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review ï Now You See Her 104 ï The perfect lifeA successful lawyer and loving mother Nina Bloom would do anything to protect the life she's built in New York including lying to everyone even her daughter about her past But when an innocent man is framed for murder she knows that she can't let him pay for the real killer's crimes The perfect lieNina's sAnd change her identityThe perfect way to dieNow years later Nina risks everything she's earned to return to Florida and confront the murderous evil she fled In a story of wrenching suspense James Patterson gives us his most head spinning action filled story yet a Hitchcock like blend of unuenchable drama and pleasure. In “Now you see her” James Patterson tells the story of a mysterious woman named Nina who’s running away from her old life and secrets which can ruin her life in the present The story starts off when Nina a single mom shows a video recording to her sixteen year old daughter of her father wishing her a happy birthday Only it’s not her father but an actor hired by Nina For whatever reason Nina does not want her daughter to know the truthFlashback to nearly twenty years ago Nina is Jeanine a college senior who travels down to Keywest Florida for her spring break As she her boyfriend Alex and fellow friends get a little drunk—things began to spiral out of control Jeanine catches Alex cheating on her with her boyfriend She steals his car and runs over a man A police officer who witnesses the scene offers Nina a choice Nina feels guilty even as she falls in love with this police officer There are a lot of things that she doesn’t know about Until she meets an FBI agent who finally opens her eyes But by then it’s too lateMeanwhile a serial killer by the name of the Jump Killer is terrorizing the Key West And Nina is about to get herself into troubleHalf of the book reveals Nina’s past The other half of the book flash forwards to Nina’s present as the demons from her past begin to catch up to her Overall I thought “Now you see her” was one of Patterson’s and Ledwidge’s better efforts The plot is fast and clear The lead character is interesting And the writing is done in its usual easy to read keep them coming back for short chapters

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S secret life began 18 years ago She had looks to die for a handsome police officer husband and a carefree life in Key West When she learned she was pregnant with their first child her happiness was almost overwhelming But Nina's world is shattered when she unearths a terrible secret that causes her to run for her life. Somewhere between 2 25 starsI really REALLY wanted to like this bookI tried I even read it till its very last page with very little skimming But the thing is I couldn't like itIt is fast paced alright It even felt a little jumpy and a tad choppy at the beginning due to the shortness of its chaptersThere was some very good suspense installed in the beginning and near the end of the book But it's lacking this crime thriller vibe because the voice of Jeanina clearly dominated the story and it felt like an over the top drama chick flick sprinkled by some half hearted actions and sauteed with a gallon of pretentious nightmarish events rather than a mysterycrime thriller awesomenessBesides its unbelievability the story also fell short for its predictability too But perhaps I'm just born intuitive so I couldn't blame the writers for itLast but not least I would like to comment on the gory parts slapped near the end of the book I generally love gore Seriously But this gory parts in this book felt somehow out of place It's like finding a blob of blueberry jam on your crisp white pressed shirt from the laundry

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Now You See HerThe perfect lifeA successful lawyer and loving mother Nina Bloom would do anything to protect the life she's built in New York including lying to everyone even her daughter about her past But when an innocent man is framed for murder she knows that she can't let him pay for the real killer's crimes The perfect lieNina'. Sure it’s thrilling and a page turner but I like my stories to be believable Below are some challenges I faced when reading this book What I can almost believe After seemingly avoiding men for 17 years stunningly beautiful JeanineNina uickly falls in love with a slovenly drunkard who when he sobers up is dapper and has a heart of gold Justin’s stay of execution is little too last last minute Our evil antagonist is not only a corrupt cop who rises effortlessly through the ranks but in his free time he also kidnaps sells and kills beautiful women The 20 murdered women disappear without a trace even though they are apparently dropped into the ocean once they are no longer useful Our ruthless murderers kill without a thought but do not put a bullet into Charlie before pushing him off the boat how come he doesn’t disappear in the ocean too That a cop with a bad record okay maybe he was just unliked could so easily move from one police force to another That Jeanine could so easily change her identity That Peter could so uickly find Jeanine in NYC What makes the story unbelievable In exonerating Justin Jeanine is the first person who uncovers evidence of his picture in the paper When returning to Florida Jeanine doesn’t try to find the Jump Killer That Jeanine never calls the FBI even the contact who gives her his business card That the FBI after watching Peter for seventeen years has not arrested him for his crimes They gave Jeanine the clues on his first wife’s murderI may be a little over critical when reading novels but no one in this story seems real and the plot is overly contrived and dramatic In conclusion however I do consider this book one of Patterson’s better efforts