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Publisher Description

THE LATEST SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER AND RICHARD & JUDY BOOK CLUB THRILLER PICK FROM THE AUTHOR OF YOU WERE GONE

Nine neighbours gather for a dinner party.

But by the next morning, they had disappeared without a trace.

No bodies. No evidence. No clues.

Two and a half years later, it remains a mystery. Desperate for answers, the families of the missing turn to investigator David Raker.

How did an entire village vanish overnight?

And is he looking for nine missing people, or nine dead bodies?

'The terrific David Raker series - bliss!' LEE CHILD

'I was hooked from beginning to end. A dark, thrilling rollercoaster of a read that is not only unputdownable but has heart' Claire Douglas

'From the moment I read the intriguing premise for this book, I couldn't wait to dive in - and I wasn't disappointed. A clever and original plot, expertly executed' Rachel Abbott

Praise for Tim Weaver:

'So many twists and surprises' Times

'Impressive' Guardian

'I couldn't put it down' Sun

'It had me racing to the end' Fiona Barton

'Genuinely original' Gillian McAllister

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2019
May 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Books Ltd
SIZE
3.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Gizmo13i3 ,

Full of suspense

This is the first Tim Weaver book I've read. Drawn in by the cover and blurb, I loved the premise of this book; nine villagers seemingly vanish on Halloween without a trace. Private detective Raker is brought in to crack the case after the police investigation draws a blank. The story unfolds cleverly and intrigue is created through another story from decades ago about a murder case in LA which is weaved in and somehow connected. There is lots of suspense in this novel and it certainly gets you thinking as you ride the twists and turns of the immersive writing. I did sometimes feel that the pace was a little slow, but perhaps I was a bit impatient as I was dying to see how it all turned out.

Overall, I'd highly recommend this one - just clear your diary as you won't want any distractions.

BOURNEMOUTH SUN ,

Should have finished half way through...

I have always enjoyed Tim Weaver books- but often find they go on too long and then go off the boil.
They often become overly complex when the premise of the story is superb.
I was so gripped until extraneous characters and situations evolved which then stopped the reading enjoyment.
Should have been a 5* , but only two as in the end,an unsatisfactory ending and I just wanted in to END!

joannemccarthy ,

No one home

Dont bother, so slow and boring i gave up by the 4th chapter

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