I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Lisa Gardner
Released: February 19th 2019
Series: Detective D.D. Warren #10
“Lisa Gardner masterfully weaves her story giving you bits and pieces of information as she creates the full picture.”
~ Under the Covers
I’ve committed the cardinal bookish sin of reading a series out of order. In fact, I only started the Detective D.D. Warren series a few books ago and I haven’t had a chance yet to read the previous installments. But how was I supposed to resist reading the new release? Never Tell was a captivating read, I really couldn’t put it down. Lisa Gardner masterfully weaves her story giving you bits and pieces of information as she creates the full picture.
This was a story of twists and turns, right from the first page it plunges you into the story, but the more you find out, the less you know. It was a nail-baiting read that entwined a new story with an old case. I believe one of the characters that shows up is the heroine of Gardner’s other thriller series, so if you are an avid fan (as I fully plan to be!) you will see a familiar face. But, I don’t want to give too much away, it’s much more fun to get swept up in the journey.
This is also a great book to read if you love a strong heroine, which is something I love. D.D. is a smart woman who is prospering and well respected in her career. I love seeing a woman succeed, even if she’s fictional. Then we have Flora, a survivor, whose life has irrevocably changed due to the horror she was forced to lived through. I love seeing her journey, which is a mixture of heart-breaking and inspiring, and I look forward to more of her in future books.
This is a thriller not to be missed, it has an enthralling story and fantastic characters, I can’t wait for more.
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