Summary

November, and evening is closing in as DI Jack Caffery arrives to interview the victim of a stolen car. The man who's stolen the car has also taken an eleven year-old girl.
And she's still missing. Sergeant Flea Marley has heard about the car-jacker. He's done it before, she tells Caffery. Twice. Only previously he's let the girls go.
A day later the car is found. Inside, there's a letter: “It's started”. And Caffery knows that soon the jacker will choose another random car, the only important thing being the girl in the back seat. Caffery's a good and instinctive cop but this time the jacker seems to be ahead of him - every step of the way....
©2010 Mo Hayder (P)2010 Isis Publishing Ltd
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3 out of 5 stars
By Jason on 26-06-16

Jackanory narration

A decent story but a ridiculously purple vocal performance. The plot was decent and my wife is a big fan of the author.

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4 out of 5 stars
By blueskythinker on 24-09-10

Gone....but not forgotten

I had previously read all of Mo Hayder's earlier books. ('Birdman' and 'Tokyo' are both brilliant.) This was my first audio version of one of her books. Initially I wasn't too keen on the reader's voice but then I thought that this might be because I already had my version of Jack Caffrey and Flea Marley's voices in my head.
The story is excellent and I raced through it. I came to enjoy the narrator's voice and would thoroughly recommend this book. It's one of those stories you can't get out of your head.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Anniebligh on 18-03-13

Winner of Edgar Award for 2012

This is my introduction to Mo Hayder.

I have just downloaded a second of her books. Interested? Yes I am.
The characters are plausable.
The story is interesting and a little scary,

It is a part of a series and the most recent available on Audible.
So perhaps, in my not being familiar with what has gone before I may
be losing something. Keeping that in mind I also figure a story can
hold its own.

For me though Mo Hayder is good enough to listen to a second of
her books in the series.

In a way she is setting her own style in letting her characters be
themselves and I do find that interesting. While the series does follow
a main character, the story line and plots explores how people do
respond to and react to others and how this influences what happens next.

No super hero as such, but a team with a team leader is viewed in action.
The ideosyncratic motivations and interactions are followed, and so there
are sub plots. It is these that I expect do develop through the series.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Peter on 13-02-13

Excellent listening for busy people

If you could sum up Gone in three words, what would they be?

Good British Thriller

What was one of the most memorable moments of Gone?

Always when they save the victim

Which character – as performed by Andrew Wincott – was your favorite?

Flic

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When the police arranged the sting which led to the end of the monster

Any additional comments?

Good book for me as I travel by air a lot, and actually look forward to waiting for take-off etc so that I can catch up.

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