Left to Die : Montana - To Die

  • by Lisa Jackson
  • Narrated by Alan Nebelthau
  • Series: Montana - To Die
  • 14 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lisa Jackson's novels of romance and suspense race up the best-seller charts. In Left to Die, the Pinewood County Sheriff 's Department is on the trail of a cold-blooded killer who acts as a savior to women stranded during terrible mountain snowstorms before stripping them of their dignity and leaving them to die, a victim of the elements. But the killer's latest victim managed to escape, leading some to believe there may now be an imposter on the loose.

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Fast Paced

This was my first Lisa Jackson book and I really enjoyed it. It was fast moving, had a good plot and I connected with the characters. What I found most frightening is that a nut job, serial killer is walking among the public and no one is the wiser. There are actually two different stories going on surrounding the brutal killings and parts of the story are told from inside the mind of the killer. A little romance mixed with suspense is always fun and in this case dangerous. At the end of the book our killer is still on the loose and none of the detectives nor the FBI can figured out the strange clues he is leaving behind.

I will definitely be reading on in this series and am very interested in how many of the characters are brought back in the next book. Alan Nebelthau does an excellent job narrating. No weird voices or dialects except for maybe the killer who he makes very creepy.
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- Susan

I listened for more than 14 hours for this?!!

What would have made Left to Die better?

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What could Lisa Jackson have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Lisa Jackson could have finished writing the novel, not copped out with a flimsy conclusion to one story arc, and then not setting up a conclusion to the main story arc, only to leave us hanging with no resolution to Pascoli's family crisis or to her ultimate fate or that of the serial killer. I feel ripped off! If this is typical of Jackson's work, then I won't go near any of her other novels.


What three words best describe Alan Nebelthau’s performance?

Good.


Any additional comments?

I'm going to ask for a refund!

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- Wannasay

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-12-2008
  • Publisher: Recorded Books