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Gone (Unabridged)

by Mo Hayder

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November, and evening is closing in as DI Jack Caffery arrives to interview the victim of a stolen car. The man who's stolen the car has also taken an eleven year-old girl. And she's still missing. Sergeant Flea Marley has heard about the car-jacker. He's done it before, she tells Caffery. Twice. Only previously he's let the girls go. A day later the car is found. Inside, there's a letter: “It's started”. And Caffery knows that soon the jacker will choose another random car, the only important thing being the girl in the back seat. Caffery's a good and instinctive cop but this time the jacker seems to be ahead of him - every step of the way....

Customer Reviews

Intensely Intriguing

This is the best Mo Hayder audiobook yet. I listen to these in the car and I was itching to have to go anywhere so that I could get the next "fix".

I didn't have the same problem as a previous reviewer as the end was present on my download.

Enjoyed the book but....

I really enjoyed the story but I found the narrator really annoying so it took some of the edge of it for me. I have listened to many audiobooks and the best are those where you feel the narrator is telling you the story rather than just reading it to you & unfortunately for me this audiobook felt like the latter.


Can anyone tell me how this story ends because the recording finishes well before the final chapter which is very frustrating because it is a nailbiting listen!

Mo Hayder, Gone (Unabridged)
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  • Narrator: Andrew Wincott
  • Published: 2010

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