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A family crisis, a murder and then chase and run the novel is loaded with everything that you can dream of if you are interested in mysteries and thrillers. Detective D.D. Warren is not facing an enemy this time as the criminal is one for his own department. The pain though is great but still there are no detailed investigations as Tessa Leoni herself admits that she has shot her husband. Tessa shot her husband because he was trying to kill her and because of that she was all blue and black.
The case looks simple as it is another one of those family quarrels you usually hear about in the news. But one question still remains unanswered i.e where is her six year old daughter. What has happened to her nobody knows, and the search is on because she might hold the key to all this fuss.
Warren is confused right from the start that why Tessa a sensible cop did such a thing in the first place. As the detective goes deep with the help of someone whom he never wanted to pair with again in his life, family secrets are opened. The secrets really give a twist to the case that appeared to be an open and shut case at the beginning of the investigation.
Lisa Gardner has always remained successful in knitting such classic thrillers that are related to family bonds. We see such deep characters in Find Her and Touch & Go as well. The story also stress upon the need that we should root out the evil that lies at the very core of our basic human personality.
NNarration is quite compatible as well because of the fact that there are two narrators and both Kirsten Potter and Katie MacNichol don’t go on at the same time. Moreover the male characters are narrated by Kirsten and the female by Katie to keep the difference alive.