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ISBN:
1441817921
Author:
Susan Ericksen,Tess Gerritsen
Category:
Thrillers & Suspense
Language:
English
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (December 10, 2009)
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1770 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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961


This book was read by Susan Erickson, which I felt she did a good job of trying to bring this book to life.

The first body is a mystery. Girl Missing is the new revised version of Tess Gerritsen’s novel, Peggy Sue Got Murdered. I listed to the audio version of this book. In a brief interview with Tess herself, she describes this book as her bridge novel from romantic suspense to thriller. Medical examiner Kate Novak works down in the morgue of a Boston hospital. This book was read by Susan Erickson, which I felt she did a good job of trying to bring this book to life. Overall, I think I will stick to Tess Gerritsen’s thrillers.

Home Tess Gerritsen Girl Missing. Gerritsen has a knack for creating great characters and mysterious plots that seem straightforward but also dazzle with complexity and twists. books should be mandatory reading for all mystery lovers. One of the most versatile voices in thriller fiction today. Tess Gerritsen is a damn fine storyteller. Hartford Books Examiner. Suspense doesn’t get smarter than this. Not just recommended but mandatory.

Written by Tess Gerritsen. Narrated by Susan Ericksen. More Audiobooks By Tess Gerritsen. carousel previous carousel next.

Tess Gerritsen (Author), Susan Ericksen (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher) & 0 more. Gerritsen writes that 'Girl Missing' was her transition book, written as she moved from writing romance to thrillers. I enjoyed the book and recommend it but it is not at the level of her recent offerings. I found the characters and plot not quite believable, certainly less complex than usual. I'm a big Gerritsen fan and though slightly disappointed, found it interesting to see her in the middle of changing genres.

Girl Missing: Tess Gerritsen, Susan Ericksen. Girl Missing, Tess Gerritsen-Her first thriller book and it is fantastic. Girl Missing (Previously published as Peggy Sue Got Murdered): A Novel. Brilliant author all her books are excellent. Has a bit of romance in it so you can see where she is making the move from her Harlequin writing days to her thriller days. This is a great storyline and as always keeps the reader on the edge of the seat.

Her car had started on the first turn of the key. Traffic had been sparse on Telegraph, and she’d hit all the green lights.

She made a point of skipping the obituaries. Chances were she already knew all about them. Then a gurney with a black body bag rolled past her doorway. Oh Lord, she thought. In about thirty seconds Clark was going to knock at her door, asking for favors

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Narrated by: Susan Ericksen. Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Medical Thrillers. Harvest vividly portrays a young woman doctor challenging a world where medical miracles and greed fuel a lethal conspiracy - and the bright lights of the . conceal the ultimate corruption of genius.

Повторите попытку позже. Girl Missing : A Novel by Tess Gerritsen Description : From Tess Gerritsen, bestselling author of the Rizzoli & Isles series, her stunning first thriller! A beautiful young woman’s corpse is found dumped in a garbage-strewn alley.

The book’s new title is NOT upbeat: Girl Missing. I LOVE Tess Gerritsen books – her romances and her crime novels. I also killed a lot of time reading her blog and learning that when a serious author has also written romance novels, they get flak for it for life. The original title is no better: Peggy Sue Got Murdered (SERIOUSLY!?). The book’s cover is VERY MISERABLE.

The first body is a mystery.


She’s young. She’s beautiful. And her corpse, laid out in the office of Boston medical examiner Kat Novak, betrays no secrets—except for a matchbook clutched in one stiff hand, seven numbers scrawled inside.


The next body is a warning.


When a second victim is discovered, Kat begins to fear that a serial killer is stalking the streets. The police are sceptical. The mayor won’t listen. And Kat’s chief suspect is one of the town’s most prominent citizens.


The final body…might be hers.


With the death toll rising, Kat races to expose a deadly predator who is closer than she ever dreamt. And every move she makes could be her very last.


  • Brialelis
Tess is an excellent writer and her sequent to a crime mystery writer is exceptional. Keeping the romance in the story is the perfect balance. Well written as usual very entertaining with the who done it element throughout. Kat is a street savvy medical examiner with grit who embarks on solving the epidemic of drug overdoses by a mystery street drug. Adam the blue blood handsome man who's phone number is written on a matchbook gripped in a dead girls hand comes to see if he can identify the body of the Lane Doe. He is visibly shaken anticipating the viewing, who does he think she is wonders Kat. Once he sees it is not whom he fears Kat pushes him to find answers he says he doesn't have. Kat not one to back down pursues her quest to identify and stop this new dangers drug as the corpses stack up. Fighting the Mayer who doesn't care that drug users are dead and the police including the acting DA (who happens to be her ex) seem to think these useless drug users are better off dead. As Adam is the head is a pharmaceutical empire that does research and development of drugs Kat thinks he may know more than he says and as they butt heads hearts also flare. Good story worth the read.
  • Ximinon
I've read other Tess Garritsen books that were excellent, this may be why this one was somewhat disappointing. Although this is an easy read, the characters are shallow and the story line is elementary and borders on being corny. Read her other books instead. The Mephisto Club. Lifeline.
I can suggest Lisa Gardner as a similar author.
  • Frey
When I read this book was one of Gerritsen's first, I was skeptical. I love her writing, so I gave it a shot. It became obvious early on that she's been incredibly talented from the start. An easy story to fall into & complete. Glad I took the chance.
  • Dainris
Gerritsen writes that 'Girl Missing' was her transition book, written as she moved from writing romance to thrillers. I enjoyed the book and recommend it but it is not at the level of her recent offerings. I found the characters and plot not quite believable, certainly less complex than usual. I'm a big Gerritsen fan and though slightly disappointed, found it interesting to see her in the middle of changing genres. To repeat, I recommend it.
  • Beabandis
This was another great mystery written by one of the best mystery writes. All of your books have a special flare to them. Your chacters are interesting and great chemistry. You always keep your readers on their toes. Thanks for an entertaining read.
  • Washington
I really enjoyed this book very much. It was very suspenseful and kept you guessing as to what would happen next. Tess Gerritsen is a great writer and I have read all her books so far.
my favorite is Bone Garden. I guess I should say so far as this author is full of surprises.
I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good mystery. It is one you cannot put down, take my word for it.
My eyes are sore from trying to finish it and see how the ending was to be. It was very good but not who I suspected, was the bad guy Full of suspence and a love story to boot.
Enjoy!!! ,
  • Bundis
I can't even remember what this book was about and I just finished it two days ago. It's the type of book that you take to the beach and don't care if a wave washes it away. It's not the worst book I ever read, but it's a close second. I was glad to find out that it was one of T. Gerritsen's earliest works and I have liked her later books much better. Please skip it if you care about character development, logic, sentence structure, etc.
Tess Gerritsen first started out writing with a bit of romance in her books and this is one of those early books. I thought I had read the original book originally titled "Peggy Sue Got Murdered," but I was wrong. I was waiting to be disappointed because the majority of authors improve as they write more stories. I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is well written, flows well, love the characters, and there is only a touch of romance. In fact, I wish Ms. Gerritsen would write more of these types of books - she definitely has a knack for it.