The BookBrowse Review

Published September 16, 2020

ISSN: 1930-0018

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Book Jacket

And Now She's Gone
by Rachel Howzell Hall
22 Sep 2020
384 pages
Publisher: Forge Books
ISBN-13: 9781250753175
Genre: Thrillers
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Isabel Lincoln is gone. But is she missing?

It's up to Grayson Sykes to find her. Although she is reluctant to track down a woman who may not want to be found, Gray's search for Isabel Lincoln becomes more complicated and dangerous with every new revelation about the woman's secrets and the truth she's hidden from her friends and family.

Featuring two complicated women in a dangerous cat and mouse game, Rachel Howzell Hall's And Now She's Gone explores the nature of secrets ― and how violence and fear can lead you to abandon everything in order to survive.

"[R]azor-sharp... Full of wry, dark humor, this nuanced tale of two extraordinary women is un-put-downable." - Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"A fierce PI running from her own dark past chases a missing woman around buzzy LA. Breathlessly suspenseful, as glamorous as the city itself, And Now She's Gone should be at the top of your must-read list." - Michele Campbell, bestselling author of A Stranger on the Beach

"Smart, packed with dialogue that sings on the page, Hall's novel turns the tables on our expectations at every turn, bringing us closer to truth than if it were forced on us in school." - Walter Mosley

"One of crime fiction's leading writers at her very best. The final twist that will make you want to immediately turn back to page one and read it all over again. And Now She's Gone is a perfect blend of PI novel and psychological suspense that will have readers wanting more." - Kellye Garrett, Anthony, Agatha, and Lefty Award-winning author of Hollywood Homicide and Hollywood Ending

"Sharp, witty and perfectly paced, And Now She's Gone is one hell of a read!" - Wendy Walker, bestselling author of The Night Before

"Hall once again proves to be an accomplished maestro who has composed a symphony of increasing tension and near unbearable suspense. Rachel brilliantly reveals the bone and soul of our shared humanity and the struggle to contain the nightmares of human faults and failings. I am a fan, pure and simple." - Stephen Mack Jones, award-winning author of the August Snow thrillers

"Heartfelt and gripping... I'm a perennial member of the Rachel Howzell Hall fan club, and her latest is a winning display of her wit and compassion and mastery of suspense." - Steph Cha, award-winning author of Your House Will Pay

Rachel Howzell Hall is a writer/assistant development director at City of Hope, a national leader in cancer research and treatment. Her first novel, A Quiet Storm, was a featured selection of Borders' Original Voices program, as well as an alternate selection of the Black Expressions book club. She lives in Los Angeles.

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