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BROKEN HEART TIM WEAVER

July 25, 2016

9781405917827

BROKEN HEART TIM WEAVER

WHERE DID SHE GO?

WHAT DID SHE KNOW?

A woman drives to a secluded beauty spot on the Somerset coast. CCTV watches her enter but doesn’t see her leaving. In fact, Lynda Korin is never seen again.
How can someone just disappear?
Her sister calls missing persons investigator David Raker.
For him, the mystery of where she went is only the start. The real question is why a woman with no reason to run would choose to leave her entire life behind?
Was it her decision? Or did someone make it for her?
Raker is an expert at following the echoes of decades-old lies. But only Lynda Korin knows the most shocking secret of all – and she’s missing, presumed dead…
Praise for Tim Weaver ‘His books get better each time’ Guardian ‘Impressive …a dark, complex and visceral read’ Financial Times ‘I couldn’t put it down’ The Sun ‘Written with elegance and craft – what a talent’ Daily Mail
MY REVIEW
Tim weaver is one of this country’s most respected, best-selling crime writers and one of my most favourite authors. I have read and reviewed Vanished David Raker book 2, Never Coming Back David Raker book 4, What Remains David Raker by 6. What I particularly like in Broken Heart is that of the age the woman who has gone missing. Wendy Fisher calls David Raker for his help, as the police got nowhere with the case looking for Her sister Lynda Korin. Her sister Lynda who is Sixty-two has gone missing in England. Lynda was seen on a security camera at the entrance of a two-mile coastal road that leads to a dead-end, but after that she just vanishes. Tim weaver fans, like myself I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did. 
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