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GONE REBECCA MUDDIMAN

May 25, 2015

9781444791594

GONE BY REBECCA MUDDIMAN

250,000 people go missing in the UK every year. 91% of those reported to police are found within 48 hours. 99% of cases are solved within a year. And 1% stay gone.
Eleven years ago, troubled teenager Emma Thorley went missing. The police assumed she was a runaway. But now a body has been found in woods near Blyth.
DI Michael Gardner knows he didn’t take Emma’s disappearance seriously enough back then, and is determined to make up for it now. But when he and DS Nicola Freeman start to reinvestigate, they discover that nothing is as simple as it seems.
As news of the discovery travels, the past will come back to haunt all those involved. Because there are consequences when good people do bad things, and some secrets cannot stay buried for ever…
My review
I can’t believe that a staggering 250,000 people go missing in the UK every year. Thank goodness that 91% of those reported to the police are found within 48 hours. 99% of cases are solved within a year. My heart goes out to the family and friends of the 1% stay gone.
I loved reading Gone by Rebecca Muddiman she certainly weaves some clever twist that no one would see coming.
Eleven years ago when Emma Thorley went missing DI Michael Gardner didn’t take her disappearance seriously, but he is determined to make up for it now. As a body has been found in the woods near Blyth with Emma’s ID on it, DI Freemans starts a new investigation.
Emma was a drug user who visits Ben Swales at a clinic to help her come off drugs.
Ben becomes one suspect that he murdered Emma as Ben left working for the clinic eleven years ago at the same time Emma disappeared.
Emma’s ex-boyfriend Lucas Yates becomes another suspect that he murdered Emma. Crime fans you can’t miss Gone by Rebecca Muddiman.
 It is time now for me to go and put the kettle on, but I will back soon with another crime book review.

 

 

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