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Say Goodbye Paperback – 4 Mar 2010

4.4 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Orion (4 Mar. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1409117383
  • ISBN-13: 978-1409117384
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2.5 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 912,442 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Lock the door and prepare to be scared. (WOMAN & HOME)

Suspense of the highest order. **** (THE MIRROR)

Some of this novel gave me shivers up my spine. It is definitely not one for arachnophobes, but everyone else should love it. (INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Death comes creeping up on you... The latest chilling thriller from the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author of HIDE.

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By BCB & More TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 July 2008
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Kimberly Quincy is back is this fast paced, "cannot put it down" thriller. The story starts by introducing back to the scene Kimberly and her husband Mac who are looking forward to the arrival of their first child. With Kimberly pregnant, Mac wants her to reduce her workload and spend more time looking after herself. But in true Quincy fashion she does the complete opposite and becomes involved in an unusual case that is started on a hunch of a fellow officer. Missing prostitutes are what starts the case off, along with bizzare twists in the case including spiders and young boys. Truly gripping story which I read in a day and a half. Could NOT put this book down and was pleased with the return of much loved characters. Lisa Gardner did not dissapoint in any way shape or form with this book and it was a pleasure to read
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I think I said this in my review for Lisa Gardner's last book - Hide - but this author really does get better and better with every book she writes. Say Goodbye was absolutely brilliant!!! Gripping from start to finish with the most shocking and disturbing storyline she has come up with yet!! I thought the antagonist was the most intriguing 'baddie' I have yet to read in any crime/thriller. On the one hand, he is an absolute monster, an abomination of the human race, but on the flip side you feel and understand him. It's these contrasting emotions that make the book horribly eerie. And the use of spiders is also guaranteed to make your skin crawl.

I couldn't put this book down while I was reading it and I just didn't want it to end. It was so emotionally and psychologically arresting and I think it will have a strong effect on anyone reading it. I just can't believe Lisa Gardner isn't more popular then she currently is because this truly is crime writing at it's best!!!
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Say Goodbye

A fast paced thriller that I found myself unable to put down. Despite being an arachnaphobe I was stunned by my own curiosity at the innumerable facts I learned about spiders. As usual Lisa Gardner has created not just a gripping plot but believable characters with their own problems to solve as well. Interesting to go through the process of catching a killer with no bodies and no evidence of a crime. Totally absorbing. Can't wait for the next book.
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The main story line is about missing children and a child sex offender. It goes into quite graphic detail, so be aware of this. Not a book for the faint hearted. I have given the book 5 stars as the book was well written with twists to the story i didn't see coming. I am hoping the author picks up with these characters in another book
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Lisa Gardner has excelled herself in 'Say Goodbye'. It is as much brutal as it is fantastic with a monster so terrifying and twisted it makes your skin crawl. This novel focuses on FBI Special Agent Kimberly Quincy who despite being 5 months pregnant with her first child is thrown into a case involving missing prostitutes but with no bodies and very few clues she teams up with GBI Agent Sal Martignetti to hunt down a sadistic killer who will stop at nothing to gain control.
I couldn't put this book down. I had to pry it from my hands at night and when I did thinking about the story actually gave me the creeps. After a much anticipated book season with many authors not hitting the right note this was a welcomed breath of fresh air. Lisa's characters and plot scream depth and substance. I feel that this book/plot is not only emotionally challenging and disturbing but delves into a truly horrifying world.
A truly exceptional book from an author who continues to surpass her peers
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The most disturbing novel from Gardner dealing with gruesome issues of abduction and child abuse in quite horrific circumstances. In her post script Gardner worryingly claims these issues are based on real life. Kimberley Quincy is led to cases of missing girls and receives stange calls from adolescent boys for their rescue as she becomes involved in a case that is just emerging. At the same time she is heavily pregnant thinking about children, and family security. This is a good read, but at times a little hard to follow as the first person prose changes over generations and individuals. I had to read back a couple of times. Good but not her best.
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This is a thriller that stays in your mind long after you have finished reading it. The subject matter is very disturbing - child abduction, sexual, physical and mental abuse and a serial killer. Gardner states she was inspired by real events and she has certainly conveyed the cruelty that can exist and how evil actions of some take place and the consequences of them. In contrast she gives us hope and reminds us of good actions and bravery through the character of Rita.

The use of spiders gives a creepy edge to the thriller and the imagery cleverly describes how others have been caught in the killer's web.

This is well written, with a good moving plot and with the character of Kimberly Quincy remaining a strong believable one as we see her life changing.
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just love this series - each time I start off thinking the one that I am reading is not quite so good as the last one and then BOOM - I am hooked and can't put it down !! Felt as if it might be the last one, with the summing up at the end ? I hope not
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