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The Blackbird: The heart-pounding Sunday Times bestseller and Richard & Judy book club pick (David Raker Missing Persons, 11)

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Unsettling, brilliantly plotted, and satisfyingly complex, these books are unputdownable, and the latest –The Blackbird– is no exception…"–– Mick Herron, no. David Raker thrillers have a lot in common with most of Linwood Barclay’s and Michael Connelly’s works, Michael Marshall Smith’s “The Straw Men” and Mo Hayder’s “Gone”.

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Just like in Chasing The Dead, Megan’s secrets are not to be disclosed, and they can actually cost Raker’s life. We are yet to see any of his works on the big screen but that is something that is sure to come, given the increasing readership of his novels.

A wonderfully complex and riveting read that will keep you glued to the pages from beginning to end. Tim Weaver is the Sunday Times bestselling author of thirteen novels, including No One Home, The Blackbird and The Last Goodbye, and a short story collection.

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With the place on lockdown while an investigation begins, four strangers, at the same table, pass the time chatting. Cate was a talented photographer and when Raker visits the Gascoignes’ home with Cate’s sister, Georgia, he discovers that she was working on a new project focusing on the victims of unsolved murders.And with his closest ally under arrest and about to reveal some truths of his own, the danger to Raker is coming from all sides . Just like in other stories in this series, as the investigations continue, Raker finds out many shocking truths of sinister events. With the David Raker novels, Tim Weaver has carved out an area of British crime fiction uniquely his own.

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