Die Again

Die Again

Large Print - 2015
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Detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles go into the wild to find a killer. After linking a recent Boston crime to a series of unsolved homicides in wilderness areas across the country and the killings of tourists in the bush of Botswana six years earlier, they plot to cage the hunter before he strikes again.
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine :, Center Point Large Print,, 2015.
Edition: Center Point Large Print edition.
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781628994261
1628994266
Branch Call Number: FIC Gerri
Characteristics: 423 pages ; 23 cm.

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rb3221
Oct 07, 2017

Two story lines, one in Botswana on an African safari with the travelers being brutally murdered one by one and similar bizarre killings 6 years later in Boston and other states. Rizzoli works hard with Isles to link these cases to each other. Millie, the lone African survivor is persuaded by Rizolli to come to Boston to help solve this mysterious case that comes to a dramatic and surprising conclusion.
Another fast moving, gripping page turner. Very well done and recommended.

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ifhy010
Mar 03, 2017

Excellent quick read. Read it in 3 days! Very exciting.

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Zoelexi777
Jun 14, 2016

This was a typical Gerritsen mystery......really good. Love her books. Well worth the read.

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Shelley51
Dec 23, 2015

This was my introduction to the Rizzoli and Isles series. I really enjoyed it. Now I am going to read book 1, then 2, etc!

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rahmmie
Sep 05, 2015

It was okay but not one of Gerritsen's best. It felt like the author was desperate to include something about her recent personal experience even if she had to force it into the plot

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gloryb
Jul 28, 2015

Combines a murder in South Africa with several ones in the US, the more recent ones in Boston. Just a little too much space given for repetitious information - how tigers kill and how the suspect killed his victims. I liked the setting of the safari where killers get killed. Great ending - keeps the reader guessing about the identity of the murder. The helpless woman - or is she so helpless- identifies the killer when he comes to kill her as well.

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jazpur
Mar 26, 2015

Very well done and the moral of the story is....don't go booking a safari holiday on line, direct. Use a reputable travel agent.

JCLHilaryS Mar 25, 2015

Die Again is the 11th title in the Rizzoli and Isles series by Tess Gerritsen. This mystery features a dual story line that takes place in Africa and in Boston, Massachusetts.

The twists and turns keep you guessing, and Gerritsen has done an excellent job providing vivid details and suspense without giving too much away too soon. I found the portions of the mystery that took place in Africa more interesting and fun to read, and Die Again is one of the more enjoyable in the series overall.

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gusmcrae
Mar 09, 2015

I really enjoyed this entry in the Rizzoli & Isles series from Tess Gerritsen. The last couple books in the series were good, but delved a bit into storylines that seemed a bit too supernatural in nature to honestly fit in well to the series. I enjoyed them, but they were a bit more unbelievable. With "Die Again," Gerritsen brings Rizzoli and Isles back on track into a more concrete world.

This was a fast paced read that moved back and forth between a doomed safari trip 6 years earlier in Botswana and present-day Boston where a world famous taxidermist has been found dead, killed in the same manner as the big game he was tasked with stuffing. This novel twisted and turned and I found myself drawn in, especially into the tense scenes in the African bush.

I think my only complaint would be the editing of the book in regards to Isle's birth mom. She plays a somewhat important role in the book, but she felt kind of randomly stuck into the book. I couldn't help but wonder if she was in the book more, but edited out.

Overall, though, this was an entertaining read and I can't wait for the next one to come out.

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h18587551
Mar 05, 2015

What those 2 said. I was glued to it. Fantastic storytelling, hope the next one is as good!

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