You Will Never Find Me : Charles Boxer

  • by Robert Wilson
  • Narrated by Steven Pacey
  • Series: Charles Boxer
  • 13 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Charlie Boxer messed up his family life. First the army, then the police, then high-stakes kidnap and recovery, his ex-wife and daughter learnt to live without him as his work took him places no man can come back from unscarred. Trying to rebuild a relationship with Amy, his teenage daughter, hasn't been easy. But Charlie only realises just how wrong things have gone when he finds her empty room and a note: You will never find me.
Having spent years working to track down kidnap victims, Charlie knows that sometimes, the missing don't want to be found. And he knows the hell it brings for families - the vanished are neither dead or alive, but simply gone. Worse still, Charlie Boxer knows how quickly a life can fall apart once you're living under the radar. For Charlie, danger has finally come to his front door and to crack the hardest case he's ever worked, it's time to face up to the true meaning of the sins of the father.
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Even better than the first book in the series

Because of the mixed reviews, I thought I was taking a bit of a chance on this 2nd Boxer tale. All I can say is that it was a chance well taken, because I think this is even better than the original story. It is hard to highlight specific aspects without giving away the plot - but the way in which Amy leaves home will be absolutely chilling for any parent (particularly anyone dealing with a headstrong teenager). The two storylines are cleverly interwoven through Mercy who needs to work to survive her personal crisis - and there is a massive twist in the tale that I certainly hadn't seen coming. Core family characters are building nicely and peripheral ones - important to this plot - are well drawn and incredibly well presented by Steven Pacey. My only qualms are - do ruthless gangsters really know when violence goes too far - and whilst I adored the end chapter (as I am a great whooz) was it right ending. Buy and enjoy, I am now going to explore what else the author has done.

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- Linda

Great narration - makes the book

I really do love listening to Steven Pacey - he really brings a book to life!

Bit far fetched in places but that didn't put me off - I still really enjoyed the story and will listen to more - I am enjoying the whole series.
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- Lucy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 13-02-2014
  • Publisher: Orion Publishing Group