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Listen to Detective Jane Rizzoli in one of the most twisted cases she’s ever been on in Die Again, the latest release audiobook in Tess Gerritsen’s New York Times best-selling series Rizzoli & Isles, narrated by professional voice actor Jane Eby. This story is the work of a master in mystery writing. You will be entirely engrossed as Detective Rizzoli hunts for clues throughout Boston and Southern Africa where she uncovers body after body, all connected to one elusive killer. This is the perfect thriller – suspenseful, gripping and tense. Available now from Audible.
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The latest enthralling case in Tess Gerritsen's New York Times bestselling Rizzoli & Isles series, the blockbuster books behind the smash hit TNT series.

Boston Detective Jane Rizzoli is on the case of a big game hunter found dead in his apartment, alone with the body of a beautiful white snow leopard he had recently been commissioned to procure and stuff for a high-profile museum in the area. Medical examiner Maura Isles connects the case to a number of seemingly unrelated deaths where the victims have all been found hanging upside down, the hallmark of a leopard's kill. Rizzoli follows the puzzling trail of clues all the way to Botswana, where she uncovers the unsolved mystery of a deadly camping safari four years prior. When she realizes the two cases are connected, Rizzoli must track down the sole survivor of the tragic trip to discover who - or what - is behind these gruesome deaths.
©2014 Tess Gerritsen (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Gills on 21-01-15

Awful, Robotic Narrator

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

A better narrator.Tanya Eby was so robotic it was like listening to a female Stephen Hawking. So distracting from the storyline which I'm sure would have lived up to past Gerritson books I have read.The narrator is not a huge consideration for all listeners, but I find a bad (or even idiosyncratic) narrator such a distraction that I cant follow the storyline.

Any additional comments?

Will buy the physical book instead.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By Miss on 12-03-15

Story good, narrator not the best!

It was a bit slow to start, but did pick up. What irritated me was the extremely bad pronounciation of everything to do with Botswana!

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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3 out of 5 stars
By Susan S. on 07-01-15

OK story, but narration is not good.

The story is okay, but not one of Gerritsen's best. And I did not guess the ending, which is good. The reviewer who said do not listen while eating was right. The narrator was a bad choice for this particular story. If you have characters from several countries, you need a narrator who can do accents as well as male and female parts.

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28 of 28 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Ingrid on 05-01-15

I was impressed

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As a South African, I found the author's depiction of Africa, South Africa and the South African people excellent. I don't know how long she spent in South Africa and Botswana researching her book, but well done! Apart from using 'Afrikaans' names, like Jannie, the author also utilised the South African lingo accurately. The term "going on safari" is used by visitors to Africa. South Africans say they are "going to the bush". I was impressed.

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19 of 20 people found this review helpful

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