|Mass Market Paperback||2018-05-22||$9.99||541|
|Audio CD (Unabridged)||2015-06-02||$19.99|
|Audio CD (Unabridged)||2013-07-02||$19.99||11|
|Audible Audio Edition||2013-04-25||$32.28|
|Paperback (1 Reprint)||2012-12-06||$14.00||349|
|Library Binding (Reprint)||2010-05-04||$25.75||349|
|Paperback (Export Trade Paperback)||2009-07-10||368|
|Hardcover (First Edition)||2009-05-14||368|
|Audible Audio Edition||2009-05-05||$35.93|
|Paperback (First Paperback Edition)||2009|
|Paperback (1st US Paperback)||2009||349|
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By Gillian Flynn
Published by Three Rivers Press on 2009
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You know Gillian Flynn: she's the criminal mastermind behind the mega-smash Gone Girl. You might not know that the "G" is hard, as in the "gills" of a fish, not like "Jack and Jill." Impress your friends ...
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Dark Places (not exactly a subtle title, either) is like the best Investigation Discovery show that never existed—but in book form. (Hey, they could squeeze it between Dark Minds and Dark Temptations for ...
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Libby Day is an adult now, but her life has been shaped and twisted by the bloody murders of her mother and sisters 24 years ago. Libby, who was seven at the time, escaped from her home during the massacre ...
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This sad, violent, sometimes disheartening tale is the opposite of a feel-good read (although not without its share of rich satisfaction and hard-won redemption). It is, however, tremendously compelling ...
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In 1985, Libby Day's fifteen year-old brother was charged with murdering their mother and two sisters in a rural Kansas farm town as part of a satanic ritual -- subtly reminiscent of the West Memphis Three case. Only seven years-old, Libby managed to ...
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While some readers may find the answer to the whodunit mystery -- with its collision of cataclysmic events and their unintended consequences -- less satisfying than the emergence of a sole, responsible villain, the book's conclusion as a whole more than ...
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