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The Guy Who Died Twice

A Detective D.D. Warren Story
Written by: Lisa Gardner
Narrated by: Kirsten Potter
Series: Detective D.D. Warren, Book 9.5
Length: 1 hr and 37 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Sergeant Detective D. D. Warren confronts the strangest case of her career in this exclusive eBook short story by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner.

A USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestseller!

D. D. Warren was pretty sure she’d seen it all. Then a man walks into police headquarters, attempting desperately to convince the squad that he’s dead. Explaining to him that he’s very much alive, they finally send him on his way…and then hours later, he turns up actually dead. And it’s on D. D. Warren to figure out how and why the dead man died…twice.

Plus: an early look at Gardner’s next riveting thriller, Never Tell.

©2019 Lisa Gardner (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • ReBecca Fransen
  • 2019-05-08

Disappointed

This is NOT a book. I would describe it as a short story and a TOTAL rip off of Murder on the Orient Express. What is even more disappointing is the fact I used 1 credit to purchase it. I will be contacting Audible for a refund. This should be a free gift with a purchase. I really like this author too, so so disappointed. Not original work.

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  • KKC
  • 2019-03-11

Well done!

Well done story... performance great... like a old time “who-done-it” the characters were less visible throughout until the story’s ending revelations while keeping the characters close at hand.

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  • L. E. LoPiccolo
  • 2020-03-14

FINALLY A RETURN TO A SUCCESSFUL FORMULA

This story was wonderful and long overdue; Ms Gardner has returned to a successful formula with D D Warren and eliminated the Flora Dane character in previous books. The books with the Dane character were so very disappointing. I almost stopped reading Ms Gardner! This was wonderful and I once again look forward to future books.

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  • Jana K Carlson
  • 2020-03-12

Witty

Loved this short story. Laughed all the way thru it. I’m a big fan of Kirsten Potter. Will listen to most anything she narrates.

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  • Grammy
  • 2019-04-25

You'll be wishing it was longer!

For $6.99 I couldn't pass it up! I have listened to ALL of Lisa Gardner's books at least twice....psst, more like three times. I love a good mystery. I also lean more toward books that run in a series. Ms. Gardner's books have NEVER disappointed me.

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  • Jan H. Wolfe
  • 2019-04-03

a great short novel

What fun to follow a procedural mystery with many interesting characters. I finished it in one day.

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  • Petra
  • 2019-03-20

Short, but fun

I usually only purchase books with my credits. But this one was on sale, I’m a big fan of Lisa Gardner, and so I decided to spend the $5. Well worth it.
This was a quick, fun book of the who-done-it variety. Lisa Gardner’s other books are usually very disturbing and showcases the worst of human kind. This was an easy, pleasant listen.
The narrator did a nice job in keeping me entertained.