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Love You More (2000)

by Lisa Gardner(Favorite Author)
4.16 of 5 Votes: 1
Detective D.D. Warren
review 1: I enjoyed this one but think I would have enjoyed it more if it wasn't for the over the top, superhuman main character. I think it just tipped a bit too far in the credibility stakes for me. Plus the blood, gore and violence was getting pretty gratuitous in places. Still, Gardner once again keeps the plot twisting and turning and has this reader trying to work out what is going on - in a good way and not in a 'I have no idea what is going on' way.As for the latest development for the reoccurring character D.D., well, I have never really been all that interested in her, in the first place. That hasn't really been a problem, even if she is a central character, as this series features so many other new and reoccurring characters and plenty of action to keep my inte... morerest.
review 2: I forced myself to finish what started out as a not-bad mystery/thriller. I found the plotting awkward, forced, and all over the place, and the writing pedestrian. This is the first (and willl be the only) book I have read in the "Detective D.D. Warren" Series, so I am not familiar with the one-dimensional lead detective,D.D. It is told in alternating chapters, with Tessa Leoni, a state trooper accused of murder, narrating her story in the first person, and D.D.'s investigation of the case narrated in the third person. I have noted the excellent reviews from other readers, but this was definitely not the case for me. less
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this was a good book to read it kept me wanted to read more very good.
A page Turner one u won't be able to put down
Plot was too unlikely, but it was suspensful
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