Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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flynn, gillian - gone girlthumbs_up ) This book was really slow in the beginning. It was hard to push through at first because it just seemed like your average “who done it?” mystery novel. But my persistence in reading it paid off, because it got good, really really good.

People have faked crimes before, but no one makes it an art form like Amy does. She goes missing from her house shared with her husband, Nick Dunne, with evidence of a struggle left behind. Most of the evidence points towards murder, with her husband being the prime suspect. Meanwhile, Amy goes into hiding. The motivation behind this staged crime – her husband was having an affair.

This book is twisted and gets even more psycho as the story goes on. Once you get about half way in, it’s hard to put down.

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