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Where All the Dead Lie

Narrated by: Joyce Bean
Series: Taylor Jackson, Book 7
Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
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The shot to the head didn’t kill Nashville homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson.

But it will crack her psyche and take her to the very edge.In her showdown with the murderous Pretender, a bullet taken at close range severed the connection between Taylor’s thoughts and speech. Effectively mute, there’s no telling if her voice will ever come back. Trapped in silence, she is surrounded by ghosts - of the past, of friendships and trusts lost... of a lost faith in herself and her motives that night.

When Memphis Highsmythe offers Taylor his home in the Scottish Highlands to recuperate, her fiancé can’t refuse her excitement, no matter his distrust of the man. At first, Memphis’s drafty and singularly romantic castle seems the perfect place for healing. But shortly the house itself surrounds her like a menacing presence. As Taylor’s sense of isolation and vulnerability grows, so, too, does her grip on reality.

PTSD. Pills. Ghosts. Grudges.

Someone or something is coming after Taylor. But is she being haunted by the dead...or hunted by the living?

©2011 J.T. Ellison (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Best one yet!

I have read all of the Taylor Jackson series, and I always eagerly await the next installment. I was not disappointed, in fact I think this was the best one yet. It was a bit of a departure from the usual format, but it was suspenseful, different, and I couldn't put it down. Can't wait for what happens to Taylor next!

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 06-28-16

JT Ellison can tell a heck of a story!

Where All the Dead Lie is a wonderful dark suspense thriller. It is Book 7 in the Taylor Jackson series. Jackson is a Nashville detective who is having problems recovering from a shooting injury. Most of the action in this novel takes place in a castle in Scotland. There are two interesting twists in the novel the first of which seems obvious by the midpoint of the novel but the other one is unlikely to be guessed. Joyce Bean's narration is outstanding.

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J.T. Ellison is awesome

This author can write a story that blows our socks off! What is hard for most comes so easy for her. It shows in her work. This book is another example. A story that grabs your attention and doesn't let go....at all. Love her and her books. Keep them coming please! 😀

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Truly an amazingly chilling yet heartwarming novel!

With this Taylor Jackson series, J.T. Ellison has surpassed the likes of Mary Higgins Clark, Nora Roberts and Lisa Jackson, just to name a few, as my favorite crime/thriller novelist of all! Also, from all of the 50+ books I've enjoyed through Audible, Joyce Bean is a truly gifted performer/narrator...the best I've heard. If you have not enjoyed any of Ms. Ellison's books---don't miss them any longer! Start at the beginning of this series, Book One, and I guarantee you will be so glad you did. Thank you J.T. and Joyce Bean for bringing this series to life. I'm a fan for life! Anxiously I will await the next chillingly wonderful chapter!

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Wow

My far my favorite book in the Taylor Jackson series yet! I thoroughly enjoyed it

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I could have skipped this one

Disappointing. I love Taylor Jackson, but this was just bad romance for 80% of the book. The story line felt like an unnecessary detour in the overall TJ story.
I enjoy the narrator's Tennessee accents, Taylor's team and most of the men, but her British is awful to the point of distraction. I'm hoping this was an experiment and am excited to see what happens next.

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Ellison excellence! Loved it all. Superb!


Great story. great narrator. Can't wait for the next Ellison book. Keep them coming!

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Ending ruined it for me!

This story is vastly different from the other books in the series. While it was entertaining, I was very dissatisfied with the direction the author took about 75% in to the book.

I can’t really go into details without providing spoilers, so this review may not make much sense until you read the book. However, given my frustration with the story, I will state that the culprit was predictable, the story became unrealistic and essentially made Taylor and Memphis’ relationship a joke.

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Couldn't stop listening

This book had my attention from the first page to the last. I loved seeing the expansion of the characters. Taylor is one awesome lady

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Fantastic !<br />

It was great read. The narrator was also very good. I highly recommend this book.