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  1. Danielle Urban Danielle Urban says:

    A Life Before by Julien Ayotte is an exciting thriller Right away, I was swept into the book The characters were believable and the scenes fly by fast I was completely lost within the pages There are several cases inside that keep readers like myself guessing Intriguing, stunning, and well told Julien Ayotte is a new writer to watch out forhis words come to life Danger, excitement, and emotional Crime happens everywhere These crimes were entertaining to follow Overall, I recommend A A Life Before by Julien Ayotte is an exciting thriller Right away, I was swept into the book The characters were believable and the scenes fly by fast I was completely lost within the pages There are several cases inside that keep readers like myself guessing Intriguing, stunning, and well told Julien Ayotte is a new writer to watch out forhis words come to life Danger, excitement, and emotional Crime happens everywhere These crimes were entertaining to follow Overall, I recommend A Life Before to readers everywhere


  2. Monica BIthar Monica BIthar says:

    This was my first Julien Ayotte novel and from the start I loved the fast paced thriller, with a mix of believable cases the author was able to build a very convincing and emotional story Totally loved the book and had to read it in one go, trying to find out how the memory of another life would helps person catch their killer in the present life


  3. Denise Denise says:

    What a RideHaving previously read Disappearance by this author, I was interested to see if another novel was just as good Well, I enjoyed this one evenGood story with an ending I never saw coming If you like cozy mysteries, then you ll enjoy this book.


  4. Julien Ayotte Julien Ayotte says:

    I can t explain it, but I think I was this woman in another life In 1989, a young newlywed is murdered At the time, her husband, attorney Mike Strange was working on a case against a company that withheld evidence pertaining to high levels of radon found on a site where they were constructing a large condo complex Amid detailed investigations, courtroom drama, and his paralegal being run off the road, Strange continues to mourn the loss of his wife and her killer remains at large Twenty I can t explain it, but I think I was this woman in another life In 1989, a young newlywed is murdered At the time, her husband, attorney Mike Strange was working on a case against a company that withheld evidence pertaining to high levels of radon found on a site where they were constructing a large condo complex Amid detailed investigations, courtroom drama, and his paralegal being run off the road, Strange continues to mourn the loss of his wife and her killer remains at large Twenty two years later, young coed Samantha Collins is plagued by dreams suffered since adolescence, about a woman brutally attacked When unexplained coincidences and an unexpected detour land Collins in the neighborhood of the decades old Strange crime, she soon realizes a deep connection to the murder victim This same young woman who had once given an eerily topical valedictorian speech regarding life after death, suddenly feels compelled to flush out the killer.For those drawn to the popular Cold Case television series or headlines of faltering investigations that benefit from the insight of uniquely gifted individuals, Ayotte delivers the perfect read This is a story filled with emotionally distraught characters searching for answers, from a broken hearted husband, devastated families, and determined detectives, to a young woman desperate to find peace in her own existence In contrast, Ayotte provides a cast of wrong doers who need to be held accountable for their actions.This is a smart, well paced thriller that will give readers pause to rethink their own deja vu experiences As an homage to the past life theme, Ayotte brings the plot full circle with creative touches that tie the opening and closing A shocking, explosive twist plays into the well crafted epilogue that not only bolsters the premise of A Life Before , but cleverly entices us to think about the possibilities of life ever after Recommended by US Review of Books, Carol Davala


  5. Apex Reviews Apex Reviews says:

    There is certainly no shortage of psychological thrillers in the literary world as such, it s a buyer s market when it comes to the plethora of quality titles available to fans of the genre Of course, some tales areappealing than others, and one would be remiss not to include A Life Before in the upper echelon of said literary greatness.Throughout the pages of his latest standout offering, author Julien Ayotte treats the reader to a masterfully crafted tale of intrigue and suspense Feat There is certainly no shortage of psychological thrillers in the literary world as such, it s a buyer s market when it comes to the plethora of quality titles available to fans of the genre Of course, some tales areappealing than others, and one would be remiss not to include A Life Before in the upper echelon of said literary greatness.Throughout the pages of his latest standout offering, author Julien Ayotte treats the reader to a masterfully crafted tale of intrigue and suspense Featuring excellent character development and a perfectly paced plot, A Life Before successfully keeps the reader guessing from one surprising twist to the next, as Ayotte shows his skill at interweaving multiple different story lines into one Culminating in a shocking climax very few could honestly see coming, A Life Before fails at only one thing disappointing readers.An absolute must read.Megan LattaApex Reviews


  6. Julie O& Julie O& says:

    A fabulous story that holds your interest from the first page to the very last Ayotte is now one of my favorite authors


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A Life Before ➵ [Reading] ➷ A Life Before By Julien Ayotte ➪ – Thomashillier.co.uk Picture yourself as Mike Strange, a lawyer in who agrees to represent residents of a large condominium complex, twelve of whom have lost a spouse to lung cancer in the past five years Surprisingly, a Picture yourself as Mike Strange, a lawyer inwho agrees to represent residents of a large condominium complex, A Life Kindle - twelve of whom have lost a spouse to lung cancer in the past five years Surprisingly, all twelve were non smokers, nor were exposed to second hand smoke But all were exposed for years to radon gas emanating from the basements of their condo units As this young lawyer starts ruffling too many feathers to bring those responsible to justice, his wife Susan is brutally murdered by an unknown assailant, clearly as a warning to Mike to back off For twenty years, her murder has eluded a suspect by the police Only one person seems to have a clue after all this time, a young college student, Samantha Collins, who has recurring dreams of the murder of a young housewife by a tattooed man with a scar on his chin She has had this dream since she was thirteen, but now in , the dreams are frequent and include and information that place Samantha Collins as the reincarnated Susan Strange from years ago Share the excitement as this one cold case is brought back to life through the vision of Samantha, as the perfect crime may not have been so perfect after all.