Ice Cold Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Ice Cold

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In Wyoming for a medical conference, Boston medical examiner Maura Isles joins a group of friends on a spur-of-the-moment ski trip. But when their SUV stalls on a snow-choked mountain road, they're stranded with no help in sight. As night falls, the group seeks refuge from the blizzard in the remote village of Kingdom Come, where twelve eerily identical houses stand dark and abandoned. Something terrible has happened in Kingdom Come: Meals sit untouched on tables, cars are still parked in garages. The town's previous residents seem to have vanished into thin air, but footprints in the snow betray the presence of someone who still lurks in the cold darkness - someone who is watching Maura and her friends. Days later, Boston homicide detective Jane Rizzoli receives the grim news that Maura's charred body has been found in a mountain ravine. Shocked and grieving, Jane is determined to learn what happened to her friend. The investigation plunges Jane into the twisted history of Kingdom Come, where a gruesome discovery lies buried beneath the snow. As horrifying revelations come to light, Jane closes in on an enemy both powerful and merciless - and the chilling truth about Maura's fate.



  • Usually, I'm a huge fan of Tess' novels, so I can usually overlook the narration. However, the narration in this particular audiobook is absolutely terrible, and it really hindered my ability to fully enjoy the story. To be honest, there was a moment where I actually contemplated not finishing it because the narration was very unsettling and completely unsuitable for this kind of story. But, just because I'm curious about how the story concludes, I'll push through and continue listening.
  • I really enjoyed reading "Ice Cold" by Tess Gerritsen. The author's skill in creating suspenseful and gripping stories truly shines through in this book. However, I have to admit that the audiobook version was a bit disappointing. The narrator's delivery was quite monotonous, and her speech had a noticeable lisp or speech impediment that became a major distraction. Despite these flaws, the story itself was highly enjoyable, and I can't help but feel that reading it instead of listening would have been a better experience.
  • The person who reads this audiobook is absolutely terrible and irritating. It has been a struggle to complete it, as I can't tolerate listening to her for more than thirty minutes at a time. The biggest issue I have with the story is the romance between Maura and Dan Brophy. I simply cannot believe it. It doesn't make sense that this highly motivated, intelligent, and analytical woman would engage in an affair with a priest. It just doesn't add up.
  • I was tempted to stop listening after about two hours or so. Regrettably, I continued listening. What a disappointment. The initial part of the book was solely focused on a whiney Maura, and it dragged on for far too long. Even when Rizzoli finally got involved, it was laughable. I cannot suggest this book to any genuine fan of Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli and Isles series. Honestly, even the new TV show is superior to this book.
  • Me and my sis have this routine where we talk about work and stuff during our commute to work, but when we started listening to this book, everything changed! It was an intense and thrilling story that kept us on the edge of our seats. Damn, this one's a must-read!
  • This audiobook will leave you craving for more, like an insatiable hunger. I'm counting down the days until "The Killing Place" hits the shelves. I strongly urge everyone to start from the very beginning of this series with "The Surgeon" so you can truly grasp the depth of the narrative. I'm ecstatic that a television adaptation is in the works. Here's hoping it does justice to the brilliance of the books. Tess, please keep those words flowing because I just can't get my fill.