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When her dream job turns into a living nightmare, causing her to become the prime suspect in a murder investigation, art gallery manager Alice Humphrey must prove that she has been set up, a deadly mission that plunges her into a high-tech criminal conspiracy that is shockingly linked to her own family. She arrives at the gallery one morning to meet her boss, Drew Campbell, only to find the place cleaned out, save for Drew's corpse. She is bewildered when Drew's ID doesn't check out, nor does the background of the gallery or the primary artist it represents. But when the police show up with a photograph of her lookalike that suggests she and Drew had more than a business relationship, Alice realizes she has been placed at the center of a nefarious plan. But whose? And why? Beginning to dig, Alice finds herself circling ever closer to home, her discoveries threatening everything she's ever known about family and identity. She is framed for murder and left scrambling to find answers, some of which may have to do with long hidden secrets involving her own family.
Subject: Murder > Investigation > Fiction.
Art galleries, Commercial > Fiction.
Family secrets > Fiction.
Conspiracies > Fiction.
Homicide > Fiction.
Secrecy > Fiction.
New York (N.Y.) > Fiction.
Genre: Thrillers (Fiction)
Detective and mystery fiction.

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Long Gone
Long Gone
by Burke, Alafair
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Long Gone


"Long Gone is a tremendous novel, and Alafair Burke is one of the finest young crime writers working today." --Dennis Lehane, author of Moonlight Mile Echoing the intensity of Harlan Coben's Tell No One and the psychological depth of Laura Lippman's What the Dead Know, Alafair Burke's first stand-alone novel catapults her into the top ranks of modern suspense. In New York City's cut-throat world of art, appearances can be deceiving--especially when art world newcomer Alice Humphrey becomes a suspect in a gruesome murder at a Chelsea gallery, and is thrown into a treacherous labyrinth of intrigue, crime, and conspiracy. Now, Alice must discover the truth behind the murder before the unsolved mystery claims her as its next victim.

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