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Fear Nothing: A Novel (Detective D. D. Warren) MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged
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*Starred Review* In Gardner’s seventh Detective D. D. Warren thriller (following Catch Me, 2012), the Rose Killer is re-creating the crimes of Harry Day, a serial killer who kept the skin of his victims as a souvenir—153 vials of souvenirs. Day’s legacy also includes two daughters. Shana distinguished herself at 14 as the youngest person in Massachusetts history to be tried for murder as an adult. A psychiatrist specializing in pain management, her sister, Adeline, was born with congenital insensitivity to pain. Detective Warren goes to see Adeline professionally, after she is injured at a crime scene. When she learns that Adeline is Harry Day’s daughter, she asks her to help identify anyone who would have been influenced by her father. The obvious suspect is Shana. But how could a woman who has spent the last decade in solitary confinement be responsible for these vicious mutilations and murders? In this strong addition to the series, Gardner retains her place on thrillerdom’s top tier. If they haven’t already discovered her, fans of Tess Gerritsen, Alafair Burke, and Meg Gardiner would love an introduction. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: Gardner has a reserved seat on most best-seller lists, and she’ll be claiming her spot once again. --Karen Keefe --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
"Lisa Gardner's work has the chills and thrills to excite, and the heart to draw you in."--Sandra Brown
"No one owns this corner of the genre the way Lisa Gardner does."--Lee Child
PRAISE FOR THE NOVELS OF LISA GARDNER
""Fear Nothing" rushes off on a dead sprint and never lets up."--"The Providence Journal"
"An intelligent, sophisticated psychological thriller....Gardner continues to show us why she is on the short list of top thriller writers today."--"Suspense Magazine "
"Absorbing....Gardner repeatedly ratchets up the tension."--"Publishers Weekly"
"Gardner retains her place on thrillerdom's top tier. Gardner has a reserved seat on most bestseller lists, and she'll be claiming her spot once again."--"Booklist "
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"The suspense crackles."--"People "
"A total pleasure."--The Associated Press
"No-holds-barred...suspense builds as the action races to a spectacular conclusion."--"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
"[A] thrill ride."--"Kirkus Reviews "
"Whip-crack taut."--"Daily Mail" (UK)
"Pitch-perfect....No one writes this kind of modern horror tale better than Gardner, no one."--"The Providence Journal "
"Catch Me "
"Full of twists and turns....If you have not been a reader of Gardner's fiction in the past, this is the time to jump in."--"The Huffington Post "
"One of the best psychological thriller writers in the business...a 'must read' for any suspense aficionado."--The Associated Press
"Grab "Catch Me."..more than a fair share of thrills for readers."--"San Jose Mercury News "
"Gardner pulls out all the stops in "Catch Me.""--BookReporter.com
"Irresistible high-wire melodrama."--"Kirkus Reviews"
"A page-turner...will definitely appeal to the lovers of psychological thrillers."--"Mystery Tribune "
"Lisa Gardner is one of the --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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The sisters meet once a month at the prison. Meanwhile a copycat killer is murdering women in a similar way to the way their dad performed his awful crimes. Police are baffled.
What is the sister’s connection to this new set of crimes? What set off the killer? Is he a fan of Harry Day, the serial killer father or of Shana and Adeline Day?
And what does Shana’s first crime have to do with the new series of murders. The thirty year anniversary of the crime that sent Shana to prison nears. In the end, the sisters are forced to together make a stand.
Lisa Gardner’s books are more about victims than about crimes. In “Fear Nothing,” most of the main characters are victims in some way. We have detective who was pushed down some several stairs and who is left with a painful injury, the two daughters of a notorious serial killer, children abused in foster homes, a woman dying of cancer, and, of course, a serial killer’s victims.
Gardner also writes about triggers. What causes someone to start killing? What are his or her reasons for picking the weapons of choice? How does he choose his victims? One character’s trigger might cause her to fight to save the weaker abused victim and another character’s trigger is the violence itself. Gardner’s books are great psychological thrillers.
I will definitely read more of Ms. Gardner's books. This one kept me guessing until the end, and I am just blown away by the intrigue and complexity within her two characters, Shana Day and Adeline Glen, daughters of serial killer Harry Day. I came to appreciate D.D. Warren's wit and wisdom - on the outside, a very hard woman, dedicated and committed to her job, but still a very appreciative wife and loving mother. I look forward to reading more of this series.
Regardless, her books never fail to entertain and surprise me. She is a master. I wish she could write a book every month.
It's a good thing I love Lisa Gardner and refuse to give up on her books.