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Publisher's Summary

Sam Morpeth is left to fend for her younger sister when their mother goes to prison. But when a stranger begins to blackmail her online, she's drawn her into a trap she may not escape alive.
Reporter Jack Parlabane is indebted to a volatile source, and now that debt is being called in, it could cost him everything. Thrown together by a common enemy, Sam and Jack are about to discover they have more in common than they realise - and might be each other's only hope.
Want You Gone is the superb new psychological thriller in the best-selling Jack Parlabane series. Award-winning best seller Chris Brookmyre is at his best yet with this nail-biting story.
©2017 Christopher Brookmyre (P)2017 W. F. Howes Ltd
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Critic Reviews

Praise for the Jack Parlabane series:
"Exceptionally good - a knotty mystery...Brookmyre plays a cunning, careful game." (The Guardian)
"Reminiscent of the best of Nordic Noir but with its own vivid landscape." (Renee Knight, author of Disclaimer)
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By Graeme White on 05-20-17

Good but not Great

Starts off at great pace but ends up with lots of exposition rather than action.

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By David on 05-09-17

good but not brookmyres best

i love a lot of brookmyres novels. this is good, but a little ploddy and predictable. still a good read

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