Amy Gentry
Good as Gone

Good as Gone

Series: Quick Lit 10/16

I devoured this in one sitting on a recent Saturday afternoon. Usually I don't think the premise sells the book, but this one does: Julie was kidnapped from her own home when she was thirteen, and eight years later, the mystery is unsolved. Her family assumes the worst but can't be sure. Then one day, the doorbell rings, and it's Julie. But as she settles in to her new, old family, inconsistencies begin to emerge in her story. Why would she lie? Is it really her? From the publisher: "Propulsive and suspenseful, <em>Good as Gone</em> will appeal to fans of <em>Gone Girl</em> and <em>The Girl on the Train</em>, and keep readers guessing until the final pages."

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