The Last Goodbye

The Last Goodbye


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On the night Tom Brenner and his nine-year-old son Leo visit the
Seven Peaks theme park, they head straight for the ghost house.

They go in. But they don't come out.

Somewhere inside the ride, impossible
as it seems, the two of them simply vanish.


When Rebekah Murphy was three, her mother
walked out of their childhood home and never returned.
Nearly four decades on, Fiona Murphy is still missing.

But then, out of the blue, a letter arrives in the post.

It says it's from Fiona.


Missing persons investigator David Raker is hired by
Rebekah to find out if the letter is actually from Fiona -
and, if it isn't, why someone would pretend to be her.

But this is a mystery whose secrets were never meant to be found.

And as Raker starts to connect the dots from Fiona to
the Brenners, he begins to realise he can't trust
anyone - even the people closest to him...

Praise For Tim Weaver:

'Terrific' Sunday Times

'Packed with twists' Daily Express

'What a talent' Daily Mail

©2023 Tim Weaver (P)2023 Penguin Audio


  • Corkscrew twists. Impossible to read without breaking into a sweat
    The Times

About the author

Tim Weaver

Tim Weaver is the Sunday Times bestselling author of fourteen novels, including No One Home, The Blackbird and The Last Goodbye, and a short story collection. He is also the host and producer of the chart-topping Missing podcast and is currently developing an original TV series with the team behind Line of Duty. A former journalist and magazine editor, he lives near Bath with his wife and daughter.
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