Book Reviews of See How She Dies

See How She Dies
See How She Dies
Author: Lisa Jackson
ISBN-13: 9780821776056
ISBN-10: 0821776053
Publication Date: 8/1/2004
Pages: 510
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 232 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 6
It kept me guessing till the end. I loved it!
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This book is part of a 3-part series that I had the opportunity to read. I enjoyed getting wrapped up with the characters and would recommend if you like a story line that has combined intrigue along with a love story that evolves through the book. Good read!
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This one will keep you in suspense from the very frst page....it almost takes your breath away.
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You will not want to move till you finish this book.
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I loved this book! It is one of Jackson's earlier books called 'Treasures" that she has rewritten. I did not read 'Treasures" but this book is a winner! Kidnap, murder, forbidden love -- what more can you ask for pure entertainment. Five stars
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As a child Londan Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Ove rthe years, many came to claim her inheritance. Then Adria Nash shows up at the Danvers family door claiming to be London. Great book!
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I've read better Lisa Jackson books. I was able to put the book down and come back later. Liked the story. It was different.
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A young woman finds out she is the long lost granddaughter and heir to a family dynasty.
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Just a great book like all of Lisa Jacksons books hard to put down
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This dragged on much too long...lost interest quickly in Zachary & London..Adria...
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Riveting and exciting. I could not put this book down. I read it in less than a half a day! I always enjoy thrillers that are somewhat believable. A kidnapped child from a wealthy family comes forward to present herself as the rightful long-lost heiress--only she does not remember what happened the night she was kidnapped. While some are suspicious, one other person does believe her, and she has every reason to be very, very afraid!
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AWESOME BOOK!
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Keeps you guessing until the end.
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another great Lisa Jackson mystery
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Loved it
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Great mystery.
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really good reading!!
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Fear is just the beginning - after being kidnapped as a child she has to prove who she is before someone who has been watching her waits for the right moment to see how she runs, screams and
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Great book!
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I thought it was pretty good and couldn't figure out who did it till towards the very end. Then I thought the same person did both murders but it turned out that wasn't true.
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One of Lisa Jacksons better books!!
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From the back cover: As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress--only to be exposed as frauds. Now, another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal details only London could have known, yet she can't remember what happened the night of her abduction--a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danvers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's a paralyzing sinse of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid--because someone does believe her. Someone who is watching Adria's every move. Waiting for the right moment to see how she runs, see how she screams...she how she dies...
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typical, love story
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As a child London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family.Over the years many women have come forward claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different.She knows personal details only London could have known,yet she can't remember what happened the night of her abduction-a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danvers suspicious. Still Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's paralyzing sense of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid because someone does believe her. Someone who is watching Adria's every move.
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Good mystery
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Thirty years ago, a little girl from one of Portland's wealthiest families was kidnapped. No trace of her was ever found. Now Adria Nash believes that she is that same little girl. Is she doing it for the inheritance money? Someone thinks so... and that someone is trying to kill her.....

Good, fast-paced mystery story with a little romance too! I spent the entire book wonderng if Adria was the missing London Danvers. Plot twists are well-done and characters are likeable. Highly recommended!
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Excellent first novel for this author. Absolutely terrying and hard to put down.
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You will NOT be able to figure out "who done it" never as usual with Lisa Jacksons books. Its wonderful
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From back cover--

As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress-only to be exposed as frauds. now another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal detail only london could have known, yet she can't remember what happended the night of her abduction-a fact that makes family rebeol Zachary Danvers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's a paralyzing sense of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid-because someone does believe her. Someone who is watching Adria's every move. Waiting fo rthe right moment to see how she runs...see how she screams---see how she dies...
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A romantic novel originally published in 1994 under the title "Treasures". The author added more suspense, intrigue, and atmospher and it's like a brand new book. Set in Oregon, a young woman comes forward claiming to be the long lost (kidnapped) heiress of the Nash family. Set in Portland, Oregon it is full of mystery and of course, love stories.
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I have read one other Lisa Jackson book, and this was just as good as the last one. In fact I went to the library and checked out a couple of her books. I love them. This is a must read.
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I have read all her books. This one is great. Originally, 1994 printing. Worth reprinting!
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London Danvers was kidnapped as a small child. Now, Adria Nash has turned up, claiming to be London. Although others have been fradus, Adria knows things only London would have knows. Unfortunately, someone is willing to kill to keep London dead and buried.
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This is Lis Jackson's first novel that she redited after she gained experience and reissued. Originally published in 1994 as Treasures.
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a good Lisa Jackson read...a revised version of her first book Treasures.
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In the dark shadows of a sultry southern town, a serial killer strikes. It's an act of sinister precision that has happened many times before...every victim an offering to a hunger that can never be sated....
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I really enjoyed this book. Didn't have any idea until the end.
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Good book.
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My mom read this book. She said it is good.
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I ENJOYED READING THIS BOOK.
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Excellent book!
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Great romantic suspense.
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London Danvers is kidnapped from a wealthy family at the age of 5. Now grown up Adria Nash is back claiming to be London and she is being stalked. Zachary the family rebel tries to protect her, when sparks seem to ignite around them.Is Adira really London and their feelings doomed ?
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Interesting
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From the back:

Dear Reader:

There's something special about your first novel, and SEE HOW SHE DIES is no exception. It was my first romantic suspense, originally published in 1994 under the title TREASURES. I love these characters and their story, but still, looking back, I felt I hadn't quite finished. I've learned so much since then that I wanted another crack at it. So I've added more suspense, intrique, and atmosphere. Now, it feels like a brand-new book.

As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the year, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress-only to be exposed as frauds. Now, another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal details only London could have known, yet she can't remember what happened the night of her abduction-a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danvers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's a paralyzing sense of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid-because someone does believe her. Someone who is watching Adria's every move. Waiting for the right moment to see how see runs...see how she screams...she how she dies...
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As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress -- only to be exposed as frauds. Now another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal details only London could have known, yet she can't remember what happened the night of her abduction -- a fact that makes family rebel Zachery Danvers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's a paralyzing sense of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid.
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As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long lost heiress, only to be exposed as frauds. Now, another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different.
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As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress-only to be exposed as frauds. Now another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal details only London could have known, yet she can't remember what happenedthe night of her abduction-a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danvers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's a paralizing sense of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid-because does believe her. Someone is watching her every move. Waiting for the right moment to see how she runs...see how she screams...see how she dies...
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Another great book by Lisa Jackson!

From the back cover-

"As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long lost heiress-only to be exposed as frauds. Now, another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal details only London could have known, yet she can't remember what happened the night of her abduction-a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danvers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her idenity..there's a paralyzing sense of dread that she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid-because someone does believe her. Someone who is watching Adria's every move. Waiting for the right moment to see how she runs.. see how she screams...see how she dies...
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As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress-only to be exposed as frauds. Now, another woman has arrived in Oregan, claming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. she knows personal details only London could have known. yet, she cant remember what happend the night of her abduction- a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danvers suspicious. still, Adria is determined to prove her idenity.. there's a paralyzing sense of dread she just cant shake. and shes right to be afraid- because someone does believe her. someone who is watching Adria's every move. waiting for the right moment to see how she runs.. see how she screams.. she how she dies..
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Typical Lisa Jackson thriller....

As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress--only to be exposed as frauds. Now, another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal details only London could have known, yet she can't remember what happened the night of her abduction--a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danyers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's a paralyzing sense of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid...because someone does believe her. Someone who is watching Adria's every move. Waiting for the right moment to see how she runs...see how she screams...see how she dies...
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As a child, London Danvers was kidnapped from her wealthy family. Over the years, many women have come forward claiming to be the long-lost heiress-only to be exposed as frauds. Now, another woman has arrived in Oregon, claiming to be London. But Adria Nash is different. She knows personal details only London could have known, yet she can't remember what happened the night of her abduction-a fact that makes family rebel Zachary Danvers suspicious. Still, Adria is determined to prove her identity...there's a paralyzing sense of dread she just can't shake. And she's right to be afraid-because someone does believe her. Someone who is watching Adria's every move. Waiting for the right moment to see how she runs...see how she screams...see how she dies...