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GET READY TO MEET REBEKAH. SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR TIM WEAVER IS BACK WITH HIS FIRST STANDALONE
Rebekah Murphy has been missing for five months. Why is no one looking for her?
Rebekah Murphy knows too much. . .
She knows she's alone on an abandoned island with a killer on her trail.
She knows that to get home to her children, she must survive long enough to understand why this is happening.
She knows someone tried to kill her for a secret.
What she doesn't know is what that secret is . . .
Detective Frank Travis doesn't know enough . . .
He doesn't know where to find Louise Mason. He doesn't know how and why she vanished into thin air three months ago. He doesn't know the identity of the man last seen talking to her. Not yet.
But what he does know is that he's a week away from retirement -- and if he doesn't find out where Louise went, no one will.
What neither Rebekah nor Detective Travis realize is that each holds a missing piece from the same puzzle -- and it will cost them everything they love to finally solve it . . .
Praise for Tim Weaver:
'So many twists and surprises' Times
'Terrific' Sunday Times
'I couldn't put it down' Sun
'It had me racing to the end' Fiona Barton
'Packed with twists' Daily Express
'Genuinely original' Gillian McAllister
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Missing Pieces is an emotional and compulsive thriller which, like the David Raker series showcases Tim Weaver's trademark clever and original plotting. Rebekah is an unforgettable character that I rooted for from the very first page. Twisty, unpredictable and so gripping. That ending will stay with me for a long time. A brilliant book!
Raw, fraught, multi-layered, and a fantastic portrayal of a strong female heroine in peril
Smart, pacy and completely gripping - you'll feel like you're right there in the thick of the action. A five-star thriller
As gripping as anything he's written before . . . Chilling
Buckle up - this is one serious pulse-pounder
Praise for Tim Weaver
Packed with twists
I couldn't put it down