I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman

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[Read] ➻ I'd Know You Anywhere ➸ Laura Lippman – Citybreakscheap.co.uk Eliza Benedict cherishes her peaceful ordinary suburban life with her successful husband and children thirteen year old Iso and eight year old Albie But her tranuillity is shattered when she receives Read I'd Know You Anywhere Laura Lippman Citybreakscheapcouk Eliza Benedict cherishes her peaceful ordinary suburban life with her successful husband and children thirteen year old Iso and eight year old Albie But her tranuillity is shattered when she receives Eliza Benedict cherishes her peaceful ordinary suburban life with her successful husband and children thirteen year old Iso and eight year old Albie But her tranuillity is shattered when she receives a letter from the last person she ever expects—or wants—to hear from Walter Bowman There was your photo in a maga

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Uma in her past she cautiously makes contact with Walter She's always wondered why Walter let her live and perhaps now he'll tell her—and share the truth about his other victimsYet as Walter presses her for and deeper contact it becomes clear that he is after something greater than forgiveness He wants Eliza to remember what really happened that long ago summer He wants her to save his life And Eliza who has worked hard for her comfortable cocooned life will do anything to protect it—even if it means finally facing the events of that horrifying summer and the terrible truth she's kept buried inside

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I'd Know You AnywhereZine Of course you are older now Still I'd Know You AnywhereIn the summer of when she was I'd Know PDF or fifteen Eliza was kidnapped by Walter and held hostage for almost six weeks He had killed at least one girl and Eliza always suspected he had other victims as well Now on death row in Virginia for the rape and murder of his final victim Walter seems to be making a heartfelt act of contrition as his execution nears Though Eliza wants nothing to do with him she's never forgotten that Walter was most unpredictable when ignored Desperate to shelter her children from this undisclosed tra

I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman Laura Lippman is a New York Times bestselling novelist who has won than twenty awards for her fiction including the Edgar Award—and been nominated for thirty Since her debut in she has published twenty one novels a novella a children’s book and a collection of short stories Her books have been translated into over twenty languages LitHub named her one of the “essential” fema.

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  • Will Byrnes

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereWhen Eliza Benedict was 15 years old she was taken captive by a man who held her for several weeks raped her and allowed her to live He had not been so restrained with the other girls he had taken and killed Now twenty years later his death sentence is about to be executed So why all of a sudden does he send Eliza a letter? Why does he want to call her? Why does he want her to come visit him on death row? The mother of one of the victims also gets in touch with Eliza still believing that Eliza was culpable than she had ever let on for the death of her daughter Laura Lippman is a writer who does than lead you through the procedural step by step She gets into the motivations the inner conflicts the moral ambiguities of her characters


  • Angela

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereReally Stephen King? The best suspense novel of the year? I read this book based on King's recommendation in Entertainment Weekly but wow NOT suspenseful at least in the way that I feel suspense should work fascinating premise bread crumb trail of hints and insights increased anxiety and second guessing until pow the big reveal Was the premise of the novel a good one? Yes A woman who was kidnapped as a teenager is contacted by her kidnapper 20 years later months before his scheduled execution But Lippman disappointed me on a couple of very important fronts First her characters lacked complexity and nuance I found Eliza Benedict the main character particularly infuriating Yes she's passive yes she avoids things but where's the growth? What's underneath it all? I kept waiting for thi


  • Patti

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereThis book was like when you are having sex and you are getting closer and closer and you know it's coming you know it's almost there you know it's just about therebut then only a little climax happens You're disappointed because you expected so much You're kinda pissed off a little cuz hey I just spent all this time building up and got nothin' Yep that's pretty much this bookFirst I absolutely hated the protagonist I understand why she had no friends she was as boring as watching paint dry She had no interests outside her may un and let me just say that if I were her husband I'd be out the do' sho' 'nuffsorry about her past but her own admission that she fails to initiate sex made my teeth gnash Of course that trait totally fit with her ugly boring ass she just sat around doing carpool and moving from place to place for her may un Oh yeah set me next to her at a party I personally am not friends with anyone like that in real life


  • Michael

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereIn the summer of 1985 Elizabeth Lerner spent 39 days held hostage by Walter Bowman Years later she's changed her name married and built out a life for herself as Eliza Benedict But all of that is about to change when a letter from Walter shows up at h


  • Tina

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereThis story captivated me from beginning to end It's not a true mystery but a bit of a psychological thriller I just found it to be a really good story and very well written Eliza Bennett is a married mother of two who seems to live a happy content life until one day a mysterious letter arrives at her house It is from a m


  • Judith

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereI delayed writing this review because my feelings about this book are so conflicted It was a good premise for a story a girl is kidnapped and molested at the age of 15 by a serial killer For some reason he chooses not to kill her and she lives to testify against him which results in the death penalty The story begins as Walter the killer having exhausted all appeals awaits pending execution He contacts Elizabeth the surviving victim who is now a happily marrie


  • Obsidian

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereSorry I had to DNF this thing at 5 percent I have loved Lippman's Tess Monaghan series and this just fell flat I stopped and started this book five times over the past two weeks and nothing about it grabbed me Since it's due back soon to the library I just decided to put myself out of misery and DNF it formallyI think what the problem is that Lippman's start of the book jumps around too much and I can't get a handle at what is going on We have a woman named Eliza who is fretting her daughter Iso yeah I hated that name is pulling away from her and wants to be like a model Her daughter also seems to criticize her constantly and generally sounds


  • Tara Chevrestt

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereWhat could have been an amazing thriller novel was ruined for me by a weak spineless heroine Elizabeth is an married woman with two children who has a secret past The summer she was 15 a man abducted her and helf her captive for almost forty days and nights She had many opportunities to get away but she was too cowardly to do anything She sat by and watched her captor hurt others she walked into McDonald's and ordered burgers but never once asked anyone for help Was she suffering from that syndrome in which victims fall in love with their captorsabusers? No She was just spinelessAt first I enjoyed the 1985 parts until I realized I couldn't stand Elizabeth She cows before her older sister she cows before Walter In the modern parts she allows her hu


  • Gail Cooke

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywherePrepare to be mesmerized totally enthralled and left with your mind uestioning the meaning of true justice Laura Lippman author of the acclaimed Tess Monaghan series and last year's best selling Life Sentences shows her mettle as a writer of intense character driven psychological dramas with the superb I'D KNOW YOU ANYWHEREThis is a story that will linger with you long after you've read the last page or heard the last word Eliza Benedict is a seemingly unflappable mother of two living in suburban Maryland with her husband Peter and two children The eldest is Isobel who has chosen to be called “Iso” although her father thinks it should be “Izzo” or people will see it as short for “isotope” She's a difficult teenager seeming to dislike everything


  • Jenna

    I'd Know You Anywhere Reader ✓ Paperback Õ Laura lippman I'd Know You AnywhereMore of a 35 but definitely not a 4The thing that drove me batty about this book was the APATHY of the main character Eliza I guess that I like my protagonists with a little fire especially when they've been through a life altering and traumatic experience I was frustrated with how she just seemed so accepting of everything and everyone's opinion of her even though she kept lamenting how she was sick of people assuming thing