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GONE is the fifth book in the FBI Profiler series from The Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller Lisa Gardner. WHEN SOMEONE YOU LOVE VANISHES WHAT WOULD YOU DO TO GET THEM BACK? If you love Tess Gerritsen and Karin Slaughter you'll love Lisa Gardner.
It's 2am on a rain-beaten stretch of road near Bakersville, Oregon when a car is found abandoned, the door wrenched open, the engine running, the headlights on full-beam. The driver, Rainie Conner, is nowhere to be found.
Ex-FBI profiler Pierce Quincy will not rest until he's found his estranged wife, and, together with his daughter, FBI agent Kimberly Quincy, he knows he will have to comb every facet of his wife's life since they separated if he is to understand what happened to Rainie.
Could the troubles of her past have caught up with her? Or is her disappearance connected to the horrifying cases they'd been working on? All Quincy knows as the clock ticks down is that he is in the most desperate hunt of his life...
A terrifying woman-in-jeopardy plot propels Gardner's latest thriller, in which child advocate and PI Lorraine "Rainie" Conner's fate hangs in the balance. Rainie, a recovering alcoholic with a painful past (who previously appeared in Gardner's The Third Victim, The Next Accident and The Killing Hour) is kidnapped from her parked car one night in coastal Oregon. The key players converge on the town of Bakersville to solve the mystery of her disappearance: Rainie's husband, Quincy, a semiretired FBI profiler whose anguish over Rainie undercuts his high-level experience with kidnappers; Quincy's daughter, Kimberley, a rising star in the FBI who flies in from Atlanta; Oregon State Police Sgt. Det. Carlton Kincaid; local sheriff Shelly Atkins; and abrasive federal agent Candi Rodriguez, who specializes in hostage negotiation. Gardner suspensefully intercuts the complicated maneuvering of this bickering team with graphic scenes of Rainie bravely struggling with her violent, sadistic captor. When the rescuers make a misstep, he raises the stakes by snatching a troubled seven-year-old foster child named Dougie, who's one of Rainie's cases. The cat-and-mouse intensifies, as does the mystery of the kidnapper's identity. Sympathetic characters, a strong sense of place and terrific plotting distinguish Gardner's new thriller.