gone, baby, gone

Gone, Baby, Gone by Dennis Lehane

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Dennis Lehane
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The book follows Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro, two private investigators working for a troubled Boston firm. Its structure is made up of three novellas, each following a different case and featuring different detectives.Gone Baby Gone is the first book in Dennis Lehane's trilogy about private investigator Patrick Kenzie and his partner Angie Gennaro. Private investigator is the occupation they chose to make their living with - a profession that requires them to be better than everyone else at what they do. They live on their own terms and don't take any client’s cases without being paid for it - both are always on the lookout for a new case, which they can solve without asking questions or following any leads that might bring them trouble in the future.The first nove

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Vir
I loved this book. It had everything I wanted in a mystery. I was never able to figure out who the killer was, because the author slowly revealed information to the reader. The book was easy to read and follow. It also had a great cast of characters that I rooted for throughout the whole book!
Shakadal
The gripping story of a missing girl, a detective on the case, and the monsters who want her back.Gone, Baby, Gone is a riveting story of a missing girl and the detective on the case. The suspense is almost unbearable as the story twists and turns. The story is well-written, with multiple plot points and characters. Lehane’s style of writing is different from other crime novels, making this one a must read for anyone who enjoys crime
Vigis
This is the best book I have ever read. It was a page-turner from the very beginning and the ending was so good.I read this book because I wanted to read a thriller. This book was thrilling and I could not put it down.This book is a must-read for anyone who likes mystery novels and crime thrillers.
Voodooran
I needed to write a literature review about Gone, Baby, Gone and Greegs & Ladders books. I read Gone, Baby, Gone with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Dennis Lehane is a wonderful writer.