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Die Next

Die Next

From bestselling author Jonathan Stone comes a pulse-pounding thriller for the digital age that will make you question everything that you have ever saved on your phone.

If Zack takes Joey’s phone to the police, will they believe his swapped cell phone story? Would they even be able to protect him? Because the hit man now has Zack’s phone with the phone numbers and addresses of Zack’s new girlfriend Emily, his best friend Steve, and all the texts and information from Zack’s life.

Whether Zack keeps the phone or ditches it, Joey will kill him for what he now knows. In cat-and-mouse twists, turns, and continually mounting terror, one thing is clear: Zack is next on the hit man’s list.

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Genre: Fiction / Fiction / Action & Adventure

On Sale: April 14th 2020

Price: $16.99 / $22.99 (CAD)

Page Count: 352

ISBN-13: 9781538733226

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Reader Reviews


"Die Next will keep you on your toes, turning pages and wrestling with that pesky grey area between good and evil."—
"Die Next is the model of a brilliant and stylish thriller! Rich with character development and it's-like-I'm-there settings, the novel is an adrenaline rush between covers. Bravo!"
Jeffery Deaver, author of The Bone Collector and The Goodbye Man
"A roller-coaster ride that never ends. From the first page through the last, Stone takes us on a wild ride through Manhattan and Brooklyn. What happens when a hitman leaves his phone at a coffee shop is the beginning of a terrific read that never lets up until the tense and nerve-wracking conclusion."—
"Stone plays cruel and cunning mind games."—The New York Times Book Review
"Stone belongs with the elite of current mystery writers... He should not be missed."—Publishers Weekly
"Crisp, elegant prose distinguishes this exceptional crime thriller from Stone."—Publishers Weekly, starred review, on Moving Day
"Stone creates the kind of people who can make a reader turn pages."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review, on The Heat of Lies
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