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The Unquiet (Charlie Parker, Bk 7)
The Unquiet - Charlie Parker, Bk 7
Author: John Connolly
Daniel Clay, a once-respected psychiatrist, has gone missing. His daughter insists that he killed himself after allegations surfaced surrounding the harm done to patients in his care. Now a killer obsessed with finding the truth about his own daughter's disappearance is seeking revenge - and Charlie Parker finds himself trapped between those who...  more
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ISBN-13: 9781416531388
ISBN-10: 1416531386
Publication Date: 4/2008
Pages: 515
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3.6 stars, based on 100 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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In this scary, cerebral thriller from bestseller Connolly, his fifth to feature world-weary Maine PI Charlie Parker (after 2005's The Black Angel), Parker is haunted by the ghosts of his wife and daughter, who died under mysterious circumstances that left him guilt-ridden. Parker is drawn again into the darkest recesses of human nature when a new client, Rebecca Clay, retains him to protect her against a menacing stalker, Frank Merrick, who believes Rebecca knows the whereabouts of her father, Daniel, a child psychiatrist who vanished years before. Merrick suspects Daniel knows the truth about the fate of his own young daughter, whom Daniel treated and who disappeared without a trace while Merrick was incarcerated. Connolly is a master of suggestion, creating mood and suspense with ease, and unflinchingly presents a hard-eyed look at the horrors that can lurk in quiet, rustic settings.
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The group is back; Charlie Parker and Angel and Louis. They are tracking child molesters of the worst kind. These people are organized and dangerous. Charlie is fighting ghosts of his past and runs into his old nemisis The Collector which is very scary.

Great story. Loved all of the guys back together again.

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When Charlie Parker, private detective, is hired to find a missing child psychiatrist, he delves into a sordid world, where members of faction do unspeakable things to little innocents. While this book has a stomach-turning plot, it's a good reminder to us all that we must be ever vigilant where our children are concerned.
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a bit slow for the first couple chapters,but got much better.
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I love his books. He is one of the very best writers - and certainly the best mystery-writer that I have ever read! His words - even at their most grotesque and haunting - remain lyrically beautiful. His characters are so fleshed out that it is amazing that they are not actually alive. And his plots are finely woven webs that link everything together in the end. This installment, revolving around a mysterious ring of child abusers, was very well done. And with the rather surprising turn of events at the end, I am very curious to see where the next book will go.

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