Kindle Edition Ð Todessymphonie Kindle Á

Kindle Edition  Ð Todessymphonie Kindle Á
  • Kindle Edition
  • 369 pages
  • Todessymphonie
  • J.T. Ellison
  • German
  • 12 January 2018

Todessymphonie[Epub] ➟ Todessymphonie By J.T. Ellison – Essayreview.co.uk Ein totes M dchen Drapiert wie auf einem alten Gem lde Dazu spielt klassische Musik Schnell ist klar, dies ist das Werk des Dirigenten Eines Psychopathen, der sich junge Frauen greift und sie in einem Ein totes M dchen Drapiert wie auf einem alten Gem lde Dazu spielt klassische Musik Schnell ist klar, dies ist das Werk des Dirigenten Eines Psychopathen, der sich junge Frauen greift und sie in einem gl sernen Sarg verhungern l sst, bevor er sich an ihnen vergeht Und der sein Unwesen offensichtlich nicht nur in Nashville treibt Bald werden in Italien ganz hnlich hergerichtete Opfer gefunden Handelt es sich wirklich um einen international agierenden Serienm rder Oder liegen hier zwei K nstler im Wettstreit um das ultimative Meisterst ck Gemeinsam mit FBI Profiler John Baldwin und einem Kollegen von Scotland Yard wird Taylor Jackson nicht eher ruhen, bis sie den M rder gefasst hat.


About the Author: J.T. Ellison

JT Ellison began her career as a presidential appointee in the White House, where a nuclear physicist taught her how to obsess over travel itineraries and make a seriously good pot of Earl Grey, spawning both her love of loose leaf and a desire for control of her own destiny Jaded by the political climate in DC she made her way back to her first love, creative writing More than novels later, she is an award winning New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with thrillers published in countries and languages She is also the EMMY award winning cohost of A WORD ON WORDS, a literary interview TV show She lives in Nashville with her husband and two small gray minions, known as cats in some cultures She thinks they re furry aliens Visit JTEllison forinsight into her wicked imagination, or follow her on Facebook, Twitter thrillerchick, and Instagram thrillerchick.


10 thoughts on “Todessymphonie

  1. says:

    J.T Ellison knows how to spin a tale with Taylor Jackson, a tough as nails main character who never seems to lack for passion She finds it in both her professional and personal life The Cold Room gripped me from the first page, and it didn t let me go until I had reached the end The chilling nature of the tale kept me in rapt attention, and while the plot may have seemed a bit farfetched to some, I found it to be both heavily researched and a compelling read.I found myself intrigued by the d J.T Ellison knows how to spin a tale with Taylor Jackson, a tough as nails main character who never seems to lack for passion She finds it in both her professional and personal life The Cold Room gripped me from the first page, and it didn t let me go until I had reached the end The chilling nature of the tale kept me in rapt attention, and while the plot may have seemed a bit farfetched to some, I found it to be both heavily researched and a compelling read.I found myself intrigued by the descriptions of Nashville, and I attribute this to the outstanding writing abilities of the author She turned a local tale into an international one, when Taylor and her fianc , FBI agent John Baldwin, crossed the Atlantic Ocean to Italy Florence never sounded so good.It takes a special writer to delve into some dark places of the human psyche, when many individuals might shy away from such an experience To her credit, she didn t just skirt across the surface, she jumped all the way in, and her novel is a stronger, better book because of her willingness to peek beneath the surface.Endings can prove a bit of a challenge, but Ellison pulls it off with ease She sets herself and the reader up perfectly for The Immortals While this is my first foray into Taylor s world, it certainly won t be my last.Cross posted at Robert s Reads

  2. says:

    This is the fourth book in a series, which now feels like it s hit a plateau There s nothing really exciting, no tension, and a slow pace Frankly, I felt a little bored and just wanted it over At the end, there were some loose ends involving the new lieutenant, Taylor s new partner, and a DI from New Scotland Yard.A certain protagonist, The Pretender, who escaped capture in a previous book, is making threats in this book I hate when this happens in a TV show, and I hate it in books He s not This is the fourth book in a series, which now feels like it s hit a plateau There s nothing really exciting, no tension, and a slow pace Frankly, I felt a little bored and just wanted it over At the end, there were some loose ends involving the new lieutenant, Taylor s new partner, and a DI from New Scotland Yard.A certain protagonist, The Pretender, who escaped capture in a previous book, is making threats in this book I hate when this happens in a TV show, and I hate it in books He s not that interesting Catch the guy and move on Anyway, I know he s going to show up in at least onebook I m in no hurry to get there

  3. says:

    Reading J.T Ellison s Nashville set mystery series, I always find myself wanting to love the booksthan I do when the final page is turned.It s not that they re bad, per se It s just that the stories can be so unfocused that it makes for a frustrating reading experience.Unfortunately, The Cold Room is no exception Starting off with a serial killer who poses his victims after famous works of art is an intriguing staring point Removing Taylor Jackson for her team and comfort zone as she Reading J.T Ellison s Nashville set mystery series, I always find myself wanting to love the booksthan I do when the final page is turned.It s not that they re bad, per se It s just that the stories can be so unfocused that it makes for a frustrating reading experience.Unfortunately, The Cold Room is no exception Starting off with a serial killer who poses his victims after famous works of art is an intriguing staring point Removing Taylor Jackson for her team and comfort zone as she tries to solve this mystery and deal with the new departmental restructuring has its moments.What doesn t is the second half of the story when things start to derail a bit For one thing, the novel is far too happy to shift into the pages of a torrid romance thriller at a moment s notice One moment Taylor is at the scene of a horrific crime, the next she or her boyfriend are reflecting on each other And that s even before a third party shows up to create a bit of a love triangle.Add in a new departmental chief who is primarily a road block to Taylor, the story of the serial killings and a trip to Italy and you ve got a lot of threads Unfortunately, the story jumps from point to point and while some threads are resolved, many are left dangling when the last page is turned.It all adds up to a novel that should be a lotfun than it is Instead, it s just frustrating There s a good, solid story in here It just needs a bitediting and polish

  4. says:

    Loving this series

  5. says:

    This fourth installment in the Taylor Jackson series is another quick and exciting read The pacing moves along quite steadily, though this one has an almost different sort of style than some of the previous books in the series The killer s perspective is offered early into the novel, making thisof a true thriller in the way it really adds to the excitement The overall mystery is lessened, but the plot still manages to hold onto a few surprises Though perhaps most surprising is just how This fourth installment in the Taylor Jackson series is another quick and exciting read The pacing moves along quite steadily, though this one has an almost different sort of style than some of the previous books in the series The killer s perspective is offered early into the novel, making thisof a true thriller in the way it really adds to the excitement The overall mystery is lessened, but the plot still manages to hold onto a few surprises Though perhaps most surprising is just how well Taylor handles the upheavals to her department that were presented at the end of the previous novel, Judas Kiss.Some new characters are introduced here a new detective, Renn McKenzie and a British detective from the New Scotland Yard, also a viscount , who goes by the nickname of Memphis It will be interesting to see if both of these characters will be as significant in later volumes in the series The Pretender continues to play a rather backseat role, so I am hoping that he, too, will play a larger role in the future But even with his cryptic notes and hints, it makes for an interesting dynamic between cop and killer And this book, too, ends leaving you anxious for the next volume, The Immortals I am excited to see just where this will go This is a fun series

  6. says:

    Is Taylor going to get in trouble with Memphis in the next book and blow everything she has with Baldwin

  7. says:

    WOW I just finished The Cold Room I still haven t caught my breath That was one amazingly intense story I read it in one sitting, I couldn t put it down.The Cold Room is the fourth book in the Taylor Jackson series After she was demoted in the previous book, Taylor is trying to deal with being just a rank and file detective again Her team has been broken up and all working in different parts of Nashville She has a new partner who has been a detective for all of one month And she has a ne WOW I just finished The Cold Room I still haven t caught my breath That was one amazingly intense story I read it in one sitting, I couldn t put it down.The Cold Room is the fourth book in the Taylor Jackson series After she was demoted in the previous book, Taylor is trying to deal with being just a rank and file detective again Her team has been broken up and all working in different parts of Nashville She has a new partner who has been a detective for all of one month And she has a new lieutenant who seemsinterested in making sure rules are followed than solving murders.When Taylor is called into a murder scene on her day off, she knows nothing good is going to come of it And she s right When she sees that the body has been displayed, she calls in her fiance FBI profiler John Baldwin The news he brings is distressing This case is mirroring one hes been working in London and Florence The next day another body is found And again it displayed to look like a famous work of art Baldwin s cases in Europe are young extremely thin white women Taylor s cases are two African American women.The autopsy reveals, like Baldwins cases the women were contained somehow and starved to death And someone has had sex with them after death.DNA is found and it seems Baldwins killer has jumped continents Baldwin is also working with a detective from New Scotland Yard Memphis Highsmyth Who upon first laying eyes on Taylor, deems she is the spitting image of his dead wife He decides she will be his.This book has such an amazing twist in it I was blown away It was so well written, some might find the subject matter a bit difficult but it does not take up a lot of page time It was interesting to watch the two cases come together I loved it If you like a good thriller mystery ala John Sanford or Karin Slaughter you ll love this one too

  8. says:

    Due to restructuring of the Nashville Metro Police Department, homicide detective Taylor Jackson s been demoted from her prior position of lieutenant If that isn t bad enough, she s being pursued by a serial killer called the Pretender Now another serial killer s in Nashville, one who abducts young black women, starves them to death and, after performing necrophilia, poses them per scenes from famous paintings It isn t long before Jackson s fianc , FBI profiler Dr John Baldwin, connects Jack Due to restructuring of the Nashville Metro Police Department, homicide detective Taylor Jackson s been demoted from her prior position of lieutenant If that isn t bad enough, she s being pursued by a serial killer called the Pretender Now another serial killer s in Nashville, one who abducts young black women, starves them to death and, after performing necrophilia, poses them per scenes from famous paintings It isn t long before Jackson s fianc , FBI profiler Dr John Baldwin, connects Jackson s serial killer to one he s been investigating in Europe named the Conductor Jackson and Baldwin team up with Scotland Yard detective James Memphis Highsmythe, and the chase is on as the three try to determine if they re dealing with only one killer or perhaps two As the investigation proceeds, Jackson s trying not to be distracted by the chemistry between her and Highsmythe, which is unexpected and confusing, and her superior s strange actions, which are hampering her efforts to investigate her case This fourth installment of the Taylor Jackson series is as suspenseful and intriguing as the first This psychological thriller is gritty and realistic and filled with intense action The chemistry between Jackson and Highsmythe, although not expected, is nicely delivered Jackson s a great character, a woman who s tough mentally and physically but a real softy on the inside The colorful backdrop of Nashville is a bonus to readers, as is Ellison s intelligent writing

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I found The Cold Room a bit different than Ellison s first three, and I mean that in a good way You can feel the writer maturing as her books progress She has always struck me with her outstanding vocabulary and timing, but her feel for her characters and the level of research seem to have propelled this one to a new height.The first few pages sucked me in, and SPOILER really set me up by showing a seemingly normal man who was capable of such a frightening secret existence And Taylor, as al I found The Cold Room a bit different than Ellison s first three, and I mean that in a good way You can feel the writer maturing as her books progress She has always struck me with her outstanding vocabulary and timing, but her feel for her characters and the level of research seem to have propelled this one to a new height.The first few pages sucked me in, and SPOILER really set me up by showing a seemingly normal man who was capable of such a frightening secret existence And Taylor, as always, is her tough, hard edged self, but showing a very human side when she is allowed to let her guard down This keeps her incredibly realistic I don t want to spoil anything else for the readers, but I think you will find this one different for Taylor, for Baldwin, for the settings where the story takes place JT Ellison has placed herself in lofty company.I hope you enjoy The Cold Room as much as I did And when will we see Taylor on the big screen

  10. says:

    Ellison has written better I agree with the reviewers who think this book started out really good then fizzled The premise of the story was different and disturbing and I was expecting a suspenseful mystery Instead we get a lame love triangle which seems out of place with the story although this may play out in later books not sure I m looking forward to that We also get the case being very neatly wrapped up in record time It just seemed too easy, as if the author was rushing to finish Ellison has written better I agree with the reviewers who think this book started out really good then fizzled The premise of the story was different and disturbing and I was expecting a suspenseful mystery Instead we get a lame love triangle which seems out of place with the story although this may play out in later books not sure I m looking forward to that We also get the case being very neatly wrapped up in record time It just seemed too easy, as if the author was rushing to finish it

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