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Unwilling to just let it drop, Jonathan is plunged into a mystery that soon threatens not only his dreams for the future but maybe even his life. For questions or technical support, please use our contact form. Loading offers Description Specs Product Description Jonathan Trestle is a paramedic who's spent the week a few steps behind the angel of death. Product Description Jonathan Trestle is a paramedic who's spent the week a few steps behind the angel of death. Similar Products. When a patient gives him a note before dying, Jonathan is pulled into a mystery that will force him to risk all he holds dear.
They always have a strong main character, a suspenseful pace, and a mystery that hooks me to the last page. This one was no differ Paramedic Jonathan Trestle has been getting in trouble lately for how long it takes his ambulance to reach the scene. This one was no different. And what a clever story too! I really enjoyed all of his characters, especially Bones, the non Trekie-Trekie.
A great read. I look forward to more of his novels. Mar 27, Shaunika rated it it was amazing. The angel of death is chasing after people like there is no tomorrow. Paramedic Jonathan Trestle searches for answers while death is searching for him. Jonathan started getting suspicious after a man gave him a note before his death.
Jonathan also hot a full ride scholarship to medical school, but does the angel of death ruin that? I highly recommend this book to middle schoolers and up. The book is action packed and will have you sitting at the edge of your seat. If you are a person who likes mystery novels than this is the book for you. Mar 28, Rosemarie rated it it was amazing. Another excellent book by Shawn Grady! The second in a series, this book has a different voice than the first. Both are written in first person, and the author does a wonderful job of "being" a different character in each book.
In this novel, the main character is a paramedic who finds himself in the middle of a "bad situation" no, I'm not going to reveal it , and the suspense of following him through the events that roll over him kept me turning pages long past my bed time! And yes, I had to l Another excellent book by Shawn Grady! And yes, I had to look up a few words in this book, as well thought not as many as I did in the first book.
Great read. I'm on to the next novel in the series. Apr 30, Melissa rated it liked it. Grady's latest is a definite page turner. The action begins in the first paragraph and doesn't let up until the very end. Jonathan is a sympathetic character, and the romance between him and Naomi is quite satisfying. After reviving a man on the sidewalk, the man hands him a paper full of indecipherable scribbles and says, "Give this to Martin.
He goes on a quest Grady's latest is a definite page turner. He goes on a quest to find the mysterious Martin and unravel the mystery. This one is medically graphic. See you in the morgue. Tomorrow We Die is less about the mystery surrounding the patient and note than it is about the ambulance calls Jonathan and Bones go on. I think the author wrote it for himself or anyone with a good working knowledge of medical terms and procedures. One might get the idea the author is showing off his medical knowledge. Apr 24, Paul Goble rated it liked it Recommends it for: Fans of medical thrillers.
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Paramedic and his buddies stumble into a murder plot and become targets themselves. Strengths: Competent treatment of emergency medicine. Fast-paced, engaging, and mostly believable plot. The main characters have realistic conflicts and personal issues. A quick read. Weaknesses: Right at the climax, the editing breaks down. It becomes hard to tell who is present in the scene, let alone who is doing what. A few homophones crept in and stopped my reading while I figured out, for example, that the au Paramedic and his buddies stumble into a murder plot and become targets themselves.
A few homophones crept in and stopped my reading while I figured out, for example, that the author meant "elicit" instead of "illicit. Nov 07, Charlie Easterson rated it liked it. I'm a sucker for medical suspense, so this book reeled me in pretty fast. Overall, it was a decent read. At times it was a little over-dramatic or, ironically slow moving; and it was a little underwhelmingly predictable.
Regardless, it was an fun read with a decently driven mystery. Also, admittedly, the entire story was made worth it for the inclusion of the character "Bones". Nov 02, Lynn rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery , suspense , thriller , drama , medical. A rather well written thriller, told from the point of view of a paramedic. The plot maintains credibility most of the ways through the book.
However, in the last few chapters, this story suffers the fate of so many in this genre - overdone drama, a cliched, somewhat improbable solution and a happily-ever-after ending. Hence only 4 stars. Oct 06, Trisha DeBoer rated it really liked it. This book was suspenseful, gripping especially the last 6 chapters or so , and exciting.
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I found it in a "Christian Bookstore," but don't let that turn you off. He lives out his faith through the book, without turning you off to matters of faith. I would read more of this guy's stuff if I ever came across it. Not as good as book one in the series but still lots of pluses, such as great suspense. I thought Eli's last gift to Jonathan and Naomi was a bit far-fetched and too convenient to be realistic, considering that it wasn't narrated as being a divine intervention.
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I wish Jonathan had given God more credit for working in his life for good. Aug 05, Carrie Padgett rated it it was amazing. I loved this one! Shawn Grady writes as a fire fighter and paramedic and the sense of urgency that makes him great at his job translates into his prose. I raced to the end like an engine on its way to a 4 alarm call. Sep 02, Matt rated it really liked it Shelves: christian-fiction.
I felt like it started kind of slow, but once it got my attention, i couldn't put it down. Jan 02, Chelsea rated it it was ok.
Nov 28, Alison Powell rated it it was amazing. The basic story line of this book is overall very well written and with that came a good story. Feb 27, Beth rated it it was amazing. Really good book! Kinda funny at parts. I really enjoyed it. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. Christian Fiction. About Shawn Grady. Shawn Grady. A novelist who has served as a firefighter and paramedic for over fifteen years in Reno-Tahoe where he lives with his wife and three children.
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