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Best-selling author Iris Johansen captivates readers with her spectacular plots, chilling suspense, and lifelike characters. With And Then You Die, she spins a nerve-shattering story of global terror so realistic it could be taken straight from today’s headlines.

In her assignments, seasoned photojournalist Bess Grady has witnessed firsthand the horrors and heartbreak of war-torn Croatia. But nothing she has seen prepares her for a travel magazine commitment in Tenajo, Mexico. When she drives into what should be a balmy, rural paradise, a chilling scene of chaos and destruction greets her instead.

Her ability to consistently create first-rate entertainment has earned Iris Johansen mutliple awards. Richard Poe’s superb timing will keep your pulse racing from the first well-executed page to the thrilling ending.

©1998 I.J. Enterprises (P)1998 Recorded Books, LLC

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This story is not what I expected from this author. It does not hold you in the beginning, middle or in the end. Better than most authors, but don't expect much suspense.