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Series: D.D. Warren

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Alone by Lisa Gardner1
Alone (Abridged Audiobook) by Lisa GardnerAbridged Audiobook - 1
Hide by Lisa Gardner2
The Neighbor by Lisa Gardner3
Live to Tell by Lisa Gardner4
Love You More by Lisa Gardner5
Save Me by Lisa Gardner5
The 7th Month by Lisa Gardner5.5
Catch Me by Lisa Gardner6
Fear Nothing by Lisa Gardner7
3 Truths and a Lie by Lisa Gardner7.5
Find Her by Lisa Gardner8
Find Her [Abridged Audiobook] by Lisa GardnerAbridged audiobook - 8
Look for Me by Lisa Gardner9
The Guy Who Died Twice by Lisa Gardner9.5
The Laughing Buddha: Malachai Samuels vs. D.D. Warren (E-book) (D.D. Warren, Book #9.25) by M. J. Rose9.25
The Detective D. D. Warren Series 5-Book Bundle: Alone, Hide, The Neighbor, Live to Tell, Love You More by Lisa GardnerOmnibus 1-5

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Detective D.D. Warren works for the Boston Police homicide division. She’s tracking serial killers and all other types of murderers. The cases are mostly about complex crimes involving women. There is a larger storyline involving Warren so they should be read in order.

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