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Fear Nothing (Detective D.D. Warren 7) by [Gardner, Lisa]
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Fear Nothing (Detective D.D. Warren 7) Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 137 customer reviews
Book 7 of 8 in Detective D.D. Warren (8 Book Series)

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An amazing writer...the kind of stories that grip you right from the first page (Karin Slaughter)

No one owns this corner of the genre the way Lisa does (Lee Child)

Suspense of the highest order (Daily Mirror)

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THE BRILLIANT NEW HARDBACK Compulsive, chilling and utterly unputdownable, this is award-winning bestseller Lisa Gardner writing at her outstanding best


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3169 KB
  • Print Length: 386 pages
  • Publisher: Headline (7 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F0LV0HQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 137 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,318 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Three lone, single women are murdered in Boston by 'the rose killer'. The crimes have parallels to a serial killer who has been dead for forty years, and his serial killer daughter who is currently in a maximum security prison.

Hunting down the killer, is D.D Warren. Recently injured on the job, her excruciating pain leads her to Dr. Adeline Glen, a psychiatrist specialising in pain management, who herself suffers from a rare genetic condition that means she cannot feel pain. Shana Day, Adeline's psychotic older sister, is in prison and is believed to know the rose killer. Only problem is that D.D is officially on leave and should technically be trying to recuperate.

I liked the concept of this novel, but there were too many strands that went nowhere and had no real purpose. The idea about the funeral homes was good, but then it just fizzled out into nothingness, never to be heard of again. References to D.D's severe shoulder injury seemed to exist purely to introduce Adeline, and then the only references were when she needed help showering or dressing or when it was 'tucked protectively against her left side'. That was it. I understand Gardner was trying to alienate this workaholic by injuring her, but she basically led the investigation so I didn't really see the point. She has done the whole 'falling off the rails' thing before with Bobby Dodge and characters from the FBI series and that was so much better written. She also has a child and husband now, to make her more 3D, but the child is always in day care or with grandparents and the husband is just described as endlessly patient. What would have been great was if the child had been in danger – say falling from a swing or something and having to rely on a stranger to help her son and take him to hospital.
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By BCB & More TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 Jan. 2014
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Detective DD Warren is back in a new addition to this series and I was looking forward to catching up with her. The first few chapters actually gave me the chills and before you knew it instead of DD being at the forefront, she is recovering from a serious physical injury which leaves her in no state to work. This was the first thing that was odd, was that the DD of old was no longer physically present so it made for a different type of read. We see DD on the back foot as she desperately tried to piece together her last memories before entering her last crime scene. The crimes in question are themselves chilling when reading about them, and as usual Lisa Gardner has the ability to make you squirm when reading what the latest sick and twisted murdered has done. In this case bodies are turning up along with champagne and a single rose.

The story has a few layers to it and we meet Dr Adeline Glen, who is a somewhat oddity to the norm as she has a condition meaning she feels no pain. The secret she holds is that her sister is a notorious child killer and is serving the rest of her natural life in prison. In addition to that their father was an infamous serial killer, and although dead for many years still has a rather sick cult like following. There seemed to be no room to breathe when I was reading this, as no sooner had one thing happened, the story took you to a different element and drew you straight back in.

I was thoroughly engrossed from start to finish and although I had a sneaking suspicion (which proved correct) about who was doing what, the suspense and writing itself kept me hooked from beginning to end. Lisa Gardner has consistently produced great crime thrillers and this latest one is no exception.
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Anyone who writes a book deserves some credit but this one is not for me. I struggled through the first few chapters during which the plot never moved out of the murder scene, I learned that the main character had a nickname of DD, and that she had some mental problems. At this point I gave up. If you like your characters to be fully formed before the story progresses this may appeal. If you like the plot to move forward at the same time this is not recommended.
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By eveyy on 18 Jan. 2014
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I don't know if I liked this. I love her books I've read nearly all of them Especially detective DD as I love her power she has to want and not be held back however when comes to the killer I always get it wrong which I like as it's a surprise. But I knew early on who it was which annoyed me but what annoys me the most and if you read Lisa books you will now (if not SPOILER) she kills all the bad guys!!! Why?!?! It a typical boring ending!!! But it is an okay book I just think she's had better
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Can't put this book down once you start!! Very well written and a page turner.
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Not one of her best. I found it quite boring, in fact it is just laying there unfinished. Suppose I will get around to reading it all.
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Love Lisa Gardner, but this is definitely not one of her better books. Was thinking of other things while I should have been engrossed in the storyline - definitely not a page turner :(
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should have made this a trilogy, lost momentum and become predictable
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