Bioprints

Bioprints In the first book of the O Rourke Crime Novels series Ryan O Rourke an insurance fraud investigator learns that his best friend has been murdered and is compelled to bring the killer to justice Fro

  • Title: Bioprints
  • Author: R.C. Carter J.P. Carter
  • ISBN: 9781495325748
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the first book of the O Rourke Crime Novels series, Ryan O Rourke, an insurance fraud investigator, learns that his best friend has been murdered and is compelled to bring the killer to justice From the beaches of Malibu to the cornfields of Illinois, Ryan and his team are drawn into a web of murder, mystery and suspense Romance also finds it s way in as the team putsIn the first book of the O Rourke Crime Novels series, Ryan O Rourke, an insurance fraud investigator, learns that his best friend has been murdered and is compelled to bring the killer to justice From the beaches of Malibu to the cornfields of Illinois, Ryan and his team are drawn into a web of murder, mystery and suspense Romance also finds it s way in as the team puts their lives on the line The downside of 3D printing technology is exposed when a mad scientist goes rogue and pulls out all the stops to cover his tracks Laugh and cry with Ryan as he loses his best friend and meets the love of his life This action packed adventure sets the stage for many to come.

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    1. Once i started this book, I couldn't put it down. We start off following Ryan who has opened his own insurance fraud investigation business in Chicago after the advice of his very successful long time friend. Immediately the authors draws you into a storyline that is woven into a very suspenseful mystery with Ryan receiving a strange message and package from his long time buddy out in California. The story was well-written and the storyline was well planned. I enjoyed the many twists and turns t [...]

    2. This is the first work I have read from the Carters and I must say that I am very impressed. The characters are well thought out and related to each other very well. You are drawn into the story by the depth of the characters and the descriptions of the locations. Being familiar with both settings, it is obvious that they did their homework, as all the locales are described accurately. I enjoyed the suspense and was intrigued with the plot line. I loved the fact that they used humor to great eff [...]

    3. A Gripping Detective Murder Mystery The O’Rourke Detective Agency is on the trail of a murderer. The investigation leads to 3D printing and biotechnology that is being used for engineering human organs. The only problem is that a dangerous ex-employee has stolen plans and is eliminating everyone who knows. This well crafted novel takes readers on a whirlwind ride after a brutal killer and a group of detectives that are chasing him down. Plenty of twists and turns will keep the pages turning an [...]

    4. I was one of the lucky winners to receive a copy of bioprints by R.C. Carter and J.P. Carter through a draw on .This was an interesting book to read as my grandson is currently working on courses at school regarding 3D printing.If you enjoy a good mystery with a plot of what could happen when a rogue scientist is involved this is the book for you.The only thing I didn’t enjoy in particular was the constant description of every new character. By all means give us the details of the main charact [...]

    5. I saw Bioprints in a group on Facebook and decided to give it a try. The description was interesting and it was on a free promotion. This book kept me entertained the whole way through. The characters were likable and the story moved along at a good pace. It kept me interested and I read it in 1 day. The O'Rourke agency was a well oiled machine and very enjoyable. It mixed modern technology with old school investigation skills to produce a very fun book.If you like detective mysteries I would re [...]

    6. I am not much of a reader, and what I do choose to read is more along the lines of Science Fiction or Special Interest, so I picked up Bioprints with a bit of trepidation. I am glad I did. The book took only two days, of off and on reading, to complete. The characters were easily relatable, and I wanted to see how everything ended up as soon as possible. As a geographic geek I enjoyed the writers familiarity with the geographic areas featured in the book. Overall it is a good solid start to a se [...]

    7. A great "who-done-it"! The authors took some of the latest "tech" and wove it into an engaging criminal mystery. This one was hard to put down as both the story and characters were interesting and engaging with a lot of "on the edge of your seat" action. I found myself in a constant, "what's going to happen next!" A highly recommended, entertaining and quick read. I'm awaiting the next in the series.

    8. The things writers used to dream up are now reality. Carter describes a chilling sequence of murders, using biological manufacturing that left me turning pages well past when I should have gone to bed. Character and plot development are totally believable, jet setting from Simi Valley to Chicago and back. I highly recommend this book.

    9. Was recently ill and in bed for several weeks and had a lot of time to read. I was fortunate enough to win a copy of this great little story! A fascinating story of life love and intrigue. So well written makes one feel that they could be part of such a story (on the good side) of course!

    10. Enjoyable with interesting characters. The book has both a feminine and masculine side that makes it even more enjoyable to read. The characters are interesting and grow as a team throughout the story. I look forward to the sequel.

    11. Took a bit to get into it. Overall interesting story. Slowed at the end. At times was like reading a script.

    12. This book was an enjoyable read and I would give it 3.5 stars. The story idea was unique and it was definitely in the style of a hard boiled thriller. However, there were a few things that could be changed in future books of the series. The authors used a font type that made every word look like it had been bolded. That caused a bit of eye strain. If I'm focussing on the font on every page then I'm constantly being pulled out of the story. There were too many scenes and actions that were summari [...]

    13. Ryan O' Rourke owns an Investigative service with a few employees including Siobhan, who may be more than just a co-worker.When Ryan's friend he hasn't talked to in a while is murdered Ryan and his team are going to find themselves looking for a killer and investigating a place that does 3-D Bio printing. This is a murder mystery that is going to take readers on a suspenseful journey interlaced with the humor you find when co-workers are also friends. The writing is great and I love the characte [...]

    14. Richly layered with suspense, this book kept me guessing from chapter to chapter. I feel the authors did a great job with the setting to put me into the landscape of the story so it felt like I was there as things were going down. There was an undercurrent of romance between Ryan and Siobahn, just enough to appeal to the romance reader in me but not enough to distract from the plot. The modern technology threw everyone for a loopd it was a nice touch. I was intrigued throughout the entire story [...]

    15. I have always loved reading suspense novels and R.C. Carter did a great job in the first of his O'Rourke Crime Novels. The novel gives a peak into what the future could hold with biotechnology and 3D printing. I finished the novel in two days because I just didn't want to put it down. I look forward to reading the second book in the series and to catch up with his great cast of characters.

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