Heat Wave is the first in a series of mystery novels featuring the characters Nikki Heat, an NYPD homicide detective, and Jameson Rook, a journalist. The novel and its sequels are published by Hyperion Books as a tie-in to the U.S. crime series Castle, and are attributed to that show's lead character Richard Castle Richard Castle is a best-selling author who has published the. Heat Wave book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. NYPD Homicide Detective Nikki Heat feels sparks from ride-along, journ . Heat Wave [Richard Castle] on Book 1 of 6 in the Nikki Heat Series . Start reading Heat Wave (Nikki Heat Book 1) on your site in under a .

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Heat Wave: Nikki Heat Book 1 (English Edition) e mais milhares de eBooks estão . Richard Castle is the author of numerous bestsellers, including the critically. The title character from ABC's hit television series Castle kicks off his new series of books featuring tough and sexy New York police detective Nikki Heat with a. download Heat Wave (Nikki Heat Series, Book One) by Richard Castle (ISBN: ) from site's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on.

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Visibility Others can see my Clipboard. Cancel Save. Especially good and funny is "Roach," actually two cops named Ochoa and Raley affectionately known by that singular name because of how close together they are.

They're always cracking jokes at each other's expense, and I'd love to see more of them. Heat and Rook, though, are the most interesting, though their dialogue is overwritten at times.

The sexual tension between them becomes a bit cliched, probably because in novels like this, you know a male and a female character are eventually going to fall into bed.

Most interesting is what happens after — Heat doesn't soften at all, something Rook is obviously looking for.

She's still no-nonsense, treats him like a professional annoyance though she at least stops insulting him , and doesn't relent to doing the typical romantic "lovers" thing.

The very economical prose is why the book can be this short and still encompass an interesting mystery, its accompanying twists and turns, and all the personal stuff that Heat goes through. The prose style is not like Robert B. Parker short, clipped sentences, but it's still efficient and mostly a joy to read.

The mystery itself is quite good, too, though anybody with any familiarity with the genre will be able to tell who the killer is a mile away. Nikki Heat's reaction to the culprit goes a long way toward identifying the killer. Still, the twists and details of the plot still come up as surprises.

All in all, Heat Wave is a very good first "Nikki Heat" novel, a credible introduction to a flawed but still likable character herself analogous to Castle's reluctant partner Beckett in the TV series.

It's got an interesting mystery that will keep you and Nikki Heat sorry, that rubs off, I guess on your toes. It won't tax your brain too much, but it's a good mystery nevertheless.

I took a chance when I saw it on the list of books available for review, and I'm glad I did. I'll probably check out future Heat novels as well.If you're a fan of the TV show, you'll feel right at home reading this.

Heat Wave + Naked Heat by Richard Castle Review

Nikki Heat has to allow "Rook", a journalist doing research for a magazine article, to follow her around while she works a case. And Jameson Rook is just downright annoying! You made my day. He is based on Richard Castle himself and the way he works with Kate Beckett. Nikki Heat character is based on Kate Beckett, and they meet in similar circumstances as in the show.

Unlike with damn Red Rising, I finally adjusted or resigned myself , and started fully enjoying the book.

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