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They Disappeared

Jackman & Evans, Book 7
Auteur(s): Joy Ellis
Narrateur(s): Richard Armitage
Durée: 10 h et 14 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (57 évaluations)

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A gripping crime thriller full of stunning twists and turns.

When DI Rowan Jackman and DS Evans are told that the IT boss has disappeared, they soon suspect foul play. Orla Cracken, known as Orac, is no ordinary techie; she was once a field agent traveling abroad undercover, working for the government.

Meanwhile DC Robbie Melton discovers that two people, both urban explorers, have mysteriously disappeared whilst out exploring abandoned buildings. One went missing at a disused airfield, but was it a military base, or was it civilian?

The gruesome discovery of their decaying bodies found hanging in ancient church ruins bursts the case wide open, and Jackman and Evans are under pressure to find the killer. With Orac safely back in the picture following a secret journey to Ireland to try and find her long-lost sister who went missing as a child, the hunt is now on to find the killer before he hangs his next victim.

It soon becomes clear that the killer is targeting urban explorers, but why is he determined to track down and torture these innocent people, and how is the case connected to Orac’s mysterious past, still shrouded in secrecy? 

The latest gritty crime thriller by Joy Ellis, set in the Lincolnshire Fens, will keep you guessing – and your pulse racing – until the very end.

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Learning more about our wonderful characters!

This novel gave us some history and backstory for one of our regular supporting characters, while bringing in more of the people we’ve met in other books wrapped around a devious murderer. First rate again!

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Just Ok

This was my least favourite in the series because the story line felt a little weak and I was less invested in the characters this time, it felt like a watered down version of what the other books in the series are to me. It almost seemed like there were too many characters so we scratched the surface of many but didn’t learn enough about each to get pulled into the story. I adore Joy Ellis and while it was not my favourite, it was still enjoyable.

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  • Wayne
  • 2020-08-09

DI Rowan Jackman and DS Marie Evans Book 7

THEY DISAPPEARED is another great Jackman & Evans modern detective thriller. An it yet another novel about the popular topic in Great Britain of Urban Explorers. This novel has two threads the first of which is a member of Jackman's team named Orac who goes missing and the other is the multiple gruesome murders of urban explorers At the end the two threads merge to become one. Actor Richard Armitage narrates wonderfully well.

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  • Barbara
  • 2020-08-01

Another Great Jackman & Evans Story

Joy Ellis has weaved yet another great Jackman and Evans story. Urban Explorers are disappearing and no one seems to care. One of the team knows something isn't right and after a little digging, finds there is something to worry about.

In the meantime Orac also vanishes and puts the entire team on high alert. At first these two events don't seem connected, but as the story moves forward, you find they are.

It was wonderful to get a better picture of Orac, who is fast becoming one of my favorite characters, besides Jackman and Evans, of course.

It was a well written story, with a twist I didn't see coming. Richard Armitage has such a wonderful repertoire of voices in these books, it's a wonder how he keeps them separate. He was exceptional, as usual.

Now that Joy Ellis has opened up a couple new storylines, I can't wait to see what happens next with this wonderful team.

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  • alma
  • 2020-08-02

The Pain Will Disappear

Another good story by Joy Ellis. She interweaves the human condition so well with the major crime. This story gives a deeper look into one of the main characters, and how the crime in focus reflects an event in her past. The update on the main characters is like reading a letter from a family member. The insight to two characters heart breaks and the prospect of moving forward in life is an added bonus. Hope future books expand on these characters and mainly that between Jackman & Evans. Richard Armitage voices are always amazing.

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  • Carolyn Nowlin
  • 2020-09-16

Excellent

Another compelling mystery. Richard Armitage is the best narrator on the planet. I've listened to all his narrated books!

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  • Sarah St
  • 2020-09-15

excellent addition

I really enjoyed this addition to the series. it was humours, the character development was interesting and the narration brought life to the book.

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  • BCS
  • 2020-09-11

Not as well written as previous books in this seri

Have listened to all of this series. Armitage is great as usual, not the book.

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  • Mary Anne Milley
  • 2020-09-07

Ending disappointing

Excellent story but the ending made no sense. It was like a random person was plucked out of the air to be the bad guy. Very disappointing 🙁

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  • Morganakrt
  • 2020-09-05

Pretty suspenseful!

Love the narrator! Very good story. I'm a big Joy Ellis fan. I recommend this!

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  • Larry
  • 2020-09-03

Any Plausible Story Line Also Disappeared

This is perhaps one of the most contrived plots I have ever read. It starts off with a great premise but grows increasingly more ridiculous. The clues are far from subtle and disbelief needs to be suspended. In most police dramas the cops do not believe in coincidences, but this whole book is based on coincidences the cops swallow whole and never really question until the end.

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  • M. Moore
  • 2020-08-25

Good read

Narrator is top notch. The story is good but not riveting but I still enjoyed it.