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The Missing (Darby McCormick) - Darby McCormick

3.91 (4,110 Ratings by Goodreads)
The Missing (Darby McCormick)

The Missing (Darby McCormick) - Darby McCormick

3.91 (4,110 Ratings by Goodreads)
Mass Market Paperback
Published: 3 May, 2007
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The woman missing for five years. The Crime Scene Investigator who finds her. And the serial killer who wants them both dead ... When Boston CSI Darby McCormick finds a raving and emaciated woman hiding at the scene of a violent kidnap, she runs a DNA search to identify the Jane Doe. The result confirms she was abducted five years earlier and has somehow managed to escape from the dungeon in which she's been caged. With a teenage couple also missing and Jane Doe seriously ill, the clock is ticking for Darby as she hunts for the dungeon before anyone else disappears or dies. And when the FBI takes over the investigation, it becomes clear that a sadistic serial killer has been on the prowl for decades - and is poised to strike again at any moment. A killer with links to horrors that Darby has desperately tried to bury in her past ...

The smart money has long been on Chris Mooney, one of crime fiction's rising stars, and The Missing ably demonstrates why this is so. This is a page-turner written with great empathy, filled with strong, resilient characters that the reader will cheer and champion. -- Laura Lippman

Chris Mooney is the author of nine thrillers, of which Remembering Sarah was nominated for the prestigious Edgar Award for Best Novel. His Darby McCormick series includes The Missing, The Secret Friend, The Soul Collectors, The Dead Room, Fear the Dark and Every Three Hours. Chris's latest book is Every Pretty Thing, the seventh Darby McCormick thriller. Chris lives in Boston with his wife and son.

Type Book
ISBN 9780141030852
Number Of Pages 403
Item Weight 226 g
Product Dimensions 27 x 181 x 114 mm
Publisher Penguin
Format Mass Market Paperback