No Time for Goodbye (February, 2009) - amazon.com

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Nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award, the Barry Award, and
short-listed as best novel by the International Thriller Writers

One night, when Cynthia Archer was 14 years old, her family disappeared. Now, 25 years later, she’s about to learn what happened to her mother, father brother, and she might be better off never finding out.

Sometimes it's better to let sleeping dogs lie. Isn't it? But would you be able to resist one more attempt to find your mother, father and brother if a reality television show offered to help you re-create the events of that night?

Married and with a daughter of her own, it has been twenty five years since her family vanished without a trace but Cynthia Archer has never given up hope that they might one day all return and, as a result, has not been able to bring herself to move out of the town that she grew up in. Just in case. When a reality television show offers to go over the events of that fateful night, taking Cynthia back to her childhood home, she jumps at the chance. What if a television special jogs somebody's memory? What if her parents and brother are still alive and see it?

When the show airs and nothing more than a few cranks and side-show freaks come out of the woodwork, Cynthia begins to give in to despair. Then the 'messages' begin to appear, followed by strange phone calls and the feeling that she is very definitely being followed. Is this just a strange coincidence or could someone know something about that night? Is there someone shadowing Cynthia and her family or is she just so desperate to discover the truth, that her mind is playing tricks on her?

          North American Edition                         UK Edition

Nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award, the Barry Award, and
short-listed as best novel by the International Thriller Writers

One night, when Cynthia Archer was 14 years old, her family disappeared. Now, 25 years later, she’s about to learn what happened to her mother, father brother, and she might be better off never finding out.

 
 
 
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