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Far Gone (English Edition) par [Griffin, Laura]
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"Far Gone has it all--a smart, engaging heroine, a rocket-paced plot, and explosive nonstop action. Adding a dash of heady romance to the recipe, Laura Griffin has cooked up a delicious read that will thrill her devoted fans--and earn her legions more." (Lisa Unger, New York Times bestselling author of In the Blood)

Far Gone is a tense, exciting romantic thriller that's not to be missed. Laura Griffin is one of my favorite authors. I highly recommend this book.” (New York Times bestselling author Karen Robards)

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The New York Times bestselling author whose Tracers series has been called “compelling,” “mesmerizing,” and “knock-your-socks-off” has a new forensic thriller sure to please fans of Tami Hoag and Karen Robards.

Police detective Andrea Finch is a rising star in her department until a split-second decision derails her career. Disgraced and disillusioned, she’s on leave from her job when she gets an urgent call from her younger brother. She’d prefer to ignore his latest plea for cash, but this time instinct tells her something is very wrong. Andrea’s search for answers takes her to a dusty Texas border town where danger lurks in plain sight and nothing is quite what it seems.

FBI agent Jon North is working undercover in west Texas, investigating an unsolved murder that may be linked to a terrorist plot. But when the evidence points to Andrea’s brother, Jon finds that persuading the stubborn cop to help will be harder than cracking his toughest case.

Andrea must find a way to do what’s right while protecting her only sibling. As the clock ticks down, Andrea and Jon race to confront a heartless killer who will stop at nothing to deliver a final, terrifying message.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 385 pages
  • Editeur : Gallery Books (15 avril 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Disappointed 20 octobre 2014
Par M. McRoberts - Publié sur
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I have read many of Laura Griffin's books and have enjoyed them very much. This book, Far Gone, was really difficult for me to get through. There was no romance whatsoever. The female lead character, Andrea, was cold and unlikeable. The male lead character, Jon, wasn't much better. They had sex once, but they continued treating each other badly. There was nothing warm and fuzzy about their relationship. Suddenly at the end of the book, they were in love. I have no idea where that came from. The plot was complicated, and not in a good way, and hard to follow. There were agents and officers from various government agencies involved in trying to get evidence on and capturing the bad guys. Then the agents and officers were constantly driving or flying to and from several different cities all through the book. Why? Don't know. The bad guy was supposed to be super scary bad. I never felt the fear. Lastly, there was Andrea's brother, Gavin, who was a young adult. He was unbelievably naïve and self-absorbed. I will still keep reading Laura Griffin's work. I hope this book was just a fluke. I guess you can't expect a home run every time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Suspenseful Thriller" 1 mai 2015
Par Marie S - Publié sur
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Andrea Finch has been a detective for the Austin Police Department for six-years. She was sitting in a restaurant when a young man walked in with his hand in his pocket and went to the kitchen. Andrea sensed there was something wrong. She went into the kitchen and he was there, holding a gun and swinging it back and forth. Andrea shot and killed him. She was placed on administrative leave.

Andrea’s grandparents had raised her and her brother Gavin after their mother died. Andrea has always been protective when it came to Gavin. When Gavin was going to school, the kids were always bullying him. He dropped out of college to work for Shay Hardin on his Lost Creek Ranch. By association with Hardin; Gavin is under surveillance by the FBI. Hardin has a deep hatred for the federal government and made threats months before Judge Kimball was murdered. Agent North working to prove he murdered the Judge and was also responsible for the University bombing in Philadelphia where Senator Kirby was suppose to attend.

FBI Special Agent Jon North went to see Andrea and wanted to know about her interest in Shay Hardin. Andrea was snooping around Hardin’s Ranch looking for her brother and is doing her own investigation. Jon warns Andrea to keep away from Hardin that he’s a terrorist. Jon has reasons to believe that Hardin has planned an attack on Senate Kirby. Andrea is concern that her brother may be involved. Andrea and Jon decided to work together to uncover a plot against the government. Andrea and Jon had a mutual physical attraction when they had first met.

I enjoyed the storyline with a lot of events going on. It was a page turner with several twists at the end with so much suspense going on at the same time. I liked the main characters. Great sexual chemistry and friendship chemistry developed between Andrea and Jon. They worked well together to preclude an assassination.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Definitely a great read 28 avril 2014
Par A. Feldman - Publié sur
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I'm a fan, untraceable and snapped are two of my favorites but I admit to being a bit disappointed in Twisted and Exposed. I thin Far Gone is much better than those two and back with a better balance on the point of view's something I liked a lot in snapped. I liked the lead female character she had baggage but didn't apologise for it. If I had one criticism it was that we didn't get as much of the Hero's owning his own actions. So it seemed like the heroine was justifying herself needlessly - it made her seem more insecure than she was and him more arrogant than he was - still I loved the story and I just love the way Ms Griffin tells the story the pace and action are great and a good balance between romance and procedural crime
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 They Just Keep Getting Better 23 avril 2014
Par Nanadeb - Publié sur
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I just started reading Laura Griffin a few months ago based on a recommendation. I have been devouring her books ever since. There is just enough balance of suspense, justice, love, lust and firepower to keep you on the edge of your seat. This latest installment is one of the best and you get the added bonus of revisiting some characters from the Tracers series. You will love Jon and Andrea. I hope we get to see them again. The book stands alone well but you will love the rest of her work - series and non-series.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Tracers-lite -- a non-series story set in Tracers series world but not up to author's usual standards 5 août 2016
Par AvidReader - Publié sur
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Not sure what to make of this book. It's not part of the Tracers series, yet it's set in the Tracers imaginary world. Crossovers from Tracers series books include assorted characters like Alex Lovell, Elizabeth Leblanc, and Nathan Devereaux and locations like the Delphi Center, San Antonio FBI field office, and Austin PD. The story takes place well after book 1 but before book 8. The Tracers characters and settings made the story more engaging for me as a fan of the series. Unfortunately those attractive elements didn't overcome some of the aspects of the story that made it a 3-star read. First, it was LONG. If I had had anything interesting in my to-be-read stack I might have given up. The central mystery is intriguing and keeps you guessing, but unraveling that takes a VERY LONG time. Or so it seemed. There was a lot of questioning and surveilling and not so much action until later in the book. That made the first half drag for me. Second, the H/h seemed totally stereotypes -- son from well-to-do family of doctors chooses law enforcement meets daughter of poor, alcoholic single mother, orphaned early with abandonment issues. And there's a ne'er-do-well younger sibling that draws the H/h deeper into the mystery. Third, the couple don't really seem to fit. In the Tracers series, there is something about each member of a H/h couple that makes him/her irresistable to the other. Here, both are attractive, driven people who share a passion for their work (both law enforcement) but that extra something is missing. The romance isn't as steamy as Tracers books either. Still, any mystery by LG is good -- law enforcement tracking down bad guys, clever plot keeps you guessing, exciting action sequences, timely stories reflecting today's world, characters you care about (mostly), etc. This one wasn't quite up to LG's usual standards, but not a bad way to pass the time til the next Tracers story comes out.
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