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Left To Die reader ↠ 496 pages ò randarenewables ð Nothing's More TerrifyingOne by one the victims are carefully captured toyed with then subjected to a slow and agonizing death Piece by piece his exuisite plan takes shape The police can't yet see the beauty in his work but soon very soon they will Than Being Left AlonNothing's More TerrifyingOne by one the victims are carefully captured toyed with then subjected to a slow and agonizing death Piece by piece his exuisite plan takes shape The police can't yet see the beauty in his work but soon very soon they will Than Being Left Alone In the lonely woods around Grizzly Point Montana four bodies hav This was my first Lisa Jackson book and I really enjoyed it It was fast moving had a good plot and I connected with the characters What I found most frightening is that a nut job serial killer is walking among the public and no one is the wiser There are actually two different stories going on surrounding the brutal killings and parts of the story are told from inside the mind of the killer A little romance mixed with suspense is always fun and in this case dangerous At the end of the book our killer is still on the loose and none of the detectives nor the FBI can figured out the strange clues he is leaving behind I will definitely be reading on in this series and am very interested in how many of the characters are brought back in the next book Alan Nebelthau does an excellent job narrating No weird voices or dialects except for maybe the killer who he makes very creepy Thank you Janie for recommending this series

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E been discovered Detectives Selena Alvarez and Regan Pescoli have been hoping for a career making case but this is a nightmare Even with the FBI involved Selena and Regan have nothing to go on but a killer's cryptic notes and the unsettling knowledge that there is much worse to come To Die When Jillian Rivers opens her eyes she's tr Okay this book ticked me off I did not appreciate having it end on a cliff hanger I do not have the next book in my possession and will have to look for it I strongly resent such manipulation by the author and was tempted to rate the book lower because of itBut I did like it for the most part till I realized that it was not going to be resolved until the seuel Although once I reached the so called end I found that the story involving Jillian Rivers was maybe just a little too hard to believe I can't say too much without being accused of spoilers okay I just can't hold it in so I'm putting a paragraph at the bottom of this review about the Jillian storyThis paragraph has been moved to the end so if you don't want to read a spoiler you can avoid itSpoiler over I feel much better for getting it off my chest I'll move along The other story is about Detectives Selena Alvarez and Regan Pescoli who are trying to solve the case involving the afore mentioned serial killer This part is very interesting even if the book spends a little too much time on Pescoli's thoroughly unpleasant offspring When Pescoli's ex husband tries to get custody of them from her my feeling is let him have them They all deserve each otherThe police procedural aspects are interesting and trying to solve the code of the mystery messages left by the killers is kind of interesting even if I thought it was much easier than the detectives did When they finally did get around to solving it about 150 pages after I did I wondered #1 why it had taken them so long and #2 why they were so alarmed by the message The killer's a serial killer folks She is nutso Why would you expect the coded message to be anything but frightening?So bottom line if this book hadn't ended on cliffhanger I would recommend it However because of the cliffhanger I can't recommend it without warning you about it so you can either make sure you have both books in the series or decide not to bother reading it because of the endingDon't say I didn't warn youBelow is the paragraph about the Jillian story that I moved to the end of this review for those of you who don't want to read spoilersWARNING THIS PARAGRAPH CONTAINS SPOILERS IF YOU DON'T WANT TO KNOW ABOUT IT SKIP THIS PARAGRAPHOkay the idea that the bigamous wife of Jillian's husband who faked his death years ago and left her holding the bag for defrauding a bunch of investors is so jealous of his continued obsessive love for Jillian that she would lure Jillian to Montana where a serial killer is kidnapping women by shooting out their tires and then leaving their naked bodies tied to trees in the Montana winter is just too freaking stupid for me to swallow

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Left To DieApped in a mangled car Then a stranger claiming to be a trail guide named Zane McGregor pries her free Though she's grateful something about him sets Jillian on edge And if she knew what lay out there in the woods of Montana she'd be truly terrified Because someone is waiting watching poised to strike and make Jillian the next victim This book had a lot going onsome good some overloadThere are actually multiple points of view and this aspect gets busy The two lead detectives are Pescoli and Alvarez You just get hints about Alvarez but you get overload of Pescoli's messed up life For me her life became a distraction to the serial plot I found her very irritating and wishing for from Alvarez or the FBI agentsThe serial killer is in 1st POV present tense which is a writing style that I personally don't enjoy reading So that was a negative The serial killer plot ends on a cliffhanger which I absolutely hate Not sure how many books you have to read for an ending But since this is an older series at least they're publishedThere is subplot of a copycat killer going after another woman Jillian who gets injured and rescued This plot was pretty much researched by the woman and the person who rescued her Of course there's a friend that's a hacker to jumpstart finding clues You do get a resolution but it felt a bit abruptOne thing that Pescoli and Jillian have in common are they both have 2 bad marriages each and they get in trouble by reacting before thinking So both their lives were messed up The story had lots of potential but it was also felt choppy and frustrating