In Their Footsteps / Thief Of Hearts eBook  Their

In Their Footsteps / Thief Of Hearts eBook  Their
  • Paperback
  • 528 pages
  • In Their Footsteps / Thief Of Hearts
  • Tess Gerritsen
  • English
  • 04 December 2019
  • 0778327043

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About the Author: Tess Gerritsen

Footsteps / PDF/EPUB ç Internationally bestselling author Tess Gerritsen took an unusual route to a writing career A graduate of In Their PDF/EPUB or Stanford University, Tess went on to medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, where she Their Footsteps / Kindle ´ was awarded her MDWhile on maternity leave from her work as a physician, she began to write fiction In , her first novel was published Call After Midnight, a romantic thriller, was followed by eightromantic suspense novels She also wrote a screenplay, Adrift , which aired as a CBS Movie of the Week starring Kate JacksonTess s first medical thriller, Harvest, was released in hardcover in , and it marked her debut on the New York Times bestseller list Her suspense novels since then have been Life Support , Bloodstream , Gravity , The Surgeon , The Apprentice , The Sinner , Body Double , Vanish , The Mephisto Club , and The Bone Garden Her books have been translated into languages, andthan million copies have been sold around the worldAs well as being a New York Times bestselling author, she has also been a bestseller in both Germany and the UK She has won both the Nero Wolfe Award for Vanish and the Rita Award for The Surgeon Critics around the world have praised her novels as Pulse pounding fun Philadelphia Inquirer , Scary and brilliant Toronto Globe and Mail , and Polished, riveting prose Chicago Tribune Publisher Weekly has dubbed her the medical suspense queenNow retired from medicine, she writes full time She lives in Maine.


10 thoughts on “In Their Footsteps / Thief Of Hearts

  1. says:

    I ve been reading Ms Gerritsen s books from her first one in 1986 to the present Her romances and romantic suspenses are always page turners Given the choice though, on a re read I d pick one of her medical thrillers which had me laying awake at night thinking about them Her s are the kind of books you pick up on a Friday night when you get home and sit there reading it till early Sunday morning on a non stop marathon because you just can t stop One thing I ve noticed about her romantic sus I ve been reading Ms Gerritsen s books from her first one in 1986 to the present Her romances and romantic suspenses are always page turners Given the choice though, on a re read I d pick one of her medical thrillers which had me laying awake at night thinking about them Her s are the kind of books you pick up on a Friday night when you get home and sit there reading it till early Sunday morning on a non stop marathon because you just can t stop One thing I ve noticed about her romantic suspenses is that she writes them with a British flavor That kind of stiff upper lip thought processes Very interesting

  2. says:

    I think the term suspend your disbelief applies to this one What a ridiculous climax and finish The characters were likeable enough, albeit not well developed, to keep me reading I won t be going back for .

  3. says:

    I ve read many Tess Gerritsen books both her older romantic suspense books and her newer mystery books and I can safely say she is one of my favourite authors However, the Tavistock books failed to entertain me in the way I had hoped Truthfully, they are my least favourite of all the Gerritsen books I have read Both had the promise of being wonderful reads Both suggest at all Gerritsen has to offer in her romantic suspense books, yet neither story really pulled me in There was the odd b I ve read many Tess Gerritsen books both her older romantic suspense books and her newer mystery books and I can safely say she is one of my favourite authors However, the Tavistock books failed to entertain me in the way I had hoped Truthfully, they are my least favourite of all the Gerritsen books I have read Both had the promise of being wonderful reads Both suggest at all Gerritsen has to offer in her romantic suspense books, yet neither story really pulled me in There was the odd bit of action, but nothing much ever really happened In fact, both books seemed to make promises without giving any real delivery If you ve yet to read a Gerritsen book, I certainly recommend starting somewhere else She really can do and has repeatedly done better than this Were it not for the fact I brought the omnibus, I would not have read both stories I will admit to the second book being better than the first, yet neither were up to the usual high Gerritsen standard.Overall, a disappointing read from one of my favourite authors You re always going to find them the books where your favourite authors didn t quite reach their usual high I m just disappointed two books with so much promised turned out to be the Gerritsen books I didn t enjoy

  4. says:

    Captivating double read Okay..okay This wasn t the spine tingling story that gave you the creeps at night but, it was a well written, mystery love story that captured your attention The second book is a continuation of the first and further develops the characters into complete the story.Both books are based on a brother and sister who become involved in a spy web and international crime They solve the crime with the help of members of MI6, INTERPOL, Scotland Yard and other experts in the cri Captivating double read Okay..okay This wasn t the spine tingling story that gave you the creeps at night but, it was a well written, mystery love story that captured your attention The second book is a continuation of the first and further develops the characters into complete the story.Both books are based on a brother and sister who become involved in a spy web and international crime They solve the crime with the help of members of MI6, INTERPOL, Scotland Yard and other experts in the crime field There are many sub characters such that I decided to keep notes This helped to avoid confusion and help me to recall each new character s role in the story However, the introduction of each new character and their history, helped to build the storyline to a very interesting end

  5. says:

    These are apparently early works of Gerritsen s there just isn t the same plotting and depth of characterization as her current thrillers They relike cotton candy for the brain, very fluffy and light on plot and characterization.

  6. says:

    Love the Rizzoli Isles series, but this was written before I thinklike romance novels my mom used to read with that action thrown in she was moving toward the action mysteries here So these two weren t my favorites, but I did read them LOL Go figure Love the Rizzoli Isles series, but this was written before I thinklike romance novels my mom used to read with that action thrown in she was moving toward the action mysteries here So these two weren t my favorites, but I did read them LOL Go figure

  7. says:

    One of the earlier books by Gerritsen. romance and lighter on suspense I read the LP version.

  8. says:

    Unrealistic love story, but good mystery action novel.

  9. says:

    Fun to read Thief of HeartsIt was a nice romantic tale It didn t start out cozy and I wasn t sure where it was going I had read the previous book about the parents death and Beryl and Richard This was a nice sequel so Jordan could find someone, too I had read In their Footsteps some time ago and am sure I probably wrote a review so won t do that here.

  10. says:

    Disappointed Having read 22 books by Tess Geristand, I eagerly paid 2.99 What a disappointment These 2 titles were written in 94 95,25 years ago There is no comparison with her recent medical related books these that I ordered.I was suckered in the name Shame on me Disappointed Having read 22 books by Tess Geristand, I eagerly paid 2.99 What a disappointment These 2 titles were written in 94 95,25 years ago There is no comparison with her recent medical related books these that I ordered.I was suckered in the name Shame on me

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