Good As Gone – A suspense novel by Amy Gentry. Wow – sounds like a “must read”!
“You’ll find yourself having to remember to breathe.”
-Reviewer Tony Burnett on Amy Gentry’s Good as Gone
GOOD AS GONE
by Amy Gentry
Published in 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
reviewed by Tony Burnett
Eight years after Julie was silently abducted from the bedroom next to her young sister while her mother and father slept downstairs, the remaining family dynamic has persevered. Though they each carry their own private burden of guilt, the family has not quite imploded. When a young woman shows up at the door claiming to be Julie, the joy is overshadowed by the opening of old wounds, especially as Julie’s mother, Anna, begins to suspect the woman is not her daughter.
Amy Gentry’s debut novel, Good As Gone, takes the genre of domestic suspense to a level of intensity rarely experienced. The superb writing explores not only the depth of the characters but the extremes of their…
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