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Long Gone

Narrated by: Matt Jamie
Length: 8 hrs and 24 mins
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Summary

Natalie Long is missing. About to board a high-speed train from London’s Paddington station, she has vanished without a trace. Just two days earlier, things were so different. 

One of eight candidates staying at an exclusive West London property, Natalie was competing for the chance of a lifetime - a career at one of the world’s most dynamic and mysterious companies, Brand New. For Detective Chief Inspector Paul Cullen of the British Transport Police, the case is personal. Natalie is good friends with his daughter, Amy, who is certain Natalie is in great danger. Something terrible did happen that weekend. And the time for answers is running out. But can DCI Cullen uncover the truth before it is too late?  

©2019 Paul Pilkington (P)2019 Audible, Ltd

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You can't relax for a minute

You need to keep attention to the story. To each point of view so you don't miss any piece of information. Paul Pilkington follows a similar recipe in his stories. And they work. All the different pov's, the juning in the time line. Never a boring minute.

Love the narrator. He does an amazing jobb bringing Long Gone to life

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Great Read, very engaging

very gripping from the start, slightly less so toward the end, very good read, very much recommend