Love You More (Detective D. D. Warren Series #5)

Love You More (Detective D. D. Warren Series #5)

by Lisa Gardner

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Overview

WHO DO YOU LOVE?
 
One question, a split-second decision, and Brian Darby lies dead on the kitchen floor. His wife, state police trooper Tessa Leoni, claims to have shot him in self-defense, and bears the bruises to back up her tale. For veteran detective D. D. Warren it should be an open-and-shut case. But where is their six-year-old daughter?
 
AND HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO . . .
 
As the homicide investigation ratchets into a frantic statewide search for a missing child, D. D. Warren must partner with former lover Bobby Dodge to break through the blue wall of police brotherhood, seeking to understand the inner workings of a trooper’s mind while also unearthing family secrets. Would a trained police officer truly shoot her own husband? And would a mother harm her own child?
 
. . . TO SAVE HER?
 
For Tessa Leoni, the worst has not yet happened. She is walking a tightrope, with nowhere to turn, no one to trust, as the clock ticks down to a terrifying deadline. She has one goal in sight, and she will use every ounce of her training, every trick at her disposal, to do what must be done. No sacrifice is too great, no action unthinkable. A mother knows who she loves. And all others will be made to pay.
 
Love you more . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553807257
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/08/2011
Series: Detective D. D. Warren Series , #5
Pages: 356
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Lisa Gardner is the New York Times bestselling author of thirteen novels. Her Detective D. D. Warren novels include Live to Tell, Hide, Alone, and the International Thriller Writers’ Award-winning novel The Neighbor. Her FBI Profiler novels include Say Goodbye, Gone, The Killing Hour, The Next Accident, and The Third Victim. She lives with her family in New England.

Read an Excerpt

Who do you love?

It’s a question anyone should be able to answer. A question that defines a life, creates a future, guides most minutes of one’s days. Simple, elegant, encompassing.

Who do you love?

He asked the question, and I felt the answer in the weight of my duty belt, the constrictive confines of my armored vest, the tight brim of my trooper’s hat, pulled low over my brow. I reached down slowly, my fingers just brushing the top of my Sig Sauer, holstered at my hip.

"Who do you love?" he cried again, louder now, more insistent.

My fingers bypassed my state- issued weapon, finding the black leather keeper that held my duty belt to my waist. The Velcro rasped loudly as I unfastened the first band, then the second, third, fourth. I worked the metal buckle, then my twenty pound duty belt, complete with my sidearm, Taser, and collapsible steel baton released from my waist and dangled in the space between us.

"Don’t do this," I whispered, one last shot at reason.

He merely smiled. "Too little, too late."

"Where’s Sophie? What did you do?"

"Belt. On the table. Now."

"No."

"GUN. On the table. NOW!"

In response, I widened my stance, squaring off in the middle of the kitchen, duty belt still suspended from my left hand. Four years of my life, patrolling the highways of Massachusetts, swearing to defend and protect. I had training and experience on my side.

I could go for my gun. Commit to the act, grab the Sig Sauer, and start  shooting.

Sig Sauer was holstered at an awkward angle that would cost me precious seconds. He was watching, waiting for any sudden movement. Failure would be firmly and terribly punished.

Who do you love?

He was right. That’s what it came down to in the end. Who did you love and how much would you risk for them?

"GUN!" he boomed. "Now, dammit!"

I thought of my six- year- old daughter, the scent of her hair, the feel of her skinny arms wrapped tight around my neck, the sound of her voice as I tucked her in bed each night. "Love you, Mommy," she always whispered.

Love you, too, baby. Love you. 

His arm moved, first tentative stretch for the suspended duty belt, my holstered weapon.

One last chance . . .

I looked my husband in the eye. A single heartbeat of time.

Who do you love?

I made my decision. I set down my trooper’s belt on the kitchen table.

And he grabbed my Sig Sauer and opened fire.

What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher

“One of  the best thriller writers in the business has written her best book to date.”  —Associated Press

“Having already produced a dozen successful thrillers, Gardner proves herself not only a very clever storyteller here, capable of pulling together a complicated series of events, but also a writer able to invest her characters (particularly her female ones) with emotional substance. Compelling and unexpected, this tale of mystery and maternal devotion shows Gardner at her very best.”  —Booklist

“Gardner's characters are fully drawn…and her taut storytelling and dizzying plot will appeal to fans of Harlan Coben.”  —Library Journal

“Gardner hits an impressive new high with her latest taut thriller….Unbelievably gripping and clever, you won’t want to put it down until the final page!”  
—Romantic Times Book Review

“Gripping….jaw-dropping.”  —Publishers Weekly

"This book had me at the author’s name. Lisa Gardner…no one owns this corner of the genre the way she does—And Love You More might be her best ever."
—Lee Child

"Tessa Leoni is a dedicated single mom when she is swept away by a man who turns out to be the wrong guy. Emotionally true, harrowing, and unputdownable. Brava, Lisa Gardner!"
—Lisa Scottoline

"A heart-pounding tale of family drama by the Mozart of thriller writers.  I could not tear myself away."
—Tess Gerritsen

"I dare you to try and put this book down. Gardner does her homework and loads this thriller chockfull of authentic details, giving readers a front seat ride that will leave you gasping."
—Alex Kava

"Crisp prose, crackling plots, layered characters. A stickler for detail. Lisa Gardner is the best female thriller writer working today."
—Steve Berry

"Lisa Gardner is an amazing writer. Her characters are multi-dimensional and believable, and they tell the kinds of stories that grip you right from the first page."
—Karin Slaughter

"I loved that this book had not just one but two amazing, compelling, complex, and incredibly strong kick-ass female characters."
—Suzanne Brockmann

"Lisa Gardner’s books come with a built-in set of hands. They reach up out of the pages, grab you by the lapels, and hold you until you’ve read to the final, suspense-filled sentence. And Love You More is no exception."
—Linwood Barclay

“It has the chills and thrills to excite, and the heart to draw you in.”
—Sandra Brown

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Why My Dogs Are Better Book Dogs Than Search Dogs By Lisa Gardner

I love my dogs. For the past twelve-years, I’ve been blessed with two Shetland sheepdogs, a bi-black male named Murphy and a blue merle female named Sierra. I will be the first to say they are instrumental to my writing process. There’s no book problem to date a long walk, adoring gaze or quick tail wag can’t fix.

No doubt about it, dogs are good for writers.

Now, my dogs are smart. They’re working dogs, meant to herd sheep (or small children, whichever comes first). Like most shelties, they’re active, family-friendly, and extremely talented. Then, I learned about Search and Recovery canines for my latest novel, Love You More (March 8 Bantam Books). Now here are some dogs that are accomplished, athletic and altruistic. It was enough to make me wonder if maybe I could teach my (admittedly older dogs) some new tricks.

Things went not quite the way I planned.

1. Search and Recovery dogs can be trained to find humans in return for reward; my dogs can be trained to find…Cheerios…in return for…Cheerios.

Remember all those movie scenes, where the handler holds up handkerchief for the search dog to scent, then releases the hound? My first lesson about SAR dogs: No. The team I interviewed with doesn’t train their dogs to find Jane Doe’s scent. They train their dogs to find human scent. Period. Dogs are brought out, revved up and then released to play their favorite game—find the human! By definition, the dog handlers must work downwind of their canines, and the search area must be devoid of other volunteers, or the dogs will return with the county deputy instead of finding Jimmy in the well.

SAR dogs start by training to find live humans, then graduate to finding bodies. The techniques are basic enough I thought I’d try them at home. We started easy: My daughter stood not far from the dogs, holding a cup of Cheerios. I got the dogs to sit, then uttered the command, Go Find! The dogs turned and stared at me. Eventually, they wandered over to my daughter (probably to get away from the crazy lady), where they were pleasantly surprised to receive Cheerios. They became more interested. Next time out, they went straight to my daughter, got their treat. Phase one accomplished.

Phase two, my daughter moved behind a piece of furniture but in the same room. My dogs (brilliant, I tell you!), figured this out pretty quick. Next up, my daughter hid completely out of sight in a different room. This took them longer, but once they found her and earned Cheerios, they became convinced Go Find was the best game ever. I was very pleased. Yes, my dogs are talented.

Then, one day, the dogs caught me getting the Cheerios out of the pantry. You could see the wheels turning in their minds. We like Cheerios. There are the Cheerios. We like Cheerios. There are Cheerios. Sure enough, I told them Go Find, and they obediently ran and sat in front of the pantry. Apparently, the human part never registered for them. They’re just looking for crunchy O’s, and now that they know where they are…

Apparently, if Jimmy falls in a well in our town, he’d better have his pockets filled with Cheerios. Or, my dogs also enjoy Kix.

2. SAR dogs enjoy long walks in all sorts of terrain; my dogs enjoy Tempur-Pedic.

The secret to a successful search is understanding scent. It originates from the target in an ever expanding vector. For a dog to find the target, he or she must find the opening of the cone, then, in a zigzag pattern, trace it back to point of origin. It’s the dog handler’s job to enable these efforts by considering a variety of factors. For example, scent pools at barriers. So when working an open field, a good handler will start with the row of bushes in order to best locate the scent. Also, in the morning, scent rises like a mist, meaning search efforts might start from a bluff. Whereas at night, scent cools and dips low, meaning search efforts might move to the gully. Either way, SAR canines and their handlers need to be prepared to scrabble over boulders, pick their way through rubble, bound across streams and bushwhack through forests. An experienced dog will work two hours, then take a twenty minute break, then work again.

It’s physically demanding endurance work, that five years ago, both my dogs would’ve loved. Now, entering the golden years, their standards have changed. For example, my dogs’ idea of a walk is to their food bowls and back. Scrabbling over boulders…mmm, more like flopping onto a sofa. Like a lot of aging athletes, they have moments of youthful glory—a chattering squirrel that simply demands a good chasing. Then they come limping back, eager for their joint supplements, and of course, Cheerios.

3. SAR dogs don’t mind boats; my dogs don’t mind puking on boats.

Search and Recovery teams are trained for three kinds of searches: Live, cadaver and water. The water part caught me off guard. Dogs working in boats, searching open bodies of water? Seriously? Yes. Turns out, a current of water carries scent just like a current of wind. The handler’s job then, becomes to understand the nature of water, relying on topographical maps, changing temperatures and local knowledge (consults with area fishermen). Handler and dog then goes out in a small boat, where the dog, sniffing and sometimes even snapping at the water, can find cadavers in depths of up to 100 feet.

As for my adorable pooches. We had the bright idea to take them out in a speed boat last year. The fluffy white female who is highly noise sensitive (a Sheltie trait), shuddered, quaked and prayed for deliverance. The male, who is afraid of nothing, bounded around good naturedly for the first five minutes. Then his sweet black face turned green and he started doing things on that boat, you don’t want to read about in this article. We haven’t taken them boating since.

I loved my time with the SAR dogs. Not only did I get great research information for what became one of my favorite scenes in Love You More, but I was humbled and amazed by the dedication of the extremely talented canines and their handlers. So much work and devotion, and they’re not even paid for their efforts. They do it because it’s a calling, a way of giving back, and, in a time of crisis, a way of making a huge difference.

As for my dogs… Maybe SAR work isn’t their thing. But I still insist, they’re the best book dogs out there, not to mention two extremely well-loved members of our family. They helped me out with Love You More. And we hope you enjoy, too.

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Love You More 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 703 reviews.
-Madison- More than 1 year ago
"Love You More" is a thriller and loaded with suspense as Tessa Leoni faces time in Hell trying to prove her innocence. She has been a Massachusetts state trooper for four years and has a beautiful six-year-old daughter, Sophie, and a husband, Brian Darby of three years. Brian has been shot to death and Sophie is missing. Detectives on the case soon suspect Tessa of cold blooded murder, having killed her husband and little girl. The forensic evidence is puzzling, and Leoni, who is less than cooperative, has a battered and swollen face, apparently, from a beating. The situation becomes more complicated and ambiguous, and it is suspected that Tessa has been lying to them from the beginning. This one is just plain intriguing from the beginning and the writing impeccable. Madison Pridgen, A member of Between the Lines book club
Mara Phillips More than 1 year ago
I love all the D.D warren books. this was so worth it! Almost impossible to put down
nancymitchell More than 1 year ago
LOVE YOU MORE begins with a dead man, Brian, whose murder is not just an every day homicide. His wife has been beaten and their young daughter has vanished. Detective DD Warren is called in to investigate. She is joined by State Police investigator Bobby Dodge, her former lover, (previous books). The badly beaten woman is also a State Police Officer. As the detectives try to make sense of the puzzle they initially believe that the husband could have been a wife beater and she had finally had enough and shot him with her own weapon. Nothing is as it seems. The occasional hint of a romantic spark flickers between DD and Bobby as they work together in close proximity. There is plenty of action on this roller coaster ride to keep the reader engrossed. LOVE YOU MORE could be considered a bit over-the-top but the fascinating details about prisons, police procedure, and the challenges the detectives face every day in their work make it totally believable. Gardner keeps the reader entertained and thrilled all the way through this sizzling and brilliant page-turner.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best Lisa Gardner book so far. Fast paced, good read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Her former lover Massachusetts State Police Detective Booby Dodge calls Boston Police Sergeant D.D. Warren to tell her to get her butt over here as they have the worst type of case to investigate. The victim is merchant marine Brian Darby who lies on a kitchen floor in his pool of blood. His wife Massachusetts State Trooper Tessa Leoni confesses she killed her husband but that it was self-defense as he battered her. Missing is her six-year old daughter Sophie. Tessa offers nothing beyond her confession; insisting she has no idea where her daughter is. With a sea of blue sympathy for Tessa, Warren and Dodge work the difficult case in which the death seems obvious but the child's disappearance does not. Warren believes Leone is lying and that the untruths relate to the child, but her efforts to learn the truth and save the kid are hampered by her peers and the mother who refuses to tell her anything but fabrications. This is a great police procedural that grips the audience from the moment Dodge calls Warren and never slows down. The key to this exciting thriller is that all the players including Gertrude behave in a genuine way. As Leoni answers the question "Who do you love?" fans will appreciate Warren's latest investigation (see Live To Tell). Harriet Klausner
maya51 More than 1 year ago
Fast paced as Lisa Gardner books are usually written. Great author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an excellent thriller. I haven't been surprised by a book this much in years. The twists and turns were unexpected and nothing was as it seemed. Loved it!
Ronrose More than 1 year ago
Massachusetts State Trooper Tessa Leoni has a problem. She has been beaten to a pulp, apparently by her husband. He is lying dead on their kitchen floor, with three rounds from her service revolver in his chest. As a topper, her six year old daughter is missing. Boston Police Sergeant D. D. Warren thinks this may be a straight forward case of battered wife kills husband, but why is the daughter missing? Why is Tessa so uncooperative when questioned by the police? Is there something else going on here? As forensic evidence reports come in, it looks more like Tessa may have murdered her husband and possibly her daughter. Tessa isn't talking. Why won't she confide in her fellow officers if she is innocent? Sir Walter Scott got it right when he wrote, "Oh what a tangled web we weave, When first we practise to deceive!" The author, Lisa Gardner is a master manipulator, spinning a web of mystery that will keep you entwined in this action packed story until the thrilling end. This is my first Lisa Gardner novel and I am looking forward to delving into her other books. This book was provided for review by the well read folks at Bantam and the Random House Publishing Group.
Russ_Ilg More than 1 year ago
Love You More by Lisa Gardner Reviewed by Russ Ilg Lisa Gardner was the winner of last years Best Thriller Novel at The Thriller Writers Convention in New York City for The Neighbor. A huge honor for any writer and well deserved for one of the best in the industry. Now she has her next smash hit ready to hit the stores, Love You More. I really felt that she had reached her stride in The Neighbor and was hoping she could do just as well with her new book. Well was I thrown a curve. She not only matched her best to date but blew it right out of the water. I usually read 4-5 books a week and you get to know what to expect from the people you read all the time. I have no idea where this came from but it is by far the most twisted, non-stop thriller I can remember reading in years. The story grabs you the second you pick it up and read the 1st sentence, then hold on, you are about to embark on one of the greatest rides of your life in a book that will not stop for one second. The pace and twist and turns are completely off the charts. You had better have a good nights rest before you start this novel because you will not sleep again until you have finished every last word of it. And do not think it ends there; there will be days to come that all you can think about is what happened in this stellar thriller. The story is so real, it is hard to believe the amount of time Lisa had to spend on the research to get all the details right. It is as if it was ripped right out of the nightly news as the most sensational story in years. I had to keep telling myself it is only a story, it is not real, as every bone in my body was living the story as it unfolded. The real way of knowing how super a talent Lisa has become is to read the book. How anyone is able to see so far ahead in a story so detailed and in completely uncharted territory. Lisa has done what no author has been able to do since I was a teenager and I qualify for AARP now. She drew me in so deep that I was unable to have a clue where the story would go. I used the word story but it was much more than that: Every word and every page was a step to the end that turned into another bizarre twist that blew me away. A book is like a movie to me; I picture the whole thing unfolding in my mind which makes books so rare. They allow you to see what is happening and interpret it in your mind much better than any regular movie or TV episode which shows you what you need to see. There is so much between the lines, under the surface, making this one of the greatest thrillers of all times. If you do not read another book this year and you love thrillers and suspense, this is the one it will stay with you for years to come. It is just so shocking and beyond belief that anyone has this type of ability to bring this altogether. I would love to see someone make a movie of this if they could keep to the book. It would be one of the best of all times. Lisa will being doing a tour of this novel that you can find on her web site or just by goggling her name and clicking on her official website; it lists every place she will be. Do yourself a huge favor and go out a meet her in person, the award winning greatest author of the year. You will have the best time in the world and learn what it takes to be so great. She is by far just a great person like anyone of us and cannot do enough for the people that come and see her. She will answer any question you have and is just plea
RaeSpeak More than 1 year ago
Having not read the back cover, I picking up the book "Love You More", expecting just another calming romance novel filled with drama. While the book was filled to the brim with dramatic plot, the latest stories were not ones of love for a sole mate, but love for one's child, one's husband, who both died in the same night, with the wife left behind. Tessa Leoni was a hard-working state trooper who had been through a lot. Sophie, her six-year old daughter, had been born without a known father, but that didn't stop Tessa from making Sophie her world. When things were at their lowest, a man named Brian Darby steps in as if on cue. The two marry, and everything appears to be better than ever, but could things somehow have gotten worse? All in one night, Tessa is left standing alone and defenseless. Her husband lies dead on the kitchen floor, and her daughter is nowhere in sight. D.D. Warren and Bobby Dodge are in charge of figuring out this seemingly straight-forward case, but things don't go as smoothly as one would suspect. Would a mother really kill her own husband? What about her own child? Tessa must use every ounce of training she has learned. No one may be trusted, and Tessa knows she must do everything in her power to prove who she really loves most. "Love You More" is an extremely fast-paced book. Although I expected a romance novel, I was happily surprised! Not only do you sympathize with characters, but whom you sympathize drastically changes throughout the entire novel. Trooper Leoni definitely knows what she's doing, but in order to find out whom it is she truly loves, and what exactly happened to her entire family all in one night, you will have to open the mystery case yourself.
jk40 More than 1 year ago
i loved the series...need more
j_ray More than 1 year ago
Terrific read, could not put down.
Ash50 More than 1 year ago
A very well thought out book if you like mystery you will love it. Hard to put down
pocosmomRD More than 1 year ago
I have read every one of Lisa Gardner's books. Being a New Englander, I love the familiar settings. But more important is she always takes you on a journey that has twists that stop you in your tracks. Love you more, is a bit slower journey but a delicious one that builds and builds. Enjoy the ride!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. Kept me on the edge of my seat.
Conkie on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This book is awesome! The plot is interesting, twisting, and believable. I love the change in D.D.'s life. The narrators are perfect! Wow!

The prior statements were made when I was 3/4ths through the book. Originally, I rated it 5 stars, but I am dropping it a bit now because the remainder was less believable (too tidy, too quick, too few consequences). Still a GREAT read!
MrsLee on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I read this because I wanted to know, why? The story itself is not one which would normally appeal to me, much too dark and about a beaten woman and a missing child. But the author pulled me right into the story and I really wanted to know how the characters got to the point they were at. They annoyed me intensely at times, but I still wanted to know why they did what they did. The two narrators did a good job of reading, and I think it was a good decision to have two different "voices." In the end, I was not disappointed with the story, even though it really isn't my kind of preferred read.
drausche on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
just finished Love You More by Lisa Gardner. great read! good suspense. i happened across it & was actually looking for a fluff summer sappy read but this was very good. i could see it made into a movie for sure.
Beecharmer on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A fantastic page turner.
susiesharp on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The twists and turns in this book will give you whiplash in the best way!State Trooper Tessa Leoni¿s husband is dead on the kitchen floor shot with Trooper Leoni¿s service gun but is she a victim or a murderer? If she murdered him then where is her little girl (her husband¿s step-daughter)? This is the start of Lisa Gardner¿s newest mystery thriller, we get back and forth chapters between D.D. and Bobby¿s investigation to Tessa¿s reminiscing of life with her husband and her daughter and her side of the ongoing investigation.I loved that Bobby called D.D. on her tunnel vision when it comes to suspects! Although this time it doesn¿t look good for our suspect Tessa. I also think with what D.D. is going through things are going to change drastically in her life.Wow what a thrill ride! I found myself saying What??!!?? And Noooo??!!?? A lot. Every time you think you have something figured out Bam another twist heads you in a whole new direction. This is a fast paced book that grabs you from the beginning and won¿t let you go! I am a huge fan of Lisa Gardner and this book has once again cemented that. I think this is her best book yet because there was no figuring this one out ahead of time you as a reader are just along for the ride and oh what a ride it is!Highly recommend this great thriller!5 Stars
IandSsmom on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Loved this book! Another great book in a great series but even stand alone a great book! I started this book thinking well ok -I know just what happened and exactly where this book is going. Then about half way through- wait what is happening! Then just got crazier and crazier till the end and didn't have a clue but was so excited to be along for the ride!! Then favorite characters going in all new directions- oh I just can't wait for the next book!!!
mikedraper on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Boston homicide det. D.D. Warren is called by St. Police liaison Bobby Dodge when a homicide is connected with a member of the State Police.St. Trooper Tessa Leoni is found in her kitchen, bruised and beaten. Her husband, Brian, is dead, shot with her service revolver. In addition, her daughter, Sophie, age six, is missing.It seems open and shut that Tessa was abused and acted in self defense.In alternating chapters we learn of the investigation and then what was going through Tessa's mind, before and after the killing.D.D. Warren and Bobby Dodge learn of Brian's gambling problem and wonder if he did something with Sophie.Tessa had risen above alcohol dependency and a life of sexual encounters when Sophie was born. Since then, she has had an exemplary life.As D.D. investigates, she learns that she is pregnant and now she sees the actions of Tessa differently. What would a mother do to protect her child? She promises this new creation that she will bring the baby up in a better world.Brian's autopsy reveals something and Tessa is arrested. Again, we experience more of Tessa's point of view and come to realize that something more is at stake.Readers of Lisa Gardner will know that there is more to a story than meets the eye. As much as any thriller writer today, Gardner knows how to write a compelling story. When the reader begins to feel that they know the direction of the plot, things change.D.D. Warren and Tesssa are totally believable characters and with Warren being pregnant and seeing things from an expectant mother, it adds a wonderful element to the story. I enjoyed every minute of the story and was captured by the mounting suspense.
JackieBlem on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Though this book is smack in the middle of a series, it reads just fine as a stand alone, and my hat is off to Gardner for that one. This book pits cop against cop. Detective D.D. Warren gets pulled into a murder case that involves a state trooper who shot her abusive husband. It seems a straight up case until it's discovered that the couple's 6 year old child is missing as well. And Tess, the trooper,isn't saying much. This begins a cat and mouse game on multiple levels--Tess has her own agenda and is playing her knowledge of the system to keep herself free and to get her daughter back, D.D. is trying to figure out just who did what and fighting against "The Blue Wall" of law enforcement support and protection of their own, and unknown players that are pulling strings and baiting traps that become ever more deadly. This is a high energy, dramatic, tough woman kind of story that pretty much turns the pages on its own. This one will definitely keep readers up into the night as it ramps up to the explosive conclusion.
reading_crystal on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Wow, buckle your seat belt, because you are in for one crazy ride when you start this book!
mollyscanlan on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Like all of Lisa Gardner's books this one grabs you at the beginning and won't let go until until the end. Fast paced and full of surprises.