Hide by Lisa Gardner
A Detective D. D. Warren Novel (Detective D.D. Warren Novels)

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BONUS: This edition includes a new afterword: Lights, Camera, Hide the movie!

You have good reason to be afraid. . . .

It was a case that haunts Bobby Dodge to this day—the case that nearly killed him and changed his life forever. Now, in an underground chamber on the grounds of an abandoned Massachusetts mental hospital, the gruesome discovery of six mummified corpses resurrects his worst nightmare: the return of a killer he thought dead and buried. There’s no place to run. . . . Bobby’s only lead is wrapped around a dead woman’s neck. Annabelle Granger has been in hiding for as long as she can remember. Her childhood was a blur of new cities and assumed identities. But what—or who—her family was running from, she never knew. Now a body is unearthed from a grave, wearing a necklace bearing Annabelle’s name, and the danger is too close to escape. This time, she’s not going to run. You know he will find you. . . .

The new threat could be the dead psychopath’s copycat, his protégé—or something far more terrifying. Dodge knows the only way to find him is to solve the mystery of Annabelle Granger, and to do that he must team up with his former lover, partner, and friend D. D. Warren from the Boston P.D. But the trail leads back to a woman from Bobby’s past who may be every bit as dangerous as the new killer—a beautiful survivor-turned-avenger with an eerie link to Annabelle. From its tense opening pages to its shocking climax, Hide is a thriller that delves into our deepest, darkest fears. Where there is no one to trust. Where there is no place left to hide.
 

About Lisa Gardner

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Lisa Gardner is the New York Times bestselling author of thirteen novels. Her Detective D. D. Warren novels include Love You More, Live to Tell, Hide, Alone, and The Neighbor, winner of the International Thriller Writers' Award. Her FBI Profiler novels include Say Goodbye, Gone, The Killing Hour, The Next Accident, and The Third Victim. She lives with her family in New England.
 
Published January 30, 2007 by Bantam. 466 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure, History, Travel. Fiction

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Reed will find lots of work in the audio whodunit world.

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One that could easily have been added to the length of the album is “Night Shift.” The instrumental track—unmistakably inspired by the music of John Carpenter’s films—has been added to Rue Magazine’s Hymns From the House of Horror list and is available for free download from the magazine’s website.

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If I were forced—perhaps at gunpoint—to choose, I might make a desperate grasp for the catchy, upbeat “One Promise,” or maybe the lithe, ethereal “Play With Fire.” But the truth is, I really don't see any one track on Hide and Seek that stands out as a favorite because they are all just that good.

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Thirlwell describes it as a “Neo-symphonic avant-psychedelic concept album.” The term neo-symphonic certainly applies to the opening nine-minute opus “Cosmetics.” This is definitely music of grandeur, but with Thirlwell one can never be sure what his intentions are.

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She managed to end up on a farm living the country life when her husband dragged her from her well off suburban home to live on a 500 acre beef cattle farm in Virginia.

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In You Can Run But You Can't Hide he calls himself "the greatest bounty hunter who ever lived," and when discussing how he met his infamously well-endowed wife Beth, writes, "I've always had a thing for smart women -- especially smart women with big tits."

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He has demystified more than a few insurance terms, opened up the world of risk (and the risk is all yours without insurance) and given compelling case scenarios to show what can happen without insurance.

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The narrative focuses on the Rossetti family of artists and poets and their relationship with Polidori, and the efforts of a vampiric Queen Boadicca to work through her attachment to adventurer and Shelley confidant Edward Trelawny to bring about the downfall of London by mating her vampiric offs...

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As David becomes even more concerned and jealous — and finding Melanie with another — David waits until the assignation is done and murders Melanie in a fit of rage.

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Primarily character driven --- the crime scene at the beginning is over two decades old, and most of the violence in the book is confined to one scene --- HIDE is part puzzle, part romance and all good.

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In Lisa Gardner's Hide, the decades-old bodies of six schoolgirls turn up near a shuttered Boston mental hospital.

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