Book Spotlight: Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen
Gone Without a Trace
by Mary Torjussen
Release Date: April 18, 2017
Berkley Trade Paperback Original
About Gone Without a Trace
How far would you go to find the one that got away?
From the imprint that published Fiona Barton’s instant New York Times bestseller The Widow and Clare Mackintosh’s global phenomenon I Let You Go, comes Mary Torjussen’s Gone Without a Trace (Berkley Trade Paperback Original; 978-0-399-58501-2; April 11, 2017; $16.00)—an electric, compulsive thriller about a boyfriend’s unexplained disappearance, and its corrosive effects on the woman he left behind.
In Gone Without a Trace, young professional Hannah returns from work to find her live-in boyfriend, Matt, is gone. His belongings have disappeared from their house. Every call she ever made, every text she ever sent, every photo of him and any sign of him on social media have vanished. It’s as though their last four years together never happened. As she struggles to get through the next few days, with humiliation and recriminations whirring through her head, she knows she’ll do anything to get answers. Where has he gone? Why has he left?
Then the messages start—cryptic and creepy texts and videos—and Hannah realizes that someone is watching her every move. And there are signs that someone has been in her house.
As her search for Matt progresses, Hannah treads further into madness and obsession—and the only way out is to come to terms with the one shocking truth she just can’t accept. . .
For anyone who has ever asked “Was it something I did?” Gone Without a Trace brings to chilling light the doubt, fear, and obsession that can lie dormant in our most intimate relationships.
“Gone Without a Trace has one of the most interesting narrators I’ve ever come across.”
—Shari Lapena, New York Times bestselling author of The Couple Next Door
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About Mary Torjussen
Mary Torjussen is the acclaimed author of Gone Without a Trace. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Liverpool John Moores University and worked for several years as a teacher.
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