Her entry begins:
I just finished reading Love You More by Lisa Gardner. I’ve always enjoyed Gardner’s novels featuring Sergeant Detective D.D. Warren, and this one was no exception. In the most recent installment, D.D. and her former love interest, state detective Bobby Dodge, partner to investigate the disappearance of six-year-old Sophie Leoni.Among the praise for Deed to Death:
At the opening of the novel, Sophie’s mother, Tessa, believed to be a victim of domestic abuse, admits to killing her husband, Brian. Police find Brian’s body in the kitchen of the family home, but where is Sophie? Was she kidnapped, or is she dead as well?
The investigation is woven around an interesting subplot involving D.D.’s unexpected...[read on]
"Deed to Death grabs the reader from the very first page and doesn't let go. With a lightning pace, a gutsy heroine, and jaw-dropping twists, this is a mystery that will keep you guessing to the very end. An outstanding debut!"Learn more about the book and author at D.B. Henson's website and blog.
--Boyd Morrison, author of The Vault and The Ark
"D.B. Henson's novel is a chilling exploration of how little we sometimes know about the people we love. It's also good fun. Exquisite plotting, stunning twists, and a heroine you can't stop rooting for make Deed to Death a fantastic debut. This is one book you don't want to miss!"
--Allison Leotta, author Law of Attraction
"In Deed to Death, D.B. Henson delivers a can't-miss, compelling whodunit set in the upmarket real estate game. A real page-turner--I read this in one long bite, through the night and into the next morning."
"Deed to Death is like coming down that first hill of a roller-coaster. Buckle up, hold on tight and be prepared for a little whiplash."
-- R.J. Jagger, author of Lawyer Trap
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