Narrated By: Joe Coen, Andrew Brooke
Duration: 12 hours and 49 minutes
What to expect
Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Vanished by Tim Weaver, read by Joe Coen and Andrew Brooke.
He got on the train. He didn't get off. So where did he go?
For millions of Londoners, the morning of 17 December is just like any other. But not for Sam Wren. An hour after leaving home, he gets onto a tube train - and never gets off again. No eyewitnesses. No trace of him on security cameras. Six months later, he's still missing.
Out of options and desperate for answers, Sam's wife Julia hires David Raker to track him down. Raker has made a career out of finding the lost. He knows how they think. And, in missing person cases, the only certainty is that everyone has something to hide.
But in this case the secrets go deeper than anyone imagined.
For, as Raker starts to suspect that even the police are lying to him, someone is watching. Someone who knows what happened on the tube that day. And, with Raker in his sights, he'll do anything to keep Sam's secrets to himself . . .
'Weaver's books get better each time - tense, complex, written with flair as well as care' Guardian
'A fluent and assured piece of crime fiction . . . Tim Weaver ties in the apparently divergent events with convincing ease' Crime Fiction Lover
Crime & mystery fiction, Thriller / suspense fiction
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Tim Weaver writes books so meticulously researched that the reader is educated as well as entertained, enthralled and intrigued
Fans of Mo Hayder will be in seventh hell
So many twists and surprises
Praise for Tim Weaver
The writing is beautiful and the plot so cleverly constructed I never guessed any of the twists
Weaver has become one of this country's most respected, bestselling crime writers, and he fully deserves to be . . . Catch him at once
A dark, complex and visceral read
Weaver's books get better each time - tense, complex, written with flair as well as care
It had me racing to the end
The rising star of British crime
A fluent and assured piece of crime fiction . . . Tim Weaver ties in the apparently divergent events with convincing ease
The story-telling is little short of brilliant
Perfect plotting, great characterisation, and the kind of payoff that a thriller of this calibre deserves
I couldn't put it down