Gone (Gardner and Freeman, #2)



Gone (Gardner and Freeman, #2) Emma Thorley Is Gonebut Not Forgotten GONE Is A Twisty Story Of Murder, Guilt And Unintended Consequences From An Exciting New Crime Novelist 250,000 People Go Missing In The UK Every Year.91% Of Those Reported To Police Are Found Within 48 Hours.99% Of Cases Are Solved Within A Year.And 1% Stay Gone.Eleven Years Ago, Troubled Teenager Emma Thorley Went Missing The Police Assumed She Was A Runaway But Now A Body Has Been Found In Woods Near Blyth.DI Michael Gardner Knows He Didn T Take Emma S Disappearance Seriously Enough Back Then, And Is Determined To Make Up For It Now But When He And DS Nicola Freeman Start To Reinvestigate, They Discover That Nothing Is As Simple As It Seems.As News Of The Discovery Travels, The Past Will Come Back To Haunt All Those Involved Because There Are Consequences When Good People Do Bad Things, And Some Secrets Cannot Stay Buried For Ever

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Gone (Gardner and Freeman, #2)
  • Rebecca Muddiman
  • English
  • 01 December 2017
  • 1444791591

10 thoughts on “Gone (Gardner and Freeman, #2)

  1. Christine says:

    Thanks to Mulholland Books and Bookbridgr for my lovely copy of Gone.There is something rather fascinating about a missing person case It is the element of mystery and speculation And Rebecca Muddiman brings this to life in her new novel.Rebecca Muddiman explores a missing person investigation, in two time frames Emma Thorley was a teenager, who disappeared eleven years ago Emma s disappearance was not taken that seriously She was a troubled young teenager and had gone off the rails, afte Thanks to Mulholland Books and Bookbridgr for my lovely copy of Gone.There is something rather fascinating about a missing person case It is the element of mystery and speculation And Rebecca Muddiman brings this to life in her new novel.Rebecca Muddiman explores a missing person investigation, in two time frames Emma Thorley was a teenager, who disappeared eleven years ago Emma s disappearance was not taken that seriously She was a troubled young teenager...

  2. Sarah says:

    I actually won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, so thank you to Goodreads and the publisher.This is the first book I have actually read by this author Even though it is the second in a series it easily reads as a stand alone.The book is made up of pretty short chapters, I think the longest being three or four pages, this made it feel like quite a fast paced read as I flew through the book Obviously it helps that it was a gripping read also.I really enjoyed the story line of a missi I actually won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway, so thank you to Goodreads and the publisher.This is the first book I have actually read by this author Even though it is the second in a series it easily reads as a stand alone.The book is made up of pretty short chapters, I think the longest being three or four pages, this made it feel like quite a fast paced read as I flew through the book Obviously it helps that it was a gripping read also.I really enjoyed the story line of a missing person Emma was very ...

  3. Liz Barnsley says:

    An extremely clever and addictive mystery story to be found here, another great crime novel and it kept me on my toes throughout I have been lucky lately to find a lot of new crime novels, one of my favourite genres this is a top notch addition to my must read authors list.Some brilliantly drawn characters lead us along the most fascinating of which is one Lucas Yates, someone who has a past with missing teen Emma Thorley now presumed dead and who was not that fond of her Then we have An extremely clever and addictive mystery story to be found here, another great crime novel and it kept me on my toes throughout I have been lucky lately to find a lot of new crime novels, one of my favourite genres this is a top notch addition to my must read authors list.Some brilliantly drawn characters lead us along the most fascinating of which is one Lucas Yates, someone who has a past with missing teen Emma Thorley now presumed dead and who was not that fond of her Then we have DI Michael Gardner, a man haunted by his past when it comes to his pr...

  4. I read novels says:

    Review by ireadnovels.wordpress.comA staggering 250,000 people go missing in the UK every year 91% of those reported to the police are found within 48 hours 99% of cases are solved within a year And 1% stay gone.I loved reading Gone by Rebecca Muddiman she certainly weaves some clever twist that no one would see coming Eleven years ago when Emma Thorley went missing DI Michael Gardner didn t take her disappearance seriously, but he is determined to make up for it now As a body has been fou Review by ireadnovels.wordpress.comA staggering 250,000 people go missing in the UK every year 91% of those reported to the police are found within 48 hours 99% of cases are solved within a year And 1% stay gone.I loved reading Gone by Rebecca Muddiman she certainly weaves some clever twist that no one would see coming Eleven years ago when Emma Thorley went missing DI Michael Gardner didn t take her disappearance seriously, but he is determined to make up for it now As a body has been found in the woods near Blyth with Emma s ID on it, DI Freemans starts a new investigation Emma was a drug user who visits Ben Swale at a clinic to help her come off drugs Ben becomes one suspect that he murdered Emma as Ben left working for the clinic eleven years ago at the same time Emma disappeared Emma s ex boyfriend Lucas Yates becomes another suspect that he murdered Emma Crime fans you cant miss Gone by Rebecca Muddiman ...

  5. Thebooktrail says:

    Following on from her success with Stolen the winner of the 2010 Northern Crime Writers competition in 2012 has done it again and places the North East on the North East Noir map.Read the review with map here Gone in the North EastThe book opens in Middlesbrough and Blyth as we meet a series of characters who have just heard the news The body was found in woods near Blyth earlier today Their reactions to it could not bedifferent and the trail of suspicion starts to weave and coil it Following on from her success with Stolen the winner of the 2010 Northern Crime Writers competition in 2012 has done it again and places the North East on the North East Noir map.Read the review with map here Gone in the North EastThe book opens in Middlesbrough and Blyth as we meet a series of characters who have just heard the news The body was found in woods near Blyth earlier today Their reactions to it could not bedifferent and the trail of suspicion starts to weave and coil its way around each and every one of them throughout the novel The missing girl is thought to be Emma who disappeared 11 years ago but it is DI Michael Gardner, based in Middlesbrough who reacts with regret that he failed the girl Meanwhile, Louise also in Middlesbrough fears that the discovery will mean that they will find out what she s done Then we are in Blyth the scene...

  6. Book Addict Shaun says:

    Wow That s the only word I can think of to start this review, and to say that I wish I was better at writing them as this one will be short I m writing this review a few days before the end of 2014, and already I feel that I ve read some of 2015 s best books, one of which will surely be Gone Rebecca has written a brilliant story here, one that definitely kept me on my toes throughout It s a story that had me thinking one thing when I should have been thinking something totally different I a Wow That s the only word I can think of to start this review, and to say that I wish I was better at writing them as this one will be short I m writing this review a few days before the end of 2014, and already I feel that I ve read some of 2015 s best book...

  7. Lynda Kelly says:

    Another cracking book by this author although I preferred Stolen so couldn t give this the 5 as well I ve just downloaded book 3 in the series, too.There are a lot of little twists in this and almost everybody is a suspect or is up to something they shouldn t be which keeps your interest superbly I was a little annoyed at Gardner, actually, as he did a rubbish job on investigating Emma s disappearance eleven years before My favourite character was Ben.a nice guy who inadvertently got hims Another cracking book by this author although I preferred Stolen so couldn t give this the 5 as well I ve just downloaded book 3 in the series, too.There are a lot of little twists in this and almost everybody is a suspect or is up to something they shouldn t be which keeps your interest superbly I was a little annoyed at Gardner, actually, as he did a rubbish job on investigating Emma s disappearance eleven years before My favourite character was Ben.a nice guy who inadvertently got himself caught up in allsorts while trying to help people out Adam was another nice chap.There wer...

  8. Pat says:

    I really enjoyed this, its what I would call a quiet thriller It got quite suspenseful towards the end but the entire story was infused with enough drama to keep you turning the pages.The body of a teenage girl is found in a shallow grave There is not much of it left but police believe it to be Emma Thorley who had disappeare...

  9. Colette Lamberth says:

    I really enjoyed Stolen and always planned to read the follow up and can t believe it s been nearly 2 years To be honest I have read so much in the intervening period that this was like starting over and the author gives you enough of the characters back story to make that possible I have a bit of a soft spot for DI Gardner and I definitely warmed to DS Freeman as the book went on This all felt like it could really happen, particularly the way the police officers acted with one another It f I really enjoyed Stolen and always planned to read the follow up and can t believe it s been nearly 2 years To be honest I have read so much in the intervening period that this ...

  10. Storm says:

    This one gets straight in there with the discovery of a young girl s body, believed to be that of Emma Thorley, a local girl who disappeared 11 years ago aged 16 Initially, police suspect she was murdered by her violent thug of an ex boyfriend, Lucas, the local drug dealer and generally all round nasty piece of work However,suspects do start to work their way out of the woodwork such as Ben, a local drug therapist who was straddling the line of appropriate behaviour whilst working with This one gets straight in there with the discovery of a young girl s body, believed to be that of Emma Thorley, a local girl who disappeared 11 years ago aged 16 Initially, police suspect she was murdered by her violent thug of an e...

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