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Publisher's Summary

Michael Robotham's Suspect, hailed as "a lightning-paced debut" by Entertainment Weekly, was an international best seller that raised the bar for thrillers. Now two characters from that acclaimed novel, Detective Vincent Ruiz and psychologist Joe O'Loughlin, return for the electrifying Lost. When Detective Ruiz is pulled from the Thames, he has a bullet in his leg, a photograph of a missing (and presumed dead) girl in his pocket, and absolutely no memory of what happened.
©2006 Michael Robotham (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC
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"A thoughtful and subtle thriller, with convincing, three-dimensional characters." (Publishers Weekly)
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By Lauren on 06-01-08


I have been an Audible subscriber for several years and I stumbled on this title after navigating around authors who I enjoy like James Lee Burke, Robert Ludlum (Paris Option; Hades Factor; Janson Directive; Sigma Protocol), Ian Fleming (From Russia With Love), Scott Turow (Ordinary Heros), and this ranks at the top. The plot is intriguing, characters are colorful, and narration is fantastic. This is a very stylish departure from the standard modern detective / mystery, and a fine specimen of raw storytelling.

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By Jody R. Nathan on 06-07-06

Couldnt put it down

I enjoyed this book; perhaps in part because it was a bit "slow" in spots -- the violence was not over done. I found it an intriguing story, liked the characters, and loved the narrator. I looked at it as sort of a hard boiled version of Adam Dalgliesh; there are lots of descriptive passages, which to some are dull, but to me, bring the scene alive. The narrator, Ray Lonnen, has a voice and a tone for each character, which really was masterfully done. I couldn't put it down.

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