Sunday, March 21, 2010

No Time For Goodbye by Linwood Barclay

Imagine what it would be like if you woke up one morning and found your entire family gone, vanished, without a trace?

This nightmare became a reality for fourteen-year-old Cynthia Bigge in 1983 when she awoke one school morning to find her mother, father, and brother had disappeared.

Twenty-five years later, Cynthia is a happily married, over-protective mother to an eight-year-old daughter, and still haunted by the mysteries of her past.

Desperate for closure, she agrees to allow a popular true crime tv show to film a segment about her family's mysterious disappearance, but rather than turn up clues that lead to closure, it reawakens sleeping demons seemingly determined to rectify the mistake that left one member of the Bigge family alive.

As is my custom when reviewing mysteries, rather than risk giving too much away, I will stop now and say only that "No Time For Goodbye," is another gripping thriller from Linwood Barclay that does not disappoint.

1 comment:

librarypat said...

Sounds good. I'm in the mood for a good suspense. Thanks for letting us know about this book.