I have to admit to being slightly confused by Lisa Gardner’s series’. I actually think perhaps there were more series and some merged when I wasn’t looking? I’m not sure. But although this is the 11th in the DD Warren series, I note it’s also labelled 20th in the Gardner Universe. Which entirely makes sense given the crossovers. (And makes me feel less like I’m losing my mind.)
Book review: Never Tell by Lisa Gardner
My reading of Lisa Gardner’s DD Warren series has been shockingly inconsistent. In fact I was surprised it’d been three years since I read Find Her, in which we first meet Flora, former kidnap victim turned vigilante… who’s since become DD’s confidential informant.
Flora’s back in this outing with someone else from DD’s past.
Book review: Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner
Book review: Find Her by Lisa Gardner
I made some assumptions about Find Her by Lisa Gardner when I read the blurb. And worried a little. I imagined the whole thing was going to be pondering the ‘is vigilantism ever okay?’ question, but thankfully it was much (much) more than that.