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by Robert Gregory Browne

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ISBN:
0330445359
Author:
Robert Gregory Browne
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Macmillan Publishers Ltd; 1st Edition edition (2007)
Pages:
400 pages
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1528 kb
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1610 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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Browne Robert Gregory. Robert Gregory Browne Kiss Her Goodbye Part One CAUSE1 It all started when the pregnant girl went crazy

Browne Robert Gregory. Robert Gregory Browne Kiss Her Goodbye Part One CAUSE1 It all started when the pregnant girl went crazy. Walt spotted her right away, standing amid the knot of customers who waited out front as he unlocked the doors: nineteen, twenty years old. Belly about to burst. When Walt saw that smile, the first thing that came to mind was Emily. 1. It all started when the pregnant girl went crazy.

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Kiss Her Goodbye book. Basis for a CBS Television pilot starring Dylan Walsh. KISS HER GOODBYE (Thriller-Jack Donovan- -Cont) - Okay Browne, Robert Gregory - 1st book St. Martin’s Press, 2007, US Hardcover – ISBN: 9780312358396 First Sentence: It all started with the pregnant girl went crazy. ATF Agent Jack Donovan is determined to capture violent bank robber Alex Gunderson.

Robert Gregory Browne. She and her best friend, Laura, stood near the foot of the steps outside Bellanova Prep, trying to look nonchalant as Matt Weber strolled by. Jessie whispered retending to have a sudden intense interest in the zipper of her backpack. Matt tossed her a quick glance as he passed. Jessie caught it, giving him an equally quick smile in return. He was way out of her league, but that glance meant something

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by. American Contemporary Fiction - Individual Authors +, Fiction, Fiction - Espionage, Thriller, Suspense, Thrillers, Fiction, Thrillers, Cults, Fathers and daughters, Police. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on August 8, 2013. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014). THE SOULS OF THE DEAD Naked. That's how Detective Frank Blackburn finds her-a beautiful Jane Doe brandishing a pair of scissors near the scene of a brutal murder

Robert Gregory Browne. That's how Detective Frank Blackburn finds her-a beautiful Jane Doe brandishing a pair of scissors near the scene of a brutal murder. Is she the perpetrator? Or is she the only eyewitness to the handiwork of Vincent Van Gogh, a twisted serial killer with an "artistic" bent? THE SINS OF THE LIVING To find out, Blackburn takes her to renowned psychiatrist Dr. Michael Tolan.

Kiss Her Goodbye pulls you in and doesn't let go. The pacing is tight, the story compelling, and the characters unforgettable. I loved this story and can't wait for more from Mr. Browne. Breathless, er with a twist. com User, February 18, 2007.

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Robert Gregory Browne is an American novelist, former screenwriter, and co-founder and creative director of Braun Haus Media, LLC. Browne was born in California, but at the age of eleven, moved with his family to Honolulu, Hawaii

Robert Gregory Browne is an American novelist, former screenwriter, and co-founder and creative director of Braun Haus Media, LLC. Browne was born in California, but at the age of eleven, moved with his family to Honolulu, Hawaii. After discovering the work of Donald Westlake, Browne set his sights on becoming a writer and at seventeen wrote 130 pages of a comedy mystery novel that remains unfinished.

Kiss Her Goodbye is a smashing good read. It moves at such a breakneck pace that you'll scarcely have time to take a breath. -Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of The Mephisto Club.

  • Ger
As I read this book, I was more and more impressed at the imaginative complexity and depth of this story. I was filled with admiration for the talent of an author that could create such a plot. It was daring, engrossing, suspenseful! I have definitely found a new author to follow, I thought breathlessly, as I eagerly raced toward the conclusion. The "ending" was very satisfying and it tied up all the elements of the plot in a
way that made all of the belief-suspension that had been necessary well worth it. But wait a minute! Then I read the REAL ending: a final, misguided, cheesy, sell-out add-on that ruined everything! It was like throwing a big plop of cow dung in the shining snow. I won't say more in case someone out there decides to read this book, but take my advice and DON'T DO IT! It is rare for me to write a review, but I am so disgusted that I just had to let it out. I would like to email the author and be more detailed about why this ending was so disappointing and spirit crushing, but his website, it seems, has been hacked and therefore is down.
  • Chuynopana
This is a fast paced thriller in which ATF Agent Donovan gets caught up in a very personal case. He's been hunting Gunderson, a self-styled bank robber and all around bad guy for months. Finally nabbing him - or nearly so- at the scene of a bank robbery, it all goes south from there. His daughter his kidnapped by the n'er-do-well and the hunt is on. An exciting chase takes place - even into the supernatural. Well written book by Robert Gregory Browne.
  • breakingthesystem
I know I'm coming into the party late, that the book has been out for awhile but nevertheless... Truly enjoyed this novel, so much so that I used it as my reward for chores. If I find a book that holds my attention, that I don't want to put aside, I use it as an incentive to force myself to do things I don't like to do. Once I started Kiss Her Goodbye, I knew I'd found my reward program for the day. Read a bit, go do a load of laundry, reward myself afterward with two chapters. Need to load the dishwasher after dinner, reward with four chapters. (Hey, cooking dinner and doing dishes is worth more than a load of laundry!) Thanks for the entertainment, Rob. I look forward to my next Browne reward novel!
  • Ffel
Wanted to read RGB since reading Poe and have been a huge fan of Brett Battles so I was really looking forward to RGB. Kiss Her Goodbye was fast paced, well written and I loved the other world twist. My first RGB read was Trial Junkies which I did not like so it was with some hesitation that I read this book but he gets so many good reviews that I wanted to give his work a second chance. I'm very glad I did and while I'll probably stay away from the Trial Junkies series, I will read more Browne.
  • lifestyle
I bought this book after reading the exciting sample chapter, but after reading a few more chapters I lost interest and ended up fairly disappointed. The characters were unrelatable and the dialogue was too simple for my liking. Not the crime-thriller that I expected it would be.
  • Tehn
I loved this book. I picked it randomly because it sounded good. And just kept reading. It had everything in it that I like to read, action, mystery, and a little bit of paranormal. My first thought this would make a great movie and then I read the afterword by the author and read that they started to make a series of this but then didn't do it. Why? Please make this a movie or series.
  • Na
The idea of a race to save a loved one who has been buried alive certainly isn't a new one, but the author is a good story teller and hooked me early.

The action starts fast and doesn't let up until the midway point. That's where he started to lose me. It was like a different writer stepped in with a supernatural angle. Pacing changed, and the ending was a let down.

The author certainly has skills and I will try another of his books. I just hope he picks a genre and stays with it
What a great book! I enjoyed it from beginning to end. The story is about an ATF agent who is consumed with a case. Throw in a little family dysfunction, a touch of the supernatural, and finish it with a haunting plot twist.