"A sinister tale of a vacation gone bad...Puerto Vallarta provides a lush backdrop for Brackmann's richly drawn ex-pat world, which is as eccentric as it is dangerous." - Publishers Weekly
"Brackmann strikes exactly the right mood in this frantic look at an ordinary woman who can't seem to claw her way out of the mess in which she's managed to land." - Kirkus Reviews
"The ending fulfills several strands of the book without totally wrapping up others....an interesting and entertaining update on the damsel-in-distress story (from the damsel's point of view) as well as the Ambler-esque spy thriller." - International Noir Fiction
"Getaway draws you in with the immediate force of its sensuous atmosphere, its living and breathing characters, its riveting plot and most of all, with its sheer believability." - Lene Kaaberbøl & Agnete Friis, New York Times bestselling authors of The Boy in the Suitcase
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