Gone Without A Trace

gonewithoutatracecoverTitle: Gone Without A Trace

Author: Mary Torjussen

Publisher: Berkley Books

Pub. Date: 18 April 2017

Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense

 

One day Hannah comes home to find her boyfriend gone– every trace of him erased from her life. No photos No Facebook posts. No text history. Her original belongings in the house returned to the exact same state they were in before Matt moved in. With his number gone from her phone and other bizarre circumstances that no one seemed willing to believe, Hannah is pushed out of her reality and into obsession with the mystery.

 

It is an interesting premise, but somewhat difficult to suspend disbelief. There is some tightly written suspense in this book, and the mystery is a mystery, though a little predictable after a while. There is also plenty of melodrama and a twist that was not necessarily a payoff worthy of the buildup.

 

Lots of people enjoyed this book. As for me, I read it with enthusiasm…until I didn’t. I did finish it and gave it three stars for that.

 

A copy of this book was provided from the publisher in exchange for this honest review.

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