The Dead and the Missing by A. D. Davies

The Dead and the Missing

By A. D. Davies

  • Release Date: 2015-05-14
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 51 Ratings
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A brutal international underworld. A kidnapped girl. A PI determined to burn it all.

When Adam Park’s former mentor recruits him to locate a vulnerable loved one, he learns very quickly that the girl is either the victim of an ex-con’s manipulation or the brains behind the robbery of a major criminal enterprise. Whatever the truth may be, she is in mortal danger.

Tracking the pair from the UK to Paris, then Paris to Asia, Adam delves into the murky and violent world of human trafficking and extortion, where he must draw upon the darkest corners of his psyche to survive.

But these are facets of himself he has long denied exist. Bubbling just beneath the surface, Adam has kept his anger and violence caged all his life. Because he’s a good person.

Isn’t he?

The Dead and the Missing is the first Adam Park novel, a journey that launches a PI from the relative safety of the corporate world to the hard-boiled existence required to get the job done. At any cost to his soul.

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Review from Readers' Favourite:

The Dead and the Missing is loaded with twists and turns and excitement, and had me holding my breath in fear several times, never being one hundred percent sure of how it would end. A.D. Davies is a very talented author.


  • Page turner...

    By SamplattenGY
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will be reading more about Adam Parks adventures. Comprising of plenty of twists without confusion, brutality without revulsion, but endless fear and anticipation this book has you hooked from page 1. Loved it.
  • Dead & the Missing

    By Fozdike
    Jumps the shark halfway through but still keeps you interested, also nice surprise to see a thriller set in my hometown.
  • The dead and the missing

    By Griffo959
    Terrific read throughout. Didn't want it to end
  • Enjoyable yarn?

    By Grumpy o a p
    A novel about an Englishman, written in the first person - so why the American spelling, grammar and syntax for goodness sake! Rather spoiled what should have been, with its pacey plot, colourful characters and interesting locations, an enjoyable yarn but which turned out to be something of a disappointment. If that and graphic violence don't perturb you the book is worth a read.