Fear Nothing



[Download] ➶ Fear Nothing ✤ Lisa Gardner – E17streets4all.co.uk In New York Times bestseller Lisa Gardner s latest pulse pounding thriller, Detective D D Warren must face a new fear as a serial killer terrorizes Boston My name is Dr Adeline Glen Due to a genetic InNew York Times bestseller Lisa Gardner s latest pulse pounding thriller, Detective D D Warren must face a new fear as a serial killer terrorizes Boston My name is Dr Adeline Glen Due to a genetic condition, I can t feel pain I never have I never willThe last thing Boston Detective D D Warren remembers is walking the crime scene after dark Then, a creaking floorboard, a low voice crooning in her ear She is later told she managed to discharge her weapon three times All she knows is that she is seriously injured, unable to move her left arm, unable to return to work My sister is Shana Day, a notorious murderer who first killed at fourteen Incarcerated for thirty years, she has now murdered people while in prison than she did as a free woman Six weeks later, a second woman is discovered murdered in her own bed, her room containing the same calling cards from the first a bottle of champagne and a single red rose The only person who may have seen the killer Detective D D Warren, who still can t lift her child, load her gun, or recall a single detail from the night that may have cost her everything Our father was Harry Day, an infamous serial killer who buried young women beneath the floor of our home He has been dead for forty years Except the Rose Killer knows things about my father he shouldn t My sister claims she can help catch him I think just because I can t feel pain doesn t mean my family can t hurt meDD may not be back on the job, but she is back on the hunt Because the Rose Killer isn t just targeting lone women, he is targeting DD And DD knows there is only one way to take him down Fear Nothing.Fear Nothing

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name mystery thrillers, suspenseLisa Gardner is a New York Times bestselling crime novelist A self described research junkie, she has parlayed her interest in police procedure and twisted minds into a streak of twenty plus thrillers Her latest, WHEN YOU SEE ME, comes out January , and features fan favorites Boston Detective DD Warren, survivor turned vigilante Flora Dane, and FBI Agent Kimberly Quincy When a shallow grave is discovered outside a small mountain town in Georgia, questions quickly arise Are these the sad remains of one of infamous Jacob Ness s previous victims Or the evidence of something worse The cold case quickly turns red hot as the task force realizes nothing in this quaint town is at it appears Worse, there s another young victim whose life is on the line Can they figure out the truth in time Lisa lives in the mountains of New Hampshire with two crazy pups and an ancient rescue dog When not writing, Lisa loves to hike, play cribbage, and of course, read.

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    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader willThe last thing Boston Detective D D Warren remembers is walking the crime scene after dark Then, a creaking floorboard, a low voice crooning in her ear She is later told she managed to discharge her weapon three times All she knows is that she is seriously injured, unable to move her left arm, unable to return to work My sister is Shana Day, a notorious murderer who first killed at fourteen Incarcerated for thirty years, she has now murdered people while in prison than she did as a free woman Six weeks later, a second woman is discovered murdered in her own bed, her room containing the same calling cards from the first a bottle of champagne and a single red rose The only person who may have seen the killer Detective D D Warren, who still can t lift her child, load her gun, or recall a single detail from the night that may have cost her everything Our father was Harry Day, an infamous serial killer who buried young women beneath the floor of our home He has been dead for forty years Except the Rose Killer knows things about my father he shouldn t My sister claims she can help catch him I think just because I can t feel pain doesn t mean my family can t hurt meDD may not be back on the job, but she is back on the hunt Because the Rose Killer isn t just targeting lone women, he is targeting DD And DD knows there is only one way to take him down Fear Nothing."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 416 pages
  • Fear Nothing
  • Lisa Gardner
  • English
  • 12 May 2018
  • 0525953086

10 thoughts on “Fear Nothing

  1. says:

    Exceptional stuff I love Lisa Gardner s stuff She s a great storyteller and a real professional You know when you pick up one of her books that you ll get a super twisty tale with an ending that makes sense Cannot recommend her enough Also, a very classy lady She and I toured some military bases together a while back She certainly got some salutes

  2. says:

    How do thriller authors keep coming up with rare disorders for their novels InFear Nothing , Lisa Gardner s seventh Detective D.D Warren book, a psychiatrist, Dr Adeline Glen, has a congenital genetic mutation of the SCN9 gene that results in insensitivity to pain As it turns out, D.D is required to see this psychiatrist as after she suffers traumatic injuries while at a crime scene Left with a stiff neck and left shoulder and unable to use her arm, D.D must take a leave of absence W How do thriller authors keep coming up with rare disorders for their novels InFear Nothing , Lisa Gardner s seventh Detective D.D Warren book, a psychiatrist, Dr Adeline Glen, has a congenital genetic mutation of the SCN9 gene that results in insensitivity to pain As it turns out, D.D is required to see this psychiatrist as after she suffers traumatic injuries while at a crime scene Left with a stiff neck and left shoulder and unable to use her arm, D.D must take a leave of absence Worse, she is dependent upon her husband Alex to assist her and care for their young son She finds this incredibly frustrating Dr Glen s specialty, ironically, is pain management.While it s true that we see a slightly different side of D.D., a vulnerable she might say weak or helpless side, she is still a homicide detective through to her core She is skeptical, as many folks are, of psychiatrists, and she insists on collaborating with her fellow detectives on the very case she was investigating when she was injured, one that is eventually dubbed The Rose Killer Little does she know that there will be an intimate connection between Adeline Glen and her case.Adeline is the younger sister of Massachusetts youngest convicted female killer, Shana Day, who went to prison when she was 14 Not only that, but their father was an infamous serial killer who committed suicide when the girls were very young That inability to feel pain It has benefits but also drawbacks She could be bleeding and not know it Infected, and unaware So her activities and lifestyle were very limited She was adopted and grew up without her sister Now she visits her once a month Her psychopathic sister is incapable of love What about Adeline She had the same parents Nature or nurture Does Adeline have any secrets The murders themselves are relatively benign if one can ever say that about murder , but there is post mortem mutilation that seems to point toward the Day murders somehow The lines between doctor patient and cop witness expert get blurred as D.D and her team enlist the assistance of Adeline Glen as a go between with her incarcerated sister Could Shana possibly be a link to someone on the outside The depiction of Shana as a master manipulator felt so real that anything seemed possible My head was spinning crazily as I racked my brains trying to figure out how, and why this was all happening and who might be responsible I liked Adeline I wasn t sure I fully trusted her, but I didn t want her to be involved Oh, my Who else might it be The suspense was riveting at times, but there was also laugh out loud humor, especially when it pertained to D.D s pain therapy You know the phrase, I ve got to laugh to keep from crying I m not sure that D.D was laughing, but I was Her resistance to some of the techniques and the exchanges she had with her husband Alex were quite funny.As the danger escalated and the situation seemed to growdire, the pace ramped up I had to suspend belief the events were not unexpected, after all and the conclusion seemed inevitable.I ve enjoyed all of the D.D Warren books, and this was certainly no exception I finished this novel in just over a day This was an excellent way to kick off 2019, and I expect to readof this series before the year is over.5 stars

  3. says:

    I love Lisa Gardner s latest novel Fear Nothing Gardner always leaves readers guessing and rooting for the hero In the interest of full disclosure, I am definitely a fan of Gardner s and have been for a long time Her novels, crime thrillers, are always fast paced and full of sadistic nut jobs I d never want to be left alone in any room with Fear Nothing follows the same formula she is known for but still manages to seem fresh and engaging.Fear Nothing is the 7th in her D.D Warren series Fo I love Lisa Gardner s latest novel Fear Nothing Gardner always leaves readers guessing and rooting for the hero In the interest of full disclosure, I am definitely a fan of Gardner s and have been for a long time Her novels, crime thrillers, are always fast paced and full of sadistic nut jobs I d never want to be left alone in any room with Fear Nothing follows the same formula she is known for but still manages to seem fresh and engaging.Fear Nothing is the 7th in her D.D Warren series For fans of the Warren series, we all know that she s Boston s most influential detectives and never ceases to bring the goods In this latest novel, she s battling an avulsion fracture after she goes back to a crime scene and is surprised by an unknown assailant D.D s captain suggests she speaks to Dr Adeline Glen Dr Glen is a pain specialist who feels no pain.Imagine a world where you feel no pain The fear of an impending blow to the face, or a broken arm ceases to exist Sounds pretty lovely except when you have to constantly check over your body to make sure you haven t injured yourself inadvertently Or constantly checking your temperature because you re not able to sweat and the risk of overheating can cause you to pass out These are the routines Adeline goes through to feel some little bit of normalcy.While D.D is trying to cope with her debilitating injury, a killer is loose on Boston s streets A killer whose MO is similar to Adeline s own sister is terrorizing the streets Soon D.D realizes that Adeline may be the key to breaking the case wide open Since she has no memory of her own attack, she s hoping the doctor who feels no pain, can help break the case.Fear Nothing explores a topic that s always pretty popular with psychological thrillers The nature vs nurture debate Adeline s past is anything but ideal She s the daughter of a well known killer who suggests blood is love Adeline also battles her own demons that will leave readers wondering what is the whole story What exactly is her deal Fear Nothing will excite Lisa Gardner s fans and make putting this novel down impossible There s misdirection, interesting characters, and gruesome murders Basically the essentials for a great crime thriller LIsa Gardner never fails her audience Copy provided by Penguin Group via Netgalley

  4. says:

    I ve been a fan of Lisa Gardner s mysteries for years, and Fear Nothing has to be one of her best If you re a fan of a well plotted, mystery that keeps you on the edge of your seat, I highly recommend this story Detective D.D Warren is out on disability after falling down a flight of stairs at the scene of a horrendous murder She has no recollection of what happened, only that she fired her gun and woke up with one hell of a shoulder injury Pain is now her constant companion, making her exi I ve been a fan of Lisa Gardner s mysteries for years, and Fear Nothing has to be one of her best If you re a fan of a well plotted, mystery that keeps you on the edge of your seat, I highly recommend this story Detective D.D Warren is out on disability after falling down a flight of stairs at the scene of a horrendous murder She has no recollection of what happened, only that she fired her gun and woke up with one hell of a shoulder injury Pain is now her constant companion, making her existence a nightmare This is how she meets Dr Adeline Glen, a pain specialist highly recommended D.D and Adeline soon find that they havein common that just a doctor patient relationship when the murders continue and they discover a bizarre and suspicious connection to Adeline s family Two things about Dr Adeline Glen are significant First, she can t physically feel pain, which makes her chosen profession ironic and second, she is the daughter of one of the most infamous serial killer s in history, Harry Day, who died over forty years ago As if that wasn t enough of a stigma, her older sister Shana Day, is a convicted murderer as well You d think this wouldn t have much of an impact on Adeline s life given that her father committed suicide when she was just a baby and she was adopted by a well respected doctor, but nature versus nurture weighs heavily in Adeline s mind As you read the story it becomes evident why One thing I love about Lisa Gardner is the fact that she delves heavily into her character s state of mind This story is told in first person for Adeline s POV, and third person for D.D s chapters, which worked perfectly Because of the first person narrative with Adeline, I felt an intimate connection with her and the interworking of her mind was fascinating Her relationship with her incarcerated sister, and their family history factor heavily into the story With the murders resembling the methods used by both Shana and their father, suspicions are swirling everywhere and as a reader I suspected everyone With D.D dealing with intense pain and complete memory loss, she is understandably frustrated, but she continues to work on the case unofficially with her team, her husband Alex, and with Adeline In the previous books, D.D reluctantly settled down with Alex, a blood spatter specialist, and had a child It was lovely to see them as a couple still going strong even dealing with extremely difficult circumstances, and I thought Ms Gardner did an excellent job portraying their struggles realistically This mystery was a good one Layer upon layer was slowly stripped away until we discover the secrets of the past as well as the identity of the killer I was riveted to the pages, and bouncing up and down in parts from the suspense Fear Nothing is part of a series, but it s not necessary to read the previous books to enjoy this story.The brilliant narration of Kirsten Potter really enhanced my enjoyment of this excellent mystery She has a low sultry voice which I found very appealing I ve listened to another book narrated by Ms Potter Never Seduce a Scot and she is amazing with accents A copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Thank you

  5. says:

    Detective D D Warren is revisiting the latest crime scene of an apparent serial killer who s been named the Rose Killer It s late at night and she s alone, or so she thought When she realizes someone else is in the house, she stumbles and falls down a flight of stairs but not before firing off several shots She now has no memory of the events leading up to the fall and she s recovering from a serious injury to her shoulder Though she s sidelined, Warren can t help but stay connected to the Detective D D Warren is revisiting the latest crime scene of an apparent serial killer who s been named the Rose Killer It s late at night and she s alone, or so she thought When she realizes someone else is in the house, she stumbles and falls down a flight of stairs but not before firing off several shots She now has no memory of the events leading up to the fall and she s recovering from a serious injury to her shoulder Though she s sidelined, Warren can t help but stay connected to the case and is allowed to as a consultant Unfortunately, she s now captured the attention of the killer who wants to draw her in as a potential victim This is one of thecreepy, sinister stories of the series The Rose Killer is a copycat version of another killer who died many years ago but his two daughters are alive The oldest, Shana Day, is locked up in prison for murdering a young boy when she was 14 years old The youngest, Dr Adeline Glen was adopted by a psychologist and is now D D s pain therapist There s a twist there, too, and the connections were hard to ignore I could never determine if they were red herrings or substantive leads in the investigation I was oddly hooked to this often brutal and gruesome story but the storytelling in this series is always compelling The revelation of the killer and plot was a surprise but also notI can t adequately explain that contradiction The ending was spectacular and the only one it could be Kirsten Potter narrates it so well and I m totally committed to always listening to this series because of her performances This one was uncomfortably fascinating

  6. says:

    Ridiculous Not even remotely plausible story line The main character s most favorite dialogue is F F F and bite me Forgive me but that s not the language a mature 40 year old murder detective would use other than to blow off stress When I compare this book to Ian Rankin, Rendell, McDermid, LeHane, Grisham, Child etc it is pathetic I have no idea what all the 5 star reviews are about Poor plot, silly dialogue, formulaic story development Not even a sense of place, setting or character dev Ridiculous Not even remotely plausible story line The main character s most favorite dialogue is F F F and bite me Forgive me but that s not the language a mature 40 year old murder detective would use other than to blow off stress When I compare this book to Ian Rankin, Rendell, McDermid, LeHane, Grisham, Child etc it is pathetic I have no idea what all the 5 star reviews are about Poor plot, silly dialogue, formulaic story development Not even a sense of place, setting or character development I hope spring brings a better crop of mysteries It s been a long, cold winter

  7. says:

    The D D Warren series is another series I have avidly read for years This case sees D D fighting a serious injury after her fall down stairs at a crime scene, or should I say a push This one is exceedingly graphic, parts which I admit I skimmed The story line was an interesting one, but this is where I felt a little let down It was very plausible, serial killer, two sisters born of a serial killer father and where their lives had led, what effects they had from this birth Interesting th The D D Warren series is another series I have avidly read for years This case sees D D fighting a serious injury after her fall down stairs at a crime scene, or should I say a push This one is exceedingly graphic, parts which I admit I skimmed The story line was an interesting one, but this is where I felt a little let down It was very plausible, serial killer, two sisters born of a serial killer father and where their lives had led, what effects they had from this birth Interesting the whole nature against nurture debate So I bought it until near the end where there were just too many things things that just were not believable Also the ending seemed almost maudlin and I felt a bit let down there as well Despite these momentary lapses I still look forward to the next outing of D D Warren She is such an amazing character and I want to see where and what case she next finds herself involved

  8. says:

    Number 7 in the D D Warren series and it remains fresh, the characters interesting, and the story suspenseful Lisa Gardner is a great storyteller and in this book she has come up with a twisty tale that keeps you guessing and turning the pages.While investigating a particularly gruesome murder D.D is attacked and left with a severe disability Six weeks later there is another similar murder and it appears they have a serial killer on their hands The women have been killed in their beds, a b Number 7 in the D D Warren series and it remains fresh, the characters interesting, and the story suspenseful Lisa Gardner is a great storyteller and in this book she has come up with a twisty tale that keeps you guessing and turning the pages.While investigating a particularly gruesome murder D.D is attacked and left with a severe disability Six weeks later there is another similar murder and it appears they have a serial killer on their hands The women have been killed in their beds, a bottle of champagne and a single red rose left as a calling card Dubbed the Rose Killer by the media he appears to be recreating the crimes of Harry Day, a serial killer who kept the skin of his victims as a souvenir The only person who may have seen the killer is D.D when she was attacked at the first crime scene.In previous novels D.D always appeared tough and fearless In this story we see avulnerable D.D She is injured She is on disability, she can t even pick up her son let alone fire a weapon Her husband, Alex, is patient and understanding He has to take care of D.D and their son For perhaps the first time D.D has doubts and questions She agrees to see a doctor who specializes in pain management Not that she really has a choice in the matter.Dr Adeline Glen was born with a rare genetic condition that results in her not being able to feel pain She also happens to be the daughter of Harry Day and was adopted after Harry died She has a sister who was not as fortunate Shana appears to have taken after Harry and distinguished herself at 14 as the youngest person in Massachusetts history to be tried for murder as an adult Since then she has killed two prison guards D.D works with Adeline to learn about her father and sister Harry is dead Shana has been in solitary confinement since killing the prison guards So who is the Rose Killer Why has the killings started now Adeline and Shana are interesting characters but we get to meet a new D.D Warren She has insecurities and vulnerabilities She doesn t handle these very well Even if she is officially on disability she is on the hunt for a serial killer The killer may have attacked her and threatened her and her family but now she is on the hunt That is her pain management plan

  9. says:

    That was pretty intense Lisa Gardner is an author on top of her game She has crafted a chilling thriller that leaves you guessing until the very end.Boston police are called to a gruesome crime scene where a woman lies dead on the bed, her skin flayed and left in ribbons around her body Also present are a red rose, a bottle of champagne and some fluffy pink handcuffs Detective D.D Warren thinks the scene is a bit of misdirection and goes back that night to get a better feel for the place wh That was pretty intense Lisa Gardner is an author on top of her game She has crafted a chilling thriller that leaves you guessing until the very end.Boston police are called to a gruesome crime scene where a woman lies dead on the bed, her skin flayed and left in ribbons around her body Also present are a red rose, a bottle of champagne and some fluffy pink handcuffs Detective D.D Warren thinks the scene is a bit of misdirection and goes back that night to get a better feel for the place when she encounters the killer who pushes her down the stairs Her injuries are very painful and she is on enforced sick leave but, of course, she can t leave this alone Six weeks later there is an identical murder Unfortunately these murders also appear identical to those of serial killer Harry Day who has been dead for 40 years His equally notorious daughter, Shana, is also a potential candidate only she has been in prison for 23 years, largely in solitary confinement.Things get really interesting when D.D learns that her pain specialist, Dr Adeline Glen, is the daughter of Harry Day and the sister of Shana She also has a condition where she can feel no pain Does she know anything about these murders Adeline has a complex relationship with her sister whom she visits once a month Shana lets on that she may have some insights to the killings and police work frantically to discover if she has an accomplice on the outside This book comes to a chilling and satisfying climax as the truth is finally revealed

  10. says:

    I m not going to fudge on this oneIt might be that I am reaching a breaking point, having binged on Lisa Gardner through the holiday season However, this is not the best work Not the worst, but definitely not the best.D.D is dealing with a threat to her future as a detective, having been injured on the job Unfortunately, the damage to her shoulder arm back is pretty debilitating and the pain shrink she goes to just happens to be sisters with a renowned killer Oh yeah, and they are both d I m not going to fudge on this oneIt might be that I am reaching a breaking point, having binged on Lisa Gardner through the holiday season However, this is not the best work Not the worst, but definitely not the best.D.D is dealing with a threat to her future as a detective, having been injured on the job Unfortunately, the damage to her shoulder arm back is pretty debilitating and the pain shrink she goes to just happens to be sisters with a renowned killer Oh yeah, and they are both daughters of another infamous serial killer.I know that authors are always under constant strain to produce, produce, produce Sometimes they trot out a meh book to make their contract requirements Had I not known that Gardner returns strong with a FBI profiler novel right after publishing this one, I would fear that she s losing her touch Again, her next couple books are really good, so I won t despair too much

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