A city that never sleeps needs a detective with insomina...
72 hours. The cops only look for missing adults after 72 hours.
Three days for Nya Thales to turn up dead somewhere around the San Francisco Bay, if disgraced ex-cop Clarke Lantham can't find her first.
Following a scant few traces from her past, Lantham dives headlong into a dark hole filled with biotech labs, activists, kink clubs, cyberpunks, and mercenaries.
But from the moment he sets foot in Nya's world, Lantham's race against time turns into a run for his life. Blocked at all corners, framed for murder, and stalked by a shadowy figure willing to kill to keep Lantham from finding out who kidnapped Nya Thales, and why.
"J. Daniel Sawyer gives us a PI for the new millennium, and a mystery so dark and complex you could lose a molar biting into it." --Seth Harwood, author of Young Junius
"...a strangely beautiful noir for the future. And Then She Was Gone has all the history of the genre...packed with the trademark Sawyer intelligence." Philippa Ballantine, author of Geist
"...the parody of noir that noir didn't see coming...And Then She Was Gone is full of snappy one-liners I'm dying to quote" --Gail Carriger, author of Soulless
"...witty and pithy, with a storyline that keeps you engaged, this is a recommended read...one of the top reads of 2010..." --MotherLode Book Reviews