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Third Degree epub ebook

by David Colacci,Greg Iles

Third Degree epub ebook

Author: David Colacci,Greg Iles
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (September 23, 2008)
ISBN: 1423318102
ISBN13: 978-1423318101
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 129
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Third Degree" by Greg Iles is a barnburner and a must read for fans of the mystery/thriller genre. As always in his stories the characters are richly developed, the pacing breathtaking, the storyline extraordinary.

Third Degree" by Greg Iles is a barnburner and a must read for fans of the mystery/thriller genre. This particular story starts slowly with the first three chapters a real drag in my opinion but after that it's Katie Bar the Door action, and plot twists that will blow your mind.

With Third Degree, Greg Iles has demonstrated that he is the master of the fast-paced thriller with characters you’d like to go out and shoot. In the book, the events all take place over the course of one day, condensing and compacting the plot until it’s a pressure cooker ready to explode. Laurel Shields, thirty-five and mother of two, awakens to find that her husband, Warren, a prominent local physician, is not in bed with her. Creeping out to the kitchen of their palatial home, she sees him through the doorway of his study, wildly pulling books from the shelves.

Home Greg Iles Third Degree. Iles brilliantly creates opportunities for his characters to demonstrate principle and courage, both on a large and small scale, making this much more than just an exciting read.

Sometimes the gravest dangers - and the darkest souls - live right.

Author Greg Iles to discuss 'Natchez Burning' and other works at book festival". Greg Iles Takes on God.

The Devil's Punchbowl (2009). ISBN 978-0-7432-9251-1. Author Greg Iles to discuss 'Natchez Burning' and other works at book festival". Savannah Morning News. Retrieved February 1, 2016. Daley, Kelli (August 2003). and If the Almighty Wasn't Enough to Worry about, Now He's Got to Watch out for Dave Barry, Too". Questia Online Library. "Interview with Greg Iles".

Written by Greg Iles. Narrated by David Colacci. Two weeks earlier, Warren and his partner were informed by the IRS that their medical practice was being audited; since then the stress on Dr. Shields has steadily ratcheted up.

Listen awhile to David Colacci's thoughtful reading, and you'll hear a solid story about courage and faith that is punctuated by an ever-increasing measure of excitement and suspense. Colacci is adept at differentiating the multiple characters and delivers a solid performance. As the plot moves from standoff to confrontation and revelation, Colacci adroitly builds a seething atmosphere. Trade Ed., Brilliance Audio, 2007.

Written by Greg Iles, Audiobook narrated by David Colacci. But behind its walls, America's top scientists work around the clock to attain the holy grail of the 21st century - a supercomputer that surpasses the power of the human mind. This book should be in the romance category. By roland on 09-25-12. Narrated by: Joyce Bean. Length: 18 hrs and 49 mins.

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Laurel Shields, thirty-five and mother of two, awakens to find that her husband, Warren, a prominent local physician, is not in bed with her. Creeping out to the kitchen of their palatial home, she sees him through the doorway of his study, wildly pulling books from the shelves. Two weeks earlier, Warren and his partner were informed by the IRS that their medical practice was being audited; since then the stress on Dr. Shields has steadily ratcheted up.

But Laurel has problems of her own. Quickly returning to the bedroom, she locks herself in the master bath, opens a home pregnancy testing kit, and fearfully tests herself. PREGNANT, announces the digital readout. Laurel closes her eyes as though absorbing news of a death, then quickly hides the evidence. She is not sure who the father is. Summoning all her strength, she walks into the kitchen to carry out the acting performance of her life.

Later that morning, Laurel returns home and is surprised to find her husband’s car still parked in the driveway. The house has a strange stillness to it. In the den, she finds Warren sitting on the sofa in the same clothes he wore the previous day. His face is pale and unshaven, his eyes hollow with fear. Then, in come the children, innocent of it all....

So begins the most terrifying day in the history of a marriage, one that in less than five hours will make the Shields house the vortex of a nerve-wracking siege. While a nervous ring of armed men awaits its chance to storm the suburban home, inside the house the clock ticks down on exposure of Laurel’s terrible secret. But she is not alone in her lies. Before the siege is through, this terrifying drama will pull in desperate characters from the town and drive Dr. Shields, his wife, and her lover to the very brink of sanity and survival.

Reviews (7)
Uyehuguita
Quality of the plot and clarity and style of the writing again highlights Greg Iles as an outstanding writer. The appreciation of human emotion and reaction to human frailty of infidelity and traumatic disease are superbly dealt with and woven into the story. Quality comes from running the plot into a full conclusion, no loose ends and a satisfying end. Great writing from one of the proven best.

JOIN
As I read this book, there were pieces that seemed familiar. I may have read it before. Or maybe it was reminiscent of other books I've read. Regardless, it was good, but not great. Almost the entirety of the story takes place inside of a house, but so much happens that you almost forget that. Some of the instances were a bit much to accept (timing and coincidence, again and again), but it was very gripping, particularly in the moments up to the climax. A happy ending was a given, at least for some of the characters. As such, the epilogue was a little sappy and unnecessary.

Dandr
I've listened to a number of Greg Iles audiobooks while driving here and there and generally, they have been very entertaining. Something happened with this one. The last third is so boring and unbelievable; I only hung on until the end because I thought surely there would be a good twist in the story. There's not. Take my word for it and move on to another Iles book.

Not-the-Same
"Third Degree" by Greg Iles is a barnburner and a must read for fans of the mystery/thriller genre. As always in his stories the characters are richly developed, the pacing breathtaking, the storyline extraordinary. This particular story starts slowly with the first three chapters a real drag in my opinion but after that it's Katie Bar the Door action, and plot twists that will blow your mind. Were it not for the slow start I would have given this story 5 stars instead of 4. If infidelity, murder, vengeance and mayhem appeal to you then you will love this story as well...4 stars!!!!

Iesha
This was an okay book, but not even close to Greg Iles other books that I have read, and I have read almost all of his novels. I could not read the one about the Nazi concentration camps, I think it was called "Black Cross" but not because it wasn't a good book, it definitely was, but that period in German history is too sad, I cannot take the details of the inhuman treatment that the Jews were subjected to, it is too painful.
But it was a good & well written book (I read a little of it but could not finish it) unlike this latest book he has written. It is not a bad story, there is a lot of suspense and some mystery to it, it is just more shallow than any other book of his that I have read. And the ending seems incomplete, it definitely needed to go a little farther with the storyline, I thought. It sort of left me hanging, like an Alfred Hitchcock movie! But you be the judge, it may satisfy most people who read it, but did not sit well with me. I hope he goes back to his old style in his next novel, as I am one of his biggest fans and always look forward to his next book!

Alphia D. Larkins
Acworth, Georgia

Tehn
i can't believe greg iles wrote this terrible book. i could have saved a lot of money & bought a cheap romance novel. it's so bad i can't finish it. Shame, shame, shame!

Survivors
I expected to like this book, I really did. The primary woman character is an embarrassment to women the world over, every decision she makes is wrong and I mean that. She uses the term (referring to women in books who go down into the basement of the haunted house and expecting good things to happen) as being TSTL. Meaning Too Stupid To Live. She is herself TSTL. If any mother could not protect her children better than this, I fear for the youth of our world. Wasted my time and money on this one. I won't give up on Greg Iles though, I've read some really good books written by him. Just not this one.

I enjoyed the book, didn't like Laurel and Danny. I feel they killed Dr. Shields with all of the lies that Laurel told Warren, she should've died. I liked Dr. Warren he was the only honest person in the book other than the children. I love all of Greg Iles books except this one. I love and read all of Penn Cages books just waiting for the next one.

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