'Taut psychological suspense ... should not be missed' Harlan Coben.
Find Her is the latest utterly addictive thriller in Sunday Times bestseller Lisa Gardner's Detective D. D. Warren series that you won't be able to put down.
A LOST GIRL FOUND
472 days locked in a pine box, at the mercy of a madman.
Flora Dane survived her hell with only one goal:
develop all the deadly skills necessary to make sure she's never caught again.
ANOTHER GIRL MISSING
Detective D.D. Warren believes that Flora may be the key to finding missing college student, Staecy Summers.
But she must follow rules that Flora has no interest in.
For Flora no risk is too great, no cost too high, even if it means playing into a predator's hands.
Two victims. One cop.
TIME IS RUNNING OUT...if you're going to FIND HER
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
D.D. Warren is no stranger to violence and brutality, but the newest case to fall within her jurisdiction as supervising investigator ups the ante. A young woman emerges from a Boston garage bound and naked after killing her abductor with a lethal mix of antifreeze and flower food. Her name is Flora Dane and her past is decidedly more horrific and traumatic than her current predicament. As D.D. races to unravel Florence’s case, aided by an intriguing victim specialist from the FBI, the case becomes increasingly dangerous. Lisa Gardner’s Find Her is a terrifying thriller—prepare to keep the lights on all night.
Florence "Flora" Dane, the victim and survivor at the center of bestseller Gardner's compelling eighth novel featuring Boston Sgt. Det. D.D. Warren (after 2014's Fear Nothing), has a flat affect and a burning compulsion to meet sexual predators five years after the FBI rescued her from a man who abducted her while she was a UMass student, imprisoning her in a coffin for 472 days. He also raped her repeatedly. One night in a bar, Flora has an encounter with a pick-up she refers to as "Mr. Haven't I Seen You Around Here Before" that leads to a fatal confrontation and to her meeting D.D., who wonders whether Flora can assist in the case of Stacey Summers, a Boston College student who has been missing for three months. As D.D.'s investigation progresses, the reader is treated to fascinating insights into the psychology of sadistic sexual predators, trauma bonding, and the effects violent crime have on victims and loved ones.