Watch Me Die

Watch Me Die

by Erica Spindler
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Watch Me Die 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 47 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoy Erica Spindler's books, and this is as good as they come. It is a real page turner, and I didn't want to stop reading it. The plot, the characters, everything about the book is a pleasure to read. I highlyrecommend it.
JuanitaH More than 1 year ago
With "Watch Me Die", Erica Spindler not only raises the bar, but also hurdles it, snatches it up, and slams it across your imagination. You find yourself so invested in the main character that you want to reach into the book and shake anyone who doubts her. You feel her helplessness and frustration and try to imagine what you would do to prove yourself sane in the same situation. Usually, I can pinpoint the villain early on. But this time, i found myself thinking - he did it; no, she did it; no, they did it. This is what a true thriller mystery is supposed to do. The story is compelling and reads fast - less than 24 hours for me. The only regret is that the book has to end. I have two words for this novel - satisfaction guaranteed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Watch me die keeps you on the edge from the first page until the very end. That's what I like about this book and other Erica Spindler books.
kadydid More than 1 year ago
This book truly has so many twists that you will be left spinning. You will care about all of the chacters and hope none of them are guilty. Then you will suspect them all. One of her best.
luvluke6t6 More than 1 year ago
Erica Spindler did it again. She delivered another great read. Could not put it down. Enough clues given that you are never certain whodunnit until she reveals it. Great setting and terrific setting. Highly recommend.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In New Orleans, Mira Gallier loves her caring husband and her vocation as a stained-glass restoration artist. However Katrina changed everything for the woman with a seemingly perfect life when her spouse was washed away and much of her work ruined. It has been several years of grief since The Hurricane destroyed her life but finally Mira begins to move on emotionally. However, she is shocked when someone breaks the church windows she has restored. That is terrible but the vandalism does not compare with the murder of a priest near one of her restoration projects; the culprit left behind a graffiti message from the bible sprayed on the window. More homicides with biblical references left behind and seemingly tied to Mira and her work occurs. NOPD homicide detective Spencer Malone leads the investigation in which the prime suspect is Mira. With a nod to Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, readers will feel Mira's angst and fears as she has only recently recovered from Katrina turning her into a widow and now those close to her are being slaughtered by a maniacal believer. She is so distraught she fears for her mind. With post Katrina New Orleans as the backdrop, Erica Spindler provides a taut psychological suspense. Harriet Klausner
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This was an awesome book. The writing, the characters, the storyline, all of it. It moves along and it's suspenseful...even creepy at times. I literally stayed up too late a few nights because I couldnt stop reading, wanting to figure out the mystery. : ) I really like this author and her writing style. Would definitely recommend this book.
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I absolutely love erica spindlers books. Once i start reading them i can hardly put them down. She is a great author and i am hoping she will be doing more books in the future!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good book i always enjoy reading erica spindler books
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Great read and fast paced! Loved every minute of the story.
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LaylaBear More than 1 year ago
Great book - fast read! I just wish she would write faster to get books out sooner!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed Erica Spindler's books for years. This book was fast-paced and kept me guessing. One negative is how clueless she made the cops. If you leave fingerprints at the scene, why are the cops still chasing down people who don't match the prints. Still a very enjoyable read and recommend it to fans of Spindler and NOLA.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a big Erica Spindler fan I look forward to her new book every year. This one I should have skipped. I know she is a better story teller, not one of her best efforts. That said I am looking forward to her next book.
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Bibliophile_and_Proud More than 1 year ago
I have always enjoyed Spindler's books but I did not find this one to be very suspenseful; in fact, I found it to be quite predictable. This was the type of stupid heroine that made you wish the bad guy, also not a surprise, would kill her just to put us out of our misery. Plus there was no real defined hero per se. Sorry, but I think you should check this out from your local library before dropping any bills for this one.