A daughter gone. A father hunting. Two lives at stake . . . From the CWA GOLD DAGGER AWARD-winning author of Capital Punishment.
A daughter gone. A father hunting. Two lives at stake. From the CWA GOLD DAGGER AWARD-winning author of CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.
YOU WILL NEVER FIND ME. When Charlie Boxer reads this note from his daughter in her empty room, the words only reinforce what he already knows: he's always got his priorities wrong. His ex-wife, DCI Mercy Danquah, and their daughter, Amy, have learned to live without him.
Boxer's work in high-stakes kidnap and recovery has taken him to places from which no man returns unscathed. And Amy has been around enough police business to plan the perfect disappearing act. But what Amy doesn't realise - and Boxer knows only too well - is how quickly a life can fall apart when you're living under the radar.
Charlie follows Amy's tracks from London to Madrid - but will the trail last long enough for him to face up to the true meaning of the sins of the fathers?
The London kidnapping is typically well researched and replete with strong characters, it can't compete with the more visceral allure of Boxer's search in Madrid for Amy and revenge - SUNDAY TIMES on You Will Never Find Me
Wilson is a master thriller writer and he proves it again with his new novel ... If you haven't read Robert Wilson before, the Charlie Boxer series is a great place to start - BITETHEBOOK.COM on You Will Never Find Me
[A] gripping thriller - THE SUN on You Will Never Find Me
Like most of Wilson's novels, this one occupies the shadow territory between the crime novel and the intelligent thriller ... it's dark and powerful stuff. And the ending has a kick like a horse - SPECTATOR on Capital Punishment
Fast-moving and breathlessly exciting, this is the first of a series to feature Charles Boxer from award-winning author Robert Wilson - IRISH INDEPENDENT on Capital Punishment
Robert Wilson has worked across the world, including spells shipbroking, tour-guiding and exporting bathrooms to Nigeria. After escaping car crashes, civil wars and angry baboons, he and his wife settled in Portugal. Since then, he's written 10 acclaimed crime novels including the CWA GOLD DAGGER AWARD winner, A SMALL DEATH IN LISBON.