William Morrow and Co. 1998


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Other Books by Dennis Lehane

Gone, Baby, Gone

Author: Dennis Lehane

The tough neighborhood of Dorchester is no place for the innocent or the weak. A territory defined by hard heads and even harder luck, its streets are littered with the detritus of broken families, hearts, dreams. Now, one of its youngest is missing. Private investigators Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro don't want the case. But after pleas from the child's aunt, they open an investigation that will ultimately risk everything — their relationship, their sanity, and even their lives — to find a little girl lost.

Gone, Baby, Gone (Kenzie & Gennaro, #4)

James Patterson:

Gone, Baby, Gone is a tough, true, powerful story written by a stunningly good novelist, one of our very best.


The Washington Post:

In Gone, Baby, Gone ... [Lehane] once again features his blue-collar duo of P.I.s, Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro, here searching for a missing 5-year-old girl, against the wishes of the stonewalling Boston police, and delving into a world of drug deals gone bad, corrupt cops, and child molesters. It's powerful and raw, harrowing and unsentimental.


The Wall Street Journal:

Compelling ... just the way we like it. When it comes to describing the action, Mr. Lehane delivers big time.


The Boston Globe:

[D]elightful reading ... Lehane is adept not only at describing situations but at creating them.


Publishers Weekly:

Lehane tackles corruption in many forms as he brings his complicated plot to its satisfying resolution ...



[A] chilling, masterfully plotted tale ...


Chicago Tribune:

To the list that includes such names as Robert B. Parker and Linda Barnes, add that of Dennis Lehane.