of Fear is the fact that there are pictures and sketches within its pages. I may have b Nate Rodriguez, a NYPD sketch artist, is drawn into an investigation where the killer draws pictures of his crime and victims before killing them.
There was an unresolved plot thread, however, I suspect that it might have been dealt with in follow up novel. May 05, Linda Branham Greenwell rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed this book by Jonathan Santlofer. He includes illustrations of the sketches that he makes in the book – I love it. Nate’s grandmother – who practices Santeria – is very well developed and she is very interesting – I’d really like to know her: Plus since I teach Psychology and Interpersonal Communication, I was very interested in the references to the work of a psychologist named Paul Ekman.
Ekman developed the practice of studying facial musculature movement to ascertain what is really going on in people’s minds.