The 7th Month (Detective D.D. Warren, Book 5.5) by Lisa Gardner

By Lisa Gardner

In Lisa Gardner’s first-ever brief tale following 13 bestselling novels, "The seventh Month" takes readers among the books and right into a day within the lifetime of Boston Detective D. D. Warren.In her 7th month of being pregnant, D.D. may be taking it effortless. as a substitute, she accepts a small consulting position at the set of a serial killer movie capturing in Boston. D.D. figures she’ll be worthy to anyone for a minimum of one evening, serving as a police specialist and creating a little more money within the bargain.It feels like an easy task—until the former movie advisor, a former Boston cop, is located crushed to dying. all at once D.D.’s date with Hollywood will get critical. super pregnant, at the path of a killer, and surrounded through 100 and 4 homicide suspects in the course of a graveyard, D.D. needs to speedy resolve a tangled net of lies. As one other forged member is attacked, D.D. realizes that love it or now not, her priorities have changed—and her final determined desire is that she will be able to trap a killer sooner than she and her unborn child face mortal danger.Packed with the suspenseful storytelling that has grew to become Gardner’s novels into big apple occasions bestsellers, "The seventh Month" finds new insights right into a liked sequence heroine.Includes an particular early examine Catch Me, coming February 7, 2012.

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By Lisa Gardner

In Lisa Gardner’s first-ever brief tale following 13 bestselling novels, "The seventh Month" takes readers among the books and right into a day within the lifetime of Boston Detective D. D. Warren.In her 7th month of being pregnant, D.D. may be taking it effortless. as a substitute, she accepts a small consulting position at the set of a serial killer movie capturing in Boston. D.D. figures she’ll be worthy to anyone for a minimum of one evening, serving as a police specialist and creating a little more money within the bargain.It feels like an easy task—until the former movie advisor, a former Boston cop, is located crushed to dying. all at once D.D.’s date with Hollywood will get critical. super pregnant, at the path of a killer, and surrounded through 100 and 4 homicide suspects in the course of a graveyard, D.D. needs to speedy resolve a tangled net of lies. As one other forged member is attacked, D.D. realizes that love it or now not, her priorities have changed—and her final determined desire is that she will be able to trap a killer sooner than she and her unborn child face mortal danger.Packed with the suspenseful storytelling that has grew to become Gardner’s novels into big apple occasions bestsellers, "The seventh Month" finds new insights right into a liked sequence heroine.Includes an particular early examine Catch Me, coming February 7, 2012.

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Don't bet on it," one of his buddies called, laughing. The Babe Man good-naturedly gave him the finger then turned back to Sachs. Which is when her pager beeped and she looked down to see Lincoln Rhyme's number on the screen. The word "URGENT" appeared after it. "Gotta go," she said. " he asked, a fake pout on his handsome face. " She made a pistol with her index finger and thumb and aimed it at him. "Bang, bang," she said. And trotted toward her yellow Camaro. Chapter Three This is a school?

Okay, Officer," he said, "we'll write up our results and they'll be attached to your review. " Consulting his notebook. "Your threat assessment regarding civilians and officers was perfect. Calls for backup were timely and appropriate. Your deployment of personnel negated any chance the perpetrators would escape from the containment situation and yet minimized exposure. You called the illegal drug search right. And getting the personal information from the one suspect for the hostage negotiator was a nice touch.

He leaned closer to the woman, squinting, wondering if he could see some essence, some spirit rising from her body. He didn't. He straightened up, considering what else he might do to the still form in front of him. • • • You’re sure it was screaming? No," the security guard said. "Maybe not screaming, you know. Shouting. Upset. For just a second or two. " The heavy guard, breathing hard, glanced at the tall, brunette policewoman, shook his head and flexed and opened his huge hands. He wiped his dark palms on his blue slacks.

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