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Publisher: ORION; First Edition edition (2007)
Language: English
Pages: 320
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
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Twists and turns all over the place. It's very unpredictable. Warren and her team are on the grounds of the closed and crumbling Boston State Mental Hospital. There has been found an underground room containing the bodies of six young girls.

Lisa Gardner is the New York Times bestselling author of thirteen novels. Her FBI Profiler novels include Say Goodbye, Gone, The Killing Hour, The Next Accident, and The Third Victim.

Lisa Gardner’s passion for criminal investigations, police procedures, and cutting edge technology grew from her job with the consulting firm. She has always had a love for suspense mysteries.

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If this isn't your first Lisa Gardner novel then you know to expect, well, the unexpected. Nothing you imagine comes close to the real twists in her plots. Thankfully, hardened veterans Sargeant D. D. Warren and former sniper Bobby Dodge are back and back at each other's throats. When an underground chamber is found what's discovered inside sets a task force in motion and brings a young woman back from the dead. Between suspicion, battles for power, and unbelievable tales of the past, the tension never lets up and each time there is a stopping place, the reader is as wrung out as the characters -- good and bad, but you will never know the difference until the final sentence. If you like to be kept guessing, and looking over your shoulder, dive into HIDE and start to experience genuine suspense from one of the best writers out there. You won't be disappointed, as long as you don't place any bets on the outcome...
It's so easy
Yes, I enjoyed this book. It seemed to start a little slow but it did pick up and had many interesting characters. I saw the review from BOOKLIST that said something like: Head and shoulders above anything else she has written and this is Lisa Gardner at the height of her powers. That is not word for word, but pretty close. That also is not right. Lisa Gardner has written a lot of very good thrillers and I count her as one of my favorite authors. I look forward to her next book whenever it is coming out. Part of this book was written in third person and some in first person from the point of view of Annabelle, the main heroine. As a child she is moved with her family repeatedly and during the course of the story we get the idea why and then that turns out to be not what it seems to be. Was it all her father's imagination? sigh... Anyway, D.D. and Bobby are the two main detectives on the case after an undergorund chamber is discovered containing six bodies is found. D.D. is the lead detective on the case and she calls in Bobby from the State Police to help out. I guess she calls him in just because they once had a thing for each other. Yes, the Catherine connection is there, but that seemed a little weak to me. The whole Catherine Cagnon thing just seemed like a way to make the story longer. When we got to the final resolution it seemed like half of Boston was populated by nuts who should have still been locked up in the mental ward. I don't see the necessity to comment on that statement. The climax to the story gives us multiple psychopaths who have assumed new identities. D.D. is correct when she calls something that was overlooked a 'rookie' mistake. Shoot, even I wouldn't have made that mistake. Anyway, this is a good read that keeps the reader interested. Lisa Gardner keeps the action moving and never lets the plot slow down while the main characters get too bogged down in their personal demons (something that really bugs me in a lot of novels.) Yes, all of the main characters have issues from the past to deal with, but they don't spend half the book crying about them. 'HIDE' is an easy book to recommend but to say that this is Gardner's best work ever is setting the bar a little high. I say, go ahead and buy it. One of the better efforts by one of the more dependable authors around.
When thirty-two year old Anabelle Granger, who had returned to Boston ten years ago after a hurried departure as a child, saw media reports of her murder in a gruesome underground setting, she felt compelled to contact the head detective, female D.D. Warren. Her father had suddenly uprooted her family many years ago when it was discovered that someone was stalking her to prevent precisely that - her death. Her since cautious life, including assuming an alternate identity, Tanya Nelson, and learning martial arts, starts to unravel as she is drawn into this crime scenario that has similarities to one where twelve year old Catherine Gagnon was held underground and brutalized for thirty days before being miraculously discovered some twenty-seven years prior.

Annabelle has the good fortune to have Bobby Dodge, former police sniper and now state police detective, assigned to the case and take a very personal interest. The fast-moving plot revolves around the crime scene on the large grounds of a long-closed hospital for the mentally disturbed and former patients and employees of the facility. Intriguing to Dodge is the uncanny resemblance that Annabelle has to the older Catherine. Is that mere coincidence?

The book is both interesting and plausible, with just enough misdirection, though the ending constructed by the author is not overly ambitious, perhaps predictable. The obvious attraction of mild-mannered hunk detective Bobby Dodge to D.D, Catherine, and Annabelle could have been more vigorously pursued. The book is another very good offering by the author, maybe not her best, but the nonetheless very good.
I almost put this one down, then thought about it and opened it again, telling myself I will just read a little more. Before I knew it, I had read something like 50+ pages, and couldn't put it down...."Honey, how about fish tacos from that place that does 'Taco Tuesday'?!" Gross, awful stuff in this one - definitely not for the faint of heart. Multiple times you won't be able to put it down.
Not only were there plenty of twists and turns in Lisa Gardner's second novel in the Detective D. D. Warren series "Hide"; but by halfway through the novel the way Ms Gardner has developed her main characters the reader feels as if you have known them half your life!

The twists and turns (the detective theories) and persons of interest in this particular case will keep the reader guessing up till the final end. . . Oh what an ending!

My hat is off to Lisa Gardner for a great novel! This series would be fun to read as part of a book club!