E.A. Barres: They’re Gone


Deb Linh Thomas and Cessy Castillo have something in common. Both of their husbands were murdered the same night.

For Thomas, it’s devastation. Her husband died at the hands of a crazed sex worker. For Castillo, it was no great loss. Her husband was physically abusive.

Each woman will be drawn into something they want no part of. Each woman will have death on their trail. Both women are connected through their husband’s actions.

Dark humour, twisty turns, diverse characters, and plenty of action.

~ June Lorraine

MurderInCommon.com is a Feedspot Top 100 Crime Novel Blog

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2 comments

  1. Unimaginable! I love the opening intrigue! It is amazing to find out how the two women met and what they have confided to each other.

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  2. Ooh, this one sounds really good. Adding to the TBR. Thanks, June!

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