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On board an unstoppable train the truth of the past finally unfolds, but will it be at the expense of everyone’s life on board the deadly express? FBI agent Emma Griffin is starting to get her life back on track. But as she gets used to the changes in her career and settling into her personal life, questions about her past continue to haunt her. When a mysterious letter appea On board an unstoppable train the truth of the past finally unfolds, but will it be at the expense of everyone’s life on board the deadly express? FBI agent Emma Griffin is starting to get her life back on track. But as she gets used to the changes in her career and settling into her personal life, questions about her past continue to haunt her. When a mysterious letter appears from Feathered Nest asking Emma to help, suspicion arises. She’s being lured onto the train and she doesn’t know why. But she can’t ignore it. This is her fight, and she won’t back down. With Sam on the train an hour behind her, Emma begins the journey. Four hours closed in the train. A strange fellow passenger and a note appearing at her seat send her into an empty passenger car, where she finds the body of a murdered man, and a message addressed to her. Warned not to call police or let the train stop for any reason, Emma is drawn into a sick and twisted game where the painful memories of her family are used to taunt and threaten her. The minutes tick by, bringing her closer to destruction. A huge storm is brewing, and Emma must face it head on if she wants to survive long enough to learn the hidden secrets of her past. The Girl and the Deadly Express is the fifth book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone.


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On board an unstoppable train the truth of the past finally unfolds, but will it be at the expense of everyone’s life on board the deadly express? FBI agent Emma Griffin is starting to get her life back on track. But as she gets used to the changes in her career and settling into her personal life, questions about her past continue to haunt her. When a mysterious letter appea On board an unstoppable train the truth of the past finally unfolds, but will it be at the expense of everyone’s life on board the deadly express? FBI agent Emma Griffin is starting to get her life back on track. But as she gets used to the changes in her career and settling into her personal life, questions about her past continue to haunt her. When a mysterious letter appears from Feathered Nest asking Emma to help, suspicion arises. She’s being lured onto the train and she doesn’t know why. But she can’t ignore it. This is her fight, and she won’t back down. With Sam on the train an hour behind her, Emma begins the journey. Four hours closed in the train. A strange fellow passenger and a note appearing at her seat send her into an empty passenger car, where she finds the body of a murdered man, and a message addressed to her. Warned not to call police or let the train stop for any reason, Emma is drawn into a sick and twisted game where the painful memories of her family are used to taunt and threaten her. The minutes tick by, bringing her closer to destruction. A huge storm is brewing, and Emma must face it head on if she wants to survive long enough to learn the hidden secrets of her past. The Girl and the Deadly Express is the fifth book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone.

30 review for The Girl And The Deadly Express

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Book 5 in the Emma Stone FBI Mystery Series is absolutely brilliant! The entire series is compelling and exceptional. I have to say though, that this book is the best in this series, so far! There are many storyline threads, present, recent past, not-so-recent past and a long time ago. All these threads are part of what makes this book so incredible. The way the author pulls these storyline threads, slowly and methodically, is what makes reading a psychological thriller such an engrossing experi Book 5 in the Emma Stone FBI Mystery Series is absolutely brilliant! The entire series is compelling and exceptional. I have to say though, that this book is the best in this series, so far! There are many storyline threads, present, recent past, not-so-recent past and a long time ago. All these threads are part of what makes this book so incredible. The way the author pulls these storyline threads, slowly and methodically, is what makes reading a psychological thriller such an engrossing experience. The characters are compelling and engaging. This author and this series are masterfully created and the result is exquisite! Highest recommendation!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sara Estrada

    Another great book by this author and cannot wait to the next one comes up.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lynn DeLano

    Disappointed I’m disappointed in this book, even though it gives more insight into what’s really going on in the series so far this is my least favorite so far. Still a good mystery series

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Borquez

    In all the series books, this one, strung on the longest. Took a lot to keep focused and to finish the book. I hope book 6 isn't like this.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leah Parker

    Interesting, but This series goes on and on; and I am about to give up on it. It seems according to the reviews the sixth book doesn't end it either. I am not going to read the next one until I know the seventh one finishes the series. They are suppose to be stand alone, but that is not true. Each story is part of the final puzzle. If there author wants to write about Emma, fine, but she needs to finish the one about Emma. At present I feel like I have wasted money on this series. I quit favorite Interesting, but This series goes on and on; and I am about to give up on it. It seems according to the reviews the sixth book doesn't end it either. I am not going to read the next one until I know the seventh one finishes the series. They are suppose to be stand alone, but that is not true. Each story is part of the final puzzle. If there author wants to write about Emma, fine, but she needs to finish the one about Emma. At present I feel like I have wasted money on this series. I quit favorite tv shows when they start down a path like this.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Harlen Ulrich

    The previous book in this series was so good! This book however, was too confusing for me to follow. It jumped back to past events too many times for my liking. I do enjoy the main characters; they make the story interesting.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Aimee

    Not One of My Favorites I have been reading the Emma Griffin series and have pretty much enjoyed them. I like Sam's character more than I do Emma's. But, I think this book gets a bit confusing with the back-and-forth story line. And there are several men not mentioned by a real name, you don't know who they are, so it makes it hard to follow that part of the story line. I typically don't mind books in this format. I don't have a hard time keeping up. But this felt a bit like a jumbled mess trying Not One of My Favorites I have been reading the Emma Griffin series and have pretty much enjoyed them. I like Sam's character more than I do Emma's. But, I think this book gets a bit confusing with the back-and-forth story line. And there are several men not mentioned by a real name, you don't know who they are, so it makes it hard to follow that part of the story line. I typically don't mind books in this format. I don't have a hard time keeping up. But this felt a bit like a jumbled mess trying to keep it clear who these men are. Then, jump back to current day, Emma's story, and I don't know why one, two, or all of those men hate her so much. I gave The Girl and the Deadly Express only 3 stars.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Virginia D. Hayward

    First book okay This book was ridiculous. It just dragged on and on.😑 I don't think I will even continue with the series

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lindy Crichton Bezuidenhout

    I have read all 5 books in this series over the past 2 to 3 months and I am sorry to say but it is time to put an end to it. Books 1 to 3 were great, 4 was good and 5 is just too much. There are too many threads and plots and it is no longer enjoyable and filled with suspense. It has now become a struggle to get through. Experienced writers can keep a series going forever and it is great. I don’t think A.J Rivers is completely there yet.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mafalda

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I do not understand the positive reviews. I have invested so much time into this series and it just feels like we get more characters and no true answers, more questions and not much closer to what happens to her father and the circumstances of her father’s death. It’s just taking too long to get to the end of this back story that’s been sitting in the backdrop since Book 1. Very frustrating- there’s no finality and now it’s become completely far fetched and going in circles.

  11. 4 out of 5

    bonnie kirchner

    The Girl and the Deadly Express This book was so confusing for me. It jump from one story to another. I still don't understand what the story is about. Good luck to people who are it. Hope you can make sense of the story. I could not.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cath

    This is book five in the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery series and has the main character Emma, just starting to get her life back together after the events of the previous year, when she worked undercover in the small town of Feathered Nest. It is a town of a multitude of secrets and many are still to be uncovered. The first third of the book, I must admit really put me off and I almost gave up on it! There are chapters by strangely named characters called Him; Lamb; some take place now and then some This is book five in the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery series and has the main character Emma, just starting to get her life back together after the events of the previous year, when she worked undercover in the small town of Feathered Nest. It is a town of a multitude of secrets and many are still to be uncovered. The first third of the book, I must admit really put me off and I almost gave up on it! There are chapters by strangely named characters called Him; Lamb; some take place now and then some more take place some seventeen years before. The weird chapters with Him, Lamb, Lotan and so on, just made me want to give up as they made no sense. Emma has been given a clip of video from her last investigation into a woman called Mary Preston which raise more questions about who her parents really were and what they did, and other women with the same initials, M.P., who may be linked in. There is loads of investigation, line by line, of this characters social media, looking for clues, and this is repeated throughout the book. It only really got going for me, when Emma took a train back to Feathered Nest, when a note was dropped off at her door, suspiciously at night, possibly by hand, with a train ticket in and asking for her to come and see a certain old lady in the town. She can’t call her, as she has no contact details and it is all a bit odd! It is a few days before her train is leaving, so not really an urgent request. Emma does at least think there might be something dodgy about this request and her boyfriend Sam follows her on a train an hour later, the train she was supposed to have been on. Someone lured her onto the train and they have a game they want her to play along with. If she doesn’t, or can’t solve the clues they leave for her on both trains, in time, then everyone could die. She thought there was no-one seated behind her on the fairly empty earlier train, but on returning from the buffet car, someone has taken her laptop out of her bag, which was under the seat in front, and left a cryptic note on it. There is also, now a strange man seated behind her and a man has disappeared that was seated in front of her, that the conductor seems to know by name. Someone is playing a sick game with her and has left bodies behind for her to find, in what should have been empty carriages. She is warned against calling the police or letting the train stop, so can’t involve anyone else other than her boyfriend. This opponent seems to know a lot about Emma and her early life, details she thought only her parents would have known and which she has never told anyone else, not even Sam. Another of these strange characters is angry that someone is targeting Emma and aims to do something about this, probably in a future book. All lines seem to end in Feathered Nest and there is more to unravel, before any truth is found. A complicated read and one that you certainly have to stick with. It would obviously help if you have read all the other books in this series, but the odd mutterings and tales of brainwashing of followers, doesn’t help to understand what those parts of the book are about. I’m glad I actually finished the book, only for the excitement of the actual train journey and the problems Emma and Sam have to solve, in a tight time frame. That was its redeeming factor. I received an ARC copy of this book from BookSprout and I have freely given my own opinion of the book above.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Randolph A Rossi

    Agent Emma Griffin Takes the Train Ride of Her Life Just as things are settling down in Sherwood for Emma and Sheriff Johnson, she receives in the mail a request to meet along with a train ticket from a resident of Feathered Nest. Emma decides to take an earlier train and Sheriff Johnson takes the train that she had the ticket for, so begins an exciting and deadly trip for both of them. This ride includes murdered passengers and a clues that direct Emma to discover and disarm a bomb before the tr Agent Emma Griffin Takes the Train Ride of Her Life Just as things are settling down in Sherwood for Emma and Sheriff Johnson, she receives in the mail a request to meet along with a train ticket from a resident of Feathered Nest. Emma decides to take an earlier train and Sheriff Johnson takes the train that she had the ticket for, so begins an exciting and deadly trip for both of them. This ride includes murdered passengers and a clues that direct Emma to discover and disarm a bomb before the train reaches the Feathered Nest Station. Will Emma or Sheriff Johnson find and deactivates the bomb in time? Read this exciting book and find out.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sherilynne DeMaio

    A tapestry of plots within plots I'm thoroughly hooked! Rivers has thought through her long game with this series. The characters are engaging, with the strong female lead being complex enough to make me want to understand her better, to care about her though she's crusty, to like her. Each book in the series presents an exciting mystery in itself, but they are all woven together within a larger, deeper, tale tried to the past. You will not regret the hours you'll spend immersed in the life of Emm A tapestry of plots within plots I'm thoroughly hooked! Rivers has thought through her long game with this series. The characters are engaging, with the strong female lead being complex enough to make me want to understand her better, to care about her though she's crusty, to like her. Each book in the series presents an exciting mystery in itself, but they are all woven together within a larger, deeper, tale tried to the past. You will not regret the hours you'll spend immersed in the life of Emma Griffin and the people in her life. This series is well worth your time. Now, onto the next book! What secrets will you reveal this time, Rivers?

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lila

    Hauntingly exciting I found this book to be very interesting and always keeping you in your toes. The suspense that's going around Emma never stops its amazing how she figured things out with out looking herself in the case.I found that I couldn't put this book or any of others down.I can't wait to read the next one

  16. 4 out of 5

    Polly J. Van Benthusen

    I'm hooked! What a plot and what a winding road this book takes you on. Small pieces are coming together but it's like looking through saran wrap. You feel like the answer is right around the corner but instead another twist comes out of nowhere. I have enjoyed this series and can't wait for the next one. Excellent mystery that just keeps you guessing!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    The 5th book in the Emma Griffin series is my least favorite. There is a lot of mystery and a few murders but nothing get solved. We get more background information on her missing father and ex-boyfriend but with that come more questions than answers. Now I have to read the next book to find out some of those answers.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Judy Stepp

    Nail biting! Such detective work! How Emma could figure out the clues was mind blowing. I am thoroughly confused with the different people's perspective and time frames. I am finally told who the lamb is, but so many people involved is a bit confusing. But, great writing and such a vivid imagination ! Can't wait to read the next book and find out who some of these people are.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Pace

    The Train I really like this series. It has peaked my interest from book one. I would recommend this series to anyone. I don't tell what is in the books I read.That is for you to read and find out. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. Thank you A.J.Rivers. Off to the next book in this series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

    I’ve never become this irritated with a book series. Way too much jumping back and forth between mysterious characters with odd names and it just became annoying. I think I’m just going to peek at the last book in the series to see if I can find out who killed Emma’s mom and be done with this mess.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    The Girl and the Deadly Express I have read all of the Emma Griffin books and I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your books. Great read 👍

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    Still good...but A bit more confusing, but the plot with just Emma and Sam was good. I like Sam a lot better this time than I did in the last book. The memory scenes are a bit choppy and confusing. Overall this one wasn’t my favorite.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gwen Myers

    Good series, but I have enjoyed this series, but was disappointed that I still have 2 books to go. I’m ready to find out about Emma’s past. I think some books just drag on too long.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lorraine

    ANOTHER AWESOME READ!! Emma and Sam are on a train. Things are happening, that they just can't figure out. Will they sort out, what is going on and exactly who is involved? A read, you can't put down, until the very end!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jessie Logan

    Best book in series so far I have liked all the books so far but this one was the best of them all. The action, the ones where you think you know where it is going and then it takes a turn. Slightly off or very far off, but just enough to keep you thinking along with Emma.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Mystery and suspense Storyline a little difficult to follow at times. A lot of jumping back and forth in time and scenes. Great suspenseful mystery all the same.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Crickett Woods

    Bold book If you love twists and surprises, you will Iove this series. Right til the very end your mesmerized. Not for the faint of heart though!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jorie

    Edge of my seat Another great story to add to the series. I loved the fast paced storyline and struggled to put this book down.

  29. 5 out of 5

    beverly howard

    Great book Love this series trying to see if there is a number 6 . It keeps you guessing who done what

  30. 5 out of 5

    Retha Laughman

    Confusing A bit confusing at times but I got to the end. Looking forward to next book. When will it be out?

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