This is from the best-selling author of Never Coming Back and the chart-topping Missing pod cast, comes the latest David Raker missing persons investigation. "Weaver has become one of this country's most respected, best selling crime writers, and he fully deserves to be. Written with elegance, care and craft, What Remains is a luminous example of what a considerable talent Weaver has become. Catch him at once." (Daily Mail). Missing persons investigator David Raker specializes in finding the lost. Whether dead or alive, he brings home the truth to the families left behind. But there's one person he's never been able to save. Colm Healy was one of the Met's best detectives - until the unsolved murders of a mother and her twin daughters consumed his career, his family and his life. For him, there can be no redemption without justice. Re-opening the case together, Raker soon learns the hard way how this puzzle breeds obsession. But the worst is yet to come. Because, at the end of this trail of tragedy and darkness, an elusive killer watches, waits - and prepares to bury the truth forever..."Impressive ...a lacerating investigation, which takes readers into the furthest reaches of obsession. A dark, complex and visceral read." (Financial Times). Praise for Tim Weaver: "Weaver's books get better each time - tense, complex, sometimes horrific, written with flair as well as care." (Guardian). "I couldn't put it down." (Sun). "Weaver has delivered another cracking crime thriller." (Daily Mail). "Weaver knows how to construct a complex plot...you will be kept guessing until the last few pages. David Raker has joined a select band of fictional characters whose return in a new book excites existing fans and collects new ones with every publication." (Crime Fiction Lover).
Tim Weaver is the bestselling author of Chasing the Dead, The Dead Tracks, Vanished, the Richard and Judy Book Club selection Never Coming Back, and most recently What Remains. All his thrillers feature missing persons investigator David Raker. Tim Weaver has been nominated for a National Book Award and shortlisted for the Crime Writers' Association Dagger in the Library Award, which considers an author's entire body of work. A former journalist and magazine editor, he lives near Bath with his wife and daughter.