Karen Hardy One thing that best-selling author Jeffery Deaver still gets a kick out of, after 20 years of writing about detective Lincoln Rhyme, is coming up with villains to do him justice. We all love Rhyme, the wheelchair-bound, obstinate, forensic genius, who has been outwitting bad guys for 13 novels now, but think about some of the psychopaths we’ve met along the way. SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Link Jeffery Deaver: Tries never to make his villains a caricature. Photo: Supplied Of course, The Bone Collector kicked it off. Who wasn’t afraid to get into a cab after reading that book? Or the master illusionist "The Conjurer" in The Vanished Man . Or indeed "The Watchmaker", the only villain to elude Rhyme. Now we have "The Composer", and you only have to read the opening chapters of his story – "and every villain is the hero of his own story," says Deaver – to know that Rhyme will have his work cut out for him here. SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Link Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie in the movie The Bone Collector helped raise Lincoln Rhyme’s profile. "I love […]