Seven Ways to Die

Seven Ways to Die There are seven basic ways to die In Dr John C Cavanaugh catalogued them all in his Primer of Forensic Pathology Case Studies for the Novice M E Micah Cody is a something NYPD captain of homic

  • Title: Seven Ways to Die
  • Author: William Diehl Kenneth Atchity
  • ISBN: 9780345411457
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • There are seven basic ways to die In 1969 Dr John C Cavanaugh catalogued them all in his Primer of Forensic Pathology Case Studies for the Novice M.E Micah Cody is a 30 something NYPD captain of homicide, who s founded a special unit known as TAZ with city wide license to take over any investigation at all, with special focus on serial killers Now its ultimate challeThere are seven basic ways to die In 1969 Dr John C Cavanaugh catalogued them all in his Primer of Forensic Pathology Case Studies for the Novice M.E Micah Cody is a 30 something NYPD captain of homicide, who s founded a special unit known as TAZ with city wide license to take over any investigation at all, with special focus on serial killers Now its ultimate challenge is on the loose in Manhattan, with three victims already whose causes of death seem like intentional defiance of TAZ s existence and four to go in four deadly days leading up to Halloween Chronicling it all with great amusement is the Capote like award winning crime writer Ward Hamilton who, egged on by his sexually voracious socialite bedmate, is determined to bring TAZ to its knees journalistically.Captain Micah Cody s Nez Perce name is Youngest Wolf from his ability to communicate with the animals and read nature s signs As all hell is breaking loose in Manhattan, the wolves in Central Park howl, the peregrine falcons shriek their warnings and Micah is listening When William Diehl died in 2006 he was working on SEVEN WAYS TO DIE based on a coroner s handbook given him by Illinois Medical Examiner Brett Bartlett, then a client of Atchity Entertainment International At the time, Diehl left behind over 400 manuscript pages of a novel in progress, along with detailed notes and treatment, as well as unfinished chapters, for the rest of the book It s time that Bill s loyal fans get to read his last, and most exciting, story, Kenneth John Atchity

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    1. William Diehl Kenneth Atchity

      William Diehl was an American novelist and photojournalist.Diehl was fifty years old and already a successful photographer and journalist when he decided to begin a writing career His first novel, Sharky s Machine, which became a movie by the same name was directed by and starred Burt Reynolds Diehl saw the movie shot on location in and around his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia Following the success of Sharky s Machine, Diehl relocated to St Simons Island, GA in the early 80 s where he lived for the next 15 years before going back to the Atlanta area While living on St Simons, he completed eight novels, including Primal Fear, which also became a movie by the same name starring Richard Gere and Edward Norton Diehl died at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on November 24, 2006, of an aortic aneurism He was a resident of Woodstock, Georgia at the time of his death and was working on his tenth novel.

    430 thoughts on “Seven Ways to Die”

    1. Diehl's last book is the first I've read and won't be my last.Diehl's last book is the first I've read and won't be my last.I often wonder how I've missed some great writers like William Diehl but I always am glad when I discover them since it will open my eyes to a lot of entertainment I have missed. 'Seven Ways to Die' is a very tight mystery masterpiece with great characters and engrossing story that twists and turns through every chapter. I particularly liked the Native American mythos that [...]


    2. Seven Ways To DieAuthor: William DiehlWith: Kenneth John AtchityWhat if you could communicate and understand the voices and sounds of animals? What if those voices and sounds could keep you safe and help you understand your environment? Animals can teach humans so many things if we really pay close attention. Love is something we all want and animals when treated with kindness and caring love us unconditionally. Some animals help us to heal and others teach us about ourselves, each other and the [...]


    3. William Diehl was a master storyteller who unfortunately died in 2006 before he could complete Seven Ways to Die, his tenth novel. Before his death he was able to write 412 manuscript pages of the novel, which was completed by Kenneth John Atchity, a friend and fellow writer, with the help of extensive story notes and outlines that were left behind. Diehl’s bestselling crime novels included Sharky’s Machine (1978) and Thai Horse (1987), and I can see why he was, and continues to be, so popul [...]


    4. IntriguingAn intriguing book with a decent plot, although the characters are a tad far fetched and the last third of the book takes things a bit too far.


    5. Толкова добра книга, че ме е яд, че е последна книга на автора. Довършена е от друг, което не намалява достойнствата и.


    6. Back in the 80's and 90's, William Diehl was one of my favorite authors. It was nice to see this, his final effort, brought to print with the help of Kenneth John Atchity. Overall this is a character driven police procedural novel. Some of the tech items used by TAZ may or may not exist, but they do make for a good background to the team.One of the earlier reviewers listed this as 'slow'. I didn't find it slow at all. It moved right along, even with the insertions of a back story for a lot of th [...]


    7. This was a nook book that I purchased on the basis of an advertisementonline. I could not remember whether I have read any other books byWilliam Diehl, but I thought that I would take a chance. I enjoyed it. TThe detection part was so precise, and the characters were quite interesting. I liked the idea of a special unit whose members all hadspecial interests. It was different in that the author lets you know partway thru who the killer is. I'd recommend it to mystery or suspenselovers.


    8. A really good book, would have been an excellent series. Such good character development. Unfortunately this was William Diehl's final novel before his death. Someone is killing people in NYC whose histories are all intertwined with a special group of detectives headed by intrepid detective of the TAZ squad, Micah Cody. There are seven basic ways to die. In 1969 Dr. John C. Cavanaugh catalogued them all in his Primer of Forensic Pathology-Cast Studies for the Novice M.E. The killer is using all [...]


    9. Nice change of pace, with a Native American police detective who uses his native upbringing and survival techniques in the 'big city.' I could do without the every-woman-wants-him bits - I mean, we get it - he's gorgeous and masculine and has very very long hair. Sort of the Native American version of Fabio. But it doesn't hamper the story, which is fast and rather interesting. I recommend it for a quick read on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Well-plotted and complex, there is the added treat of a te [...]


    10. This was his last book and it was very good. It's a face paced story of a one of a kind detective and his hand-picked squad solving a serial killer case. Diehl's descriptions of his characters puts pictures of them in your mind as you are reading. Micah Cody is the main character, an Indian with unique skills, who has only one unsolved case to his record. This killer's plan is to kill seven different ways. I recommend this book.


    11. This was a great story - I will have to look up and find more William Diehl stories. Too bad this was his last (and completed by someone else after his death).Lots of twists and turns but really a good whodunit. A bit of a love story intertwined with some American Indian culture and lots of police procedures.


    12. It is a decent book, the first I've read by this author. Since soooo many people insist on leaving reviews that read like a book jacket, I shall refrain from doing so. It is extremely redundant and not helpful in the least. So I suppose my review is a review of others' reviews. Anyway, based upon this book, I am inclined to read other books by Diehl.


    13. This was way better than I assumed it would be. I appreciated the multiethnic cast, though I couldn't decide whether or not Detective Cody came too close to Native American stereotypes.The story was full of twists and turns, and I had no inkling of the real culprit until it was revealed. I would love to read more stories about Cody and his investigative unit. Alas, this was Diehl's last book.


    14. I couldn't even finish this book, which is a shame. It sounded so promising. However, for a murder mystery, it was much too slow, filled with sexual content and cursing. I can find nothing redeeming about this book.


    15. Riveting This book was amazing. I didn't want to put it down. I found this book while searching through the kindle freebies. The characters were well developed and the storyline was interesting. It was fast paced and had my full attention. Highly recommended.


    16. I really enjoyed this book. I would have liked to see more of these characters but this was the author's last book.


    17. good but not great, somewhat predictable the main hook is the lead detective is a native american who communicates with animals. still not a bad way to pass the time.



    18. Quite sad that William Diehl has passed away - Micah Cody could have developed into and interesting character.


    19. my first read from William Diehl and I am positively going to download another of hos books. Very intricate plot line for 7 deaths.


    20. As this book's publisher I'm prejudiced. It was an honor to get into the mind of one of the great thriller writer's of our time and to figure out how this story was meant to end.


    21. spooky. insane and narcissistic serial killer on a personal vendetta kills friends and family of an elite police squad.



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