Review of ‘Gone’

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Hutchinson Kemp and his family are missing. The house is empty, but the TV is still on and there’s unfinished food on the table. No one knows where they are, but Sheriff’s Detective Jason Rondeau is certain that they did not willingly depart their home. The problem, though, is that Rondeau is coping with his own demons; dealing with a past that won’t leave him be.

Gone by T. J. Brearton is a twisted mystery that follows Rondeau and his colleagues as they race against time, and deal with a secretive organization, in their search for the Kemp family. This story has so many twists, by the end you’ll be dizzy from the ride. It has a little bit of everything that makes a mystery so much fun to read, with a few psychological twists thrown in for good measure. If you like your mysteries to be challenging, you’ll enjoy this story.

I received this book as a gift. I only hope that this is not the last time we’ll see Rondeau on the shelves in the mystery section.

This one gets five stars from me.

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