The Bone Collector

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Book cover of 'The Bone Collector'. Cover is dark brown, focused on the floor of a forest. Leaves have fallen to the floor and started to decay. A pale hand reaches up from the dirt.
Cover of The Bone Collector

Lincoln Rhyme, a main character in The Bone Collector by Jeffrey Deaver, is quadriplegic.

From the publisher:

Lincoln Rhyme, ex-head of NYPD forensics, was the nation\’92s foremost criminalist, the man who could work a crime scene and come away with a perfect profile of the killer, frozen in time. Now, Lincoln is frozen in place – permanently. An accident on the job left him a quadriplegic who can move just one finger, a great mind strapped to his bed, mulish and sarcastic, hiding from a life he no longer wants to live.

Until he sees the crime-scene report about a corpse found buried on a deserted West Side railroad track, its bloody hand rising from the dirt.

Available in print, digital and audiobook
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US publisher: Viking Press (1997)
Author represented by: Curtis Brown
Language: English (translations available)

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