Gone for Good

Gone for Good

eBook - 2002
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As a boy, Will Klein had a hero: his older brother, Ken. Then, on a warm suburban night in the Kleins' affluent New Jersey neighborhood, a young woman--a girl Will had once loved--was found brutally murdered in her family's basement. The prime suspect: Ken Klein. With the evidence against him overwhelming, Ken simply vanished. And when his shattered family never heard from Ken again, they were sure he was gone for good.
Publisher: New York : Dell, c2002
ISBN: 9780307422989
0307422984
Characteristics: 1 online resource (315 p.)

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Eil_1
Aug 04, 2017

Read "Tell No One" separately from "Gone for Good". They were both exciting and excellent thrillers, and thoroughly enjoyed them. Well worth reading.

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elkhan
Jul 05, 2017

I thoroughly enjoy Coben books, and this novel was no exception! Read my full review on this book on my book reviews blog https://elsbookreviews.blogspot.ca/ and leave a comment regarding what you thought about this book! 📚

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ritarufus
May 14, 2016

A murder spy book. Very suspenseful. Quite enjoyed for easy read.

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Eil_1
May 05, 2016

I actually bought this book since the library doesn't have either "Tell No One" or "Gone For Good". They were both excellent. In particular, "Gone for Good" was complete with non-stop action, together with a spell-binding plot. One of Coben's best yet. Available at Chapters.

hania4987 Dec 14, 2013

the past really comes back to bite in this elegantly brutal story. The shoes keep dropping throughout, each time adding another yarn into this tightly woven tapestry -- every time you think you know where the story is turning ... surprise!

CoeryT Oct 02, 2013

The best first half to a story that I have read in a long time. Too bad I thought the second half S u c k e d

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rslade
Dec 13, 2011

As with all of Coben's books, a thoroughly twisted plot, backed up by some sympathetic, and some thoroughly weird, characters. The story almost doesn't matter: the convolutions make it hard to follow anyway. You still keep turning the pages, though, to find out what happens next, or what happened before that isn't what you thought it was. Reading Coben can leave you exhausted, as with any exercise that gives you a really good workout. (It's just that this one is mental.)

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