Three women disappear

James Patterson, 1947-

Book - 2020

Three women disappear: When three female suspects in the murder of an accountant, who was a master manipulator, go missing, Detective Sean Walsh, who has a personal connection to the case, discovers why the women have to stay hidden from both the law and each other.

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Subjects
Genres
Suspense fiction
Thrillers (Fiction)
Detective and mystery fiction
Published
New York : Little, Brown and Company 2020.
Edition
First edition
Language
English
Item Description
"With a bonus novel: Come and get us."
"Come and get us originally published by BookShots / Little, Brown and Company, December 2016" -- Tile page verso.
Physical Description
357 pages ; 25 cm
ISBN
9780316541619
0316541613
Main Author
James Patterson, 1947- (-)
Other Authors
Shan Serafin, 1982- (author)
  • Three women disappear
  • Come and get us.
Review by Library Journal Reviews

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Review by Publisher Summary 1

When three female suspects in the murder of an accountant, who was a master manipulator, go missing, Detective Sean Walsh, who has a personal connection to the case, discovers why the women have to stay hidden from both the law and each other.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

When three female suspects in the murder of an accountant, who was a master manipulator, go missing, Detective Sean Walsh, who has a personal connection to the case, discovers why the women have to stay hidden from both the law and each other. 500,000 first printing.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Three women disappear: When three female suspects in the murder of an accountant, who was a master manipulator, go missing, Detective Sean Walsh, who has a personal connection to the case, discovers why the women have to stay hidden from both the law andeach other.

Review by Publisher Summary 4

Come and get us: Miranda Cooper's life takes a terrifying turn when an SUV deliberately runs her and her husband off a desolate Arizona road. With her husband badly wounded, she must run for help alone as his cryptic parting words echo in her head: "Be careful who you trust."

Review by Publisher Summary 5

A man is murdered in his home. Sarah, his personal chef. Anna, his wife. Serena, his maid, all had access. Now all three women are missing.  Eyes are on Detective Sean Walsh, whose personal connection to the case is stronger than the leads to solve it. Neither the powerful bankroll behind the deceased, mob accountant Anthony Costello, nor Walsh's vengeful superior officer can budge the investigation. Yet as Walsh continues to dig, he uncovers even more reasons the women have to stay hidden -- from the law, and from each other.

Review by Publisher Summary 6

Sarah, his personal chef. Anna, his wife. Serena, his maid. All three had access to a murder victim's home. And all three women are missing. Sarah, his personal chefAnna, his wifeSerena, his maidAccountant Anthony Costello has a talent for manipulating both numbers and people, turning losses into profits, enemies into allies—and vice versa. When Costello is found murdered in his own home, three suspects had motive. All three had access to his home. And all three women are missing. Are they in the wind—or in the grave?Eyes are on Detective Sean Walsh, whose personal connection to the case is stronger than leads to solve it. Neither the powerful bankroll behind Costello nor Walsh's vengeful superior officer can budge the investigation, yet as Walsh continues to dig, he uncovers even more reasons the women have to stay hidden—from the law, and from each other.