THEN SHE WAS GONE

by Lisa Jewell

Ten years after her daughter disappears, a woman tries to get her life in order but remains haunted by unanswered questions. Read by Helen Duff. 10 hours, 11 minutes unabridged.

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    What people are saying on Amazon (sample)

    • I thought this novel was a memorable read! It really packs a punch! At about 30% of the way through, I figured out what happened to Elllie Mack and why she was selected, but my observation in no way detracted from the novel’s punch. I don’t usually spend $13 on any Kindle books, but the cost was definitely worthwhile. I will remember this novel for a long time. I haven’t read any novels by Lisa Jewell; having read and appreciated this novel, I plan on reading more of her work.
    • A nice twisted murder mystery!
    • A real page turner. Highly recommended! The story is well-conceived and engaging. I’m definitely going to read more by this author. Give this book a read. You will enjoy it.
    • Exciting from the first page. Very good read.
    • I liked this book. I didn’t love it and I figured out where the story was heading halfway through. I don’t think this book is advertised as having a big twist, so it didn’t bother me too much that I knew where the story was headed. I probably would have given three stars if it weren’t for the epilogue. Those last few pages really tied the story together and tugged at my heart.I was surprised I felt sympathy for the main antagonists, one definitely more than the other. The author really showed the human side of her villains and while I did not agree with their actions, I could see the method behind their madness.I would recommend this book to readers looking for a solid story with no major plot twists but well thought out, human characters.