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Kill Her Again (A Fourth Dimension Thriller Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- Book 3 of 3 in A Fourth Dimension Thriller
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- File size : 739 KB
- Publisher : Braun Haus Media (June 6, 2012)
- Print length : 404 pages
- Publication date : June 6, 2012
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B0089MN28S
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #669,063 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I like the leads - relatable, likable, smart, human. Their romance grows well, though it loses some heart as the mystery elements speed up. There is a bit of a rush to tie everything together in the end...but everything does get tied together satisfactorily. This is a book that kept my attention throughout, and I found myself caring about several people in it. <-- many mystery/suspense books fail on character development; this author succeeds and so creates an enjoyable read.
Browne's storytelling abilities are incredibly unique in terms of the characters, plotline, pacing, his descriptive power and especially his dialogue. But when he wrote KILL HER AGAIN and DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN (which I read consecutively), Browne excellently creates two powerful women who are placed in extraordinary circumstances. With Anna McBride(KILL HER AGAIN), we see a tough, no-nonsense FBI agent who fears for her own sanity because of nightmarish visions she experiences. Browne ups the ante with DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN's Beth Crawford, an LA prosecutor who suffers memory loss (caused by brain trauma), resulting in her trying to solve a mystery that involves her missing sister and a mass murder at a Mexican desert.
What is brilliant about these two novels is Browne interweaves a realistic strength within these two characters without them losing their empathy, compassion and their femininity. Too often have I read (and especially seen on TV) thrillers and crime dramas where the heroines try to behave like men---as though they received a shot of testosterone---in the effort to show strength and courage. Browne doesn't do this: he creates three dimensional women who are both strong AND vulnerable. And by maintaining this balance, readers are drawn into the stories even more.
Needless to say, Browne doesn't ignore the heroine's male counterparts/love interests. Both men compliment the heroines beautifully and the chemistry that is shown in both books are truly superb, showing once again that Robert Browne is an artist of the written word.
There is nothing 2 dimensional about any of his characters or plots in this story. FBI Agent Anna McBride was worried she was loosing her mind after a bust-gone-wrong that landed her partner crippled and her with a concussion and a badly scarred face. Almost losing her job, her father used his connections to get her back in, and she was partnered with another Agent who was loath to have her in the Bureau let alone as his "back up". And who could blame him?, she thought, when she was seeing visions of a murdered little girl that probably didn't even exist.
Until she found her. Over and over again.
I shudder and shake my head knowing that my words can never touch the soul the way Robert Gregory Browne has done with this story. I am charging my kindle now so I can read this next story non stop as I did this one because I know I won't be able to put it down once I start. Really, I could Not put the story down for even a moment.
If you are looking for something Paranormal you can start and stop with this man!
Mr Browne, Please don't ever stop telling stories!
Top reviews from other countries
This book has a potentially interesting premise, but once it's established we take a random left turn into weird when psychic links between people are formed (cops and children, dead spirits and other children) are formed to push the story along. I know. Dumb right? Once it's taken this left turn into Crazytown, you're stuck there. I've read book where this happens (The Outsider by Stephen King does it well for example), and it can work well. It's just this book isn't one of them, and I'm inclined to say it's probably not worth reading.