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First, Patrick receives a DVD in the post. It shows footage of him and his wife Ariana walking, dressing, going to work - all filmed by cameras hidden in their house. Someone is clearly out to get him. And then the email arrives: GO ALONE. TELL NO ONE. DO WHAT WE SAY. OR SHE DIES.

Patrick’s life is turned upside down. Suddenly this has become a matter of life and death.

©2009 Gregg Hurwitz (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • Stewart
  • 16-04-2011

Page turning thriller

Thrillers are by their nature, escapist, unrealistic and hopefully exciting and maybe a little surprising, containing a dash of the unexpected. Or She Dies ticked all the boxes for me. There are bits of the plot which leave you thinking hmmm, now that really is stretching my credulity wafer-thin, but hey - it's a thriller right? It barrels along at a stonking pace and I finished it in a few days and will happily read/listen to more from the same author.

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  • Naomi
  • 16-05-2011

Awful

This is the first time I have listened to this author and I doubt if I will again. I found this book really tedious and left me not caring if I listened to it to the end. The story line seemed to ramble on adding on arms and legs to the story which I found to be quiet unbelievable. I found the narrators women voices very irritating :(

4 of 6 people found this review helpful