In Gone, But Not Forgotten, by Phillip M. Margolin (Warner Books, £6.50 in UK), several women disappear on the east coast of the US without trace, with only a black rose and a note left behind. When Peter Lake finds the bodies of his wife and daughter, the police know they are dealing with more than a case of missing persons. The suspect is apprehended and shot. Ten years later, on the west coast, history appears to repeat itself. Is someone replicating the serial killings, or is there a link between the east and west coast murders? A compelling story with a plot which provides many twists and turns and keeps the reader guessing all the way through.