Isabel Leon, the star of a survival reality show, thinks she can endure anything. But when she unwittingly gives an unscrupulous mogul a chance to profit from her murder, she becomes the target of a terrifying killer who makes nature seem tame by comparison.
At first left for dead, she is rescued by a medical research team that operates outside the law. She awakens to find she's the living proof of a breakthrough that can change the world. Some people would pay any price to control it. Others would simply steal the secret--even if it costs Isabel's life. As powerful rivals pursue her, Isabel must risk everything to protect those she loves--or die again tomorrow.
“Die Again Tomorrow held me captive me from the opening chapter—in which a murdered woman is subjected to a secret medical procedure that brings her back to life. From there the story takes off like a rocket, full of surprises, fascinating science, and vivid characters. If you enjoy the medical thrillers of Crichton and Cook, this book is for you. I can’t recommend it highly enough.” —Douglas Preston
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"Fans of Michael Crichton will love this."--Joseph Finder
"Twisting, suspenseful."--William Landay
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Good mystery - What if you didn't really die?
(Tuesday, September 29, 2015)
Isabel is desperate for money, so sells her life insurance policy, not realizing that it will make her a target. When she is murdered, a team of medical people working outside the law bring her back to life. The secret of this life restoring process is sought after by those who are willing to kill to get it. Isabel finds herself in the middle of the madness, as she tries to protect her family, as well as her own life, so she doesn't die again tomorrow.<br/><br/>This is an interesting premise, and the author certainly tried to make the medical issues real, but I personally can't quite make that leap. It is necessary for the plot, and thus I had a hard time really getting in to the story. It was well-written and the characters were well done and interesting. And solving the mystery of who is doing the killing and how all the pieces fit together is what drew me in. I simply put the "back to life" issue in the background and accepted it as fantasy.
I think most readers would like the book and I would recommend it.