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by Tess Gerritsen

  • Author: Tess Gerritsen
  • ISBN: 0778324370
  • ISBN13: 978-0778324379
  • ePub: 1944 kb | FB2: 1942 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: MIRA; Original edition (April 24, 2007)
  • Pages: 560
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 718
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These books are not up to Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli and Isles series, which are always taut and compelling, but they were fun . I was very disappointed in this book, something I have never said about a Tess Gerritsen book

These books are not up to Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli and Isles series, which are always taut and compelling, but they were fun nevertheless. Never Say Die" is the story of Willy Maitland, who is one a mission at the request of her dying mother to find out what happened to her father. To do this, she has to travel to Thailand and Vietnam. I was very disappointed in this book, something I have never said about a Tess Gerritsen book. Several images made in the book testified to it's age-film camera, IV bottle, ability to hop on airplanes using an assumed name and no ID.

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Items related to Never Say Die & Whistleblower: An Anthology. Internationally bestselling author Tess Gerritsen is a graduate of Stanford University and went on to medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, where she was awarded her . Tess Gerritsen Never Say Die & Whistleblower: An Anthology. ISBN 13: 9780778324379. Never Say Die & Whistleblower: An Anthology.

Never Say Die, Whistleblower book. Tess Gerritsen writes consistently good books. Categories Crime Thriller, Suspense, Romance Collections & Anthologies, Romantic Suspense. However, for me, the kind of good they are varies depending upon the era they come from. Never Say Die and Whistleblower both fall into her romantic thriller category, which is my least favourite category for her work. May 16, 2016 Martha rated it it was ok.

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555 pages ; 20 cm. Twenty years after her father's plane crashed in the jungles of Southeast Asia, Willy Jane Maitland travels to the other side of the world to track his final moves. Irreverent former army officer Guy Barnard knows the jungles and the workings of the mystical land so unfamiliar to Willy - and Willy knows she couldn't proceed without him. But in a place where truth has many faces, she suspects even Guy has hidden motives

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Never Say Die Twenty years after her father's plane crashed in the jungles of Southeast Asia, Willy Jane Maitland travels to the other side of the world to track his final moves. She recognizes the danger in what she's doing, but her search for the truth about that fateful flight is the only thing that matters. Irreverent former army officer Guy Barnard knows the jungles and the workings of the mystical land so unfamiliar to Willy—and Willy knows she couldn't proceed without him. But in a place where truth has many faces, she suspects even Guy has hidden motives. What she couldn't have prepared for are the shocking secrets and undeniable attraction she must face. Whistleblower He emerges from the mist, right in front of Cathy Weaver's car—running from killers who are closing in. Victor Holland's story sounds like the ravings of a man on the brink of madness, but his claim to be a fugitive is confirmed by the haunted look in his eyes—and the bullet hole in his shoulder. As each hour brings his pursuers closer, Cathy has to wonder: Is she giving her trust to a man in danger…or trusting her life to a dangerous man?
Dogrel
As I read the reviews, it becomes apparent that these are early works by Gerritsen. Having not read any other works by her, I cannot compare to her later writings. But I think we should be warned of that... I could hardly stay with them, the writing is stilted, and the movement of daughter to father and Cathy to Victor is so unimaginative it is embarrassing. While I finished both books (I hate to not read something I've purchased), based on these works I wouldn't ever purchase her work again. Based on the reviews of later work, I may check a book out of our library to see if the reviews are correct.
Castiel
These books are not up to Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli and Isles series, which are always taut and compelling, but they were fun nevertheless.

"Never Say Die" is the story of Willy Maitland, who is one a mission at the request of her dying mother to find out what happened to her father. To do this, she has to travel to Thailand and Vietnam. Along the way, she meets handsome stranger Guy Barnard, whose secret agenda may just be the key to her search. Setting is everything in this story. The way Gerritsen describes the heat and humidity and stickiness of the Asian nations, I felt like I needed to take a shower after reading it! The protagonists are likable and the action propels it forward to make for a fun and quick read.

"Whistleblower" is the story of Victor Holland, a scientist with incriminating evidence in a biochemical experiment with terroristic implications. He is running through the woods with a bullet wound when he manages to flag down Cathy Weaver, a makeup artist on the way to see her friend on a cold and rainy night. She rescues him and they end up entangled in a battle for their lives, and they don't know for sure who is friend and who is foe.

Both stories are good and easy to read. As I said earlier, they are not up to par with her outstanding Rizzoli and Isles series, but they are still good reads. They satisfy both the male and female need to rescue and be rescued by a handsome/beautiful stranger. Think of it as a brainy love story.
Ubrise
For those who have forgotten that Tess Gerritsen started as a Romance writer, this book will be a reminder. The plot is nothing new: a scientist discovers that his company is working to develop a very deadly and illegal biological weapon with the approval of a least some highly placed officials, they discover that he knows and the chase is on. The Dr. and his strange little band of geek friends are being pursued by deadly bad guys. Of course, a romance has to spring up in the middle of this dashing around. I find the plot tepid and predictable and the characters largely one-dimensional. If you are looking of some fiction like Rizzoli and Iles (as I was), you'll be disappointed..
Undeyn
I was very disappointed in this book, something I have never said about a Tess Gerritsen book.
Amazon suggested it was a new book (May, 2014) but it was written and first published in 1992. Several images made in the book testified to it's age--film camera, IV bottle, ability to hop on airplanes using an assumed name and no ID. It is basically a romance novel and not up to Tess Gerritsen recent writings. I can't recommend this book any plane. Sorry Tess and Amazon, you blew it with this one.
Natety
This is not the Tess Gerritsen I know and love and whose books I read on her reputation only. This is a thinly disguised, totally implausible, totally predictable romance. Think Barbara Cartland or Taylor Caldwell. A frustrating, disappointing waste of reading time for a serious mystery lover, who Gerritsen usually is.
Malhala
I always enjoy reading Tess books. This was an easy read. While I enjoyed the story line I did have some reservations about the couple! Without giving anything away, let's just say, some mouth wash, soap and water could have been somewhere in the writing. At least the mentioning of a bathroom break. Just my thoughts!
Hellstaff
Tess Gerritsen always seems to me to be apologizing for her romance novels. The truth is that she's a smart writer who has nothing to apologize for. I don't like romance novels, but being caught up now with her thrillers and Rizzoli and Isles books I decided to give these two short stories a shot. I was not disappointed. The romance is not what the story is about, it's just part of it, as their lives cross. Her character building and story line are both spot on. Without giving anything away, I enjoyed them very much.
This is a good book to read. It will keep your a tension page after page. I would recommended this book to anyone.
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