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Gone, Baby, Gone  - Dennis Lehane I may have read a more wrenching book at some point.

I'm not sure what it would have been.

I *may* up this to five stars later. I'm not sure; I never do that lightly.

I have Shutter Island on my to-read list, and I've remembered Lehane's "Running Out of Dog" since I first read it a decade ago. I'm going to be picking up the rest of his stuff; meanwhile, I suggest reading Gone Baby Gone if you like crime/mystery stories.

(Caveat: The plot involves a child going missing. The setting is not particularly happy. Please keep this in mind; I know at one person I've advised to never read this book because of that.)