Dead Tomorrow

Dead Tomorrow

By Peter James

  • Release Date : 2009-12-11
  • Genre : Crime & Thrillers
  • FIle Size : 5.02 MB
Score: 4.5
From 116 Ratings
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The body of a missing teenager is dredged from the seabed off the Sussex coast, missing vital organs. Soon after, a further two more bodies are found . . .

Caitlin Beckett, a fifteen-year-old in Brighton will die if she does not receive an urgent transplant. When the health system threatens to let her down her mother takes drastic action and goes to an online broker in black-market organs. The broker can provide what she wants, but it will come at a price.

As Superintendent Roy Grace investigates the recovered bodies, he unearths the trail of a gang of child traffickers operating from Eastern Europe. Soon Grace and his team will find themselves in a race against time to save the life of a young street kid, while a desperate mother will stop at nothing to save her daughter's life . . .

A reissue of the fifth novel in the multi-million copy bestselling Roy Grace series from #1 author Peter James.


  • Dead tomorrow

    By Jgr Highfields
    The best researched book in series so far. Upsetting on a human level,but a thoroughly enjoyable read. I am reading the series in sequence & never want it to end. Thank you Peter.
  • Great suthor

    By Sahluk
    Another smashing Grace story. Think I have read all in the series so far, in a higgeldy piggeldy fashion, that I almost feel I would recognise him in the street. Great stories and great characters- please don't stop
  • Dead Tomorrow

    By Meeksue
    Brilliant brilliant brilliant could not put it down, masterfully written and gripping at every turn. Since reading 'Dead Simple' the first in the Roy Grace Series, which got me hooked immediately from the first chapter, I am making my way through the rest of the series. I love the continuation of the characters stories. My next job is to down load the next in the series. If you enjoy crime fiction and have not read Peter James yet give him a whirl you will not be disappointed.
  • Excellent

    By Mac6789
    I just had to write this, which I have never done before, your work is one of the best that I have ever read before as living on the Sussex coast I can relate to most of the scenes and places,and it makes reading your books so enjoyable and hard to put down. So please let there be many more. Mac 6789
  • Dead Tomorrow

    By Billybob640
    Got going and kept my interest in the last quarter of the book. A big struggle to get through the prior 3/4.
  • Dead Tomorrow

    By Snow shoes
    Great story line. Well written and researched. Only problem found it hard to put down and get on with my chores!! Many thanks Mr James
  • Ok, but not as good as the others!!

    By Skaro
    I've read all of the Roy Grace series so far and loved them, barely able to put them down. Sadly this one didn't have quite the same appeal. It's still a good read, but in my opinion it doesn't quite hook you in like the other books. There's no real plot twists & turns - nothing that makes you stop and gasp "Oh my god...wait until you get to this bit!". Having said that I'm off back into the store to buy Dead Man's Grip so it can't have been that bad :)
  • Another great Peter James read

    By Paul T
    As ever a great read, several concurrent stories and a great twist at the end
  • An in-between novel

    By GBOxford
    I've become quite a fan of Roy Grace and his world as described by Peter James. Unfortunately this book isn't quite up to the usual standard. The tension which normally builds through to a crescendo just isn't quite there. There is a sense that somehow we don't quite care enough about the characters or the plot. There is quite a bit of back story for Roy, so it feels like an exposition scene in a movie where you have to have the scene to explain what comes next, and they try to make it exciting, but there's no getting away from the fact that what comes next is more important. (it was the print version I read).