Already Gone (A Laura Frost FBI Suspense Thriller—Book 1) - Blake Pierce

Already Gone (A Laura Frost FBI Suspense Thriller—Book 1)

By Blake Pierce

  • Release Date: 2021-05-11
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4
From 1,408 Ratings


Haunted by visions of the future, FBI Special Agent Laura Frost must tap her psychic talent to hunt diabolical serial killers—while keeping it secret from everyone around her. But with a ticking clock and lives on the line, might her vision lead her astray?

“A MASTERPIECE OF THRILLER AND MYSTERY. Blake Pierce did a magnificent job developing characters with a psychological side so well described that we feel inside their minds, follow their fears and cheer for their success. Full of twists, this book will keep you awake until the turn of the last page.” 
--Books and Movie Reviews, Roberto Mattos (re Once Gone) 

FBI Special Agent and single mom Laura Frost, 35, is haunted by her talent: a psychic ability which she refuses to face and which she keeps secret from her colleagues. 

Yet as much as Laura wants to be normal, she cannot turn off the flood of images that plague her at every turn: vivid visions of future killers and their victims. 

And glimpses of what a killer may do next.

Laura’s talent leads her deep—too deep—into the twisted minds of serial killers, all while keeping crucial details agonizingly out of view.

Will it help her save the next victim in time?

Or will it lead her down a road of confusion, scorn, dead ends—and, ultimately, her own destruction?

A page-turning and harrowing mystery thriller featuring a brilliant and tortured female protagonist, the LAURA FROST series is rife with murder, mystery and suspense, twists and turns, shocking revelations, and driven by a breakneck pace. Fans of Robert Dugoni, Melinda Leigh and Lisa Regan are sure to fall in love. Pick up this fresh new mystery series and you’ll be flipping pages late into the night. 

Future books in the series are also available!


  • Unbelievable

    By Braintrust150
    Main character is unbelievable as as FBI agent. Totally unprofessional and constantly oversteps simple investigative rules. Just a bad story. Waste of time.
  • Already a fan

    By Kraz4dax
    First read in a long time that didn’t have any passive aggressive political rants in it. It’s hard to find these days. The book was an easy read. It became a good escape for me, as I looked forward to picking up the book to read and didn’t want to put it down. I will read the next one for sure.
  • Already gone

    By Msmellies50
    Wasn’t the ending I expected. It would have been nice to find out what happened with Amy, and how Nate made out.
  • Great story, lots of grammar issues

    By Mamaaaaamiaaaaa
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was hooked after the first page. It had me interested the ENTIRE time. I would honestly rate the book a 9.5/10. However, there were grammar issues throughout the book that kind of annoyed me. I would have assumed people proofread the book several times before it’s published, yet there were simple grammar mistakes that I don’t even know how it was missed as it was being typed (and then again during proof reading). Not a huge issue, but just something that bothered me every time I’d see a mistake. Great book overall!!
  • Already Gone

    By Nikkimom2222
    I love how I couldn’t stop reading. I haven’t read a book in many years and I couldn’t put this down.
  • Laura Frost

    By allmynicknames aretKen
    I really enjoyed the psychic addition to this character. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series.
  • Already Gone

    By SusanB71
    Enter a world of an FBI physic Laura! She has this ability that she is keeping to herself even from her partner! Will she revel her ability to him??
  • Already gone

    By zeusboo
    Good suspenseful mystery thriller
  • Al Ready Gone

    By Pins4
    Great read! Love that she has these visions. Can’t wait to read more! Thanks!
  • Easy Reading

    By theultimatecabaret
    Good thriller to pass the time and keeps you captivated. There is some redundancy, name changes, and other slightly off-putting elements. Good book but an editor would have likely made it an easy 5/5.