Um Grito de Ajuda by Steve Mosby Online

Um Grito de Ajuda
Title : Um Grito de Ajuda
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ISBN : 9789721060326
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 272

Quando viu os seus amigos pela última vez?Dave Lewis é um homem assombrado pelo seu passado. Entre a morte do irmão, o desgosto dos pais e o afastamento de Tori, a sua ex-namorada, Dave tenta convencer-se de que não tem contas a ajustar com o seu passado.Quando um assassino persegue várias mulheres, as rapta e se faz passar por elas, enviando mensagens e e-mails a familiarQuando viu os seus amigos pela última vez?Dave Lewis é um homem assombrado pelo seu passado. Entre a morte do irmão, o desgosto dos pais e o afastamento de Tori, a sua ex-namorada, Dave tenta convencer-se de que não tem contas a ajustar com o seu passado.Quando um assassino persegue várias mulheres, as rapta e se faz passar por elas, enviando mensagens e e-mails a familiares e amigos das vítimas, Dave Lewis é o principal suspeito depois de Tori aparecer morta. Mas Sam Currie, o agente responsável, parece acreditar na sua inocência. Resta-lhes descobrir o perigoso assassino e o que fariam para salvar os seus entes queridos.


Um Grito de Ajuda Reviews

  • Alja Katuin

    Na een wat stroef begin liep hij lekker door, op het puntje van mijn stoel doorliep ik hele avontuur van Lewis. Een aanrader als je van smerige spelletjes houd!

  • Vera Brandão

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  • Vera

    Mais um livro carregado de emoção e ansiedade que nos prende desde o inicio. Com personagens forte e marcantes Um grito de ajuda é sem dúvida uma obra de mestre, como não me canso de chamar Steve Mosby. Pormenores desinteressantes e factos adquiridos são totalmente transformados às suas talentosas mãos. A ansiedade de apanhar o assassino é crescente, uma espiral de sentimentos que culmina com a reviravolta final que nos deixa mais uma vez embasbacados.Desta feita temos um assassino frio [...]

  • rebellyell666

    Inhalt:Ein Serienmörder treibt sein Unwesen: Er tötet seine Opfer nicht bewusst, sondern lässt sie verdursten. Währenddessen versendet er SMS und E-Mails an dessen Freunde, um diese in Sicherheit zu wiegen. Als sich die Beweise verdichten, kommt nur ein Mensch infrage für die Taten: Dave Lewis, der selber auf der Suche nach seiner Ex-Freundin Tori ist, die eine SMS geschrieben hat, die nicht wie üblich aufhört…Schreib-/Erzählstil:Mosby schafft es, auf seine Charaktere einzugehen und ih [...]

  • Paulo Pires

    « Steve Mosby no seu melhorGostei do puzzle apresentado, da complexidade, da forma como o enredo evoluiu e nos foi apresentado.Uma história onde a lealdade, o amor e a amizade são colocados à prova. As relações humanas entre as personagens são a espinha dorsal que dá a consistência que um livro destes exige. Sem grandes floreados, a vida como se nos apresenta, um policial autêntico.Quer se queira quer não "o homem é um ser social", as teias sociais criadas entre o indivíduo e os seu [...]

  • Elien

    I'm not sorry I stuck with this author. This is my second book by Steve Mosby and I liked it just as much as The 50/50 Killer. Full of suspense and unexpected twists, just the way I like it. The ending was a bit weird, perhaps, but deliciously so. I've already picked up a copy of another one of his books, my curiosity's stirred!

  • Renny Barcelos

    Black Flowers is one of the best novels I've ever read so I decided to give Mosby another go and I was not disappointed. This is an intense read, and a seriously thrilling one. The murder's MO and motivation are well thought and greatly woven all through the story. The author lets enough clues one can decipher the who and maybe also the why but not completely. You have to read to get the full picture. The characters all feel real. I'm only not giving it full 5 stars because I was left with some [...]

  • Sonia Caillou

    Un roman dont on tourne les pages sans pouvoir le lâcher c'est dire si l'intrigue est bonne. Prenante, cinématographique, même, car on est au coeur de l'action avec une thématique familière : communiquer avec par SMS avec ses proches, on le fait tout le temps.Qu'est-ce qui dit qu'on est réellement en communication avec nos proches et pas quelqu'un de mal intentionné ?Agité jusqu'à la fin.

  • Shana

    Een beetje langdradig en weinig spanning maar ik wilde toch het einde weten.

  • Tanja

    >>Diese Rezension und viele mehr findet ihr auch hier: wort-welten/ ZUSAMMENFASSUNG:Eine junge Frau. An ihr Bett gefesselt und in ihrer eigenen Wohnung elend verdurstet. Warum? Weil keiner ihrer Freunde und auch niemand aus ihrer Familie genug an ihr lag, um sie zuhause zu besuchen, als auch nach Tagen immer nur dieselben Antworten auf E-Mails und SMS eintrafen. Und das Werk eines ganz besonders kranken Killers. Noch dazu einer, der schnell gefunden scheint, wäre da nicht der Umstand, das [...]

  • Brina

    Bei der ausführlichen Kurzbeschreibung werde ich aus Spoilergründen keine weitere Zusammenfassung schreiben.Als ich dieses Buch zum ersten Mal in meinen Händen hielt, musste ich spontan an die Filmreihe „SAW“ denken.Doch was Steve Mosby mit „Tote Stimmen“ geschrieben hat, übertrifft die SAW-Reihe um Längen.Hier wird neben der nötigen Spannung auch jede Menge zum Mitdenken geboten, was ich bei Thrillern besonders liebe.Obwohl die Geschichte schnell erzählt ist, findet man hier weit [...]

  • Julie

    J'aurai un avis mitigé à propos de ce livre.En effet, le début est très prometteur, dès le prologue on est mis dans l'ambiance. On sent que cela va être palpitant.Malheureusement, dès les premiers chapitres, j'ai eu du mal à m'y retrouver dans les personnages. Je ne savais jamais de qui il était question ni les rapports qu'il y avait entre les différents protagonistes. Cela m'a empêchée de prendre part à l'histoire, d'avoir envie de reprendre le livre après m'être arrêtée. J'ai [...]

  • Clarabel

    Dave a un petit souci avec les filles. De ses nombreuses rencontres et relations, ne subsiste qu'une pointe de remords face à son incapacité de garder le contact ou de prendre des nouvelles, parfois à titre sporadique. Et tout le problème vient de là, se rendre compte qu'à l'heure des technologies modernes, le silence et la solitude s'installent de plus en plus. Au risque de tourner au(x) drame(s). C'est ainsi que plusieurs anciennes petites amies de Dave sont retrouvées assassinées, che [...]

  • Lénia

    4,5*Foi a primeira vez que li algo de Steve Mosby e devo dizer que fiquei totalmente conquistada! Daria sem hesitar a pontuação máxima, não fossem alguns pequenos detalhes que gostaria de ter visto um pouco melhor desenvolvidos (como o porquê de uma ligação tão forte entre Tori e a dupla Cardo/Choc), o desfecho de 2 personagens que achei um pouco precipitados e ainda uma outra personagem que acabei por não perceber muito bem porque morreu, ou às mãos de quem (mas claro que tenho uma t [...]

  • Anke

    Ik twijfelde tussen 3 of 4 sterren. Het verhaal is erg goed en leest erg lekker, maar het duurde erg lang voordat ik in het verhaal zat. Dit is wel een schrijver waar ik meer boeken van ga lezen.

  • Pat

    Another convoluted plot by Steve Mosby. Someone is killing women by tying them up and leaving them without any food or water. They are found weeks later, dead of course. Dave Lewis's ex-girlfriend met this fate and, while he feels bad about it, it was nothing to do with him. However, when another ex-girlfriend goes missing he starts to wonder if he is being targeted somehow. Or is this just an incredible coincidence? The plot gets a bit twisty towards the end so I won't say any more. Of course i [...]

  • Julie Carson

    Not as good as the 50/50 killer. Easier to guess, and not as many twists. I couldn't really take to the main character either, for some reason, and it seemed to rush through his relationships with the girls, especially his new one with Sarah. It also didn't give a lot of detail about the murders, just bare basics, which is why I think I found it hard to empathise with anything.However, it was easy to read, and enjoyable, if you can enjoy murders!

  • Jeanie

    So I have a confession, (my own cry for help) I don't think I did this read justice. I should have taken a two days and read this book thru instead of reading along with several other books. However, when I did get to the point of reading this alone, it was thrilling as a thriller should be. It totally stumped me with the characters.

  • Reinaldo Lourenço

    Pois nao sei o q escrever sobre este livro. Achei algo confuso na parte final, aquelas revelações foram algo inesperadas/estranhas.Achei o 1º livro do autor bem melhor conseguido, com alguns requintes de malvadez, este 2º para mim nao é tão bom.Ainda assim dou 4* pq acho que o autor tem potencial.

  • Valérie

    het was niet echt een page-turner, vond ik. Het verhaal was wel oké, maar spannend vond ik het niet. Eens dat die namen bekend werden, werd het redelijk voorspelbaar voor mij.Maar ja, ieder zijn eigen smaak, zeker?

  • Annick

    A thriller about a magician who somehow gets caught up in the plans of a serial killer, who ties up his victims and lets them starve to dead. The end was unexpected - it's a classical whodunnit - but I didn't quite see it coming. A good read!

  • Chantal

    Weer een geweldig boek van Steve Mosby! Spannend, intrigerende karakters en een goed plot! Heerlijke, spannende thriller! Vier sterren omdat het boek voor mij net iets minder spannend is dan de boeken van Cody McFadyen.

  • Melissa Charitos

    Sterk verhaal met een interessant begin dat echt je aandacht wekt en een geweldig plot, wel eentje waar je je hoofd bij moet houden. Ik vond persoonlijk 50/50 moorden net iets beter, maar alsnog een prima boek. Aanrader!

  • Lucianvanbelzen

    I like the idea of the book but all the different characters were quite confusing at some point. Also, the ending of the book was sometimes a bit confusing. It is not 100% clear what the intensions/motives were from some of the characters.

  • Joanne Parkington

    'It was ok' just about sums this up . not the best Steve Mosby i've read by a long shot way too complicated & an unbelievable story line the 'Mary' element didn't work for me & as for 'Tori' i was glad when everybody died the end.

  • Randy

    This is Steve Mosby's fourth novel. He gets better each time out.A killer abducts women, then sends emails to their families purporting to be the victims aking for help. Just before he murders them.

  • Mel (Daily Prophecy)

    Wat een verhaal! Het was even lastig om erin te komen, maar na een paar hoofdstukken las het boek als een trein. Ik was zo nieuwsgierig naar het einde, dat ik maar bleef lezen en hem amper neer kon leggen.

  • Randy Evans

    Cry for Hep is a story about a killer who abducts girls then ties them up and let them die slowly of thirst. While they are dying he sends texts and emails with their phones to their friends and family pretending to be them saying they are alright and not to worry. A very good read indeed.

  • Amos

    NICE!!! Creepy serial killer thriller that kept me wondering "who the hell done those naughty thangs?" till the end. Quite the little page turner First book from this cat that I've read so I'm curious to see if his others are as fun as this one was. Next, please!

  • Chani

    A quick read. There are some plot holes and blatant lies but the beginning is terrifying and very dark. Mosby invented the serial killer who doesn't kill but simply lets the victims slowly die.