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  • Tight, mysterious, and pacey!

    One Night Gone is an atmospheric, suspenseful thriller that takes us into the life of Allison Simpson, a depressed, heartbroken meteorologist who after moving to Opal Beach to house sit for the fall inadvertently gets drawn into a thirty-year-old missing persons case involving the young carnival teen, Maureen Haddaway who one day just vanished without a trace. The prose is descriptive and intense. The characters are troubled, vulnerable, and tenacious. And the plot using a past/present, back-and-forth style unravels and intertwines into a compelling, cunning tale full of deception, manipulation, familial drama, swirling emotions, violence, mayhem, and murder. Overall, One Night Gone is an eerie, sharp, ominous debut by Laskowski that highlights the selfish, scheming, desperate side of human nature and reminds us that skeletons often find their way to the surface no matter how well they are hidden or buried.

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  • A 30-year mystery

    One Night Gone by Tara Laskowski is a mystery that started thirty years ago, when a young Maureen moved to Opal Beach in the hope of a better life. Summertime on the beach brought parties and a summer romance. All was well till Maureen disappeared without a trace at the end of the summer, never to be seen again. Thirty years later, Allison moves to Opal Beach to house-sit an off-season beach house and to lick her wounds after a humiliating and very public divorce. She soon becomes interested in the disappearance of a young girl who went missing a long time ago. This disturbs many people in the community and Allison soon fears for her own safety. The story alternates between Maureen and Allison, maintaining the reader’s interest. The ending is unexpected and surprising, making this a satisfying read. Thank you to Graydon House Books and NetGalley for the e-ARC in exchange for an honest review.,

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  • One Night Gone

    Amazing read could not put it down,full of suspense from start to finish, characters were great and a brilliant storyline.Looking forward to reading much more from this author as this is the first of hers I have read.A really talented author

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