!!> Reading ➺ Catch Your Death (Kate Maddox, #1) ➲ Author Louise Voss – Diclofenac16.us

Catch Your Death (Kate Maddox, #1) Fear Is Contagious The No.1 Bestselling Internet Sensation Now In An Updated Edition With Exclusive New Material.A Terrifying Enigma With The Power To Destroy Twenty Years Ago, Kate Maddox Was A Volunteer At A Research Centre Where Scientists Hunted For A Cure For The Common Cold Virus That Summer, Kate Fell In Love With A Handsome Young Doctor, Stephen, But Her Stay Ended In His Tragic Death And Kate Fled To A New Life In The US.Now Kate Is Back In England And On The Run With Her Young Son, This Time From Her Vile Husband But A Chance Encounter Sets Her On A Terrifying Path Of Discovery What Really Happened At The Cold Research Unit Two Decades Ago Pursued By Both Her Estranged Husband And A Psychotic Killer Who Is Obsessed With His Prey, Kate Must Fight To Solve The Puzzle Of The Past Uncovering A Sickening Betrayal And A Truth Horrifying Than She Could Ever Have Imagined

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  1. says:

    This was a cheap ebook, and, as always, it s a bit of a gamble Some are brilliant, some are awful, this was just a bit meh There is a cracking story in here somewhere, but the authors have buried it under a positive mountain of cardboard cutout characters and unbelievable plot contrivances The premise of mysterious goings on at a research facility, ostensibly working on the common cold but actually up to something fardevious, is an intriguing one, and the plot rattles along at a good pa This was a cheap ebook, and, as always, it s a bit of a gamble Some are brilliant, some are awful, this was just a bit meh There is a cracking story in here somewhere, but the authors have buried it under a positive mountain of cardboard cutout characters and unbelievable plot contrivances The premise of mysterious goings on at a research facility, ostensibly wor...


  2. says:

    This book was kind of meh It started off really well, I really enjoyed the first 30% of it but then it just became really difficult.The premise is really good, I really liked the sound of it, I really thought there was going to be a brilliant crime thriller in here The authors have, however, buried it under a positive mountain of generic characters and unbelievable plot twists The idea of mysterious goings on at a research facility, working on ...


  3. says:

    Kate Maddox fleeing from her abusive husband in the USA returns home to England with her son By chance she sees her lover Stephen who she knows died twenty years ago The sighting takes her back to the time she spent with Stephen in the Cold Research Unit two decades ago But the person Kate sees is Stephen s twin brother Paul The meeting with Paul has her questioning her time at the unit and what happened there, and as she concentrates on it she realises that her memory is at fault and that t Kate Maddox fleeing from her abusive husband in the USA returns home to England with her son By chance she sees her lover Stephen who she knows died twenty years ago The sighting takes her back to the time she spent with Stephen in the Cold Research Unit two decades ago But the person Kate sees is Stephen s twin brother Paul The meeting with Paul has her questioning her time at the unit and what happened there, and as she concentrates on it she realises that her memory is at fault and that there are gaps Can she fill in these gaps and should she What was happening at the Cold Research Unit all those years ago This is a chilling tale, as Kate seeks to uncover exactly just what did happen twenty years ago when she thought that she was participating in finding a cure for the common cold As with Paul s help Kate probes deeper, she puts herself and others in danger.T...


  4. says:

    this was a fantastic book, couldn t put it down, so much so that i had to read it on my phone while i was walking the dog fast paced book that kept me wanting to know what was going to happen next.a book i would certainly recommend.


  5. says:

    A compelling conspiracy thriller with a fast pace throughout enjoyed reading it Although development of a deadly virus is the root of the underlying story it does not dominate the action and you certainly do not need to know anything much about science.


  6. says:

    She felt as if she was inside the sort of bad dream which just goes on and on, silently unfolding and transmuting from one nightmare scenario to another Main protagonist Kate Maddox, an intelligent and successful scientist working at Harvard researching viruses, has returned to her native England from the US, bringing her young son Jack with her She feels her marriage to obnoxious husband Vernon is over, and has made the break without telling him he is expecting her and Jack to return to Bos She felt as if she was inside the sort of bad dream which just goes on and on, silently unfolding and transmuting from one nightmare scenario to another Main protagonist Kate Maddox, an intelligent and successful scientist working at Harvard researching viruses, has returned to her native England from the US, bringing her young son Jack with her She feels her marriage to obnoxious husband Vernon is over, and has made the break without telling him he is ...


  7. says:

    I co wrote it so I m biased


  8. says:

    Zusammenfassend Kate packt sich ihren Sohn Jack und reist mit ihm von Boston nach London Was sie ihrem fast Ex Mann als kleinen Urlaub verkauft ist in Wirklichkeit eine Trennung Eine Trennung von ihrem alten Leben mit ihrem fremdgehenden Ehemann Doch was sie nicht weiss, ihre fr here Vergangenheit wird sie rasant einholen.Den Kate war als Studentin in einem Forschungszentrum, welches sich mit Erk ltungsviren besch ftigte Doch als dieses auf mysteri se Weise abb...


  9. says:

    It wasn t bad but like I said before, I had a serious problem with that fact that Kate just met the twin of her dead boyfriend and sent her son to her sister,mostly to have sex with him.


  10. says:

    I can t imagine the writing process of a novel written by two people, but here we have Catch Your Death written by Louise Voss and Mark Edwards, and it really works This thriller is a fast paced, edge of your seat kind of read that has its reader gripped right from the start and doesn t let go until the very end I realised I d read almost half the book in one go by the time I first put the book down, it s that good The authors have obviously done a lot of research ...

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