By Lisa Gardner
Published by Headline (9 February 2016)
My name is Flora Dane and I was kidnapped from a beach on spring break. I spent 472 days with my captor before I was found.
I spent the last five years trying to reacquaint myself with the rhythms of my life. But everything is different. I've had to learn how to protect myself in this dangerous new world.
There are other predators out there and I'll do anything to stop them. Am I a victim or a vigilante? Detective D. D. Warren doesn't know. Sometimes neither do I.
When another girl disappears, I know I have to FIND HER, whatever it takes, even if it means putting myself in danger...
Escaped kidnap victim Flora Dane has once again disappeared. Has the self-proclaimed vigilante become a victim? Or is something far more sinister at play? D.D. will have to race against the clock if she is going to Find Her.
Lisa Gardner has, yet again, written a brilliant psychological thriller filled with suspense and intrigue. Find Her is creepy and intense from the first page and its vivid descriptions certainly made my skin crawl.
Five years ago, Flora Dane was kidnapped for 472 days before she was found. She's now on a mission to protect other women from predators. But when Flora disappears, it's up to Detective D.D. Warren to find out why.
Find Her is a fast paced book and I read it in two short sittings. It's cleverly plotted and kept me guessing all the way through. Certain chapters, set in the past, were highly sinister with their claustrophobic setting. I felt quite drained by the end of the book and had to take a moment to catch my breath.
This is one of those books that's an uncomfortable read but completely addictive. I'm not prone to nightmares. But if you are, I suggest you don't read this late at night, or when you're alone!
I received an Advance Reader Copy in exchange for an honest review.