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ALSO BY TESS GERRITSEN Harvest Life Support Bloodstream Gravity The Surgeon The Apprentice The Sinner Body Doub. Get news about Mystery & Suspense books, authors, and more. The Silent Girl is one of [Tess] Gerritsen’s best.”—Associated Press. Both women deal with personal and family issues that reveal their humanity and lend credibility to this deft thriller.”—Publishers Weekly. gerritsen - the silent girl rizzoli pdf free download or read online the silent silent girl: a rizzoli & isles novel by tess gerritsen may 31, · no.
Not just recommended but mandatory. Hopefully they will stick to the books more closely in the future. Buy the Book: The story was fine and thank you for the freebie. It would upset me too if I had given something away only to get a bunch of complaints about it.
I'd like to read more about Rat and I hope he is in the next book. I love the tv show, but I'm bugged that they didn't put Rizzolies marriage and child in it.
Plus the Korsack Angela affair. Hopefully they will stick to the books more closely in the future. Why would they mess with perfection?
I hope there are more books in this series in the works for the future. I'm seriously hooked!
I apologize to my husband. Dinners gonna be late again! Janet J. Enjoyed the interactions of characters. A fun, suspenseful and easy read. Will definitely read more of her books and continue to watch series on TV. Excellent book once I started to read it the husband had to cook dinner. Time to buy the next book by tess.
I loved this book. You let the good in with the bad. Remember, people who really love something seldom every say so unless it is taken away. People who hate things are sometimes quick to complain… and sadly, those complaints are sometimes louder than the praise. For every ignorant person who has criticized your move, or experiment as you put it, there are plenty more who not only enjoyed it, but truly appreciated it.
Thank you. I bought Silent Girl on Kindle, but will be buying the book later this week…something about holding a book is better for me but back to the point…. Chin up Chick! Thanks so much for the nice comments!
I get them too for my shorts. Your experiment was to find out if people who downloaded and read your free short story went out and bought other books by you that were NOT free. All we really know is that a number of readers failed to notice and absorb the information about SHORT and therefore complained to you because it was short. A quick fairly raw check is to look at the amazon rankings for your non-free books.
Have the rankings increased?
I also think that you need to look out at least months for sales effects because people download free offerings and then they sit on the reader the device until later.
And if not buy links, then at least links for more information about your other titles. I loved the short story. I was so excited to see it in the Kindle store. Your books are on my auto-buy list, so I already had The Silent Girl when I read Freaks I saved them for awhile and it was the perfect appetizer.
It would upset me too if I had given something away only to get a bunch of complaints about it. What, did they sprain their fingers clicking the download-for-free button or something? Give me a break.
But anyway, I for one would like to simply say thank you.
Also, to dlmchau who commented above, I too had problems reading when I was undergoing chemotherapy and in and out of the hospital constantly. I found that short stories and magazines were about all I could manage. What do they measure? I love all of your books so I am sure this would have been no different.
I live in Canada. Wish it would have been available to me as well. Thanks Tess and keep them comming. Maybe you could take the complaint of a short story being too short as a compliment?
Hopefully the show has brought in more readers to make up for all the complainers from the short story! By the way thank you for writing such relatable characters, I have suffered from depression since for years and reading about Maura and Jane is like therapy for me.
No other writer can capture the feeling of loneliness like you do.
Even though the characters are fiction it helps to read something so relatable. As I enter another year at a very small and cold Catholic college in Boston, its comforting to know that I will at least have my Rizzoli and Isles series to keep me company.
Hi Tess. Well done! Greeting from hot Sicily. I saw your interview with Writers Talk on Facebook today. As of an hour ago, I had never heard of you! I decided to visit your site and sample your writing. Thanks for the story! I enjoyed it! Sometimes, the simplest things are the solution to many a puzzle. And our first obvious guess is usually the wrong one.
I like short stories, I like quick reads. As a mother of seven and writer myself, gone are the days when I can stay up hours and hours or days even reading tomes of entertaining stories. Nowadays, I have to get my reading fix on and go about my life. If a book has too many pages, I pass on it. Again, thanks!
Keep the shorts coming!