This is what happened...
It was a case guaranteed to spark a media feeding frenzy: a young mother, blond and pretty, disappears without a trace from her South Boston home, leaving behind her four-year-old daughter as the only witness and her handsome, secretive husband as the prime suspect.
In the last six hours...
But from the moment Detective Sergeant D. D. Warren arrives at the Joneses - a snug little bungalow, she senses something off about the picture of wholesome normality the couple worked so hard to create. On the surface, Jason and Sandra Jones are like any other hardworking young couple raising a four-year-old child. But it is just under the surface that things grew murky.
Of the world as I knew it...
With the clock ticking on the life of a missing woman and the media firestorm building, Jason Jones seems more intent on destroying evidence and isolating his daughter than on searching for his beloved wife. Is the perfect husband trying to hide his guilt, or just trying to hide? And will the only witness to the crime be the killer's next victim?
©2009 Lisa Gardner; (P)2009 Random House
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Wow, Excellent! My first Lisa Gardner listten was "Hide" and that was good as well. I blew right through this one. I'm hooked now, I'm a bonafide Lisa Gardner fan. "The Neighbor" kep me guessing throughout as to whodunit.
This was one of the best books I've listened to yet. I loved the narration and the story line constantly kept me guessing. I have already recommended this book to my friends!!
I have to admit that I'm a total Audible junkie. MUST have book going at all times. I may be the subject of a family intervention someday.
My first by this author - Really well done, engaging characters, and excellent narrators. Kept me on the edge of my seat right to the satisfying end. Downloading another Gardner as I write this.
This was an excellent book. The narrators were very good and it was hard to put down. I would highly recommend it as a great listen!!
I'm no kid, but I do live next to a cranberry bog.
I'm pleased to see that the several other reviewers of "The Neighbor" enjoyed the book so much. I found it to be a crashing bore. All of the characters just felt so damned sorry about themselves that their whining simply drove all interest and involvement straight away. I finally started skipping along just to see how the "plot" worked out. I should not have bothered.
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