The Disappearance

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By the New York Times bestselling author of Key Witness

A shocking crime...An explosive trial...An electrifying novel of suspense ...

A young girl's disappearance leads defense attorney Luke Garrison to suspect something far more disturbing than an open-and-shut case of ...

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  • Author: J. F. Freedman
  • Publish Date: 1999-09-01
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    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful
    RE: The Disappearance
    By: Anonymous
    2016-04-27 09:48:00

    This has to be some kind of joke...

    The concept itself is fine and good, and the book has its moments and grains fo wisdom, but one must sift through a lot of bs and hackneyed writing to get to them. The book is horribly outdated, at times naive and, in the end, not really credible. The two main characters, Mary and Sue, don't really help either.

    There are far better books on this list, and how this one ended up as being number one is beyond me.

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