Flora Dane was kidnapped seven years ago and spent 472 days with her captor before being rescued. Once home, Flora tries to return to her normal self but finds she no longer is that same person. Detective D.D. Warren encounters Flora at a crime scene and is puzzled as to whether Flora is a victim of reckless behavior or a vigilante out for justice. Before D.D. can decide, Flora is abducted and D.D. must sort through all the clues before it's too late.
I have enjoyed Lisa Gardner's books in the past, but I believe this is her best book yet. The portions of the book describing Flora's captivity were so vivid that they really put you right there with her. You could definitely tell the novel was well researched and I felt that the author truly gave a voice to the victims and survivors of those horrific circumstances. Find Her was perfectly paced and as with all of Lisa Gardner's books, the characters were well developed and interesting. I highly recommend Find Her, but be plan to stay up late with this highly suspenseful engaging novel.
I received this book from Penguin Group Dutton through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.