Stalkers : DS Heckenburg

  • by Paul Finch
  • Narrated by Paul Thornley
  • Series: DS Heckenburg
  • 13 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Time's up. You're Next.
"All he had to do was name the woman he wanted. It was that easy. They would do all the hard work."
Detective Sergeant Mark 'Heck' Heckenburg is investigating the disappearance of 38 different women. Each one was happy and successful until they vanished without a trace.
Desperate to find her missing sister, Lauren Wraxford seeks out Heck's help. Together they enter a seedy underworld of gangsters and organised crime. But when they hear rumours about the so-called 'Nice Guys Club' they hit a brick wall. They're the gang that no one will talk about. Because the Nice Guys can arrange anything you want. Provided you pay the price....
Dark, terrifying and unforgettable. Stalkers will keep fans of Stuart MacBride and Katia Lief looking over their shoulder.


What the Critics Say

"Really terrific, compulsive stuff...definitely a talent to watch." (The Bookseller: One to Watch)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

A Cliffhanger to the end...

If you could sum up Stalkers in three words, what would they be?

gripping and twisting storyline

What other book might you compare Stalkers to, and why?

Some of Stephen Leathers Dan Shepherd series

Which character – as performed by Paul Thornley – was your favourite?

All of them... Paul is superb to listen to...

Any additional comments?

I had never heard of Paul Finch (sorry) and only picked this book for the reader (Paul Thornley). But wow! was I hooked right from the beginning. It has some surprising twists and turns, and I loved Heck, who was ruthless, but caring.... funny but serious.... altogether a very complex character, which all adds to the suspense. Well worth downloading, but dont start listening if you have only limited time.... you wont be able to switch it off!

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- sandra "wixey"

Fascinating, unexpected,must keep on listening to

This was my introduction to Paul Finch's books and I thoroughly enjoyed it! The main character, Heck, was flawed and although his exploits were extreme, he remained down to earth and believable. I'd hate to live in his world but enjoyed reading about it. It ended with a bit of a cliffhanger, so I assume it's the first of a series and although I normally don't like series I will buy more of this one.
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- anne "As a recently retired "young" pensioner! I now have more time to read and listen to Audio Books as I renovate my house in Spain."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 18-07-2013
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited