The Boy Who Saw

  • by Simon Toyne
  • Narrated by Joseph Balderrama
  • 14 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The second book in an electrifying new thriller series from Sunday Times best-selling author Simon Toyne.
Only one boy can see the darkness.
Only one man can save him from it.
'Finishing what was begun.'
These are the words written in blood beside the body of an elderly tailor who has been tortured and murdered in the ancient town of Cordes.
He leaves behind a cryptic message for his granddaughter and her son, Leo - one that puts them in immediate danger.
When the mother and child are forced to go on the run, accompanied by the enigmatic Solomon Creed, they find themselves hunted across France, on a journey that will take them into the heart of Europe's violent past.
What begins as small-town murder will become a race to uncover a devastating secret dating from World War II. The few men who know the truth are being killed by a powerful organisation, and only one man stands in its way.
Only Solomon Creed can stop the murders.
Only he can save the boy.

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What the Critics Say

"Simon Toyne is one of my favourites. In Solomon Creed, he's created a hero for the ages. A word of warning: if you have anything else to get done, don't crack open a Toyne thriller." (Gregg Hurwitz, the number one Sunday Times best-selling author of The Nowhere Man)
"The Boy Who Saw is the Pandora's Box of books - once opened it cannot be closed. Toyne's writing brings effortless fluency combined with heart-pounding action. Readers beware...this is a glorious terror of a tale." (Helen Fields)

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Solomon Creed keeps you guessing

Brilliantly read again.
The second chapter of Solomon Creed is as good if not better than the book.
Great story line, I was engrossed from the start. Some quiet amusing parts which made me smile, which was nice as the story is quiet dark.
Loved it and can't wait for the third instalment.
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- sue ponter

Book Details

  • Release Date: 15-06-2017
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited