When You See Me: A Novel

When You See Me: A Novel

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Overview

#1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner unites three of her most beloved characters—Detective D. D. Warren, Flora Dane, and Kimberly Quincy—in a twisty new thriller, as they investigate a mysterious murder from the past . . . that points to a dangerous and chilling present-day crime.

FBI Special Agent Kimberly Quincy and Sergeant Detective D. D. Warren have built a task force to follow the digital bread crumbs left behind by deceased serial kidnapper Jacob Ness. When a disturbing piece of evidence is discovered in the hills of Georgia, they bring Flora Dane and true-crime savant Keith Edgar to a small town where something seems to be deeply wrong. What at first looks like a Gothic eeriness soon hardens into something much more sinister . . . and they discover that for all the evil Jacob committed while alive, his worst secret is still to be revealed. Quincy and D. D. must summon their considerable skills and experience to crack the most disturbing case of their careers—and Flora must face her own past directly in the hope of saving others.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781536609561
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 01/28/2020
Series: A D.D. Warren and Flora Dane Novel Series , #11
Edition description: Unabridged
Sales rank: 36,566
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 6.40(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Lisa Gardner is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of twenty suspense novels, including The Neighbor, which won Thriller of the Year from the International Thriller Writers. An avid hiker, traveler and cribbage player, she lives in the mountains of New Hampshire with her family.

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When You See Me (Signed Book) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 61 reviews.
Karen Eaton 28 days ago
The characters are what make you want to read a good book and this one includes favorites from previous thrillers as well as introducing a new survivor. A new favorite story to savor and a new character to love.
maribeth garrett 29 days ago
It is a fantastic read. Kept me up all night. Her books are always great page turners.I have every one she has written. This might be my new favorite.
Anna Sperber 3 days ago
This book was fast pace for the most part. Awesome character development especially Bonita, very believable intriguing beautiful gripping and full of heart. DD Flora and Kimberly such a magnificent trio, making an awesome story. I totally recommend this book. I hope to find out more about Bonita in the next book, please don't leave us hanging. Please also let us know more of Flora's new path in life. Such great growth with an old character, Flora and the beginning of a wonderful new character Bonita
Mkgrammy 24 days ago
Couldn't get through it fast enough and didn't want it to end. Flora Dane and DD Warren are my favorite characters. I would love to read more books involving them and of course Kevin. Great story, very relevant. Great read.
Jean Henney 27 days ago
Wonderful to have the three together solving this complex crime set up!
diane92345 3 months ago
Victim and survivor Flora Dane is back with a vengeance in When You See Me. D.D. Warren is assigned a multi-jurisdictional case of a skeleton buried fifteen years in rural Georgia. Jacob Ness, the serial killer who held Flora as his sex slave for over a year until she killed him, is suspected. D.D. brings in Flora, and Flora’s new serial killer obsessed techie boyfriend, Keith Edgar. All four work with the head of the team FBI agent Kimberly Quincy to catch the victim’s killer. The book is told from four women’s point of view—D.D., Flora, Kimberly, and an unknown victim who has lost the power of speech to a bullet. It is a riveting tale that delves into what happens to bodies when buried in shallow graves that I won’t soon forget. If you’re ready for a fast-paced deep dive into the seedy side of mankind, pick up the latest D.D. Warren book, When You See Me. Even though this is fine as a standalone, you may want to start with Flora’s own story in Find Her first. 5 stars and highly recommended! Thanks to Dutton Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.
Teri1957 3 months ago
I received an ARC from the publisher asking if I would please review Lisa Gardner's new book. This is my voluntary, honest review. All I can say is if you love suspense, thrills, & nail biting situations you need to read this book! I have to say I think this is one of the best D.D. Warren/Flora Dane books to date. This book grabs you from the first page and will not let go so do not pick it up until you can sit down and read the entire book! Enjoy!
Pamela Robinson 1 days ago
I LOVE A GOOD LISA GARDNER BOOK! This did not disappoint. Won't spoil anything for anyone, but I will say the story line was a page turner as a good D.D., Kimberly, and Flora team up would be. Can't wait for the next one!
Linda Hanner 1 days ago
Great book
sofie5 5 days ago
I love D.D. and the story combining Flora Dane and Kimberly Quincy. It was a thriller and page turner for sure.
Christina Miller 6 days ago
Another great read Author does not disappoint!!!
tschnitzler 9 days ago
When You See Me was darn near impossible for me to put down! I could have stayed up all night just to see what was going to happen next. Lisa Gardner has created this incredible installment in her famous D.D. Warren series, and it does not disappoint. The suspense and on the edge of your seat action literally made my heart race. D.D. has again teamed up with FBI Special Agent Quincy to investigate the deceased serial kidnapper Jacob Ness. The lone survivor of his terror, Flora Dane, is again part of the task force along with her new "friend" Keith Edgar. The investigation leads to a whole new investigation of more horrific evil. Both Flora and D.D.'s lives are changed at the end of this read, and I wouldn't dream of spoiling the surprises! Highly recommend!
Mary Ellen Overman 10 days ago
Loved the difference facets of each chapter. Being a city girl, it was nice to read about he happenings in the country\timber. Secrets!
vphillips88 10 days ago
This was not my first Lisa Gardner, but my first in this series. Now, I will have to put the other 10 on my ‘want to read list’. I was hooked after the first chapter. Lisa Gardner gives us a group of law enforcement individual from different backgrounds, and two civilians, Flora Dane and her boyfriend Keith. Flora’s background is important because as soon as the first body is discovered, the rumor goes that the girl was killed by Jacob Ness. Flora’s background is somewhat like the story of Colleen Stan; like her, Flora spent years being held captive in a box. DD Warren and her colleagues are working very hard to find the person who killed all those young girls, but the voice of a young girl, daughter of one of the victims, is very important. Not her real voice, because after the killing of her mother and the subsequent events, she cannot speak anymore. She can, however, communicate very well with her drawings, because she is very smart. There is a lot of violence in this book, both physically and psychologically, but Lisa Gardner uses her talents wisely and doesn’t draw out any unnecessary details.
Christina Allen 10 days ago
Excellent and gripping!
Rosemarie Cardone 10 days ago
Couldn't but it down very well written
Shaun Sowle 10 days ago
Another great story by Gardner. could't put it down until I finished at 2am.
Judene Amidei 10 days ago
But still loved the book!
Brenda Kraft 10 days ago
jolene olson 10 days ago
Hundt 12 days ago
WHEN YOU SEE ME was a difficult read from the very beginning, in the sense that it broke my heart again and again. The book opens with a young girl and her loving mother cooking dinner together, what should be a happy memorable moment turns into a devastating nightmare you won’t soon forget… ‘The house is agitated…The others don’t feel it...I place my hand on the wall closest to me. I try to tell the building it’s okay. I know bad things have happened here. It’s not the mansion’s fault, any more than it is mine. We’re both victims... ‘My name is Bonita. I am pretty. I am strong. I am my mother’s daughter. Always.’ I have to admit, when I got to Chapter Two of WHEN YOU SEE ME, I was bit confused, as it was evident that something had happened to these mix of characters previously, bringing them together at this moment, and I wasn’t privy to what it was, assured that all will be revealed, and when it wasn’t, I decided to do a quick search on Amazon. I learned that WHEN YOU SEE ME is book number eleven in the Detective D.D. Warren series. ‘Really...REALLY! Another book series?!’ my pocketbook screams at me as my debit card, still smoking from my previous book purchase (purchases, lets be honest), leaps out of my wallet and runs for the hills, leaving my lonely library card-quaking in its loose sleeve-to pick up the slack in the hopes of keeping my fantastical-book-fetish alive! HeHe! Yeah, I can live with that. If you’re not able to purchase this book and/or the previous ten, I highly recommend checking them out at the library. Luckily, my Mom is a huge Lisa Gardner fan, so I’m hoping she will let me borrow a couple from her extensive wall to wall library that used to be my old bedroom. Kind of fitting, don’t you think. ;) Thank you, NetGalley and Penguin Random House Publishing, for loaning me an advance eBook of WHEN YOU SEE ME in exchange for an honest review.
Anonymous 12 days ago
This is the 11th book in Gardner’s D.D. Warren series. The Boston detective is reunited with Flora Dane, who survived being kidnapped by a madman, and Kimberly Quincy, FBI agent. D.D. and Kimberly are members of a task force that is still piecing together the crimes of Jacob Ness, Flora’s kidnapper (clearly from an earlier book in the series). The evidence leads them to a small town north of Atlanta where the search for clues actually turns up a skeleton. Is this related to Ness, or is it something different. Along with Keith Edgar, technology expert and cop wannabe, the four main characters find more and more evidence of a most sinister cabal in this remote part of Georgia. While at first I found the pace a little slow, it quickly picks up and builds to a frantic pace as the underlying conspiracy is unveiled. While this book can be read as a standalone, I believe knowing more about the characters that reappear from earlier novels would have been helpful. It is still a good read with plenty of tension to keep you turning the pages. Gardner is a good writer in this genre. My thanks to Penguin Random House (Dutton) and NetGalley for the ARC of this novel.
Roland Rodman 15 days ago
EXPLOSIVE!!! CAN WAIT FOR LISA GARDNERS NEXT BOOK, SHE NEVER DISAPPOINTS
pam williams 16 days ago
Couldn't put it down! great read
Sally Nelson Sirkis 17 days ago
Could not put it dowm!!!