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Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Chasing the Dead by Tim Weaver, read by Joe Coen and Lee Ingleby.

One year ago Alex Towne's body was found. One month ago his mother saw him on the street. One week ago David Raker agreed to look for him. Now he wishes he hadn't.

Mary Towne's son, Alex, went missing six years ago. Five years later he finally turned up - as a corpse in a car wreck. Missing persons investigator David Raker doesn't want the work: it's clearly a sad but hopeless case of mistaken identity brought to him by a woman unable to let go of her son. But haunted by a loss of his own, Raker reluctantly agrees. Big mistake. For as he digs deeper, he discovers that Alex's life was not the innocent one his mother believed. Buried in his past are secrets that were never meant to be found - and dark, dangerous men willing to kill to protect them. Soon Raker will discover that there are things far worse than death....

©2017 Tim Weaver (P)2017 Penguin AudioBooks

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  • 11-05-17

Unusual but very well written book

Initially I found it a little difficult to get into this book, however perseverance was well worth it. The story twists and turns effectively and characters return unexpectedly throughout the book. The subject matter, evil alternative religion, is nasty and I really didn't see the final twist coming. Recommended

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  • 09-21-18

Too many lucky escapes

Quite a good story but the fights and escapes from imminent death became monotonous. I got quite bored with the lengthy confrontations. Still very listenable though.

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  • robert
  • 08-07-18

Dire

This must be amongst the worst book I have read for some time. Initially it had the power to engross, but as the story went on it became a dire farce and totally ridiculous in its crafting. Lines like " she had lived with this man for 23 years, but had not known him at all" , and the " He had listened to the TV on mute??? ". The narration was however first class hence the 2 stars I have given in sympathy for them in trying to breed life into the most ridiculous story.

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  • Mike
  • 01-10-18

Good story but I wasn't a fan of the narrator

Good story but over emphasised at times, obviously to increase the dramatic effect but was over cooked for me at times. In saying this, I did enjoy the story and I have therefore purchased the next book.

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  • Mark
  • 12-01-17

RIP off duplicated book

This book is a duplicated book with a new cover and read by someone else.

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