Summary

Penguin presents the unabridged downloadable audiobook edition of Broken Heart by Tim Weaver, read by Joe Coen and John Chancer.
A woman drives to a beautiful headland overlooking the Devon coast. She is never seen again, and no trace of where she went can be found. The woman's sister calls missing persons investigator David Raker. As Raker tries to find her whereabouts - fearing the worst - he learns that she was recently widowed from a reclusive film director.
It seems that, going through her husband's belongings, she found a secret so dark and shocking that it forced her to leave her entire life behind. Chasing the truth will consume Raker and place him in grave danger....
©2016 Tim Weaver (P)2016 Penguin Books Ltd.
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4 out of 5 stars
By laatkins on 10-05-17

very much enjoyed the story.

I thought the story was very good, definitely kept me interested and loved the twists that I wasn't expecting.
David Raker series are fantastic, you invest in him as a detective and know that no matter what obstacles are in the way he will get to the truth.
Tim weaver is an exceptional writer.
the narration was very good also.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Thomas Wyatt on 09-12-16

brilliant

brilliant. not quite as good as What Remains by the same author. but to be fair he has set himself a very hi bar

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