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The Blackbird by Tim Weaver

Over the years, there’s been a veritable dawn chorus of crime fiction novels featuring birds in their title. Immediately springing to mind are Robert Galbraith’s The Cuckoo’s Calling, The Heron’s Cry by Ann Cleeves and even Meadowlark by Greg Ruth and the aptly named Ethan…
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No One Home

Written by Tim Weaver — At the end of Tim Weaver’s last book, You Were Gone, there were distinct signs that David Raker’s old pal Bryan Kennedy was about to make a reappearance. That promise has been kept, and at the start of this week…
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You Were Gone

Written by Tim Weaver — David Raker searches for missing people, but what happens when he has to look for  someone who isn’t missing at all? They’re dead, in fact, and Raker is certain of that because the person in question is his late, much…
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Never Coming Back

Written by Tim Weaver — David Raker searches for people. Lost people. Forgotten people. Men, women and children who have just disappeared and have been spirited from the lives of their families. Lost souls, shadows, whose cases have been consigned to a filing cabinet by…
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Vanished

Written by Tim Weaver — Every year, Londoners disappear. They vanish from the face of the metropolis, some for months, some for years, and some for ever. David Raker is an ex-journalist and reporter who has carved a niche tracing missing people, and when Julia Wren…
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