3 edition of Raker, No. 2 found in the catalog.
Raker, No. 2
by Pinnacle Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
"Vanished" is Tim's third David Raker novel, which follow his highly acclaimed debut "Chasing the Dead" and its sequel, "The Dead Tracks". Tortured by his wife's early death, David Raker is one of the most charismatic, sensitive and unique missing persons investigators in current crime fiction/5(30). No One Home is a brilliant book in the fabulous David Raker starts with a whole village disappearing on Halloween and every page is so are two stories running through the book Raker's 5/5(10).
One of the most notable works by Tim Weaver is the David Raker missing persons series. This is one of the few series which can be read in any order without losing track of the developing story. There is an aspect of looking for somebody who has vanished in each story. In Chasing The Dead for example, the search for Alex is on. In The Dead. In I discovered and read 'The Dead Tracks' The Dead Tracks: David Raker Novel #2 No.2 in the series and followed that up with 'Vanished' Vanished: David Raker Novel #3 No. 3 in the series. In comparison to this book they are toned down a bit, not quite so gorey, but no less readable and gripping/5().
RAKER follows an incident one evening when Dr. Norman Stravinsky sends his RAKER android out to deliver a sensitive file to a colleague. On its way back home the RAKER encounters a crime in progress. The android must decide whether to ignore the crime and return to its primary duties as Stravinsky’s bodyguard, or act to prevent the crime from /4(64). The Raker's are pretty all-consuming to write: they're quite complex in terms of the amount of ball-juggling I'm doing, it takes months and months for my tiny brain to figure out what goes where, and by the time I'm done with one, the very last thing I want to do is go straight into writing another, new book. I want a few weeks off, to think.
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In I discovered and read 'The Dead Tracks' The Dead Tracks: David Raker Novel #2 No.2 in the series and followed that up with 'Vanished' Vanished: David Raker Novel #3 No. 3 in the series.
In comparison to this No. 2 book they are toned down a bit, not quite so gorey, but no less /5(). No One Home is the tenth book in the David Raker series, and Ill be the first to hold my Raker up and say Ive only read book one.
BUT that in no way stopped me from following the story or picking up on Rakers backstory, it actually made me eager to read the previous books in the series because I /5. The David Raker Collection Books book.
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“Raker” was easily the worst book I’ve ever read to completion. We read a lot of cheesy, bad books at Paperback Warrior, but I can’t recall one as joyless as this piece of literary excrement. There was a sequel published - also in - called “Raker #2: Tijuana Traffic.”.
This is free download The Dead Tracks (David Raker, #2) by Tim Weaver complete book soft copy. Related Books. Chasing the Dead: A David Raker Mystery; You Were Gone (David Raker, #9) What Remains (David Raker, #6) No One Home (David Raker #10) Vanished (David Raker, #3) Broken Heart (David Raker, #7).
RAKER follows an incident one evening when Dr. Norman Stravinsky sends his RAKER android out to deliver a sensitive file to a colleague.
On its way back home the RAKER encounters a crime in progress. The android must decide whether to ignore the crime and return to its primary duties as Stravinsky’s bodyguard, or act to prevent the crime from /4(66). When the police turn up no leads, Emily turns to her former boyfriend David Raker, a missing persons investigator, to track the family down.
As Raker pursues the case, he discovers evidence of a sinister cover-up, decades in the making and with a long trail of bodies behind it. Missing persons investigator David Raker’s race to find a man who disappeared during his morning commute—book three of Tim Weaver’s international bestselling mystery series For millions of Londoners, the morning of December 17 is just like any other.
Raker is a former journalist, who gave up his career in newspapers to care for his wife after she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. The book begins twelve months after her death, and centres on the mysterious reappearance of a man thought to have died in a car crash.
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Tim Weaver is the international bestselling author of a series of mysteries featuring private investigator David Raker. He made his American debut with Never Coming Back, which was selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club and nominated for a National Book Award in the UK, and in he was longlisted for the prestigious Dagger in the Library Award from the Crime Writers' Association.5/5(1).I almost gave up reading this book about about after about 75 pages, but kept going, figuring I spent the money and it had good reviews, so I kept reading.
Then, it started to get very good and at the end I couldn't believe anyone but the character David Raker would keep pursuing nine people who disappeared 2 1/2 years previously/5().Book review of The Unsteady Object of Hope by Robert Raker - Several children are discovered murdered.
The savage crimes have lasting effects on the lives of eight unique individuals: a scuba instructor, a disfigured cellist, an undercover federal agent, a model, a painter, a documentary filmmaker, an art teacher, and a ballerina.
Connected through tragedy and circumstance, these individuals.