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The first three thrillers in the stunning David Raker series - for the first time in one unique bundleChasing the DeadOne year ago, Alex Townes body was found.One month ago, his mother saw him on the street.One week ago, David RakerMoreThe first three thrillers in the stunning David Raker series - for the first time in one unique bundleChasing the DeadOne year ago, Alex Townes body was found.One month ago, his mother saw him on the street.One week ago, David Raker agreed to look for him.Hell wish he hadnt.Mary Townes son, Alex, went missing six years ago. Five years later he finally turned up - as a corpse in a car wreck. Missing persons investigator David Raker doesnt want the work: its clearly a sad but hopeless case of mistaken identity brought to him by a woman unable to let go of her son. But haunted by a loss of his own, Raker reluctantly agrees.The Dead TracksSeventeen-year-old Megan Carver was an unlikely runaway. A straight-A student from a happy home, she studied hard and rarely got into trouble. Six months on, shes never been found. David Raker knows what its like to grieve. He knows the shadowy world of the lost too. So, when hes hired by Megans parents to find out what happened, he recognizes their pain - but knows that the darkest secrets can be buried deep. And Megans secrets could cost him his life.VanishedFor millions of Londoners, the morning of 17 December is just like any other. But not for Sam Wren. An hour after leaving home, he gets onto a tube train - and never gets off again. No eyewitnesses. No trace of him on security cameras. Six months later, hes still missing. Out of options and desperate for answers, Sams wife Julia hires David Raker to track him down. Raker has made a career out of finding the lost. He knows how they think. And, in missing person cases, the only certainty is that everyone has something to hide.But in this case the secrets go deeper than anyone imagined . . .Tim Weaver is the author of four David Raker novels: Chasing the Dead and The Dead Tracks were followed by Vanished and the most recent Never Coming Back.Weavers books get better each time - tense, complex . . . written with flair as well as care GuardianWeaver has delivered another cracking crime thriller Daily MailTim Weaver was born in 1977. At eighteen, he left school and started working in magazine journalism, and has since gone on to develop a successful career writing about films, TV, sport, games and technology. He is married with a young daughter, and lives near Bath.