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I had a book recommended to me. Hide. In the description they're talking about Bobby Dodge. I assumed Bobby Dodge was the hero of the book.

 

A little research shows me that Hide is the second book in a series about Detective D. D. Warren.

 

So now I'm confused. If the book is about DD Warren, why is it a Bobby Dodge book? Conversely, if it is a Bobby Dodge book, why is it in the series about DD Warren?

 

If any of y'all read this woman, and could straighten out my confusion, I would certainly appreciate it

 

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There is no mention of detective Warren in the blurb that I read.

 

Hide

By Lisa Gardner

On the grounds of a psychiatric hospital, six mummified corpses are discovered — heralding the return of a murderer that Bobby Dodge thought was dead. Now, the identity of a woman called Annabelle may hold the key… “A nail-biting ride” (Publishers Weekly starred review) from a New York Times bestselling author!

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From the description of the first book in the series.

 

As he watches a potentially fatal hostage situation unfold through the scope of his sniper rifle, Massachusetts State Trooper Bobby Dodge knows that he may be all that stands between life and death. But from the moment Bobby pulls the trigger, killing an armed man holding his own wife and child hostage, it may be Bobby’s own life that is lost.

Detective D D Warren’s investigation into the shooting leads her to the impossibly beautiful young widow, Catherine Rose Gagnon, and the darkness in her past. Even as the truth behind the façade of this wealthy Boston family’s life is revealed, the body count rises. And with a sadistic, vengeful killer newly released from prison, everyone must be on their guard. For he strikes the solitary wanderer – and no one can stay protected forever…

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Based on this thread, I just started with the first book in the series, Alone.

I hadn't run across Lisa Gardner before and am now glad I did.

Very good, and can't wait to start on the rest of the books in the series.

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I'm glad. Always makes me feel good to introduce someone to a new author - even if I haven't read any of the author's stuff myself. B)

 


And while speaking of a new author, I just started the series by a fellow named J. Robert Kennedy. I made it to page 60, and I am totally and completely confused. I have read several blurbs where they recommend this author for his wonderful thrillers and adventures and ...


I cannot recommend him.

 

 

 

 

 

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