Long Gone Reviews
"Starred Review. Ripped-from-the-headlines hooks from the world of celebrity and culture are twisted into a knot of seemingly unconnected story lines dramatically resolved to a surprising, out-of-nowhere ending... Highly recommended" - Library Journal
"Burke delivers a tightly plotted, suspenseful account of Alice's desperate scramble to find out what's happening to her and why." - Booklist
"Burke skillfully orchestrates the mounting tension and claustrophobia of Alice's world collapsing in on itself." - Publishers Weekly
"Alafair Burke's first standalone is an absolutely riveting must read - and the ending is a shocker you'll never see coming." - Lisa Scottoline, author of Save Me
"Long Gone is a red-hot firecracker of a thriller with all the right stuff - perfect pacing, plotting, and suspense. If you already love Alafair Burke's novels, buckle up for her best book ever. If you haven't read her yet, the time is now." - Lisa Unger, New York Times-bestselling author of Darkness My Old Friend
"Long Gone is the type of book that should come with a warning. It's a compulsively readable, highly addictive story. The ending will leave you breathless." - Karin Slaughter, New York Times-bestselling author of Fallen
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Rated of 5
What do you do when you are being framed for murder and the evidence against you is so compelling that you know you will be arrested? This is the predicament facing Alice Humphrey in Alafair Burke’s new standalone. This is her best work yet, and I have been a fan of her other two series. Great characters, great writing and a riveting story. It is obvious that she is very familiar with the criminal justice system and the way a criminal mind works.