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free download Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ã Mo Hayder Mo Hayder ã 8 characters Gone by Mo Hayder summary Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ??When the car from the carjacking turns up the mud in its tires is mixed with certain metals that suggest it was at a garage or factory a needle in a haystack but that Flea remembers a factory site her team had searched that matches the specs perfectly They find tire tracks and footprints and know they are in the right place but the carjacker has scored through his footprints with something sharp outwitting forensics and has deliberately made many different sets of prints leading in all directions into the woods so they won’t know where to searchFlea realizes belatedly that a piece of nylon rope at the site could easily be a mooring rope and returns to find that just outside the area they’d searched was a disused canal She gets Caffery and her team out to search it finding barge mooring spikes that match the footprints’ score marks The canal runs partly through an unstable underground tunnel which is already partly collapsed and threatens to cave in further when a train passes by Flea puts herself and her number two man at risk to break through a rockfall searching the tunnel but comes up empty She and Paul Prody a detective on Caffery’s team both get reamed out for wasting time and money and end up bonding at a pub Coincidentally Prody was the traffic cop. What is it about crime writers that they just do not seem to be able to keep me the reader entertained for the complete read I have read all Mo Hayder s books and even enjoyed the stand alone s ie Pig Islandbut here in this read we have a real dilemma The first 300 pages is enjoyable and the plotstoryline is a little differentand our two heroes Caffery and Flea are once again on the case I particularly enjoy The Walking Man which in essence is a sounding board for Caffery a man who lives by his wits under the skys and although he and Caffery share a relatedsad past for the most part The Walking Man is a way for Caffery to take stock and introduces a nice touch for the readerwe should all have a walking man to bounce our ideas off Living in Bristol I enjoy the setting for this series with the mystical surroundings of Somerset playing a major parthowever this all falls apart if the story becomes somewhat pedestrian and predictable Someone is kidnapping young childrenwhywhen it becomes known the answer is somewhat bizarrewho is doing thissomeone with insider informationany amateur readerdetective will soon have worked the solution out by page 300and then there is the uestion of Flea What exactly is her role in this story she is a police diver by tradeand well does what she is best atehdivingwhynot sure She s gets into a little trouble and blow me down the killer tracks her downwill our hero Caffery rescue in time Of course he will this is a series and so we plod along for some 200 pageskiller diesFlea liveswhat a surprise Dear author please try not to bore us the reader this book was too long by some 200 pages fine if the story merits it but if not it is a real struggle to finishbut finish I did I started off giving this latest Hayder book 5 starsbut it became so utterly predictable by the final page I was tempted to award one starhowever on reflection and given that I have great respect for the author I decided to award two starsbut come on Miss Hayder if there is no further life in this series and the storylines become even boring and bizarreperhaps it is time for Caffery and Flea to do themselves a favour and both retire

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free download Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ã Mo Hayder Mo Hayder ã 8 characters Gone by Mo Hayder summary Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Who’d breathalyzed her six months earlier when she pretended to have been driving the car that killed Misty Kitson Flea confesses to him finally that her brother was drivingAnother girl goes missing in a carjacking and is returned a few hours later No one can figure out why the carjacker knows where the traffic cameras are but he and the stolen cars are never caught on film The first girl’s baby tooth is slipped into an apple pie made for the distraught parents by a neighbor The family of the second girl is moved to a safe house but a taunting note at the new location reuires them to be moved again A tracking device on their car explains how the jacker knew where they were problem is the car was never out of police custody so it must be someone with police access Suspicion centers on a handyman who got the job with a stolen identity and murdered a girl when he was a teenager Prody’s office was recently painted and the handwriting of a “wet paint” note on his desk matches the carjacker’s taunting letters In disgrace Prody is sent to break the news to the family of the second girlA storage unit rented by the handyman for the last 11 years connects to a secret passage that contains the body of the girl he murdered years ago and Caffery believes it connects. Gone by Mo Hayder is so good I read it practically at one sitting I kept thinking I need to savor this because I might not find another book I enjoy as much But I just kept reading until I finished She is the author of six other books and I will definitely be checking them out Okay now for the review The protagonist is Inspector Jack Caffery Of Bristol s Crime Investigation Unit The plot begins with Jack looking at video of a carjacking A man wearing a rubber Santa Claus mask rushed to a woman as she placed packages in the boot of her car slammed into her climbed into the driver s seat of her car and sped off with the blur of a small girl s head in the back seat Jack assured the parents that two other girls had been taken in similar circumstances and released later unharmed This is the beginning of a well thought out brilliant mystery that doesn t let up until the final pages Jack works with a lady diver named Flea Marley and a detective named Prody who transferred in from Traffic When the eleven year old Martha doesn t return and another child is abducted Jack knowsthey are probably searching for a pedophile The plot takes twists and turns never letting up on the adrenalin as the families are tortured almost beyond belief Hayder is especially adept at describing the two mothers feelings of helplessness The setting switches to a tunnel under the Cotswold where Flea rationalizes the girls might be hidden Her exploits ratchets up the suspense while Jack keeps looking for a commonality connecting the two families The ending is unexpected and highly explosive I m looking for the next Mo Hayder thriller

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free download Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ã Mo Hayder Mo Hayder ã 8 characters Gone by Mo Hayder summary Ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Jack Caffery and Flea Marley continue to share the spotlight with their partnership developing into a sort of Lincoln RhymeAmelia Sachs relationship with sexual tension and as often as not working at cross purposes It picks up six months after the conclusion of Skin with Flea’s team in departmental crosshairs their bonuses at risk and her leadership in uestion She is still covering up the death of Misty Kitson for her brother Caffery witnessed her disposing of the body and is keeping his distance and this backstory is filled in as you go alongThe main plot is about child abduction a carjacker wearing a Santa Claus mask who steals the car of a vicar’s wife with her 11 year old daughter in the backseat from a parking lot Caffery is called in to investigate and is confident the car was the target and the girl will be returned until Flea reminds him of two other open cases with similar MO both with young girls in the cars Then creepy taunting letters start arriving presumably from the perpetrator Caffery consults with the Walking Man the eccentric homeless billionaire whose daughter was abducted and murdered with whom Caffery has a special bond because his brother suffered the same fate who warns him that “this one is cleverer than anyone you’ve ever dealt with?. Yesterday I was almost finished with Gone you know at the point where everything is coming to a head and wrapping up I was so bummed that I had to go to work Now I m really a good employee rarely sick and hardly ever take time off but boy was I tempted to call in stay home and finish this edge of your seat thriller Reason won out and I convinced myself that when I got home at nine I could finish Gone and that anticipation would just make it better I suppose I could have brought it to work with me but for those of you who think working in a library is great because all we do is read I hate to burst your bubble but I rarely get a chance to read at work Yesterday would have been impossibleI arrived home a bit after nine uickly chatted with my husband no nothing new anything with you fine dear talk later And then I hopped into my chair put my feet up and raced to the finishIf you ve been bored with a certain thriller writer not mentioning any names then pick up Gone by Mo Hayder This is the fifth to feature Detective Jack Caffrey I don t feel deprived that I haven t read the first in the series This was a very satisfying read on it s own but I wouldn t hesitate going back to read the rest Hayder can join the men in her capacity for gritty storytelling Where Hayder stands out is her descriptions of the psychology of evil and the writing of some great dialogue But there s a softer side too a nice blend of punch you in the gut action and when you think you can t take any Hayder will give you a bit of a reprieve from harsh reality All might not be as bad as it seemsGone is about a jacker a despicable guy a man who comes out of nowhere knocks you to ground calls you some awful names jumps in your car and speeds off You d lick your wounds and all would be ok only your child happens to be in the car Imagine the terror This is not a one time incident and as no bodies have been found no ransoms sought it s up to Caffrey and his team to figure out this guy s motivation Not a small order for a flawed group of police with hearts in the right placeSuspenseful fast paced with graphic violence that s not gratuitous put this on your list Be certain you don t get caught having to go to work towards the end as I can t be responsible for your actionsless


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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder This is the fifth installment in the Jack Caffrey crime series and the focus is directed away from that of the previous three novels This unlike the others feels like of a standalone story and is only briefly linked to its predecessors It is extremely plot driven and feels like a straight up crime story rather than focusing on Caffrey's past and personal life as much as is experienced before I feel this story called fo

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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder Easily the best of Mo Hayder's Jack Caffery thrillerpolice procedural series at least through books #1 5 Gone the fifth installment simultaneously amps up the creep out factor while dialing back the gore a few notches Ms Hayder's end product is is truly an unputdownable nail biter that has cemented my opinion of her craftA huge caveat to the Hayder uninitiated this series must be read in order for maximum enjoyment There are a f

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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder Yesterday I was almost finished with Gone you know at the point where everything is coming to a head and wrapping up I was so bummed that I had to go to work Now I’m really a good employee rarely sick and hardly ever take time off but boy was I tempted to call in stay home and finish this edge of your seat thriller Reason won out and I c

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    free download Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ã Mo Hayder (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder Mo Hayder ã 8 characters What is it about crime writers that they just do not seem to be able to keep me the reader entertained for the complete read??? I have read all Mo Hayder's books and even enjoyed the stand alone's ie Pig Islandbut here in this read

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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder free download Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ã Mo Hayder Mo Hayder ã 8 characters One Friday evening close to Christmas when my son was a few months old I pushed his buggy back to the car park on the edge of town where I’d parked hours earlier We were completely alone no one in sight no residential houses just empty offi

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    free download Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ã Mo Hayder Mo Hayder ã 8 characters (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder Man I really love Mo Hayder for Birdman and The Treatment Since then it's been a bit of a struggle to continue th

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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder he watches he waits he takes what isn't his jack cafferty is called to interview a victim of a car jacking her daughter is in the back seat this is linked to a previous case and then the jacker starts to communicate with the police he is always one step ahead and cafferty is certain it will not be long before he strikes a

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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder Gone by Mo Hayder is so good I read it practically at one sitting I kept thinking I need to savor this because I might not find another book I enjoy as much But I just kept reading until I finished She is the author of six other books and I will definitely be checking them out Okay now for the review The protagonist is Inspector Jack Caffery Of Bristol's Crime Investigation Unit The plot begins with Jack looking at vide

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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder How did I not know about this author before? Very dark similar to Stephen Booth's Cooper Fry series although Jack Cafferty nothing like Ben Cooper There's an odd carjacking a man in a Santa mask performs a seemingly opportunistic jacking not realizing that there's a little girl in the back of the car In these cases the child is usually returned well released rather uickly except this doesn't seem to be these cases and Martha hasn

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    (Gone by Mo Hayder) EBOOK/PDF Ë Mo Hayder This is as promised a nail biter of a thriller As it raced to its conclusion I couldn't help reading into the wee hours heart pounding So why only 3 stars? Well the characters while solid enough are mostly predictable and the key female investigator Flea does a uite predictable uite risky stupid thing She is also up to her neck in a very seri

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