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No Rest for the Dead eBook: Sandra Brown, David Baldacci, R.L. Stine, Lisa Scottoline, Jeffery Deaver: nvrehs.info: Kindle Store. No Rest for the Dead ebook by Sandra Brown,R.L. Stine,Jeffery Deaver,Andrew Gulli #KoboOpenUp #eBooks #ReadMore #DarkSideReads #Mystery #Thriller. In this rare collaborative effort, more than 20 of today's top authors—including R.L. Stine, Lisa Scottoline, and Jeffery Deaver—team up to create a thrilling crime .

When Christopher Thomas, a curator at San Francisco's Museum of Fine Arts, is murdered and his decaying body is found in an iron maiden in Berlin, his wife Rosemary Thomas is the prime suspect. Long suffering under Christopher's unfaithful ways, Rosemary is tried, convicted and executed. Ten years later, Jon Nunn, the detective who cracked the case, becomes convinced that the wrong person was put to death. Along with financier Tony Olsen, he plans to gather everyone who was there the night Christopher died and finally uncover the truth about what happened that fateful evening. Could it have been the ne'er do well brother Peter Hausen, interested in his sister's trust fund having got through his own; the curatorial assistant Justine Olengard, used and betrayed by Christopher; the artist Belle who turned down his advances only to see her career suffer a setback; or someone else all together?

Characters who had no character development, likability, and were flat. Each author seemed to say, "Oh, we're not supposed to like this person? I can do better than what came before me" and took each chapter as a challenge instead of trying for cohesion. As for the plot, I think I saw a plot bunny or two through the book, and there was a bit of a story in the end, but for the most part, it was a lot of "nothing's happening.

Even if you're suckered into the amount of Names who are involved with it.

Twenty six authors? One book? When I read the synopsis of No Rest for the Dead and then looked at the list of contributing authors I knew that I just had to read this book. Could this work?

WOULD this work? Yes it works just fine, thank you! Each author writes one chapter, or story, labeled with their name so you do know who wrote what. But the "who wrote what" dynam Twenty six authors writing in collaboration to tell the story of an innocent woman wrongly executed for her husband's murder. Cross Kill. Witness to a Trial. All Dressed in White. Mary Higgins Clark. The Deliveryman. Lisa Jackson. Now That She's Gone. Gregg Olsen. Night School. Cop Town.

Karin Slaughter. Exit Strategy: Colleen Cross. The Ambitious City. Personal with bonus short story Not a Drill. Dance of the Bones.

A Jance. Divine Justice. One Good Deed. July Dead at First Sight. Peter James. The Never Game. August Long Road to Mercy. The Fallen. Memory Man. The Last Mile. The Innocent. The Fix. Split Second. End Game. The Hit. The Finisher Vega Jane, Book 1: Extra Content E-book Edition. The Sleeping Doll.

The Camel Club. Simple Genius. Zero Day. The Strange Case of the Moderate Extremists. The Escape. Love You Dead. Seeing Red. No Man's Land. The Guilty. A Secret Splendor. Stone Cold. The Department of Sensitive Crimes. Tough Customer. The Collectors. A Minute to Midnight. November Dead Man's Grip. Presumed Guilty. Tess Gerritsen. September Roy Grace Ebook Bundle: Books Deliver Us from Evil.

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A Maiden's Grave. No Time Left.

A murderess was executed ten years ago. Rosemary Thomas brutally killed her husband, Christopher Thomas, stuffing his body inside an iron maiden and shipping it to the German Historical Museum of Berlin. Everyone knows she did it, though a few doubts linger, which led to the detective in charge losing his bearings and his wife. Then a stunner comes along. A memorial service is planned for Rosemary on the tenth anniversary of her execution.

All the usual suspects, and several folks with passable motives to have done the deed, are invited. The scene is set. The creators have, collectively, another denouement in mind. A vigilant reader can certainly tell when a writer is operating at a high level. But it really takes another writer to delve into the nuances of a story, break it down like game film, and truly see the effort that has gone into the product.

We can well appreciate what it takes because we aspire to do it with every book. Give them their due. Let them in on the fun. And everyone will have a good time enjoying the simple and complex experience of tearing through a great mystery.

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