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Right Behind You #2020

Right Behind You Lisa Gardner s next thriller following her runaway New York Times bestseller Find Her takes her wildly popular brand of suspense to new heights Is he a hero Eight years ago Sharlah May Nash s older b

  • Title: Right Behind You
  • Author: Lisa Gardner
  • ISBN: 9780525954583
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Right Behind You By Lisa Gardner, Lisa Gardner s next thriller following her runaway New York Times bestseller Find Her takes her wildly popular brand of suspense to new heights.Is he a hero Eight years ago, Sharlah May Nash s older brother beat their drunken father to death with a baseball bat in order to save both of their lives Now thirteen years old, Sharlah has finally moved on About to be adoptedLisa Gardner s next thriller following her runaway New York Times bestseller Find Her takes her wildly popular brand of suspense to new heights.Is he a hero Eight years ago, Sharlah May Nash s older brother beat their drunken father to death with a baseball bat in order to save both of their lives Now thirteen years old, Sharlah has finally moved on About to be adopted by retired FBI profiler Pierce Quincy and his partner, Rainie Conner, Sharlah loves one thing best about her new family They are all experts on monsters.Is he a killer Then the call comes in A double murder at a local gas station, followed by reports of an armed suspect shooting his way through the wilds of Oregon As Quincy and Rainie race to assist, they are forced to confront mounting evidence The shooter may very well be Sharlah s older brother, Telly Ray Nash, and it appears his killing spree has only just begun All she knows for sure He s back As the clock winds down on a massive hunt for Telly, Quincy and Rainie must answer two critical questions Why after eight years has this young man started killing again And what does this mean for Sharlah Once upon a time, Sharlah s big brother saved her life Now, she has two questions of her own Is her brother a hero or a killer And how much will it cost her new family before they learn the final, shattering truth Because as Sharlah knows all too well, the biggest danger is the one standing right behind you.

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    1. This is the first full length Lisa Gardner novel that I have read I loved it and found it a fantastic and addictive read At aged 9, Telly Ray Nash killed his father with a baseball bat to protect his younger sister, Sharlah, from being stabbed to death His father had already stabbed his mother After such a traumatic childhood, Telly and Sharlah were separated and have experienced a number of problematic foster families prior to finding ones that eventually work for them Telly is with Frank and S [...]

    2. Who am I who am I who am I Much to my surprise, this wasn t the dark and depraved story I was expecting Considering Find Her was my first of Lisa Gardner s work, and this only my second, can you blame me This story actually hit on the opposite end of the spectrum, in almost every way Mild in comparison, it wasn t the manhunt or the investigation itself that garnered my attention like before, but the HUGE throbbing heart at the center of the story Quincy, Rainie and their little makeshift family [...]

    3. 4.5 stars This is the seventh book in the Quincy and Rainie Series.I just love this series and I could not put this book down.Lisa Gardner is one of my favorite authors I have read all of her books I love Quincy and Rainie I was beyond thrilled when I heard that we would be getting a new book in this series.Right Behind You is a mystery suspense thriller The case mystery is unique to this book However, there is a lot of back story with Rainie and Quincy that you will miss out on if you start wit [...]

    4. I could poke holes in a few plot points, but I won t I am so happy to see a Quincy and Rainier novel again, loved the two young characters, but mostly because it was the first mystery police procedural that I didn t want to put down in quite a while.Quite quickly paced, the effects of early violence on the young, foster homes and the adjustments they take and a strong brother sister bond Plus, a wonderful and loyal ex police dog Also loved Cali, the cheese maker and tracker Intrigue, suspense an [...]

    5. Sister Read Review by Norma BrendaYeah Quincy Rainie are back after nine 9 years Where have they been and what have they been doing Lisa Gardner touches on these questions in Right Behind You and we were totally satisfied with the answers that we obtained after reading this novel but we felt that the story was also about some of the supporting characters that were introduced It s not all about Quincy and Rainie here So with that being said it absolutely works as a standalone book LISA GARDNER IS [...]

    6. This is the 7th boot in the Quincy Rainie series by author Lisa Gardner and can be read as a stand alone or as part of the series.I have read quite a few Lisa Gardner books but this is only the second one I have read in this Quincy Rainie series and found it very enjoyable The series is set around Pierce Quicy who is a former profiler and his wife former cop Rainie The couple have a teenage girl, Sharlah living with them that they hope to adopt Sharlah s older brother, Telly killed their abusive [...]

    7. It was nice getting reacquainted with Quincy and Rainie, and this story was a great vehicle for these two characters.Telly and Sharlah, brother and younger sister, have bounced around in foster care after the deaths of their parents They ve been separated for eight years Sharlah is about to be adopted by Quincy and Rainie, but Telly is close to aging out of the foster system Then two bodies are discovered at a convenience store, and we re off and running.Lisa Gardner can tell a story She supplie [...]

    8. If you are not yet a fan of Lisa Gardner, I don t recommend that you start here This book is good, but does not move at the breathless pace that Gardner s work is often associated with It starts off with a nine year old boy protecting his five year old sister from a father who is drunk and high and attacking the family with a knife Using a baseball bat, Telly ensures their addicted parents won t live until morning Telly and Sharlah are broken up and sent to different foster families several diff [...]

    9. I hate to say it but I was not impressed by this one Maybe it was my mood, but it was really slow and boring and repetitive I struggled to get through it I ll probably be in the minority on this one

    10. This was a sister read with Norma We did the review together and posted it on her reviews.If you are interested it can also be found on our blog as well twogirlslostinacouleereadi

    11. Ooohh this was good Lisa Gardner continues to keep this series fresh both by moving the lives of the main characters forward in significant ways and by adding remarkable new individuals who carry the main weight of the plot That mixture of fresh voices and old favourites, modified and matured by their experiences, is what makes these stories so easy to fall in to Rainie and Quincy are firm favourites of mine, but they are well matched by Sharlah May Nash and her brother, Telly Ray in this instal [...]

    12. Thirteen year old Sharlah hasn t seen her older brother, Telly, since he killed their parents in self defense eight years ago Obviously, these two didn t have the greatest start in life with drug addicted, violent parents, but they had each other Telly loved Sharlah, would feed her, make sure her clothes were clean, and take her to the library each day after school to read her favorite books Now Sharlah is finally getting a permanent home, and parents who love her Quincy and Rainie, a perfect pa [...]

    13. Wow Lisa Gardner has done it again Thirteen year old Sharlah May Nash had been fostered with Pierce Quincy and Rainie Connor for three years and they d been the best three years out of her last eight Now, in just a few months the legal adoption would be finalised they would be her parents she would be their daughter Sharlah had been five years old when she entered the system her older brother Telly Ray Nash had cared for her, fed her Cheerios for breakfast, taken her to school and the library Wh [...]

    14. I read this out of order yeah I know am silly but I saw it in the library to me Lisa Gardner is a drug just need my fix boy didn t she deliver I loved everything about this book , The characters were top notch, loved the way Miss Gardner combined Sherriff Shelly Atkins With Quincy Rainie it worked to a T this for me was one of her best novels I have read , I bought The Next Accident after 84 pages the plot was tight believable The story goes back 8 years earlier then goes to the presento people [...]

    15. The 30 Best Books of 2017Psychologically rich.Meticulously researched Thought provoking Edge of your seat thriller Emotional Gripping Suspenseful Gardner s Best Yet 5 Stars The queen of crime thrillers, Lisa Gardner returns to Bakersville, Oregon, followingFind Her 2016 and the latest tantalizing prequel teaser The 4th Man Quincy Rainie 6.5 with RIGHT BEHIND YOU with fan favorites, highly anticipated retired FBI profiler and former police officer Quincy Rainie dynamic duo A heart pounding, emoti [...]

    16. This is the seventh book in the Quincy and Rainie Series but I think there is no problem reading this as a stand alone I have not read any of the other books in this series but having finished this one I am left with a strong desire to read the other books in this series Lisa Gardner is terrific storyteller This is a mystery suspense thriller but it is also about family and relationships.Eight years ago Sharlah May Nash s older brother, Telly Ray Nash, beat their drunken father to death with a b [...]

    17. Sharlah and Telly Nash were raised in an abusive environment by drug addicted parents At age nine, Telly killed his drunk father with a baseball bat to protect himself and his sister The siblings were separated into different foster homes and they remained apart for eight years.Retired FBI profilers Rainie Conner and Pierce Quincy are foster parents to Sharlah She has turned thirteen and has been passed around to different families To the surprise of their quiet community, a double murder takes [...]

    18. Sharla Nash s older brother killed their drunken father with a baseball bat 8 years ago Telly Ray was only 9 years old at the time and never charged Sharla and Telly Ray were sent to separate foster homes.Sharla is now 13 and living with retired FBI profiler Pierce Quincy and his wife, Rainie They have come to love this girl and have already made plans to adopt her A murder at a local gas station has the Sheriff there requesting the help of Quincy and Rainie Much to their surprise it looks likes [...]

    19. I was thrilled to be back in the world of Quincy Rainie in Lisa Gardner s Right Behind You.A superb family themed mystery thriller Sharlah May Nash s older brother Telly beat their drunken father to death with a baseball bat in order to save both of their lives They are separated at that point, both going into different foster homes Eight years later, 13 year old Sharlah has finally moved on and is settling into her new life with her dog Luca and with her about to be adopted parents, retired FBI [...]

    20. All of my reviews can be found on novelgossipI m a huge Lisa Gardner fan and I love all three of her series, but Quincy and Rainie will always have a special place in my heart, so naturally I was thrilled to see her latest novel was bringing them back One of my favorite things about getting attached to any series is feeling like I m catching up with old friends and this dynamic duo is one of best to spend time with There s a spree killer on the loose in Bakersville and Quincy and Rainie are both [...]

    21. What a nail biter This is my first book by Lisa Gardner, and it won t be my last Jumping into a series without starting from the beginning can be a terrible idea, but this one works I wasn t lost It absolutely works as a standalone I still want to read the others Gardner has an ability to make you care about her characters Even if I d just met a character a few pages ago, I cared about them and wanted them to make it to the end of the book That s a large part about why this book was such a nail [...]

    22. Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner is, in my opinion, a suspense fueled crime drama In Right Behind You , Sharlah Nash was three years old when she watched her older brother, Telly, beat her parents to death with a baseball bat to protect her from their constant abuse Now, she is thirteen and living with a police profiler and his wife, finally finding some semblance of family One day, however, a double murder takes place in their small town, followed by the brutal killing of Telly s foster parents [...]

    23. 4.5 Stars Genre Mystery Suspense Type Book 7 in the Quincy Rainie Series POV First Person Multiple Telly Ray Nash had a brutal childhood the horrible circumstances where he was raised forced him to basically care for himself and his little sister The father was abusive and the mother was no better they only cared about their next high or drink I found myself feeling so affected by his story I wanted justice for him and his sister After so many years of living without a home, at seventeen Telly w [...]

    24. Totally booked my time reading this fast heart beating psychological thriller Nine year old Telly Ray Nash and his little five year old sister Sharlah had a family once Their father drank too much or snorted too much In a drunken rage their father knifed their mother to death The father with the knife came after Telly and Sharlah Telly had a bat he beat their father to a pulp The police took Telly Ray away and Sharlah never saw her brother again Retired FBI profiler PIerce Quincy and his wife be [...]

    25. Lisa Gardner put up a poll on Facebook asking fans which character they would like to see in her next book Gardner thought for sure it would be D.D Warren or Tessa Leoni I love D.D but am not such a big fan of Tessa But to her surprise people choose Quincy and Rainie It has been about eight years since Gardner wrote, Say Goodbye I thought it was the last book in the FBI Profiler series and given up hope for another book Then of course, I started to think, what if I didn t like the book RIGHT BEH [...]

    26. It s been a long time between drinks for criminal profiler s Pierce and Rainie Ignoring this year s short story, The 4th Man, you have to go back all the way to 2008 s Say Goodbye Since then both have retired and taken to helping young people by being foster parents Sharlah Nash is 13 and has had a troubled past For the first five years of her life, Sharlah and her older brother Telly, lived in a chaotic household to drug and alcohol abusing parents Her brother is her protector and effectively h [...]

    27. I m a huge fan of the Quincy Rainie series and have missed them so much, so I was SO HAPPY to find that the new novel from Lisa Gardner revisited that pair and now they have a family Obviously they are not going to have a traditional one, in this case they have fostered and are adopting Sharlah, a girl who has a difficult and emotionally traumatic past to deal with When her brother returns to the scene things get dangerous, luckily for her, she has unequally qualified parents.This was brilliant [...]

    28. So happy that Lisa Gardner listened to her readers, who requested a return to her first and best series, starring FBI profilers, Quincy and Rainie Nine year old Telly Ray Nash kills his rampaging father with a baseball bat to protect his younger sister, Sharlah, from being stabbed to death, having already stabbed his mother After such trauma, Telly and Sharlah are separated and placed in bad foster care situations prior to finding ones that eventually work for them Sharlah is now being adopted b [...]

    29. A crime thriller with a HEART Thriller is another genre that I have barely scratched the surface of I am not by any stretch of imagination a connoisseur in the subject, but that doesn t necessarily make my opinion invalid right I know a good book when I read one, at least I could take pride in that Anyway, Dutton Books asked me if I would love to review Lisa Gardner s new thriller I have never read anything by her I know Have I been living under a rock and so when an opportunity presented itself [...]

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