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  • The First Time I Died

  • Garnet McGee Series, Book 1
  • By: Jo Macgregor
  • Narrated by: Emily Sutton-Smith
  • Length: 11 hrs and 8 mins
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Summary

The first time I died, I didn't come back alone.

When Garnet McGee returns to her small Vermont hometown for the holidays, she vows to solve the mystery of the murder which shattered her life 10 years ago. But then the unexpected happens - she dies in an accident and gets brought back to life by paramedics. Now she's hearing words, seeing visions, and experiencing strange sensations. Are these merely symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and an overactive imagination, or is she getting messages from a paranormal presence?  

Garnet has always prided herself on being logical and rational, but trying to catch a killer without embracing her shadow self is getting increasingly difficult. And dangerous, because in a town full of secrets, it seems like everybody has a motive for murder.

Fast-paced and riveting, The First Time I Died is a suspenseful and haunting crime story with a supernatural twist.

©2018 Jo Macgregor (P)2019 Tantor

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A tight tale with many twists and turns

From a mediocre start the depth and pace of this book races away.

Just had to hear it through in a single day.

Excellent.