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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.