Driving Heat

Driving Heat

Richard Castle / May 22, 2019

Driving Heat Richard Castle New York Times mega bestselling mystery writer and star of ABC s hit primetime show Castle is back In the seventh novel of his popular Nikki Heat series the NYPD s top homicide detect

  • Title: Driving Heat
  • Author: Richard Castle
  • ISBN: 9781401324827
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Richard Castle, New York Times mega bestselling mystery writer and star of ABC s hit primetime show Castle is back In the seventh novel of his popular Nikki Heat series, the NYPD s top homicide detective has been promoted to captain just in time to face a thrilling case with a very personal twist Captain Heat s fianc , Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Jameson Rook, is deeRichard Castle, New York Times mega bestselling mystery writer and star of ABC s hit primetime show Castle is back In the seventh novel of his popular Nikki Heat series, the NYPD s top homicide detective has been promoted to captain just in time to face a thrilling case with a very personal twist Captain Heat s fianc , Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Jameson Rook, is deep in an investigation Professionally for Heat, Rook s meddling in the case compromises her new job Privately, it becomes an early test of their engagement when Rook becomes a distraction at best, and an obstacle at worst, as their parallel lives not only cross, but collide.

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      • Richard Castle

        Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Richard Castle is the author of numerous bestsellers, including the critically acclaimed Derrick Storm series His first novel, In a Hail of Bullets, published while he was still in college, received the Nom DePlume Society s prestigious Tom Straw Award for Mystery Literature Castle currently lives in Manhattan with his daughter and mother, both of whom infuse his life with humor and inspiration.Note Richard Castle is a fictional character from the ABC television show, Castle, played by Nathan Fillion The biography is of this character His name is being used as a pseudonym for tie in novels to the TV show.


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    1. In another Nikki Heat novel, Castle paints some interesting imagery in another New York-based adventure. Newly promoted to Captain and Precinct Commander, Nikki Heat must work through the kinks of the new job while juggling an h Homicide team and her ever-spontaneous fiancé, Jameson Rook. When called to the scene of a murder, Heat discovers the victim is more than simply a kayaker shot in the head, but her personal therapist, with whom she has shared many personal details. While hiding this fro [...]


    2. I loved the fast-paced read, but what has prompted me to give this book a three star rating rather than four or five stars are the spelling errors. Again.I hope the publisher, editor and ghost writer of Driving Heat are reading this review because yet again (in this book and previous books) Zachary Hammer, also referred to as "The Hammer" is Hammer in one chapter, and Hamner in another. Irritating. Sloppy. Disrespectful to the reader. I understand that churning out the books to match and follow [...]


    3. For the full review visit Jess So NerdyThis instalment in the Nikki Heat series was once again another amazingly fun read (although I really expected no less). The ways in which season 7 of Castle was interpreted and reflected upon in this book really intrigued me. I loved picking up on all the little references from the show, especially how Richard Castle still likes to play the role reversal card. Things that happen or are said by Kate become things that happen or are said by Rook and I think [...]



    4. I really like this series. The tv show is a touch better but that could be because of Nathan Fillion's butt. This has a great plot. I've already bought the next book.


    5. My rating is 3.5 stars.Another Nikki Heat book written by the fictional character Richard Castle of the television show Castle. On that show he promotes books which happen to be real novels written by a ghost writer. I absolutely love this tie-in. In this one, Nikki's psychiatrist is found murdered and Nikki who has been recently promoted to captain is worried her sessions will become public.I am a fan of this series as I think the whole concept is so clever. Fans of the show will especially lov [...]


    6. What do Nikki's dead therapist, a cover-up about cars whose rollover correction software malfunctions without warning, a protest about the detainment of a Syrian citizen, a hack that cripples the NYPD's computer and phone systems, a super rich evil villain, a threatening congressman, deadly civilian drones, and a recently fired cop with psychological issues have in common? They're all parts of the incredibly complicated case in this mystery, which I enjoyed as much as any Nikki Heat mystery, but [...]


    7. The very meta saga of the fake Nikki Heat novels being written by the fictional Richard Castle continues. I have enjoyed the novels, as they are faster, larger, and push the envelope a bit more than the show Castle. For those reasons, I really enjoyed the book. My main complaints are that the book recycles plot elements from previous books. It seems like every novel, Rook and Heat have a major relationship fight and after a while, like sitcoms *cough Scrubs* it gets old. Otherwise, an entertaini [...]


    8. One of the things that bugged me the most about these Nikki Heat books has always been the summary blurbs--they always try so hard to be exclamation point, and "Big Awesome Words!" worthy, that it just sounds super lame.  If the ghost writers for Richard Castle put as much effort into the actual crime thriller story outline and plot as they did being meta about the television series, or making the book out to be like it was written by "New York Times Bestselling Author," the books might be mor [...]


    9. (B) 74% | More than SatisfactoryNotes: Promises personal but ends up pedestrian. It's a convoluted story driven by paranoia, street chases and plot retreads.


    10. This was exactly what you want out of a Nikki Heat book - basically it's a longer episode of "Castle", just with different character names. And considering that's no longer on the air, it was exactly what I was in the mood for. Good story, good ending, but little surprise.



    11. Jamison Rook can be a real character. Every time he opened his mouth, I saw the actors that portray them on "Castle." This book had several twists and turns and I wasn't sure who was involved. Nikki's psychologist is found murdered in his kayak but there's no blood to deter me where the shooting took place. Jamison Rook is acting peculiar to Nikki and want disclose what he may know. Later on its determined that Jamison is working on a new whistle blower story and tries to keep it under wraps. It [...]


    12. This one was an entertaining read. Only reason it took me so long to read was I got distracted by other books, and honestly, the last Nikki Heat book I couldn't put down was 'Frozen Heat'. Yet again, Nikki Heat and Jameson Rook have relationship issues during a high profile case, which has been a running pattern throughout the book series. The case itself was actually quite interesting, and had lots to twists and turns. Took me a while to guess who the killer might be, but then again, since I di [...]


    13. Why do I keep reading these? The simple answer is that I have a need to finish series that I start (books and television). Still, this is likely the last time I spend time reading fake Castle. It isn't just the unbelievably sloppy editing near the end (where "your" is used when "you're" is the word needed and the punctuation of two sentences is switched making a question a statement and vice versa), though that really makes me think less of all involved. It is that there is an inherent level of [...]


    14. The best entry so far in this series authored by "Richard Castle"--actually I think by a ghostwriter named Michael Connelly, and he is doing a terrific job. This story has a complex plot that is reviewed for the reader so we don't get lost, and takes the full 300+ pages to work out in a most satisfying way. Fewer sex scenes (and those are PG-13) and fewer immaturities on the part of protagonist Jameson Rook--much better. Some unfortunate language. All in all, a fun read; a big bag of potato chip [...]


    15. This is the seventh in a series that parallels the TV series "Castle". Protagonist Nikki Heat is promoted to police captain and edges closer to marriage. Meanwhile, a series of mysterious murders leads to a billionaire software designer. Or do they?Castle does a good job creating likable, realistic characters and his supporting cast of detectives is up there with the best ensemble casts in pulp fiction. This book has a little too much soap opera sex scenes and time slowing stretches of thinking [...]


    16. Another great addition to the Heat series. Twists and turns a plenty in this fast paced, heart pounding thriller. Can't give too much away, but it's amazing to read how the folks in the precinct deal with the fact that all their technology gets compromised and have to go old school, or as Nikki Heat says in the book, "go old schoolgirl". I'd love to know who the actual author of the Heat series is. They aren't cute little tie ins to the tv shows-they are well plotted police thrillers.


    17. Driving Heat is another solid addition to what has, honestly, been a surprisingly good series. The debut novel Heat Wave aside, this exercise in "Holy meta, Batman" has enough juicy callbacks to the TV show Castle to satisfy fans of the show, while still managing to tell an interesting, if not altogether complicated, story. This isn't the best of the Nikki Heat books, but it's a solid addition and well worth the time of anyone looking for a quick, fun read.


    18. Another great mystery, as all the rest in the series have been. I can usually figure out "whodunit" in most mystery novels, but this one really kept me guessing right up until the end. And the ending - *swoon*! Just trust me - if you loved all the other Castle books (and the TV series), you'll also enjoy this one, as well.


    19. Very good book by Richard Castle. Can Nikki work after her counselor gets shot? Or can the squad tend with NYC's biggest cyber-attack? What about other mysteries that I cant spoil. Find out in another great book by Richard Castle!


    20. I was expecting it all to be about them fighting and because of that I took my time before I started reading and it turn out there's a couple of chapters about that and then we move to the case and as always it becomes really good


    21. I enjoy all of these, but there's nothing that makes them stand out from other adventure thrillers. They're just good fun.






    22. Stars: 3 / 5Recommendation: If you like crime plots and follow closely how day-in and day-out law enforcement personnel solve a case along with tinge of romance and a boat load of twists that spin the plot like a top, then this is a perfect series to read through.Driving Heat is the seventh book in the series of Castle Books written by fictional author Richard Castle from the TV series Castle (portrayed by Nathan Fillion) published in September of 2015. The book is released right before the fina [...]


    23. Why I read thisBecause Castle. Though I’ve never actively searched for the books while I was still following the series. I happened to come across this at a book sale. Never read the earlier books but its by Castle. I already know the main characters in the book, more or less. Rating: 4/5I like mystery books. And for being a TV series tie-in, it had a well-written and interesting plot and characters. Also the little easter eggs for people who are a fan of the series, like me, is fun.Even if I [...]


    24. Driving Heat (Nikki Heat #7) by Richard Castle – Okay I enjoyed Castle (the TV show) very much back in the day. In addition, I have read six of the Nikki Heat spinoff novels and enjoyed some of them very much. However, Driving Heat just did not hold my interest very well. It just seemed to have too many pages of inane conversations and unsatisfying, unrealistic and/or unnecessary plot turns and drama sequences (such as Rook’s kidnapping). Like the Castle TV show, I believe these Nikki Heat b [...]


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