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For 17 years no one knew about her past or that she was even hiding in the first place. Her firm decides to take on some pro bono work with other firms in the city in a effort to exonerate people on death row. The first case she is assigned is quite personal as she is quite sure that the person who is in jail for the crime should not be. I wondered the whole time if she would be able to get through the case without having to reveal her true identity or if the past she left behind was going to come back and haunt her and her daughter forever. I great listen for this James Patterson book.

Sep 22, Elaine rated it liked it. Let me start off by saying that I never read James Patterson Novels. It's not that I don't like his books, it's just that "suspense thrillers" are not my genre of choice. My main reason for reading "Now You See Her" was to bond with my boyfriend. His whole library is filled with suspense thrillers.

Well I have to say, I liked it! It's easy reading, short chapters a page and a half, two if it's a long chapter , and quite the page turner. For me it was a change of pace, fun read. Patterson, I now know why everyone reads your books. Revealing them, might ruin the suspense for a new reader, therefore, I'll let Nina's secrets remain secret. It has a bunch of unrealistic coincidences and at times it's predictable.

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Half way through my read, I thought: There were times when I was at the edge of my seat wondering what to expect next. All of this thrown together, made for me a fun read! I would definitely recommend it as a matter of fact, I already have. I gave "Now You See Her" three stars. I totally enjoyed it; OK I'll make that three and a half stars. Aug 11, A.

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. For whatever reason, Nina does not want her daughter to know the truth. Flashback 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.


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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.

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Until she meets an FBI agent, who finally opens her eyes. Meanwhile, a serial killer by the name of the Jump Killer is terrorizing the Key West. 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-more short chapters. Now You See Her is about how Nina Bloom redeems herself by saving man from death row and reclaiming her self-respect. However, one day she realises a man was on death row who was the incident of murdering the women in Florida.

I enjoyed reading Now You See Her. I love that James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge took me on a rollercoaster ride to the last page of this book. James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge keep me guessing until the end who the real criminals were. Readers of Now You See Her will start to realise that you can never keep a secret about a crime it will always come back to haunt you.

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Also, the readers of Now You See Her will see that you can achieve your dreams if you work at it. I am impressed with James Patterson who likes to encourage people to participate in the wonderful world of reading. Now You See You see this highlights this with the short chapters and clear type font. I recommend this book. Sep 16, Brooke rated it did not like it. I felt like I was reading a book from a class critique instead of a published book. He should consider getting a new editor.

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First of all, when a book is written in past tense, isn't it incorrect to say something along the lines of "my boss gave me tickets and looking down I noticed they were for tonight"? Doesn't that imply the tickets are for the night you are telling the story, not the night that you were given the tickets? And last I c I felt like I was reading a book from a class critique instead of a published book.

And last I checked, when your husband is shot, they don't take you to the scene of the crime but rather to the hospital where they took him. If the EMTs in Key West are so slow that you are still being strapped to a gurney while your wife has had time to be picked up and brought to said crime scene, I never want to be in an accident in Key West. Also lots of swearing.

Imagine my shock that his publisher is the same as Stephanie Meyers!!! Aug 30, Gina rated it it was ok. Initially this story grabbed me, and I was hooked until the events in the main character's life became too incredulous. I continued to read out of curiosity, and it just got worse with each episode in the sordid life of the main character. I prefer fiction that is life-like. And, above all, the most disappointing thing about the book was the continued negative references and stereotypes about people of color, from the beginning of the book with the reference to the drummer on the street.

I found Initially this story grabbed me, and I was hooked until the events in the main character's life became too incredulous. I found each reference to people of color to be distasteful and that turned me off, because by comparison others were given positive descriptions in terms of their physical appearance. Jun 18, Raza Syed rated it did not like it. A bad bad book! Weak Plot, Poorly written and just plain bad. The entire story was unrealistic. It could have been a mini series on Lifetime or Oxygen!


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  8. Let me save you the pain and give you the entire book in about quarter of a page. College Girl wrecks cheating boyfriend's car; killing someone in process. Cop helps her cover it up and dumps the body, Girl marries cop, Cop is a bad man, Girl tries to escape A bad bad book! Cop helps her cover it up and dumps the body, Girl marries cop, Cop is a bad man, Girl tries to escape, gets almost killed by serial killer who ofcourse works for the bad cop , girl runs away and restarts with baby of course , created new identity, lives like a hermit, raises daughter while avoiding men, fast forward 18 years, becomes a 'beautiful' lawyer, finds out wrong man is about to executed for Serial Killer Crimes mentioned above , runs back to save him, falls in love with his current drunk lawyer, fights off ex husband and his cronies twice, Girl, her daughter and the Now Sober Lawyer Live Happily Ever After I just saved you guys hours that you would have wasted on this drivel!

    View all 4 comments. Nov 08, James Rathburn rated it did not like it. Hackneyed schlock that relies on completely unbelievable hand-of-God style rescues that don't simply require a suspension of reality, but its complete and utter annihilation. A waste of a decent story idea. James Patterson did it again! There has been much speculation over the years about how much input Patterson has with these books and in my opinion some of his most recent work was diabolical, leaving me to wonder if he even glanced at them, let alone co-written them.

    I do however wonder if more of this book is Michael Ledwidge's doing with a smattering of the Patterson touch? Maybe that is the secret to this pairing? This book I was wary of, just because it was a stand alone co-written book and I wasn't sure whether this would be as awful as the other recent ones, but I needn't have worried.

    This book had me hook, line and sinker from chapter one. It starts in the current day with Nina Bloom in New York with her daughter. After the first introductions are made, we are transported back to the early days in Nina's life when she met her husband Peter. The book starts off with a bang and the disastrous events that start Nina's life spiralling. Following the shocking events you can literally feel every emotion of this woman rolling off the page. We then follow Nina's life and how everything got her to where she is today.

    Nina's husband Peter is a truly despicable character who I loathed from the moment I read about him, but for all the loathing it made for a special read due to the intense feelings I had to the characters in the book. As Nina's journey is made you feel the tension and fear build up in her life and then we are catapulted into her journey to try to save both herself and her daughter. There are other more minor characters making appearances but the whole crux of the story centres around Nina and her husband Peter.

    I read this in a matter of hours and when the ending was finally reached I felt satisfied that this was the best Patterson book I had read in a while. Actually, I correct myself; I think this was the best Ledwidge book I had read in a while! The book was everything you would expect, fast, edgy and full of suspense.

    The perfect book in every way and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was one of those books that made me think it would make a great film! If you are a murder mystery thriller buff, this book is a must read! This book is action packed with so many plots, schemes, twists and turns, that it will hold you captive from beginning to end.

    I haven't read a really good mystery book in a long time, and this book didn't take long to grab me and have me engrossed in it. As I sat on the couch reading each chapter, I found my heart pounding and giving myself a good Oh My Goodness! As I sat on the couch reading each chapter, I found my heart pounding and giving myself a good scare, yet I just couldn't put the book down until I had finished it. I do not want to provide any spoiler information, but as the Amazon. Now You See Her is definitely one of my favorite books that I have read so far this year, and I highly recommend it to all mystery thriller fans!

    Oct 10, Melanie rated it liked it. Predictable, but an easy entertaining book. Over all a decent book; no need to re-read. Sep 05, Yigal Zur rated it liked it. Aug 21, Julie Carson rated it really liked it. It is interesting reading other people's reviews of Patterson's books, and how analytical they are. I judge how good a book is by a whether it makes me want to continue reading it voraciously b are there clear surprises in store for the reader c does it interest me in the genre I am reading.

    I don't particularly look at inconsistencies, or necessarily now believable the storyline is otherwise I wouldn't love Tom Cruise films so much!! With all of the above caveats, I thoroughly enjoyed thi It is interesting reading other people's reviews of Patterson's books, and how analytical they are. With all of the above caveats, I thoroughly enjoyed this book! It had 2 really clear surprises towards the end which I had not seen coming, and I could not put it down.

    Yes, some of the story line is unbelievable, and yes, she was very silly as she should have reported her initial abduction attempt regardless of trying to escape her murderous husband, but I thought it portrayed her guilt and her feelings well throughout the book. There could have been a couple of other twists, and some bits were left unanswered eg the involvement of the FBI when she was in her early 20s, though otherwise I thought it dealt with the time leap well.

    Jul 30, Sammantha rated it it was amazing Shelves: From the beginning til the end I thoroughly enjoyed this book. You just know by the first few pages how a book will be. You get that wonderful feeling that it's going to be a wonderful book. Now You See Her was full of suspense! From beginning to end it was a complete story! Through the book there was about two main characters and it felt as if you knew them in real life. I love the way the store began and the way it ended. There were no lose ends!

    I love the style of James Patterson's writing. I think I've found another favorite author! I would definitely recommend this book if you're looking for a suspenseful thriller! View all 3 comments. May 09, Kristie rated it really liked it Shelves: James Patterson finally redeemed himself for me I used to love his books but the last I've read have been horribly disappointing.

    This one reminded me of why I keep coming back. Don't want to spoil the story here, so I'll keep it general. This was one story where I just HAD to keep reading to figure out what was going on. So many twists and turns, and just when I thought I had it all figured out Part of the intrigue was easy to suss out, but tying it all togethe 4. Part of the intrigue was easy to suss out, but tying it all together was tricky and I think this one was very well done. Did a fist pump at the end of the story and had a big smile on my face after reading the epilog. First time in a while for a JP book.

    Read while on vacation. Short chapters make for a quick read. The changing POVs was a bit awkward he writes most of the story in 1st from the main character POV, then throws in a a few chapters in 3rd from a different character, just so we know what's going on , but this is typical of a JP book, so I've come to expect it.

    If you're looking for a bit of intrigue, give this one a go. I'm giving it a five because I love James Patterson. Alas, there would not have been such a riveting story had she been sensible like that. So Peter was a regular jack wagon beyond all means. He hated women, really hated women and didn't want children. Why he hooked up with Jeanine in the first place is the hundred million dollar question. He was obviously doing well without a chick in his life to complicate it I might get caught up with Mr.

    Patterson's titles via audio. Aug 22, Jessica RiffeKincaid rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was very suspensful with every turn of the page! A woman on vacation during Spring Break accompanied with her boyfriend and best friend, finds herself in the largest nightmare imaginable. While drinking and partying with her boyfriend and best friend she finds herself waking up, still intoxicated to her first nightmare. He boyfriends and best friends are sleepin together behind her back! During her madness and still drunk she steals the keys to his sports car and takes off thru the Flordia This was very suspensful with every turn of the page!

    During her madness and still drunk she steals the keys to his sports car and takes off thru the Flordia streets only to come upon a dog before she can stop and it's owner running out in front of her. She hits the man, killing him. She has almost decided to leave the scene when a cop pulls up and she knows it is too late to leave with out being caught now. Facing the problem, the cop falls instantly in love with her and decides to help her out by desposing of the body and providing her with comfort which turns into a marriage. During this marriage, and after finding herself pregnant with his child, she discovers all the lies and secrets her cop husband has been keeping from her.

    He has been dealing drugs and is life deep in the hidden, corupt world, that is making him silently rich. She decides to run for her protection and that of her un-born child because with her husbands past carries death of all his other wives. She puts together a plan and leaves and with it she is chased and almost killed by a frightening serial killer, only to escape to New York.

    There she raises her daughter in secret and lies used for their protection. She manages to work her way up in the world and becomes a high profile lawyer, and just when she was feeling that she would never have to look over her shoulders again, that was when her world came crashing down around her. Leaving her daughter behind, she travels back to Flordia for the last time in her life to combat her past full on, so that she may help to free the man that is accused of being the serial killer that supposedly took her life and having been there she knows the man is innocent.

    So, now she faces her worse fears, her husband, his corupt police department, and worse of all her past and the truth. This was a thrilling page turner from the first page. A non-stop thrill ride to the end! This book was very hard for me to put down and upon waking in the middle of the night I would find myself picking up the novel just to read another chapter to find out what happens next just to help me go back to sleep and even after I would still have my mind turning with the excitement of what was going to happen next!

    Sep 05, Aaron rated it it was amazing. Nina Bloom would seem to have a dream life. She has a successful career as a lawyer. She has a teenaged girl getting ready to head off to college with a good chance of getting into Brown University. Everyone would want to have her life. In fact, she was just one such person wishing for a better life. When Nina was in college, her name was Jeanine, and she had gone down to Key West on Spring Break with a group of friends and her boyfriends. Things went terribly wrong, and it all started when she w Nina Bloom would seem to have a dream life.

    Things went terribly wrong, and it all started when she walked in to find her best friend sleeping with her boyfriend. She was drink and wanted revenge so she decided to take his car and go for a ride. Before she knew it, she was on a beach-side road with a body behind the car and a police officer asking questions. That police officer was Peter Fournier, a successful transplant from the Boston area. He took her in and helped her hide the body. The two ended up married, and Jeanine and Peter became a dream couple: As Jeanine and Peter were building their lives together, a serial killer dubbed the Jump Killer was attacking young women throughout Florida.

    The trail was slowly making its way south. Secrets can ruin everything. The problem was that Jeanine's secrets were not the only ones that would affect what was happening. But when an innocent man is framed for murder, she knows that she can't let him pay for the real killer's crimes. Nina'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 and change her identity. Now, 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 unquenchable drama and pleasure.

    Elaina has appeared in many Off Broadway and regional theater productions, on numerous televisions programs, and in films. She lives in New York City. James Patterson Official Website. Now You See Her. Book Excerpts Audio Buy Book. The perfect life A 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.

    The perfect lie Nina's secret life began 18 years ago. The perfect way to die Now, years later, Nina risks everything she's earned to return to Florida and confront the murderous evil she fled. Preview the FREE exclusive chapters here! Read by Elaina Erika Davis. Clip 1 Clip 2 Clip 3.