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    A new D.D. Warren Novel!

    Find Her is Lisa Gardner’s latest D.D. Warren book (the eighth book in series). Florence “Flora” Dane was kidnapped seven years previously and held captive for 472 days by Jacob Ness (what a horrible experience). Flora has never returned to the happy go lucky girl she was before the attack. Sergeant Detective D.D. Warren is called out to a scene and finds Flora Dane naked with zip ties on her wrists. A bartender “rescued” her at a bar and then kidnapped her. Flora used resources in the garage (where he put her) to attack him. The man is now dead (and a little crispy). Warren finds out that this is the fourth such incident that Flora has been involved in. Was Flora an innocent victim in these incidents or a vigilante? Stacey Summers, a Boston College student, is missing. No one has been able to find her. Then Flora goes missing. Are the cases related? Was Flora kidnapped or is she trying to rescue Stacey on her own (playing vigilante again)? Follow D.D. Warren as she sets out to find both women. Find Her is different from Lisa Gardner’s other books. The majority of the book is written from the victim’s point-of-view. How it feels to be kept in a small box by a kidnapper. It goes on for many, many pages. It was just not enjoyable or a good part of the book. I like the crime. Following the mystery to the end (this part of the book was good). These parts with the victim (what she was thinking, doing, what the attacked did to her) seemed to drag and were difficult to get through (I started skimming through them). I give Find Her 3.5 out of 5 stars. The novel is just not up to Lisa Gardner’s normal standards. This will not, though, stop me from reading her books in the future. I received a complimentary copy of Find Her from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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    Find Her

    I liked the majoriy of the story but I didn't like the parts of the victim retelling of her experiences at all, I would skip over all those sections, as the police sections were the parts I enjoyed.
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    Find Her

    One of the best books I have ever read. I read a lot of mysterys. I have read all of Lisa's novels, all have been excellent. It's 6 am, I could not put the book down. Time for sleep!
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    Fast paced thriller

    Lisa Gardner is so good at writing a thriller!!!!! Her books are filled with the unexpected at every turn and they don't stop until the very end. Just when you think you may have a piece of the story figured out she pulls the rug right out from under your feet. I can't recommend this book enough!!!!
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    Find her

    This. Book was full of mystery, constantly leaving you on the edge of your seat wondering what's next. The suspense, nystery with a who done it and constantly wondering whats next . Good stuff
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