Rebekah Murphy has been missing for five months. So why is no one looking for her? . . . THE GRIPPING AND PULSE-RACING SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
'Gripping' SUNDAY TIMES CRIME CLUB
'Smart, pacy and completely gripping - you'll feel like you're right there in the thick of the action. A five-star thriller' T.M. LOGAN, bestselling author of THE HOLIDAY
TWO MISSING WOMEN.
Rebekah Murphy is stranded on an island closed for the winter.
A killer is on her trail.
She needs to survive long enough to make it back home - but what's waiting there could be even worse.
TWO PIECES OF THE SAME PUZZLE.
Detective Travis can't find Louise Mason.
The case has no leads.
Then Travis gets an anonymous tip-off - but is this a clue or part of something more sinister?
What links these apparently unrelated cases?
Who is causing young women to disappear?
And when does missing mean murder?
'Showcases Tim Weaver's trademark clever and original plotting. Twisty, unpredictable and so gripping. That ending will stay with me for a long time. A brilliant book!' CLAIRE DOUGLAS, bestselling author of JUST LIKE THE OTHER GIRLS
'Raw, fraught, multi-layered, and a fantastic portrayal of a strong female heroine in peril' GILLIAN MCALLISTER, bestselling author of How to Disappear
'An outstanding book, absolutely superb. The solution reminded me of a Russian Doll, where you take one apart to find another one still to be opened' 5***** Reader Review
'As gripping as anything he's written before . . . Chilling' New
'This book has blown me away! I read it in a day as I physically couldn't put it down. An absolute must-read for everyone' 5***** Reader Review
'Buckle up - this is one serious pulse-pounder' HEAT
Praise for Tim Weaver
'So many twists and surprises' The Times
'Bliss' Lee Child
'Terrific' Sunday Times
'Thrilling' Richard & Judy Book Club
Excellent book, loved the David Raker books, but loved this standalone thriller too, twisty, turny and very good.
I have read ALL of Tim Weavers books and this was the worst I have ever read! Drawn out, whiny plots that make no sense. Real anticlimax
Read this in two days hard to put down gripping from start to finish