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By Iris Johansen | Comments: ( 905 ) | Date: ( Nov 12, 2019 )

Catherine Ling raised on the streets of Hong Kong, she has been a shadowy CIA operative since she was fourteen years old There are only a few things in life she cares for One is her son, kidnapped when he was two Catherine has only recently been reunited with him and the vow of her heart is never to let him face danger again The other is her mentor, Hu Chang MysterioCatherine Ling raised on the streets of Hong Kong, she has been a shadowy CIA operative since she was fourteen years old There are only a few things in life she cares for One is her son, kidnapped when he was two Catherine has only recently been reunited with him and the vow of her heart is never to let him face danger again The other is her mentor, Hu Chang Mysterious, brilliant, and deadly, Hu Chang taught Catherine everything she knows and she is loyal to him Now Hu Chang is calling Catherine to a new task rescue an imprisoned journalist in Tibet a woman who has been subjected to unspeakable horrors Her connection to Hu Chang is unknown What s also unknown is that Catherine will be going up against a man whose crimes have stretched back into this area for forty years Is Catherine being used as a pawn by Hu Chang Can she save a woman she s never even met And will either of them live to see tomorrow


  • Title: Live to See Tomorrow
  • Author: Iris Johansen
  • ISBN: 9781250020048
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Iris Johansen

Iris Johansen is a New York Times bestselling author She began her writing after her children left home for college She first achieved success in the early 1980s writing category romances In 1991, Johansen began writing suspense historical romance novels, starting with the publication of The Wind Dancer In 1996 Johansen switched genres, turning to crime fiction, with which she has had great success She lives in Georgia and is married Her son, Roy Johansen, is an Edgar Award winning screenwriter and novelist Her daughter, Tamara, serves as her research assistantIS JOHANSEN is The New York Times bestselling author of Night and Day, Hide Away, Shadow Play, Your Next Breath, The Perfect Witness, Live to See Tomorrow, Silencing Eve, Hunting Eve, Taking Eve, Sleep No More, What Doesn t Kill You, Bonnie, Quinn, Eve, Chasing The Night, Eight Days to Live, Blood Game, Deadlock, Dark Summer, Pandora s Daughter, Quicksand, Killer Dreams, On The Run, and And with her son, Roy Johansen, she has coauthored Night Watch, The Naked Eye, Sight Unseen, Close Your Eyes, Shadow Zone, Storm Cycle, and Silent Thunderisjohansen



Comments Live to See Tomorrow

  • Alex is The Romance Fox

    Catherine Ling, the dangerous and beautiful CIA agent and superspy is back!!!I was really looking forward to this book after /book/show/1 , which I enjoyed a lot.Catherine is travelling to Hong Kong, to spend time with Luke, her son, who she had left in the care of her friend Hu Chang, whilst she was on her last mission.Of course, things never work out as he plans. Venables, her CIA boss asks her to rescue Erin Sullivan, an American journalist being held as prisoner by a ruthless criminal, in th [...]


  • ♆ BookAddict✒ La Crimson Femme

    This series just gets better and better for me. It's as if the stories are written for me! I can't wait to read the next book. I really like Catherine Ling. The fact that she is Chinese probably helps quite a bit. I love her drive, intensity, troubleshooting capability and her git 'er done attitude. She is a bit different than me because she needs to have so much control over everything. (*shut up peanut gallery*)In this third book, she meets the mysterious Cameron who is a guardian. He's strong [...]


  • Marsha Spohn

    I am a book-aholic. I freely admit to that. It’s not unusual for me to finish novels quickly – but it is unusual to finish a hardback in one sitting. ( not unheard of ) but still this novel got hold of me and never let go until the last word.Live To See Tomorrow is Catherine Ling’s book – although there is a brief mention of Eve Duncan, if you've hesitated to pick up this book thinking it is part of an ongoing series – don’t. It is a purely stand alone featuring Catherine and her “ [...]


  • Maureen ~Bitch Can Write A Book

    I never pass up a book by Iris Johansen, I'm surprised and a little undecided if I like the turn of events.As usual Catherine Ling did not disappoint. She is badass and I love that about her. I also like the slow evolution of her relationship with her son Luke, sometimes it's hard to believe he is 11. And as usual Hu Chang is both an enigma and strength personified. Erin's story was heartbreaking and tough at times. The wildcard wasCameron. I like him and the whole storyline fascinated me but I [...]


  • Hapzydeco

    A disappointing return for Iris Johansen's Catherine Ling series. Mental telepathy, really? Look forward to Ling returning in an honest thriller.


  • Sloan McBride

    Catherine grew up on the streets of Hong Kong. She was a seller of information until at the age of 14, she was recruited by the CIA. There are two things Catherine loves…her son, Luke, and Hu Chang, her mentor. When Luke was two years old, he was kidnapped. It took nine years for Catherine to get him back, and she’s trying to build a relationship. Her plan is to take time off to spend with Luke and Hu Chang until she learns about Erin Sullivan, an American journalist with ties to Hu Chang wh [...]


  • Dolly

    Vintage Johansen!! Thoroughly enjoying Catherine Ling's character.What I liked: I started reading Iris Johansen so long ago and fell in love with her writing style and the voices of her characters. I kind of fell off the wagon when she devoted so many books to Eve. I just got tired of all of Eve's angst. Now, I've fallen in love with her books again and it's thanks to Catherine Ling. She's kick butt, has to be in charge and there's a sense of honor in all her dealings with those around her.The c [...]


  • Barbara ★

    CIA operative Catherine Ling had a really tough childhood on the streets of Hong Kong where Hu Chang rescued her (for the most part). Her 2 year old son was kidnapped by a Russian terrorist and forced to live by his rules for 9 very long years. Catherine has finally gotten Luke back and she's having difficulty adjusting to an 11 year old boy who acts much older. Catherine is tasked with rescuing a journalist from a Tibetan stronghold where she is being tortured unmercifully by Cadmus, a terrible [...]


  • Amber

    I hate to disagree with so many of the people who have reviewed this book, but I don't think it was one of Johansen's better books. I say this, knowing that I really like Catherine Ling and find her to be a really interesting character. Maybe it is me, but I dislike it when authors try and make something to intense and world changing. I really liked Johansen's early works and Eve Duncan novels that were just damn good thrillers and epic chases. They lose me a bit when they start getting into the [...]


  • Ellie

    First, thank you Good Reads for selecting me to receive an advance copy of Iris Johansen's latest book through your giveaways program. Since I am a Johansen's fan and have read nearly all of her books, especially all of those in the Eve Duncan series, I was truly glad to have the opportunity to have read her latest before it was released. Once again, I was not disappointed with one of Johansen's stories. Her characters are always memorable, and was glad for another story with Catherine Ling and [...]


  • Eve

    Live to See Tomorrow by Iris JohansenSeries: Catherine Ling, book 3Romantic Suspense / MysteryA CIA operative, Catherine Ling is heading home thinking of spending time with her long-lost son, Luke and her friend/mentor, Hu Shang when she gets a call from her boss, Venable. Turns out that she's needed for the rescue operation of an imprisoned journalist in Tibet--a woman who has been subjected to unspeakable horrors. And so the story begins.ng from Hong Kong to the Himalayas to San Francisco.Over [...]


  • Bob

    Catherine Ling is convinced to make a solo rescue of a journalist who is being held captive by a "warlord" in a mountain top temple in Tibet.In the process she encounters Cameron, an enforcer and trouble shooter for a secretive group with world wide connections supposedly working to "make the world a better place" and preparing to rebuild if there is a world wide catastrophe. The warlord has the idea that capturing Cameron will give him knowledge to make a world wide leader and is set on capturi [...]


  • Sally Lindsay-briggs

    Catherine is good at extraction, fighting, is headstrong and very smart. She is sent to Tibet to rescue a woman has been kidnapped and tortured. She is assisted by Cameron and her long time friend HuChang. They are hindered by a man drunk on power, Kadmus. There is non stop action, gun fights and considerable romance. This book demonstrates the power of mind reading, Cameron is very talented at it. I can't read people but this book was a treasure.


  • Christine

    I really like Catherine and everything about her kick arse attitude. Seeing her bond with Luke was great because it was past time but also a little sad because he didn't have a childhood and is a grown up in most ways. Cameron was sure a surprise. I understand Catherine is lonely but I am not sure if he was the best guy for her. I miss John and I felt like they had a better connection. Maybe the two will collide in the next book?


  • Reindert Van Zwaal

    Overall a bit less than I'm used from Johansen. Too many parts that had not much happening and lacked tension. The first half was quite straight forward and predictable. Relationwise the novel was quite good though, with Luke getting quite a character on it's own. An enjoyable read.


  • Cornerofmadness

    I picked this up as an audiobook for a trip and I didn’t know it wasn’t a stand alone. I figured that out quickly but you didn’t really need to read the rest of them to understand this. It was hard to rate. Based on the first part of the novel I would have rated it around a 4 star read, the middle a three and the end a one. Also this one has telepathy/psychic abilities as a major part of it so if you don’t like that (I love it personally) then you will be bitterly disappointed.It opens w [...]


  • Sojourner

    Live to See Tomorrow by Iris Johansen is the third book in the Catherine Ling series. The series follow the exploits of Catherine Ling, a CIA agent, who is entrusted the challenging task of saving the life of an American journalist, Erin Sullivan, who disappeared in Tibet. As the missing journalist is personally known to Hu Chang, Catherine’s mentor, she cannot possibly decline the request to find him as Hu Chang would be compelled to trace Erin on his own.Catherine embarks on a dangerous miss [...]


  • Michelle

    I think this may be the last I read of this author. I'm sick of how antagonistic the heroines are towards all men. They are supposed to be strong women but it seems like the only words/phrases they know are "damn it" and "you bastard" or "that bastard". They are rude to most people and don't seem to have the ability to form healthy relationships or call men by their first name. It gets really old and is a theme across all of Iris Johansen's books now. Unfortunately Catherine Ling has become anot [...]


  • Debra

    I did not want this book to end. Catherine, her son Luke, and her mentor Hu Chang are already fascinating characters that I can't get enough of but add in Cameron and I didn't want the story to end.Catherine Ling is a CIA agent sent to Tibet to rescue journalist Erin Sullivan, who is being held and tortured by Kadmus, a criminal who rules by torture and intimidation. While escaping and trying to evade Kadmus and his army, Cameron comes to Catherine in her mind. He is a powerful telepath, the Gua [...]


  • Leigh Ann

    This is by the same author as the Eve Duncan series, but this series shoots off and the main character is Katherine Ling. I absolutely loved this book, the story line was captivating. She always deals with the bizarre and in this story one of the main characters can speak to her mind, not verbally. The story line is to save a newspaper journalist who has been captured and tortured. The only reason I did not give it all 5 stars is it has a LOT of sex, more than normal books. Otherwise it kept me [...]


  • Mary T

    I enjoy reading Johansen's books --am re-reading many of the Eve Duncan series. Was looking forward to the Catherine Ling series --and then there was this book. Most of Johansen's books are believable --mostly believable. This one was not. Cameron's powers to enter one's mind is too far fetched. And the foreplay and sex were of a "dime store" quality. Too many pages were spent leading up to when Cameron and Catherine would have sex. Cheesy stuff.


  • Shanna

    3.5This was my first book with these characters. It wasn't amazing but I would read more if I came across them cheap, lol. I've only read one other book by this author. I've heard a lot of good things about this author so I do plan on reading more by her.


  • Cathy Biggers

    Another great mystery thriller from Iris Johansen!


  • Kim

    Thriller with a lot of soft porn and a little supernatural thrown in.


  • Karen

    Great story. Suspenseful.


  • Mel

    What can I say I just love Catherine Ling, such a strong main lead! You won't be bale to put the book down!


  • Sherry

    Iris Johansen has to be one of my all time favorite authors.


  • Ruth Anne

    Catherine Ling meets someone like herself.


  • Roma Del

    Well written


  • Heather

    Title: Live to See TomorrowAuthor: Iris JohansenSeries: Catherine Ling #3Synopsis (from bn): Catherine Ling is one of the CIA’s most prized operatives. Raised on the unforgiving streets of Hong Kong, she was pulled into the agency at the age of fourteen, already having accumulated more insight and secrets than the most seasoned professionals in her world. If life has taught her anything, it is not to get attached, but there are two exceptions to that rule: her son Luke and her mentor Hu Chang. [...]


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