Post Script: Crash and Burn – Lisa Gardner

The truth is sometimes ugly and confusing and complicated.

Crash and Burn

Crash and Burn

Lisa Gardner



ISBN: 9781472220226


Description: My name is Nicky Frank.


I’m in hospital after crashing my car. I am afraid. The only thing that I can think about is Vero. I know I have to save her but why couldn’t I find her? She’s just a little girl.


The man standing in my hospital room tells me we are married but there is no Vero. That six months ago I suffered a traumatic brain injury which caused changes to my personality. I have dramatic mood swings, an inability to concentrate and large gaps in my memory. I’m much easier to anger these days. And I drink. All of which he says explains the car accident and my confusion.


Now a Sergeant Wyatt Foster is investigating. He has questions about the car accident. He has concerns about my husband. And he’s worried about a missing girl.


He would like to know what happened to me. So would I.


My name is Nicky Frank. This is my life.



My View:

Lisa Gardner – how do you keep doing this? You keep coming up with plots that are twisted, addictive and compelling. You keep me enthralled, you keep me turning the pages and you keep me up at night reading until I finish and then finally I can sleep when all has been revealed and I have digested and re-examined all you have shared with me. This is a heartbreaking yet realistic scenario, it presents many a quandary, many moral dilemmas and yet managed to be quietly optimistic. I loved the characters, all the characters (well maybe not so much Thomas but even he had his good points). Nicky Frank is so credible – in her post concussive behaviours and her desire to seek the truth – whilst all the time hiding a huge secret and eventually revealing a shocking plot twist or two. Brilliant! More!!!


5 thoughts on “Post Script: Crash and Burn – Lisa Gardner

  1. This certainly is a really intriguing premise for a story. And it sounds as though the characters are developed as well. Glad you enjoyed it.

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