Und morgen dein Tod

Und morgen dein Tod Reeve war zw lf als sie entf hrt wurde Jahrelang wurde sie von dem Psychopathen Flint gefangen gehalten und misshandelt bis man ihn fasste Nun mit Anfang zwanzig hat sie sich endlich ein ruhiges

  • Title: Und morgen dein Tod
  • Author: Carla Norton
  • ISBN: 3426513781
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reeve war zw lf, als sie entf hrt wurde Jahrelang wurde sie von dem Psychopathen Flint gefangen gehalten und misshandelt, bis man ihn fasste Nun, mit Anfang zwanzig, hat sie sich endlich ein ruhiges, sicheres Leben als Studentin aufgebaut Doch dann bricht Flint aus der Psychiatrie aus Reeve ist die Einzige, die wei , wie er tickt Sie wendet sich ans FBI bereit, nochReeve war zw lf, als sie entf hrt wurde Jahrelang wurde sie von dem Psychopathen Flint gefangen gehalten und misshandelt, bis man ihn fasste Nun, mit Anfang zwanzig, hat sie sich endlich ein ruhiges, sicheres Leben als Studentin aufgebaut Doch dann bricht Flint aus der Psychiatrie aus Reeve ist die Einzige, die wei , wie er tickt Sie wendet sich ans FBI bereit, noch einmal durch die H lle zu gehen,um Flint endg ltig zur Strecke zu bringen

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    1. Carla Norton

      Is my fiction inspired by true events Absolutely THE EDGE OF NORMAL Thriller Award Finalist Royal Palm Literary Award Winner WHAT DOESN T KILL HER 2016 PNWA Nancy Pearl Book Award Winner, Genre Fiction 2016 FAPA President s Book Award Winner, Suspense Thriller genre.When a shocking California crime first hit headlines, Carla wedged herself between reporters and sketch artists to cover the trial She later wrote PERFECT VICTIM with the prosecutor The book was put on the FBI s Behavioral Sciences Unit reading list and became a 1 New York Times bestseller Carla s fiction is fueled by that true story Reeve, her heroine, is a survivor of kidnapping and captivity Scarred, flawed, and psychologically unbalanced, Edgy Reggie has a hot sense of justice And when called upon, she s absolutely fearless.Jeffery Deaver says THE EDGE OF NORMAL is the perfect blend of literary style, psychological insight edge of the seat thriller Taylor Stevens says WHAT DOESN T KILL HER is a smart, tightly written, psychological thrill ride The book is titled HUNTED overseas Carla also wrote DISTURBED GROUND, a true account of the strange life and shocking crimes of Dorothea Puente, the landlady who murdered her tenants and buried them in the yard of her Sacramento boardinghouse Carla loves teaching writing workshops and speaking at conferences She also writes hotheaded essays and really bad poetry.All of her books have been translated and released overseas.Contact Carla here on if you d like to ask a question You can also reach her via Twitter CarlaJNorton or via Facebook Carla Norton novelist and true crime writer Check her website for details Thank you


    1. This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.I just love a well written mystery that keeps me guessing. This book grabbed my attention from the very first page and I found myself reading "just one more chapter" until I had had finished the book. I didn't even realize that this was the second book in the series until I was almost done with the book. To be honest, I don't think that I would have ever known if it wasn't on because there was never a moment in the book where I felt like I w [...]

    2. When reviewers say "I couldn't put this book down" I'm like.Okay Okay.Now I am going to say itI COULDN'T PUT THIS BOOK DOWN!I really couldn't leave this book alone today, I was glued to it. Honestly. NO I haven't read book 1, and I still didn't think that I have lost anything by it. Well, no excitement wise or edge of my seat wise.A young girl, on her bike goes swimming, on the way back gets a flat tyre. A man sees her struggling and is heading the way she is, maybe he could give her a lift? She [...]

    3. I won this book in a first reads give away and I would like to thank the author for an ARC of this book. This is the first book I have read from this author and it was so good I'm looking forward to reading more. This book is an awesome psychological thriller. When Reeve was younger she was kidnapped and held captive for four years by a freak pedophile named Daryl Wayne Flint. By pure luck she was found when Flint was driving one day and had her in the trunk of his car. I'm not sure where he wa [...]

    4. So I adored "The Edge of Normal" which was the first novel featuring main protagonist Reeve - survivor of a long term and violent kidnapping when we meet her in book one she sets out to help another victim come to terms with her life after trauma. It was a novel that was full of psychological depth and completely addictive.Moving onto "What Doesnt Kill Her" then (UK Title "Hunted") Reeve is enjoying a fairly normal life - more centred, not so on the edge, but still haunted by her past. When her [...]

    5. I received What Doesn't Kill Her as an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review! Carla Norton seriously hit the ball out of the park with What Doesn't Kill Her. The multi narrator perspective was flawless, the suspense weaved throughout the story made this the most exciting suspenseful book I've read since Gone Girl. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Reeve's story, being a part of the investigation, and staying on the edge of my seat as I anxiously awaited answers. Highly enjoyed and recom [...]

    6. This book is as incredible as the first one, which I chose to read first. The writing is flawless and the story flows effortlessly. I love the strength of the main character. she was so strong even after all she had endured. The characters are well developed. I highly recommend you read these books in order, though they can be read as stand- alone novels. I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. If you like suspense, mystery and crime all wrapped in a neat package, t [...]

    7. A sequel to Norton's debut novel The Edge of Normal, this continuation of Reeve LeClaire's story can still be picked up and enjoyed by any who haven't read its predecessor. I reviewed the first novel here last year, and was impressed with how well Norton handled an intense, traumatic subject matter in a responsible way while also keeping the book honest, well paced, and suspenseful. For better or for worse, What Doesn't Kill Her consistently matches all the notes of that first novel. The writing [...]

    8. I first met Reeve Leclair in Book 1 of this series . The Edge of Normal. Reeve was kidnapped as a child and escaped four years later due to a freak car accident. She has worked long and hard to get past the things that were done to her for those years she was kept in a cellar. She is now 23 and going to school. She does have trust issues, but she's making friends and learning to live again.Daryl Wayne Flint, the man who took her, is now in a psychiatric ward in lieu of prison because he was foun [...]

    9. Reeve LeClaire is a student at U.C. Berkeley. Reeve wasn’t always called “Reeve”; she’d changed her name to avoid attention after having been kidnapped and held captive by a predator for the majority of her teenage years. It’s worked so far; that is, it’s worked until her captor, Daryl Wayne Flint, killed a worker at Washington State’s Olshaker Psychiatric Hospital and escaped.After a fellow student identifies her to the news media, and a domineering FBI agent attempts to question [...]

    10. I received this book through Net Galley for an honest review. I want to thank the publisher for letting me review this book. First, let me say, this book was fantastic and I have it finished in just over 24 hours. This is the second book in the Reeve LeClaire series. I have not read the first book “The Edge of Normal” but, I sure will be now! That being said, I can tell you will not feel clueless about not having read the first book, the author, Carla Norton, does a very good job at letting [...]

    11. I LOVED THIS BOOK SO MUCH IT HURTS! Sorry, I promise no more all caps. :) My favorite part about this book was that it revealed more of Reeve's past (including how Flint found her, how she was kidnapped, and a little more about the trial) as well as Flint's past (how he grew up into a twisted monster.) Milo Bender is pretty cool, but the book doesn't play on the old "establishment bad; outsiders good" trope. It recognizes that though some of the 'outsiders' are effective, the establishment works [...]

    12. This book was so good that I just could not put it down. I'm still shaking from the adrenaline going through my body right now because I just finished it. Reggie is abducted when she is 12 and held hostage for four years. The only way she escaped was the fact that her captor was wounded while she was in his car trunk in a collision with a drunk driver. Seven years later, her captor escapes and everyone believes he's coming for Reggie. The majority of this story is the captor trying to abduct oth [...]

    13. excellent readCarla Norton once again gives us a story that kicks and punches in all the right places, her ability to create such complex personalities within her characters allows the reader to become totally engaged without becoming confused. I await #3 with high expectations!

    14. My thanks to the Publishers and NetGalley for the opportunty to read this in exchange for an honest review. A huge 5 stars or 10/10 from me. Thanks to Carla Norton for letting us into their world.Firstly, can I say Wow!!! It's been a while since I've read a book that has made me feel like that. I'd never heard of Carla Norton until I saw this book on NetGalley, I requested it on impulse and I'm so glad that I did. This is the second book in the Reeve LeClaire series, but it reads very easily as [...]

    15. I received my copy of What Doesn't Kill Her through for my honest review. I would like to thank the author, Carla Norton, for the signed copy."Stick to the plan"Now this is the common thread that runs through this psychological thriller by Carla Norton. Upon reading it, you'll find out who does and doesn't stick to the plan. One misguided step, one misspoken word, one untimely action can take you in a direction that has unspeakable consequences. And the consequences ripple across your life and [...]

    16. I received this copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I grew up reading different mysteries and thrillers by authors such as Mary Higgins Clark and Sidney Sheldon and loved feeling that adrenaline rush with a really great story. This book definitely had my heart pounding and wanting more. I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen next. Reeve’s character seemed so strong, especially considering everything she has gone through. Norton did a fabulous job of making F [...]

    17. Daryl Wayne Flint is one clever psychopath. 11 years after snatching 12 year old Reggie Leclaire, he is now plotting his escape from a secure Psychiatric Hospital with the help of his mother. Flint is sadistic and obsessed with the number three. he taps his foot three time, repeats words three times and he gave me the chills.Reggie, having changed her name to Reeve, is determined to help with the re-capture of her abductor and the events that follow are quite riveting. Norton keeps her readers g [...]

    18. 2.5 stars. Competent writing but wildly unoriginal. I feel I have read this book a dozen times already. There is nothing new here. The "voice" is identical to a handful of other mystery writers and the plotting is cliched. The end result is forgettable. Norton is a decent story teller and the prose is inoffensive but it feels like a pastiche of every thriller ever written.

    19. I received this arc from Netgalley. I started off enjoying this book, but the more I read the more I disliked it. First off, I know this is a fiction book but it was just totally unbelievable. Reeve is supposed to have so much insight in to how Flint's mind works because he carved her up all those years ago? I don't think so. Just glad to be finished with this.

    20. Excellent book. Kept me interested all the way, very action packed. The killer was really creepy and you felt connected to all the characters. Highly recommend this book!

    21. The day finally came when “What Doesn’t Kill Her” became available. However, before reading the second installment, I took the time to reread the first one, “The Edge of Normal,” which in itself is a brilliant read. I reacquainted myself with the story and the characters. I loved it then and love it still. As for “What Doesn’t Kill Her,” just like the first, it was a terrific read. So intrigued, I read it in one sit. If I thought the protagonist, Reeve, was strong and courageous [...]

    22. I am very happy to have won this book for free from the free book giveaway contest!“What Doesn’t Kill Her’ is an exciting, edge of your seat thriller pitting Reeve, a broken woman, trapped in her past, against her attacker Flint, in this epic battle of predator vs. prey. Reeve will never be able to escape her past, nor forget the nightmares of torture, confinement, and sadism at the hands of her captor Flint. Etched into her skin are the scars; the constant reminders that what happened to [...]

    23. This is a really terrifying, edge of your seat kind of book. If you are bored with thrillers that claim they will keep you up at night and then disappoint, this is a book you should read. It has been a long time since I was excited and frightened at the same time to turn to the next page. Carla Norton has brought us characters that seem as large as life and that are easy to care about (or hate with a passion, depending on which character it is.) Whilst reading this I felt my own pulse responding [...]

    24. Review by ireadnovels.wordpressI read The Edge of Normal and loved reading it to the point I couldn't put it down. Carla seems to have that effect no matter what difficult themes she writes about. Settle was baking hot, Reggie was stranded with nothing to do. Her best friend had gone on a family vacation. So, if Reggie wanted to go the lake for a swim, she would have to take matters in her own hands. Any kid with a bike would have done the same thing. After she swims in the lake she got her bike [...]

    25. This is the sequel to Edge of Normal that told the story of Reeve LeClaire who was kidnapped at the age of 12 and held for 4 years. After her escape she helped as an advisor for other kidnapping cases but in this book her own kidnapper has escaped and "Edgy Reggie" may be in danger again.I love the character of Reeve-at the start of this sequel she is starting a new life in California but the love interest that was looking interesting at the end of the last book has come to nothing. She is a sur [...]

    26. What Doesn't Kill HerCarla NortonContemporaryCrime Thriller3.5 out of 5 starsWhat Doesn't Kill Her is a fast paced read that keeps you hanging until the bitter end. I was so afraid for Reeve LeClaire the entire book, but I never grew to like her honestly. She was a hardass and not someone I could seem to like. I enjoyed the plot, location, but I did not become invested in the characters. It was a good read but not one I want to follow as a series. Thank you NetGalley and St Martin's Press and Mi [...]

    27. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley.I haven't read any of the previous Norton thrillers, but now am curious to go back and explore the backstory. This is a fairly typical "ripped from the headlines" kidnapping thriller. The characters are well crafted and aside from Reeve being a pretty miraculously strong young woman- both physically and psychologically- are believable. They are totally black and white characters; you love them or hate them, with nothing in between. This is one thing [...]

    28. ARC provided by NetGalley and St. Martin's PressI didn’t know what to expect when I started What Doesn't Kill Her by Carla Norton, but it certainly wasn’t the non-stop action, heart in your throat book that it turned out to be! I can honestly say I enjoyed everything about this book. It just seemed so “spot on” in every respect. It was well written, and able to convey the pain the heroine went through as a kidnap victim as well as the struggles she still was facing. At the same time, the [...]

    29. I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review, all opinions are my own. Wow, just wow. This book left me on the edge of my seat and I don't say that often. Reggie now going by Reeve after a man kidnapped her and held her hostage for 4 years, is on the hunt for that same man after he escaped from the psych hospital. Pairing up with the FBI Agent who once worked her case she is in a hunt to find him, using all the information she knows of him. Her kidnapper Fl [...]

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