Kill Her Again

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St. Martin's Press, Jun 30, 2009 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Ever since a close call with death, FBI Agent Anna McBride has been having strange visions of a kidnapped little girl... a little girl who is about to be murdered. †Is she going crazy? †When Anna is assigned to a multiple homicide case, her visions recur with an even fiercer frequency...and she can't shake the feeling that what she's seeing is somehow connected to this latest grisly crime.

When Anna meets Daniel Pope, a hypnotist who's no stranger to the paramormal, he suggests the impossible: †that the girl in her visions is Anna in a past life. †But Anna refuses to believe Pope -- until she finds herself face to face with the killer from her nightmares. †Now she must go into the dark recesses of her mind and relive the horrors of her past to find a diabolical psychopath who won't rest until he kills her again...

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User Review  - Monica Medina - Goodreads

So I really disliked the writing style of this author. His word choices and descriptors I found severely lacking(like, she wasn't classically beautiful, but there was something about her that made her ... Read full review

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User Review  - Guy Haley - Goodreads

Like a so-so episode of the X-Files, Browne's book brings pulp style and a whole heap of coincidences to a fairly unlikely plot where a sinister gypsy appears to be bumping off incarnations of the ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Robert Gregory Browne has had a lifelong fascination with the near-death experience and the afterlife, which led to the plot of his first novel, Kiss Her Goodbye. He was born in California but grew up in Honolulu, a city he considers his home. He now lives in Ojai, California. Visit his Web site at

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