The Dead Tracks Paperback
by Tim Weaver
Part of the David Raker Missing Persons series
The Dead Tracks is the second in the David Raker series from Tim Weaver, host of the chart-topping podcast Missing.
A serial killer more terrifying than you could ever imagine ...Seventeen-year-old Megan Carver was an unlikely runaway.
A straight-A student from a happy home, she studied hard and rarely got into trouble.
Six months on, she's never been found. Missing persons investigator David Raker knows what it's like to grieve.
He knows the shadowy world of the lost too. So, when he's hired by Megan's parents to find out what happened, he recognizes their pain - but knows that the darkest secrets can be buried deep. And Megan's secrets could cost him his life. Because as Raker investigates her disappearance, he realizes everything is a lie.
People close to her are dead. Others are too terrified to talk. And soon the conspiracy of silence leads Raker towards a forest on the edge of the city.
A place with a horrifying history - which was once the hunting ground for a brutal, twisted serial killer. A place known as the Dead Tracks...Hot on the heels of Chasing the Dead, The Dead Tracks by Tim Weaver revisits David Raker and his complex missing persons cases. Fans of Mo Hayder's Gone and Michael Marshall Smith's The Straw Men should look this way.
Praise for Tim Weaver: 'Impressive debut ...Fans of Mo Hayder will be in seventh hell' Guardian 'Perfect plotting, great characterisation, and the kind of payoff that a thriller of this calibre deserves' Bookgeeks 'A taut thriller' Barry Forshaw
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 560 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 15/08/2013
- Category: Crime & mystery
- ISBN: 9781405912709
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Review by Randall.Hansen
I really enjoy Tim Weaver's David Raker series. Raker is a former journalist, now a missing persons investigator. Because he's a former journalist, the stories sometimes get a bit mired in the details -- too many details -- but the stories are complex... and often not done when you think they are. This book is about a missing teenage-girl whose parents hire Raker to find her... anything more would spoil the story.