Internationally bestselling author Tess Gerritsen has been making book trailers and other literary video content for more than a decade.
She’s the author of many books, but most people know her because of her series about homicide detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner Maura Isles–the inspiration for TNT’s “Rizzoli & Isles” show
In this BookReels special feature, we go through her literary video portfolio and share our favorite videos.
The Silent Girl Book Trailer
“The silent girl opens up with a murder in Boston’s china town and there’s one particular clue that everyone is baffled by. There are these strange hair that are left o n the clothing and the hairs turn out to be monkey hairs. so what is a monkey doing on a crime scene and what does it have to do with the murder?”
Ice Cold Book Trailer
“Four tourists were killed last week when their rented surburbian verred over the edge and plummeted 50 feet into a ravine. The names of the victims have now been intdentified. Among them was Dr. Maura Isles of Boston Massachusetts.”
The Keepsake Book Trailer
“They call her madam x. Shes over two thousand years old or so everyone believes until they find teh bullet in her leg. Now detective Jane Rizzoli and pathologist Maura Isles must outwit a monstor that preserves his victims for eternity. A monster who has already chosen his next victim to keep him company.”
Island Zero Movie Trailer
Most recently, Gerritsen wrote a film script for this thriller…
“Inhabitants of a fishing island off the coast of Maine find themselves mysteriously cut off from the outside world after the ferry suddenly stops coming. All the phones have gone dead and every boat sent to the mainland fails to return. When dead bodies turn up along the water’s edge, the hardy band of survivors must find out who, or what, is killing them.”
Tess Gerritsen Talks About Last To Die
“In the tenth book last to die we are following the lives of three interesting children. they are all orphans and they are all survivors of family massacres that had happened in different cities around the world.”
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