Isabel Lincoln is gone.
But is she missing?
It’s up to Grayson Sykes to find her. Although she is reluctant to track down a woman who may not want to be found, Gray’s search for Isabel Lincoln becomes more complicated and dangerous with every new revelation about the woman’s secrets and the truth she’s hidden from her friends and family.
Featuring two complicated women in a dangerous cat and mouse game, And Now She’s Gone explores the nature of secrets — and how violence and fear can lead you to abandon everything in order to survive.
And Now She’s Gone by Rachel Howzell Hall
Author: Rachel Howzell Hall
Publishing Date: September 22nd, 2020
Publisher: Forge Books
Thank you NetGalley and Forge Books for giving me this eARC in exchange for an honest review.
“Everyone lies. Everyone leaves something out of the narrative…There were big secrets everywhere”
Grayson Sykes got her first case as a P.I. Isabel Lincoln is missing for weeks and her boyfriend wants her to be found. All the evidence points that she is hiding, and don’t want to be found. But the case isn’t that simple as it looks. Grayson is also hiding her own story and got many secrets.
This book was all over the place, so many things were going on, so many characters were involved. It was hard to differentiate between both plotlines of Isabel and Grayson and their past. I still don’t know if the story was focused on Grayson or Isabel. The author kept throwing information, information and information, after every chapter. Unnecessary details were spread all over the book.
Mystery and Thriller wise, this was fast pace book and many things were happening so it got so many twist and turns. But there were many parts which I found completely boring, I was zoning out throughout the book. The writing style also made it hard to focus on. The story is set in all over the USA, so many cities, places and things, which just kept coming, I was like wohooo slow down, I really don’t know what are these…So what I am saying is maybe if you are American, you’ll feel connected to the story more.
The ending didn’t make sense for me. After 384 pages what we got? loose ends…