This service enables you to keep track of who has tried to call you, as well as the time of their last call. The service does not work if the caller has blocked his. Kurz nach der Scheidung von ihrem aggressiven Ehemann zieht Mary in ihre neue Wohnung in einem alten Mietshaus. Dort erhält sie auf einmal Anrufe von einer älteren Dame namens Rose, die nach ihrem Freund Bobby fragt. Da sowohl Rose als auch Mary. The Caller – Anrufe aus der Vergangenheit. Originaltitel: The Caller (GB/Puerto Rico ) Regie: Matthew Parkhill Drehbuch: Sergio Casci.
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Kurz nach der Scheidung von ihrem aggressiven Ehemann zieht Mary in ihre neue Wohnung in einem alten Mietshaus. Dort erhält sie auf einmal Anrufe von einer älteren Dame namens Rose, die nach ihrem Freund Bobby fragt. Da sowohl Rose als auch Mary. The Caller ist ein US-amerikanischer Mysterythriller von Arthur Allan Seidelman aus dem Jahr Der Film wurde in Rom gedreht. Seidelman wurde für. Als die frisch geschiedene Mary (Rachelle Lefevre) in ihrer neuen Wohnung über ein altes Telefon stolpert, ist sie sofort von seinem antiken, altmodischen. behoerdendschungel.eu - Kaufen Sie The Caller - Anrufe aus der Vergangenheit günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen. The Caller - Anruf aus der Vergangenheit. (82)1 Std. 27 Min Als die frisch-geschiedene Mary in ihrem neuen Apartment über ein altes Telefon stolpert. Übersetzung im Kontext von „the caller“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: the caller id. Übersetzung im Kontext von „the caller,“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: the caller.
The Caller ist ein US-amerikanischer Mysterythriller von Arthur Allan Seidelman aus dem Jahr Der Film wurde in Rom gedreht. Seidelman wurde für. The Caller – Anrufe aus der Vergangenheit. Originaltitel: The Caller (GB/Puerto Rico ) Regie: Matthew Parkhill Drehbuch: Sergio Casci. This service enables you to keep track of who has tried to call you, as well as the time of their last call. The service does not work if the caller has blocked his.
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The Caller - NavigationsmenüSlowenisch Wörterbücher. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Die wenigen Schocker waren allzu vorhersehbar, aber darum geht es auch in diesem Film nicht wirklich. Bearbeitungszeit: ms.
It felt like we might. I say no more - no spoilers here but if that IS the case I'm really really intrigued by what might happen.
Really this is an insanely good crime series. Extraordinarily well written, high quality and high drama all the way, please lets have many many more tales from the world of Robert Hunter.
Damn fine reading! Erm and I'm kind of freaked out. Even better. Highly Recommended. View all 5 comments.
Feb 21, Carolyn rated it really liked it Shelves: , psychological-thriller , netgalley , police-procedural. The first chapter of this book will certainly grab your attention!
This is one fiendish monster who likes to play grotesque games and torment his victims. The suspense was darkly intense and sustained throughout the book with the police playing catch-up and trying to work out the motives, let alone the profile of the monster.
The plot is clever and original and there's no way you'll guess the who or the why. This is the first book I have read by Chris Carter , so although it works well as a stand The first chapter of this book will certainly grab your attention!
This is the first book I have read by Chris Carter , so although it works well as a stand alone novel, I was very pleased to find out that there are already seven previous books in the series to look forward to.
Detective Robert Hunter is a great character, a mix of psychologist and detective with good intuition. I also loved Mr J, a husband of one of the victims, with a most unusual job and hope he turns up again.
View all 3 comments. I have to admit that I'm not really a fan of Chris Carter. On the plus side The Caller opens well, although some readers may find it quite brutal in places.
Howeve I have to admit that I'm not really a fan of Chris Carter. View 2 comments. The 8th book in the Robert Hunter series by author Chris Carter.
I always look forward to reading this series, it is so consistently good and always succeeds in leaving me in awe.
This series of books have good characters, unusual plots and are full of blood tingling descriptive text, certainly not for the fainthearted.
This latest book features the main character LAPD Detective Robert Hunter investigating another gruesome case where a woman is attacked in her own living room and her best friend The 8th book in the Robert Hunter series by author Chris Carter.
This latest book features the main character LAPD Detective Robert Hunter investigating another gruesome case where a woman is attacked in her own living room and her best friend is video called and asked two questions.
If the friend is successful in answering then the victim lives but a wrong response results in him or her having to watch a horrific and callous murder.
These books are so well paced and addictive. That may not have the full depth of character like Ian Rankin's Rebus or Michael Connelly's Bosch, but what they do possess are fast paced, ingenious plots with blood tingling murders that I would not recommend to anyone who is easily scarred.
Another excellent novel by Chris Carter. View all 7 comments. The authors imagination knows no bounds, the killings are gruesome and pretty gory in detail, so be warned if you are squeamish you may want to give this one a miss!
As you would expect the author has created a very twisted killer, but I would expect nothing else from Chris Carter as he skilfully takes the worse parts of human behaviour and creates a character who is chilling to say the least.
The killing scenes in this book are graphic to say the least, and at times make for a grisly read, but this is what makes Chris Carter such a fantastic crime writer, his details of police procedures and psychological profiling are second to none, and you are able to get a real understanding of the criminal mind and the way it works, something which fascinates me.
As the investigation intensifies and the body count rises The Caller made for a gripping and heart pounding read. There are a couple of other strands running through this novel which also added to the suspense.
Jul 29, Emma rated it liked it. For me, a disappointing entry in the Robert Hunter series. Despite some great scenes, this was full of cliche, dull generalisations, repeated information, and clunky writing.
It's 'all women have too many shoes' and a 'velvety voice' that sounded like 'experience' and 'Hunter said hello.
Garcia said hello'. Honestly, I found it painful for the most part and skipped through whole pages of unnecessary conversational dialogue that added nothing to either the storyline or the characters.
The whole b For me, a disappointing entry in the Robert Hunter series. The whole book felt like filler. A decent enough idea, but I hope Carter can pull it back next time.
This is a long, long way from his best. View all 8 comments. Feb 10, Snjezana Scarpetta Isles rated it it was amazing.
Woooooooooooow amazing book!!! I really enjoyed in this book!! View 1 comment. I cannot begin to explain my excitement, and as soon as I could I picked up the book and started reading.
The Caller is a brilliant addition to the series. In my mind, Chris Carter stands above many of the crime authors currently on the market meaning even his weaker books are well and truly worth a read.
In this one, Chris Carter once again demonstrates how he is an author of the modern world. He uses modern day technology and trends to create a wonderful crime novel that reflects the real world.
Issues we see today, trends that can be found, are shown within his books. Rather than being your typical murder mystery, Chris Carter sends us on a chase that uses the world as it currently is to add many layers to the story.
The fact that these things could happen, the fact he uses things we see and interactive with on a daily basis, makes the story more terrifying.
I know for a fact, if something like this were to happen in the real world people would look at the world in a very different way. Truthfully, as real as all of his novels are, I think this one addresses the most in terms of the modern world.
Not only is it used in the crime — both in terms of finding victims and in terms of how the crime is committed — but it also addresses the modern world in terms of reasons why the crime was committed.
As always, Chris Carter adds multiple layers to the story, telling a story within the story, allowing us to watch many things come together. Now whilst each of these books can be read as a standalone novel, there is a story underneath it all.
With this one, I found myself wanting to see more for Hunter on the relationship front. Overall, yet another wonderful Chris Carter read.
Feb 15, Raven rated it liked it. Throw in a hitman looking for revenge on the killer too, whilst hoping to dodge the radar of Hunter and Garcia, and what Carter dishes up is a spine chilling, violent, read in one sitting in subdued lighting if you dare serial killer thriller with some very nasty surprises indeed.
Typical Carter fare, but highly enjoyable nonetheless. J I would give this installment of the Robert Hunter series a lower rating.
Maybe it's my fault that I read so many books of the series almost back to back but it got predictable for me and nothing much surprised and if I managed to figure out who the killer was I would sadly even consider giving it a one star review.
After reading until the 8th installment I know by now how many victims there are gonna be, how Hunter will solve the case and that he 2.
After reading until the 8th installment I know by now how many victims there are gonna be, how Hunter will solve the case and that he will go and face the killer on his own.
I would like a surprise like a victim gets away and spoils the killer's plans, Hunter's partner is the one that solves the case or is the one facing the killer in the end or anything that will be different.
The only difference was that Hunter got to know a woman and possibly will have a more stable relationship for some time and even though I wanted that for him I can't say I liked her or that I felt who they started to fall in love with each other.
It made me feel nothing the three times they interacted during the story and at some I was like "oh great another murder so their meeting will be cut short!
There was zero chemistry between them and the only connection was that they are both into a good whiskey. Tracy's personality felt flat and I didn't like her style either or to be honest anything about her.
Hunter's partner Garcia has got some good moments during the story and even made me smile with some remarks he made. Captain Blake made a few appearances but wasn't much involved in the case and the same can be said for Dr.
The killer's motive wasn't so convincing either and you could argue with me and say that a sick mind doesn't need to follow logic to commit his crimes but I would honestly preferred if he just killed because he was into it than the reason I was given for all he has done.
In this story also a great part of the motive concerns people and their use of social media which I could do with out since it was already used in another story.
The most interesting character I encountered in The caller was Mr. J and I wouldn't mind if he got to the murderer first and spared me from yet another installment the Hunter vs.
The killer trope. I even found his storyline and investigation far more interesting than the one the two detectives lead.
For me the best installments of the series were the first and the sixth and I guess it's time for me to have a break from Chris Carter because I really don't want to break up with him permanently.
Hunter is not like any detective I have met before, he is highly intelligent possessing an over active mind that rarely allows him time to relax.
He enjoys alcohol but not in the falling down "sozzled" way, rather his tipple of choice is single malt scotch whisky which he savours and sips The smoky and complex aroma of the golden liquid made him smile again.
He picked up a water jar and poured just a little more than a few drops into the tumbler, before finally sipping his whisky. Smooth sweet vanilla, with sooty smoke coming to the fore and a long honeyed ember finish Rather than use immediate torture he makes a video call to someone very close to the victim and asks that person 2 questions.
What sets Chris Carter's books apart from his rivals is the methods that the perpetrator uses to silence his victims.
We have a face destroyed by glass fragments, a head crushed in a vice, a skull penetrated with a chisel and hammer He brought the chisel and hammer back to Cassandra's head.
This time he positioned the chisel just a little left from center, and only about an inch up from her forehead Up went the hammer.
Down it came BANG My Favourite character in The Caller is Mr J Jenkinson married to the lovely Cassandra, who falls victim to the "demon" I'm not spoiling the story by sharing that with you We discover that Mr J has a hidden occupation, one that his wife was not aware of, he is a hit man for the mob, and when Cassandra meets an untimely demise Mr J is on the case So with Detective Hunter chasing the demon before he strikes again and Mr J demanding revenge the scene is set for a fantastic conclusion Yes Chris Carter's stories may not be deep, observational and character driven but by god they are great fun to read and once started impossible to stop.
The front of the UK hardback edition states "as compelling as a box-set thriller" and that is a great description.
I hope I do not have to wait 18 months before joining Detective Hunter and his colleague Carlos Garcia on another thrilling outing!
View all 6 comments. Dec 29, Jana rated it it was amazing. The caller is amazing psychological thriller which will not let you sleep.
The book is part of Robert Hunter series but it is okay if you have not read the previous books as they stands as separate stories.
Jul 18, Jean rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , zip-library. The Robert Hunter series by Chris Carter is by far my all-time favorite series!
I get so excited when I see another book come out. Since I'm a Netgalley addict, it's hard for me to fit in a non-NG book onto my reading shelf.
But when my library started the zip books program if the library does not own the book and if the book is on Amazon prime, the library will have the book shipped directly to me from Amazon for free!
I read the book and then return it to the library. Hopefully the library will now own this amazing book so others can read it.
Just like his other books, this book is not for the squeamish. This book grips you from the very beginning and is fast-paced. I couldn't believe how quickly I finished the book.
Loved the plot, the characters, the ending. I loved everything about this book! I definitely recommend this stellar psychological thriller to all.
Can't wait for more to come. Nowhere near as gruesome as The Death Sculptor but really, what is Aug 04, Elaine Tomasso rated it it was amazing.
The novel opens with Tanya Kaitlin taking a video call from her best friend Karen Ward and has to watch her being killed when Tanya can't answer 2 simple questions.
According to the killer answering both questions correctly would have saved Karen's life. Unfortunately Karen is only the start. I thoroughly enjoyed The Caller.
Yes, the murders are brutal and Mr Carter doesn't skim on the detail, although I do, but the who and the why are intriguing - I would never have guessed.
The plotting is clever and while you could call Robert's uncovering of the murderer a bit fluky, this often how it works in real life.
The two seem to know each other somehow and they are playing a bizarre mind game, where the woman gets points for finding holes in the stranger's story.
The next day, they meet again in the nearby town and he gives her a lift to her house as their little game continues. It eventually becomes clear that he's suspecting her of murder of her husband, lover and daughter, which she vehemently denies.
Who or what is he, why is he playing this game of accusations with this women and where is her family or, for that matter, the neighbors or the townspeople?
The revelations turn out to be shocking and the stakes of their odd game higher than imaginable. But can she actually win it or was the game fixed from the start?
The suspense of this movie made me late for work, when I got to work I discovered everyone else was late due to this movie being so suspenseful!
The movie description tells you all you need to know. The end is something you must see only because I did, and it's only fair you do too.
Will say this though; I didn't see it coming. There really isn't much more to say and I don't want to spoil this for any of you so I will most certainly not do that.
The acting is decent, and the direction is very good so this is not by any means a waste of time.
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Edit Cast Credited cast: Rachelle Lefevre Mary Kee Stephen Moyer John Guidi Lorna Raver Rose Lazar Ed Quinn George Lydia Echevarria Old Woman Aris Mejias John Guidi, Sr.
Attorney Kirby Grace Connelly Hain Alfredo De Quesada Attorney Davis Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Leonardo Castro Edit Storyline Troubled divorcee Mary Kee is tormented by a series of sinister phone calls from a mysterious woman.
Taglines: Some calls are best left unanswered.