The Survivors Club - Lisa Gardner

The Survivors Club

By Lisa Gardner

  • Release Date: 2002-05-21
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
The Survivors Club book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 199 Ratings)

The Survivors Club Lisa Gardner Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

THE SURVIVORS CLUB
 
. . . that’s what Jillian Hayes, Carol Rosen, and Meg Pesaturo call it. They won’t consider themselves victims. They are survivors. They helped lead the investigation that caught the man who changed their lives forever. Now they are the prime suspects in his murder.
 
Could three ordinary women have been driven to do the unthinkable? Detective Sergeant Roan Griffin knows all too well what can drive even the best people to cross the line. Has someone in the Survivors Club become a killer? And if so, can he blame her, let alone bring her to justice?
 
“Starts fast and never stops moving. Clever, complex, and original!”—Phillip Margolin
 
“Has it all: provocative plotting, engaging characters, and a razor-sharp emotional edge.”—Stephen White
 
“This club is worth the dues.”—People

BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Lisa Gardner's Love You More, and a peek at the script for The Killing, AMC’s original series, which tracks the murder of a Seattle teenager and the gripping investigation it sparks, only on AMC.

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  • The Survivors Club

    5
    By BraxtonSmith33
    This is a magnificent book and I have it paperback. Everything comes together at the end, but the journey to the truth from the beginning is what grabs you. The trust isn't always as it may seem.

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