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
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money and he is a free man. If this novel were non-fictional that would show that our government has a huge default in it. I’m sure that it has happened before in America, but would it really be the government’s fault or just the human beings fault? All in all I liked the book; it kept me thinking constantly and wanting to read more. If you like mysteries I would suggest this book.