Deserves to Die : Montana - To Die

  • by Lisa Jackson
  • Narrated by Natalie Ross
  • Series: Montana - To Die
  • 11 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

As he watches, her body drifts below the water's surface, forever altered. Before he disposes of each victim, he takes a trophy. It's a sign of his power, and a warning - to the one destined to suffer most of all.…
In Grizzly Falls, Montana, Detectives Selena Alvarez and Regan Pescoli are struggling with a new commander and a department in the midst of upheaval. It's the worst possible time for a homicide. A body has been found, missing a finger. Alvarez hopes this means a murderer with a personal grudge, not a madman. But then a second body turns up…
As the clues begin pointing toward a suspect, Pescoli's unease grows. Even with Alvarez barely holding it together and her own personal life in chaos, she senses there's more to this case than others believe. A killer has made his way to Grizzly Falls, ready to fulfill a vengeance years in the making. And Pescoli must find the target of his wrath - or die trying…


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not as good as other Lisa Jackson titles

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I have to agree with a few other reviewers. The story was slow to start, the middle was okay, but not great, and the ending was too quick. Like a movie that ends leaving you feeling 'wait, it is over?' All that build up for a less than satisfying climax to the story.
The narrator was not great either. Her male voices were annoying, and her attempts at accents not very believable.
I was glad when it was over, and glad it had been on sale. Do not recommend unless you find a copy for free - pick up an earlier Jackson title instead. Or Patterson or Sanford or Hoag

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- Cynda

Is there a zero star rating?

Not sure which I liked less, the writing or the reading. An eighth grader could have written this story. And towards the end, I started to wonder if someone had challenged the author to include 'damn' at least once in every other paragraph. Ridiculous, any cursing should feel natural, this was just weird. The cast of characters was incredibly diverse considering the setting was a small Montana town. As a Montanan, I can say that alone was quite a stretch, as was the mostly female sheriff's department.

As far as the narration--oh my, so very breathless. It made the protagonist seem like a 15 year old nitwit. And someone needs to let the reader know that Montanans--westerners--do not have some kind of modified southern accent.

The book was cheap, but sadly still overpriced.
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- vlSchlegel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-29-2014
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio