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Publisher's Summary

Not Dead Yet is the eighth novel featuring Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, from the number one best-selling Author Peter James.

The return of a Brighton girl turned movie star spells nothing but trouble for Detective Superintendent Roy Grace.

Gaia Lafayette has a movie to shoot on location back home and Grace is in charge of her security. Yet when a vicious gangster is released from prison and an unidentifiable headless torso is found, a nightmare unfolds before Grace’s eyes.

An obsessed stalker is after Gaia – and Grace knows that they may be at large in his city, waiting, watching, planning....

©2012 Really Scary Books / Peter James (P)2012 Macmillan Digital Audio

What the critics say

“Peter James is on a roll with his Roy Grace novels. To date they have sold more than 11million copies and been translated into 34 languages. Not Dead Yet is the eighth…an authentic, well-researched and compelling read.” ( Daily Express)

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  • Debbijane
  • 2020-02-21

Boring boring

Definitely the most boring peter James book yet. He waffles on an on about meaningless stuff which I am now on chapter 88 and nothing has happened. I love the character s but this book is just Awful.

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  • Maine Knitter
  • 2017-10-25

Not my favorite in the series

Interesting but I didn't care for it as much as previous books for some reason. I found the characters confusing - maybe because the narrator made everyone sound pretty much alike. Often, there was little difference between Roy and Glen, for example.

The story was disappointing. One of the reasons I read British stories is because of the British characters. Too many Americans in this one (and the previous one as well.)

And then there's still Sandy. I certainly hope this comes to an end soon. But her storyline did get more interesting.

And find a better narrator.

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  • Robert Brett Curtiss
  • 2021-08-21

Always delivers!

This is one in a series of British police procedural potboilers with an enjoyable recurring cast of characters. Brighton, where they are set, becomes one of the integral characters in the stories. They begin to fit like a favorite pair of comfy slippers, and the plots all have interesting twists that are difficult to anticipate.