A pardoned serial killer is killing again. Or is he? Someone tortured and killed the three women and unknown man. Can the serial killer's female attorney prove him innocent of the the new murders? Can she set her feelings of horror and revulsion aside? And if he didn't commit the murders, who killed his wife and left the body in the basement of their home and tipped off the police?
The plot gets a little stretched in a couple of places, but it provides a good look into the heart of darkness. And what it takes to beat it!
This is a page turner. This is one of those books that grab the readers and hold them til the end
I loved this book! A page-turner.
Phillip Margolin's best book- one part THE FUGITIVE & one part THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS. A+
A series of crimes that fool everyone,this is a real (who done it)
The first time Russ went into the bedroom he missed the rose and the note. His back was to the bed when he stripped off his clothes and hung them in the closet. After that, he slipped into a warm-up suit and checked the cable guide to see what was on TV. When 15 more minutes passed without Vicky, Russ went back into the bedroom to phone her best friend. That was when he saw the note on the pillow on the immaculately made bed. There was a black rose lying across the plain, white paper. Written in a careful hand were the words "Gone but not forgotten."
Loved this book, and author.
after reading this, I ordered as many as I could find by him!
A real page turner and fast read. Clever plot.
One of the best mysteries I've read lately. Couldn't put it down. I will certainly look for more books by this author.
Riviting. A suspense filled book you won't want to put down!
WOW!! Great book! Very highly recommended.
Great Suspence! Keeps you wondering
A good reader and a GREAT story - there's no better combination!
Very good storyline. I didn't want to put it down! Kept you hooked until the very end with a surprise ending. Definitely would recommend this to anyone.
Women vanish, and the only clue left is a black rose left on a pillow with a note that says--gone but not forgotten.
Portland is cloaked in a shadow of fear by a series of disappearances identical to those ten years earlier on the other side of the country. As a female defense attorney receives a mysterious retainer from a multi-millionaire developer, the District Attorney begins a manhunt for a killer who leaves no traces . . . except for a black rose and a card reading "Gone, but not forgotten."
From the back cover:
One by one the women vanished. The only clue is a single Black Rose, left on a pillow with this note...
GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
The signature of the smartest killer of them all.
Mystery story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Women keep disappearing, and the only clue is a single black rose left on a pillow with the note "Gone but not forgotten".
This was a great book! Suspensfull 'til the very end. The twists came at every unexpected angle. Great Read!
One of the scarier books I've read! Excellent thriller, but don't read it when you are home alone on a dark and stormy night =)
It will put you on the edge of your seat
I think this is his BEST book that I have read so far!!!
Hard to put this one down!
this book is like good sex. you never want it to end.
Scarey and exciting solving this one was mucho fun. Margolin will always take us for a thrill ride.
One by one the women vanished. the only clue a single black roseleft on a pillow with this note GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. The signature of the smartest killer of them all.
One by one the women vansihed. The only clue is a single black rose left on a pillow with this note...GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. The signature of the smartest killer of them all.