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Gone Forever: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal, and Murder
     

Gone Forever: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal, and Murder

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by Diane Fanning
 

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Susan McFarland was a vivacious, successful mother of three young sons. On November 25, 2002, she disappeared. Three days later, her car was found, keys in the ignition. Later that day, her husband reported her missing--and a desperate search began.

Her friends and family hoped against hope that Susan was not gone forever. But investigators became increasingly

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Gone Forever: A True Story of Marriage, Betrayal, and Murder 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Diane Fanning is a great writer I must say. I this book was a no stop thriller. Sometimes you just to stop and ask yourself why would a man kill his wife with three YOUNG children in the house. What could be so bad that you would do such a thing. Diane lays it all out there. Susan McFarland you can tell was a vicaous women and also tried to look for the best in her husband and really wanted things to work. I could not put it down...even on my lunch break I was reading.
ANNAMARIE GOESSEL More than 1 year ago
im saddened that this poor woman did not get out in time. i thank God i did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book by author .. well written.. Susan had her whole life ahead of her, 3 great boys, a great job and family n friends .. my prayers for her sons and what they have been through .. her husband deserves what he got and i hope he never gets out, hes a coward and his plea proves that !! Bn
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story jumps all over the place and is not easy to follow. I feel the author did not do a good job with informing the reader of who Sue really was.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a sad, disturbing story. RIP Susan McFarland. Hopefully, fewer will suffer her fate for having read this book.
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