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The Resource Now you see her, James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, (sound recording)

Now you see her, James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, (sound recording)

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Now you see her
Title
Now you see her
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James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
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Language
eng
Summary
Eighteen years ago, a terrible event forced Nina to leave her life in Florida behind and assume a new identity. Now a successful attorney in New York, Nina takes on a case that has unmistakable ties to her old life. To destroy old demons, she must return to Florida and confront her past
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  • Elaina Davis captures the suspense of this Patterson thriller with fully believable tones of fear. Twenty years ago Nina Bloom discovered that her husband, a cop's cop, had a dark secret. She faked her own death, making herself look like a victim of the Jump Killer--who was on the loose at the time--fled to Chicago with her unborn child, changed her identity, and became a successful attorney. Now an innocent man is scheduled for execution for crimes she knows he couldn't have committed. And her former husband discovers she's alive. The pace is relentless--although bizarre coincidences strain believability. However Davis's narration more than makes up for anything the plot lacks. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine
  • In Patterson and Ledwidge’s bestselling thriller, lawyer Nina Bloom seems to have the perfect life in New York. And she’s willing to lie to anyone and everyone to keep it that way and protect herself and her daughter from her dark past. But when an innocent man is accused of murder, Bloom is forced to confront the life she thought she’d left behind. Elaina Erika Davis’s narration is crisp and well paced; her tempo accelerates during the book’s many suspenseful moments, adding impact to this literary thrill ride. Additionally, Davis provides complex vocal interpretations of the main and supporting characters. Her rendition of Nina adds maturity, sophistication, and emotional depth to the character. And Davis’s choice of a chipper—almost jolly—Boston accent for the book’s villain makes him all the more monstrous. A Little, Brown hardcover. (June) --Staff (Reviewed August 29, 2011) (Publishers Weekly, vol 258, issue 35, p)
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
10092107
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1947-
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Patterson, James
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Literary text for sound recordings
fiction
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not applicable
PerformerNote
Read by Elaina Erika Davis
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ledwidge, Michael
  • Davis, Elaina Erika
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True
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  • Women lawyers
  • Key West (Fla.)
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not applicable
Label
Now you see her, James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, (sound recording)
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Publication
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  • Compact disc
  • Duration: 7:30:00
Control code
000047250765
Dimensions
12 cm.
Edition
Unabridged.
Extent
6 sound discs (ca. 7.5 hr.)
Isbn
9781607886853
Isbn Type
(CMD)
Other physical details
digital
Label
Now you see her, James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Compact disc
  • Duration: 7:30:00
Control code
000047250765
Dimensions
12 cm.
Edition
Unabridged.
Extent
6 sound discs (ca. 7.5 hr.)
Isbn
9781607886853
Isbn Type
(CMD)
Other physical details
digital

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