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After reading Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn's breakout novel, I went back and read her earlier novels. Three members of a family were murdered in 1985 and the son, Ben, was convicted and sent to jail. The other survivor, Libby, now drifting through life and needing money hooks up with a murder fan group who is fascinated by the grisly event. Libby, who has not even visited her brother in prison for 24 years, for the first time begins a true investigation of the murders. The narrative bounces between Ben and his mother in 1985 and Libby now. A well-written and realized mystery full of interesting and unusual characters.
posted Sep 17, 2012 at 2:03PM
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Mother and two older sisters were killed; her testimony at the age of 7 sent her 15-year- old brother to prison for life; hasn't had to work a day in her life; her trust fund money is running out; confronted by a secret society determined to prove her brother's innocence; begins to question exactly what she saw 25 years ago.