Review by Norma: Find Her

Find Her (Detective D.D. Warren, #8)Find Her by Lisa Gardner

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Date read:  November 18 – 22, 2016

I am a huge fan of LISA GARDNER and have read all of her books. I always find myself waiting patiently for her next book release.

Although FIND HER didn’t actually “wow” me it still gets a 5* rating from me because I wasn’t able to guess the outcome on this one and it was a strong, solid read. But, not guessing the outcome isn’t uncommon for me as Lisa Gardner pulls you into the storyline and I just want to be in the moment with D. D. Warren’s case as it unfolds and don’t find myself wanting to guess. She puts in lots of twists to keep you guessing, everyone is a suspect. FIND HER is a fitting title which was a gripping murder mystery thriller right from the very first page and we learn so much of what she is trying to portray with her characters. I loved the pace and the way that she keeps you interested throughout the whole novel. Her characters are believable, relatable, and very human.

The story was told with two different points of view that of Flora’s (original kidnap survivor) which would alternate from past memories to present situation and Lisa Gardner’s continuing character of the Boston PD, Detective D. D. Warren.

LISA GARDNER has done an excellent job with this book. The storyline was executed very well and was easy to follow along with all the characters involved. It did take me a little longer to read this one but that was only because I didn’t get much spare time to read over the weekend.

It was a suspense filled, fast-paced, quick, and easy read with a very satisfying ending. Would recommend!