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Boston Detective D.D. Warren faces her most brutal adversaries yet—a class of jaded thriller writers—in New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Gardner’s exclusive e-Book short story In Lisa Gardner's second short story, after the New York Times bestseller The 7th Month, Detective D.D. Warren takes on her most intimidating assignment yet: a fifty-minute class meant to educat Boston Detective D.D. Warren faces her most brutal adversaries yet—a class of jaded thriller writers—in New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Gardner’s exclusive e-Book short story In Lisa Gardner's second short story, after the New York Times bestseller The 7th Month, Detective D.D. Warren takes on her most intimidating assignment yet: a fifty-minute class meant to educate a horde of bloodthirsty thriller writers on the ways of actual police work. Yet sometimes life really does imitate fiction, as D.D. takes the writers through the reality of one of her most twisted cases—a case that involves a seedy motel room, drugs, prostitution . . . and a severed leg.   With Gardner’s trademark suspense, sharp observations, and thrilling storytelling, Three Truths and a Lie is a fascinating chapter in D.D.’s storied career. Includes an early look at Lisa Gardner’s next novel of suspense, Find Her, coming February 9, 2016.


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Boston Detective D.D. Warren faces her most brutal adversaries yet—a class of jaded thriller writers—in New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Gardner’s exclusive e-Book short story In Lisa Gardner's second short story, after the New York Times bestseller The 7th Month, Detective D.D. Warren takes on her most intimidating assignment yet: a fifty-minute class meant to educat Boston Detective D.D. Warren faces her most brutal adversaries yet—a class of jaded thriller writers—in New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Gardner’s exclusive e-Book short story In Lisa Gardner's second short story, after the New York Times bestseller The 7th Month, Detective D.D. Warren takes on her most intimidating assignment yet: a fifty-minute class meant to educate a horde of bloodthirsty thriller writers on the ways of actual police work. Yet sometimes life really does imitate fiction, as D.D. takes the writers through the reality of one of her most twisted cases—a case that involves a seedy motel room, drugs, prostitution . . . and a severed leg.   With Gardner’s trademark suspense, sharp observations, and thrilling storytelling, Three Truths and a Lie is a fascinating chapter in D.D.’s storied career. Includes an early look at Lisa Gardner’s next novel of suspense, Find Her, coming February 9, 2016.

30 review for 3 Truths and a Lie

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lo Bookfrantic

    5***Fascinating Stars Genre:Mystery Crime Type:Short Stories POV:First Person – Female 3 Truths and A Lie is truly a very short story but I couldn’t help being captivated and wanting to know the mystery. What mystery you asked? Well D.D. Warren is one of my favorite female detectives she is a total badass. If you’ve read some of Lisa Gardner’s books you will know why. You will fall in love with D.D’s character. This book was no different it was a really great short story that I couldn’t stop reading 5***Fascinating Stars Genre:Mystery Crime Type:Short Stories POV:First Person – Female 3 Truths and A Lie is truly a very short story but I couldn’t help being captivated and wanting to know the mystery. What mystery you asked? Well D.D. Warren is one of my favorite female detectives she is a total badass. If you’ve read some of Lisa Gardner’s books you will know why. You will fall in love with D.D’s character. This book was no different it was a really great short story that I couldn’t stop reading. Detective D.D. Warren takes an assignment she wasn’t thrilled about but her husband the blood splatter expert Alex Wilson had convinced her to do it. When she is usually busy solving crimes on this short story she has a total different assignment; to teach at least one hundred thriller writers about her job, to provide them with the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. She had only fifthly minutes to teach her blood eager students and she wanted to make it worth their time. Boy was it worth it?! Yes it was I was so captured by her story that I felt like one of the student sitting in front of her picturing the crime scene she was describing trying to answer her questing and figuring out what a detective would do to solve this crime and who the killer was. I was fascinated with this story and her attitude of course i love her. "Boston homicide works as three-people squads. I'm a sergeant detective, meaning I'm the so called leader of my squad, though my teammates, Phil and Neil, would love to argue." She was like And I was like She figured the best way to keep her class awake was to tell them about the most shocking true case she had to solve. I don’t want to give out the details because it’s so short that I will be giving away the book and it’s so good not to read it. D.D. educates her classroom how to solve a murder the right way by providing them step by steps details of what a real murder case is handled under her authority. She made her classroom guess all the clues and at the end I was so shocked that I didn’t figure out what the lie was bahaha. I should have known but I was just like the writers sitting hungry to try to figure out what she was saying. It truly was a good book that kept me on the edge of my bed. Now I feel the need to get more of this writer. She teases you with the first two chapters of her new book coming out on February of next year and boy do I want to get my hands on that book right now?! Yes I do. To all my romance readers this book may not be for you as it is a suspense thriller with no romance. "ARC Kindly provided via netgalley, in exchange for an honest review." Pre-Order Link: Release date January 5, 2016 http://www.amazon.com/Truths-Lie-Dete... For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jonetta

    Detective Sergeant D. D. Warren is asked to do a presentation to a group of thriller writers about police procedure. When she turns and faces the room, D. D. abandons her plan and decides to tell a story about a recent, bizarre case and ask the group to figure out the three truths and a lie. I’m not a fan of novellas but this one was pretty clever. It’s too short for me to provide more details without spoiling it for other readers but what I can share is I was just as engaged as the group in tha Detective Sergeant D. D. Warren is asked to do a presentation to a group of thriller writers about police procedure. When she turns and faces the room, D. D. abandons her plan and decides to tell a story about a recent, bizarre case and ask the group to figure out the three truths and a lie. I’m not a fan of novellas but this one was pretty clever. It’s too short for me to provide more details without spoiling it for other readers but what I can share is I was just as engaged as the group in that conference room and enjoyed how she singled out some of my favorite, real life authors. I attempted to guess the answers, too, and the narrator brought a level of wit that made this fun.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ♥Rachel♥

    Detective D.D. Warren and her husband, Alex, are taking a “vacation” in Wisconsin as featured guest speakers at the Writers’ Police Academy. As a bonus they get to hobnob with popular thriller writers, and attend the other work-shops for free. D.D.’s a little nervous; really a day in the life of a homicide detective is not nearly as exciting as the fictional mysteries they write. D.D. decides to regale them with one of the most bizarre mysteries of her career involving “seedy motel, a hooker, an Detective D.D. Warren and her husband, Alex, are taking a “vacation” in Wisconsin as featured guest speakers at the Writers’ Police Academy. As a bonus they get to hobnob with popular thriller writers, and attend the other work-shops for free. D.D.’s a little nervous; really a day in the life of a homicide detective is not nearly as exciting as the fictional mysteries they write. D.D. decides to regale them with one of the most bizarre mysteries of her career involving “seedy motel, a hooker, and a dismembered leg”. With that lead in she has her class (and me) riveted to the pages as she goes through the crime and uncovers the murderer. 3 Truths and a Lie was a fast, fun, Forensic Files type of mystery. Real life authors Karin Slaughter, Kathy Reiches, and Joe Finder make an “appearance” with Joe showing off his knowledge of Locard’s principal. D.D. managed to keep her audience on the edge of their seats until the last reveal. I revel in every scene where Alex and D.D. are featured. I was a huge fan of their romance even though their relationship has usually taken a back seat to the mystery of the stories. There was a short exchange, but it was nice to see them still solid together as a married couple. They went through some rough times in the last book, Fear Nothing, because of D.D.’s injury. You don’t need to read the previous books in the series to enjoy this short story. The audio copy is FREE on Audible right now! I listened to it after reading the e-copy because I adore the narrator, Kirsten Potter, and because this short story was that good. Both e-copy and audio version includes the first 2 chapters of Lisa Gardner’s next mystery featuring D.D. Warren, Find Her . I’ll be reading that soon! A copy was kindly provided by Dutton via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This review is also posted at The Readers Den.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Wow, this story had me hooked from the start. I don’t think I have ever been so completely enthralled by a short story. Detective D.D Warren and her husband Alex has flown out to Wisconsin, she is going to do a talk to crime writers wanting to know more about police procedures. She ends up telling them about a case she has worked on, starting with the opening “This is a story involving a seedy motel, a hooker, and a dismembered leg” She tells them about finding the body and they have to guess the Wow, this story had me hooked from the start. I don’t think I have ever been so completely enthralled by a short story. Detective D.D Warren and her husband Alex has flown out to Wisconsin, she is going to do a talk to crime writers wanting to know more about police procedures. She ends up telling them about a case she has worked on, starting with the opening “This is a story involving a seedy motel, a hooker, and a dismembered leg” She tells them about finding the body and they have to guess the lie among the 3 truths. I was so into this story that I was trying to guess the outcome and was shouting out the clues along the way!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    ✨Susan✨

    Detective D. D. Warren is asked to do a short class for authors of suspense thrillers. She speaks about a case she had solved lately and asks the participants to figure out what are two truths and a lie in the scenario. It's clever and I liked that Karen Slauter was involved. Detective D. D. Warren is asked to do a short class for authors of suspense thrillers. She speaks about a case she had solved lately and asks the participants to figure out what are two truths and a lie in the scenario. It's clever and I liked that Karen Slauter was involved.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)

    This was a really good short story. I was completely focused on the story and felt like I was one of the people in the room as she was giving the lecture. I just had to know what happened in that hotel room! There was a preview for another book at the end of the download so the story was actually pretty short but very worthwhile. 1/5/16: Free on audible! This was a really good short story. I was completely focused on the story and felt like I was one of the people in the room as she was giving the lecture. I just had to know what happened in that hotel room! There was a preview for another book at the end of the download so the story was actually pretty short but very worthwhile. 1/5/16: Free on audible!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    What an excellent short story! Detective D.D. Warren has 50 minutes to educate a class of bloodthirsty thriller writers on the ways of actual police work. She chooses to describe, to the writers, one of her most gruesome cases. Ms. Gardner includes actual famous thriller writers in her class which I found to be an awesome addition to the story. I would have loved to be in that classroom!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Vicki Willis

    This is one of my go to authors. I have had this short story for a while and finally got to it. I loved the format of it. D.D.Warren was speaking to a group of mystery writers. Gardner ended up telling the story through D.D. telling a story to the writers. Gardner gave a shout out to some popular suspense writers which was cool. Great stroy, told well! Recommended.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Fred

    52 kindle pages, 1+ hour to read. Lisa Gardner is one of my favorite writers, her character is a female Boston Detective D.D. Warren, in my favorite city - Boston! Always makes a great read when I know all the cities & towns she rides thru. This was written before her novel FIND HER... The story enters with Boston Detective D. D. Warren, thrilled hosting the “Writers’ Police Academy” with a keynote speaker, her favorite author, Karin Slaughter (who is a mystery writer we all know). Is 3 truths & a 52 kindle pages, 1+ hour to read. Lisa Gardner is one of my favorite writers, her character is a female Boston Detective D.D. Warren, in my favorite city - Boston! Always makes a great read when I know all the cities & towns she rides thru. This was written before her novel FIND HER... The story enters with Boston Detective D. D. Warren, thrilled hosting the “Writers’ Police Academy” with a keynote speaker, her favorite author, Karin Slaughter (who is a mystery writer we all know). Is 3 truths & a lie is a game? Dry ice, Drugs, Severed limbs. A dead body. A murder? Or a Suicide? A Quote in the book I believe is true. “People with a history of depression often appear happiest right before they commit suicide. Not because their depression has passed, but because they’ve finally chosen a course of action.”

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    This was a quick, cute story about D.D. Warren presenting at a crime writers' school. Nice shout outs to Slaughter and Finder who were in attendance. This was a quick, cute story about D.D. Warren presenting at a crime writers' school. Nice shout outs to Slaughter and Finder who were in attendance.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jae

    A very short read. Not long enough to get me all excited and agitated like I did in her other books.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    A quick and highly enjoyable read! I just love D.D. Warren!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Fran

    Not being familiar with Lisa Gardner's character Detective D.D Warren, this was a great place to start. It's out of order within the sequence of the series, but because it's a short story it's not attached to any specific. I enjoyed this a lot. Great character in a bite size plot. Not being familiar with Lisa Gardner's character Detective D.D Warren, this was a great place to start. It's out of order within the sequence of the series, but because it's a short story it's not attached to any specific. I enjoyed this a lot. Great character in a bite size plot.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    I liked this short mystery story more than I anticipated considering that I am unfamiliar with the series. So it was a pleasant surprise to find that it is set in Boston with some excursions into a suburb I know well! Kirsten Potter did a good job narrating. I will have to try some more D.D. Warren books...

  15. 4 out of 5

    Skip

    Not a big fan of novellas, but I liked this one better than most. Boston detective DD Warren is convinced by her husband to speak to mystery writers at a symposium. She recounts a case involving a dead man in a seedy hotel, missing a leg, which is discovered on a bed of dry ice in the bathroom. The dead guy had a long time obsession with this leg, which he felt was not his. Weird.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Very short and interesting read and a totally different slant on detective stories. DD Warren is giving a 55 minute class on correct police procedure to a bunch of criminal fiction writers, including Kathy Reichs, Karin Slaughter, Joe Finder, etc. She tells them at the very first there will be 3 truths and a lie and they have to figure out what is what from the real case that she had worked on. Not giving out any more than this - it's a quick and good read. This doesn't happen very often, but 5 st Very short and interesting read and a totally different slant on detective stories. DD Warren is giving a 55 minute class on correct police procedure to a bunch of criminal fiction writers, including Kathy Reichs, Karin Slaughter, Joe Finder, etc. She tells them at the very first there will be 3 truths and a lie and they have to figure out what is what from the real case that she had worked on. Not giving out any more than this - it's a quick and good read. This doesn't happen very often, but 5 stars and 2 thumbs up!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Thriller, Mystery *Rating* 3.5 *My Thoughts* Three Truths and a Lie is considered installment 7.5 in the D.D. Warren series. This is actually the second novella in the series after The 7th Month. D.D. Warren is a Boston Sergeant Detective who gets to share her experiences with a class of writers. Writers who attend the Writer's Police Academy, which I'd love to attend one day. It is up to DD to lead authors like Karin Slaughter, Joe Finder, and Kathy Reichs in a discussion *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Thriller, Mystery *Rating* 3.5 *My Thoughts* Three Truths and a Lie is considered installment 7.5 in the D.D. Warren series. This is actually the second novella in the series after The 7th Month. D.D. Warren is a Boston Sergeant Detective who gets to share her experiences with a class of writers. Writers who attend the Writer's Police Academy, which I'd love to attend one day. It is up to DD to lead authors like Karin Slaughter, Joe Finder, and Kathy Reichs in a discussion, while tempting them with a game of Three Truths and a Lie. Can DD keep a class of eager writers entertained for 50 minutes? Can DD come up with an entertaining and puzzling case without them guessing what the truths are and what the lie is? DD will tell the story of case involving a dead man, a dismembered leg, and a seedy motel room. It is DD jobs to get the writers involved in the discussion and see which parts of the story are truth and which are lies. If you have followed my reviews for any length of time, you know that DD is, my opinion, one of the best female heroines in the Mystery, Thriller Genre. Even though this novella is short, it gets to the heart of who DD is, and how she ends up solving one of the more bizarre cases in recent memory. Overall, this story is very good lay-over on my way to reading book # 8 called Find Her releasing February, 2016. Expected publication: January 5th 2016 by Dutton

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Corral

    Audible provided this story for free and it was cute. Detective D.D. Warren gives a lecture to a group of crime writers, and she does it by telling the story of one particular dead body and how it was solved. It was super short (about an hour) and was entertaining. Also, I correctly guessed the bad guy, and I always like feeling smart, even if I'm only smarter than a fictional room full of crime writers. It was very well narrated by Kirsten Potter, and it was a fun hour spent listening while walki Audible provided this story for free and it was cute. Detective D.D. Warren gives a lecture to a group of crime writers, and she does it by telling the story of one particular dead body and how it was solved. It was super short (about an hour) and was entertaining. Also, I correctly guessed the bad guy, and I always like feeling smart, even if I'm only smarter than a fictional room full of crime writers. It was very well narrated by Kirsten Potter, and it was a fun hour spent listening while walking my dog.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Faye

    Read: March 2018 Rating: 4/5 stars This short story was written from the perspective of DD as she attends a crime writers convention to give a lecture on real police detective work. It felt very surreal as I imagined Gardner's fictional detective walking around and interacting with actual crime fiction authors like Karin Slaughter and Kathy Reichs! The story itself was a classic 'locked room' mystery and kept me guessing until the end. Read: March 2018 Rating: 4/5 stars This short story was written from the perspective of DD as she attends a crime writers convention to give a lecture on real police detective work. It felt very surreal as I imagined Gardner's fictional detective walking around and interacting with actual crime fiction authors like Karin Slaughter and Kathy Reichs! The story itself was a classic 'locked room' mystery and kept me guessing until the end.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    3 Truths and a Lie Lisa Gardner is one of my favorite authors and I've read every one of her novels and it wasn't that this short story was bad but I didn't enjoy it much. Out of every book I've read by Mrs. Gardner this one is my least favorite. Of course I'm still going to read her next novel though. 3 Truths and a Lie Lisa Gardner is one of my favorite authors and I've read every one of her novels and it wasn't that this short story was bad but I didn't enjoy it much. Out of every book I've read by Mrs. Gardner this one is my least favorite. Of course I'm still going to read her next novel though.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gayatri Saikia | per_fictionist

    My first GARDNER and I picked it up just because I needed something short! And of course now I have another thriller writer whose books I'd end up collecting😏 The short tale is about an interaction/interview between a detective and a group of thriller/mystery writers where the former lets them on a case, gives them the details and asks them to predict who the murderer is. Just 1hour and 44 minutes read(on Scribd) and it definitely blew my mind. My first GARDNER and I picked it up just because I needed something short! And of course now I have another thriller writer whose books I'd end up collecting😏 The short tale is about an interaction/interview between a detective and a group of thriller/mystery writers where the former lets them on a case, gives them the details and asks them to predict who the murderer is. Just 1hour and 44 minutes read(on Scribd) and it definitely blew my mind.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Lisa Gardner has produced some of my favorite fictional characters and right at the top of the list is Boston detective, D.D. Warren. In this novella, D.D and husband, Alex are attending a fiction mystery- thriller writing workshop. D. D decides to talk about one of her team's strangest cases and challenges her audience to discover the 'three truths and a lie." I really enjoyed that Gardner included authors like Karin Slaughter and Kathy Reichs and showcase the realm of authors who like to writ Lisa Gardner has produced some of my favorite fictional characters and right at the top of the list is Boston detective, D.D. Warren. In this novella, D.D and husband, Alex are attending a fiction mystery- thriller writing workshop. D. D decides to talk about one of her team's strangest cases and challenges her audience to discover the 'three truths and a lie." I really enjoyed that Gardner included authors like Karin Slaughter and Kathy Reichs and showcase the realm of authors who like to write a particular genre of books. Most readers don't appear to like novellas, but I really enjoy the trend. Now to count down the days until the new Lisa Gardner book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Craig Sisterson

    An excellent short story that blends Gardner's world of crime fiction writing with her character DD Warren's life as a 'real-life' cop. A nice modern puzzle mystery with smile-inducing touches as Gardner's peers gather for a writers festival event with the Boston detective An excellent short story that blends Gardner's world of crime fiction writing with her character DD Warren's life as a 'real-life' cop. A nice modern puzzle mystery with smile-inducing touches as Gardner's peers gather for a writers festival event with the Boston detective

  24. 5 out of 5

    Linda Baker

    This short story was a free member download on audible. Since I have never read Lisa Gardner before I thought I would give it a try, but I can't say it inspired me to read anything else. It was a well-crafted short but I wasn't interested enough in the lead character or the puzzle she presented. This short story was a free member download on audible. Since I have never read Lisa Gardner before I thought I would give it a try, but I can't say it inspired me to read anything else. It was a well-crafted short but I wasn't interested enough in the lead character or the puzzle she presented.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hazel

    I didn't really care for this book at all, not for any particular reason it just wasn't the same as her others. I didn't really care for this book at all, not for any particular reason it just wasn't the same as her others.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    This was a great short story about Gardner's D.D. Warren character. In this outing Warren is at a "Writer's Police Academy" where cops, criminalists etc educate writers about real life crime solving was a great set-up and having the writers (including Karin Slaughter and Joseph Finder) guess about the next steps, and what was truth vs. what was a lie was a great premise. Very short but very satisfying in its own way. This was a great short story about Gardner's D.D. Warren character. In this outing Warren is at a "Writer's Police Academy" where cops, criminalists etc educate writers about real life crime solving was a great set-up and having the writers (including Karin Slaughter and Joseph Finder) guess about the next steps, and what was truth vs. what was a lie was a great premise. Very short but very satisfying in its own way.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Xanthi

    Short story that was high on the ick factor for me. There was some humour to it with a nod and wink to crime and thriller writers. I listened to this on audiobook and the narrator was excellent.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Katherine "Kj" Joslin

    Great little short story that makes me love DD Warren all the more!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jodi

    In this cute novella, D.D. Warren is speaking at a writer's conference. Although she is terrified to bore her audience, she has one heck of a story involving a hooker, an amputated leg, and a dead body. Not to mention a camera that indicates no one coming in or out of the room. D.D promises three truths and a lie and she makes good on her promise. Gardner uses real authors as participants in D.D.'s audience which brought more realism to the story. Although this was just a taste, Gardner was able In this cute novella, D.D. Warren is speaking at a writer's conference. Although she is terrified to bore her audience, she has one heck of a story involving a hooker, an amputated leg, and a dead body. Not to mention a camera that indicates no one coming in or out of the room. D.D promises three truths and a lie and she makes good on her promise. Gardner uses real authors as participants in D.D.'s audience which brought more realism to the story. Although this was just a taste, Gardner was able get good characterization to people who are only there really as props.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    Original Post: http://www.nerdprobs.com/books/book-r... **A copy of this book was provided through Netgalley by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.** As a long standing fan of Lisa Gardner I was think I may be a bit bias of her work. Her character Detective D.D. Warren is, for lack of a better phrase, a bad ass police detective and women in general. But what I love so much about "3 Truths and a Lie" is it gives us a little insight into D.D.'s personality and life away from solving a ca Original Post: http://www.nerdprobs.com/books/book-r... **A copy of this book was provided through Netgalley by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.** As a long standing fan of Lisa Gardner I was think I may be a bit bias of her work. Her character Detective D.D. Warren is, for lack of a better phrase, a bad ass police detective and women in general. But what I love so much about "3 Truths and a Lie" is it gives us a little insight into D.D.'s personality and life away from solving a case. While this short story is about her talking about a case, we get to see the inner workings of how she solved this after the fact. Not during the case like we usually get in Gardner's works. In '3 Truths and a Lie', Gardner is doing a presentation to a room full of crime writers. Crime writers who like to believe they know everything. This fascinated me because I watch a lot of crime dramas on TV and read a lot of them, and there are so many little things wrong. These are the things D.D. points out to her authors during her seminar. Little things like DNA evidence coming back in hours when in reality it takes weeks. I feel that this story gave me a more insiders look at the research we know goes into Gardner's work. She is meticulous to say the least. This story was more a fun read than the suspense we usually get from Gardner's work. Instead of sitting on the edge of our seat, I enjoyed D.D's walk through of the case and breaking down her techniques. I felt like I was in the audience taking notes too. Gardner has an uncanny ability to draw me in to her work every single time. I feel like I'm there. So not to brag too much, but Lisa Gardner is my favorite author for a good reason. Her work is flawless, she is at the top of her game, her villains are creepy and terrifying while her characters are loveable and fierce, and... she is just a damn good writer! Five stars for this quick read! Looking forward to "Find Her" out in February!

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