Die Again Tomorrow Book Review
|Title:||Die Again Tomorrow|
|No. of Pages:||350|
|Cover Price:||$9.99 Paperback, $7.53 Kindle|
In her third major novel, Die Again Tomorrow, Kira Peikoff tells the story of Isabel Leon, a reality show star, who is murdered and brought back to life with a formula that is presently being tested by a medical team operating outside the law. Robbie Merriman is a broker who purchases life insurance policies, for pennies on the dollar, from people who need quick cash, but who are also expected to die shortly. Unfortunately, Merriman has a way of bringing about the deaths even earlier than is natural. Isabel has sold her policy to raise cash to use on a new procedure to save her mother who is dying of breast cancer; she also has the gene that gives her an 87% chance of developing the same disease, and uses part of the money to have a double mastectomy to prevent it. Merriman is furious, feels he has been cheated since Isabel isn't going to die anytime soon, and orders his accomplices to murder her immediately.
Some of the characters from Peikoff's excellent previous novel, No Time to Die are back, and the novel is laced with palpable suspense. Readers will be outraged as they learn who is behind the murders, and surprised as the twists and turns reveal new information. Peikoff does an excellent job making her characters seem real, and has enough medical and scientific knowledge (a degree in bioethics and the late bestselling author of medical thrillers, Michael Palmer as her mentor) to make the storyline seem plausible.
The novel is well-written, fast moving, and absolutely fascinating. There is no graphic sex, violence, or profanity, so it is a good choice for thriller aficionados of almost any age. Die Again Tomorrow is highly recommended.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying an uncorrected advance review copy.
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