Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Synopsis:
When his wife goes missing, an angry writer-turned-bar-owner struggles with feelings of guilt, as the circle of suspicion hones in on him.

Review:
Gone Girl is the kind of thriller I swoon for–a killer hook, messy interpersonal dynamics, and the kind of twists that feel inevitable and fresh at the same time. I was definitely drawn into the game in a big way, and was glad I didn’t know much about the book beyond the blurb. I am not sure it ever hit the level of anything by Superfast favorites Barbara Vine and Tana French, but it certainly kept me riveted.

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