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Woman uncovers a shocking crime scene by inexplicably sensing the evil within its walls To the police she is a mystery She can't even tell them her own name They christen her Jane DoeSuffering terrifying hallucinations Jane is assigned to Nathan Fox a forensic psychiatrist struggling with his own demons Together they must piece together the jigsaw that is Jane'.

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The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 MIchael Cordy's first novel The Miracle Strain about the search for the DNA of Christ was published in over twenty five languages and forty countries It reached the top five in the Sunday Times Bestseller List and became a bestseller around the world Disney bought the film rights for millionAnother five novels followed Crime Zero Lucifer True The Source and the latest THE COLOUR OF.

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  • James Dorse

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathAdmittedly I've never been much of a reader In the past ten years I have probably read no than 5 or 6 full length novels that I did so for leisure and not school or study I suppose


  • Carole

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathI was really engrossed in this book at the start as we first meet Nathan Fox as a young boy when his mother father and young sister are brutally murdered during a gas station robbery but Nathan can't remember anything about the traumatic incident or why his life was sparedThe story then moves 19 years to the present day as Nathan is now a psychiatrist helping people though he can't help himself with his loss of memory He is detached and has learned to distance himself from pain and lossHe is then entrusted to a young woman who has total memory loss a


  • Tony Talbot

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathA woman with total amnesia and synaesthesia The mixing of senses colour as smell touch as hearing etc falls into the care of a psychologist Nathan Fox Together they unlock her amnesia and ease their own painful pastsFor a book that started out with an interesting premise synaesthesia


  • Kell

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathAbandoned unfinished


  • Monica BIthar

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathI started this book with a lot of excitement and momentum carried me through almost to the end The start is interesting it is a thriller with a twist and a lot of details about energy and Chakras thrown inThough I enjoyed the book but towards the end I found the book too predictableThough the book started with a very interesting concept But over the pages it became too predictable almost like reading script of a mediocre reading a Bollywood thriller The central characters could do no wrong and evil ones had no reason to do anything rightI would recommend reading this book though The author apparently did good research to elaborate so well about ancient Indian healing but still wish the end was different


  • Lainy

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathFrom the back coverIn a residential neighbourhood of Portland Oregon an unknown young woman uncovers a shocking crime by inexplicably sensing the evil within its walls To the police she is a mystery She can't even tell them her own name They christen her Jane DoeSuffering terrifying hallucinations Jane is assigned to Nathan Fox a forensic psychiatrist struggling with his own demons Together they must piece together the jigsaw that is Janes identityThen a seuence of brutal killings terrorizes the city and Fox learns that Jane is the only cryptic link bewteen the unrelated victims To solve the murders Fox must discard his black and white preconceptions look beyond the spectrum of normal human experience and confront the dark truth of her pastand his ownMy reviewThis is my second read from the Transworld book group and what a brilliant choice The actio


  • Marleen

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathReceived from and reviewed for Transworld BooksIn Portland a young woman is irresistibly drawn towards a house She can sense the evil in the house but can’t make herself turn away Using an axe she breaks into the house and singlehandedly puts a stop to the evil lurking inside injuring herself in the processWhen the police catch up with the young woman she turns out to be a mystery Not only can she not explain how she knew what was going on in that house she doesn’t know who she is where she came from or anything else about herselfDr Nathan Fox a forensic psychiatrist with violence in his own past is asked to talk to the girl and see if he can help her retrieve her memories and find explanations for what she did As he works with the girl Fox finds hi


  • catwoman

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathSynopsisIn a uiet residential neighbourhood of Portland Oregon an unknown young woman uncovers a shocking crime scene by inexplicably sensing the evil within its wallsTo the police she herself is a mysteryShe appears on no government records has no past and can’t even tell the police her own nameChristened Jane Doe and suffering terrifying hallucinations she is assigned to Nathan Fox a forensic psychiatrist struggling with his own demons after witnessing his parents’ murder as a childTogether they must piece together the jigsaw that is Jane’s identityThen a seuence of brutal killings terrorise the city and Fox learns Jane is the only cryptic link between the unrelated victimsTo solve the murders discover who she is and diagnose her condition Fox must discard his black and white preconceptions look beyond the spectrum of nor


  • Jerome Parisse

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathI was looking forward to reading The Colour of Death by Michael Cordy as most reviews I had read were good or even very good It goes to show that you can never take reviews at face value or at least that it's not because most liked it that you will also like it This novel didn't really work for me It took me a long time to read it and it may be because I was moving house and country while reading it but to be honest if it had been riveting I know I would have finished it a long time ago The story could have been interesting but it just didn't keep me on edge and it was all fairly predictable The characters felt a little like cardboard characters their behaviours didn't sound true and at


  • Ellie

    The Colour of Death Summary ß 108 The Colour of DeathRead as part of the Transworld Book GroupA woman is found at the scene of a crime with no memory of who she is or how she came to save the lives of eleven girls sold into slavery In order to help retrieve her identity the police bring in psychiatrist Dr Nathan Fox who has no memories of his own childhood trauma Fox has a form of synaesthesia in which he feels other people's pyshical contact and pain and he soon realises Jane Doe has the same sensations and When the police connect her to a series of murders Fox is determined to find out who the mystery woman isThe condition is synaesthesia is fascinating and probably common than you may think The best known form is that of perceiving colours for letters and numbers but the term covers a wide range of interconnected senses The premise of The Colour of Death is that a person th