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Phillip Margolin who has a background in criminal justice wrote the book Gone but not forgotten The book is basically about a rich man that owns a construction company and is forced to move from the East coast out to the West coast because he has committed murder and outwits the government and authority to be pardoned and is let free When he arrives in the West Coast he allegedly continues his murder spree but this time he gets caught and pleads innocent It has a confusing plot and is hard to explain without getting to lengthy But it turns out that he was not the murderer in the West Coast it was one of the ladies that he tortured back in the East Coast and framed him The authors background is present throughout the story A few examples would be the murders that are committed with extensive detail used in the description the detectives role in the novel and the trial scenes I thought the book was written very well The author is very suspenseful and keeps the reader moving from one page to the next The authors style is similar to a Kurt Vonnegut style of writing do to the short chapters At the moment the reader gets an idea in his or her head about the plot it just expands and new obstacles come into the picture There are tricks and surprises hiding around every corner in this who done it book Besides being a great book and keeping my interest every page it also taught me a few things about the government and law that are apparent in everyday life The novel shows that an individual with money has it easier in our society a lot of the time Who would think a rich and powerful man would ever commit murder That is one of the questions that came into play when the
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