Love You More is the fifth novel in the Detective D.D.Warren series by Lisa Gardner. Brian Darby is lying dead on the kitchen floor. His wife, state police officer Tessa Leoni, claims to have shot him in self-defense and suffered bruises the day before. So where did his 6-year-old daughter go? This is a case that veteran detective D. D. Warren is following and investigating.
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: Love You More – Detective D.D. Warren Book 5 by Molly
Keeps you guessing all the way through!
I love Lisa Gardner’s writing style. I couldn’t imagine how she could come up with another top notch book complete with deep characters, a compelling plot, superb mystery and her signature emotional hooks. By turns, you find yourself pulling for a character and being quite certain they’re the evil genius. Somehow Lisa Gardner makes you doubt your own conclusions, reverse your decisions, curse the good guys and root for the criminals. Lisa guides you through the twists and turns with more reliability than a GPS and at the end you know she’s manipulated the heck out of you and you love her for it. “Love You More” was so tough to put down that I actually listened all day at work while pretending to get things done. Shhhh. Don’t tell.
Go Lisa! GREAT book!
Review 2: Love You More – Detective D.D. Warren Book 5 by Audrey
Edge of your seat listening!
Spell-binding, spine-chilling, beautifully executed twists and turns, always another story behind a story, making for a great plot and interesting surprises. Also, very importantly, GREAT NARRATION. Without good narration, any story, even an excellent one, can be rendered frustrating and non-listenable (which unfortunately, I’ve run across a few times with my Audible purchases). Not so here. Great story, great narration, a winning combination!
Review 3: Love You More – Detective D.D. Warren Book 5 by Pamela
Recommended thriller – with substance
I like the way this book is narrated with a different voice for each of the two main characters — both rather under-dramatized but introspective, as if speaking from a personal level rather than acting. The low-key approach creates suspense and gives the listener time to become involved in the story, development of the characters, and wonder about or anticipate the next events. The thriller aspect is internalized and haunting, rather than the punch-punch, yell in your face narrative approach of the latest J.D. Robb book — Treachery in Death. This book is more thoughtful, creative, complex and psychological. The author includes plenty of forensic and police work technical details to progress the storyline as an investigation, as well as portraying personal journeys for the two main characters. I haven’t finished this book yet and am looking forward to the next chapters and wonder what the author has in store as an ending. I bet it is a surprise or at least unexpected! Entertaining yet has some substance and depth.
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