From the best-selling, thriller award-nominated author of Trial Junkies
Her mind holds the secret...
Ever since a close call with death, FBI agent Anna McBride has been having strange visions of a kidnapped little girl... a little girl who is about to be murdered. Is Anna going crazy?
When she's assigned to a multiple homicide case, Anna's visions recur with even fiercer frequency, and she can't shake the feeling that what she's seeing is somehow connected to this latest grisly crime....
To finding her own killer.
When Anna meets Daniel Pope, a hypnotist who's no stranger to the paranormal, he suggests the impossible: that the girl in her visions is Anna in a past life. But Anna refuses to believe Pope, until she finds herself face to face with the killer from her nightmares - a diabolical psychopath who won't rest until he kills her again....
©2009, 2012 Robert Gregory Browne (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
This was so good, I would definitely listen to this again.
Daniel Pope and Anna McBride.
Scott Brick's voice was absolutely perfect for this. Very dramatic, he couldn't have done any better.
I am relatively new to listening to Robert Gregory Browne and so glad I found him. This book was better then the last one I listened to but I am a new fan of his and will look for more. This book was just great. So suspenseful with the right amount of supernatural to be believable. But the end - Wow, what an end, I never saw that coming. I know I'm not telling anyone what the end is but if you like this kind of story it is worth a credit.
Married "mom" of 3 crazy dogs and 1 cat! I developed a love for reading just after college & only recently for audio. Loving it so far!
I bought this in audio-book format not realizing it was a "supernatural thriller". I would normally never chose this genre... but it was a very pleasant surprise. Considering the way characters intertwine, this could have been a difficult listen, but it was not! It all comes together in such a perfect way! The end is spine-chilling!! I really enjoyed this book!!
Attorney - love to listen to audio books
Very intense story - and scary too (but not painfully so). The tale is gripping and keeps the listener guessing what is going to happen next. I am not quite sure whether I liked the ending or hated it, but it was interesting. Scott Brick is a very good reader, but I recommend you listen to this at 1.25 speed.
OMG!!!! This book totally went beyond my expectations!!!! I love the characters...the story line made me beg for!!!!i will definitely check out other books...I literally couldn't put it down😌😌😃😃💯
This book was in 4.95 thriller offer. It is a supernatural book not a thriller. False advertising. If you are into that it's ok but I think it's a crock of bs so I didn't appreciate finding this out about halfway through the book
Written by Robert Gregory Browne, just under 10 hours of listening in the unabridged version. Kill Her Again is book three in a series: A Fourth Dimension Thriller and released in February of 2014 by Audible Studios in audiobook format. The original paperback was published in 2009. Until writing this review I was not aware of the series - so as you can imagine, the book stands alone.
This story begins with a beautiful, vulnerable, fragile FBI agent called upon to assist in the investigation of a grizzly murder, more than one victim, missing children. Combine this with the agent being subjected to the bizarre visions of an abducted little girl. Enter a handsome hypnotherapist whose wife murdered his little boy. Throw in reincarnation. Sounds like a winner, right? Sadly, the book doesn’t measure up to the potential of this intriguing plot.
Why I liked. Everyone is intrigued with reincarnation, no matter if one believes or not. The concept is rich fodder for fiction and many wonder: ‘What if...?’. Rather than a typical ‘who-done-it’, Kill Her Again is about preventing the cycle of murder transcending multiple lives over decades. A really cool concept for a book.
Why I didn’t like. Execution, initially. The author introduces a sage-sooth-saying fortune teller, candles, tarot cards and all, as a solution to explaining plot, characters, and tying up loose ends. A cop-out to fleshing out the story with more creative writing. Another reason I wasn’t too wild about this story: The 'grandfather paradox’ … Google it … of changing the past isn’t addressed and, the ramifications are food for thought the author ignores. This is a plot hole, in my opinion, because in the scenario presented it would be a factor. You may find it peachy. An interesting ending, but predictable.
Via an Audible special, acquired this book as one of many narrated by Scott Brick. He does okay - no trouble discerning who-says-what-to-who. A clean read, no explicit sex, no language issues. A listenable book … but I’m not motivated to continue the series.
Interesting concept. Story moved well, but I have a hard time believing an FBI agent could lose her gun so easily and not be dead. Not the worst book I've ever read, but not the best either....
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