Diep In Bristol wordt met bruut geweld een auto gestolen een dief met een kerstmannenmasker slaat de bestuurster neer en scheurt hard weg Met haar vierjarige dochtertje op de achterbank Rechercheur Jack Ca

  • Title: Diep
  • Author: Mo Hayder Yolande Ligterink
  • ISBN: 9789024587988
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Bristol wordt met bruut geweld een auto gestolen een dief met een kerstmannenmasker slaat de bestuurster neer en scheurt hard weg Met haar vierjarige dochtertje op de achterbank.Rechercheur Jack Caffery maakt zich niet al te druk, het gebeurt zo vaak dat een autodief per ongeluk een kind ontvoert Het kind duikt altijd op, in tegenstelling tot de auto Maar dit kind dIn Bristol wordt met bruut geweld een auto gestolen een dief met een kerstmannenmasker slaat de bestuurster neer en scheurt hard weg Met haar vierjarige dochtertje op de achterbank.Rechercheur Jack Caffery maakt zich niet al te druk, het gebeurt zo vaak dat een autodief per ongeluk een kind ontvoert Het kind duikt altijd op, in tegenstelling tot de auto Maar dit kind duikt niet op Dus Jack speurt verder En ontdekt dat er zo meerdere meisjes zijn ontvoerdPolitieduiker Flea Marley heeft zo haar eigen geheimen diep onder de grond begraven Jack lijkt haar niet meer te vertrouwen Flea heeft zich nog nooit zo alleen gevoeld.

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  • Mo Hayder Yolande Ligterink

    Mo Hayder left school at fifteen She worked as a barmaid, security guard, film maker, hostess in a Tokyo club, educational administrator and teacher of English as a foreign language in Asia She has an MA in film from The American University in Washington DC and an MA in creative writing from Bath Spa University UK Mo lives in Bath with her daughter Lotte Genevieve.Series Jack Caffery


  • This is the fifth installment in the Jack Caffrey crime series and the focus is directed away from that of the previous three novels. This, unlike the others, feels like more of a standalone story and is only briefly linked to its predecessors. It is extremely plot-driven and feels more like a straight-up crime story rather than focusing on Caffrey's past and personal life as much as is experienced before. I feel this story called for a divorce from his personal life as the focus of the crimes b [...]

  • Dual review with Swedish first and then English!SWEDISH REVIEWOm det är något Mo Hayder kan så är det att skriva böcker som går under skinnet på en. Precis som Dennis Lehane så vågar hon ta ut svängarna och det är med isande fasa man läser varje sida. Försvunnen är inget undantag. Att läsa om kidnappade barn är hemskt och man vet inte om Jack Caffery kommer att lyckas rädda situationen. Caffery är en lysande polis, men i denna bok så verkar det som om kidnapparen kan förutse [...]

  • Easily the best of Mo Hayder's Jack Caffery thriller/police procedural series (at least through books #1-5), Gone (the fifth installment) simultaneously amps up the creep-out factor while dialing back the gore a few notches. Ms. Hayder's end-product is is truly an unputdownable nail-biter that has cemented my opinion of her craft.A huge caveat to the Hayder-uninitiated: this series must be read in order for maximum enjoyment. There are a few evolving back stories (involving Inspector Jack Caffer [...]

  • Yesterday, I was almost finished with Gone, you know at the point where everything is coming to a head and wrapping up. I was so bummed that I had to go to work. Now, I’m really a good employee, rarely sick and hardly ever take time off, but boy was I tempted to call in, stay home and finish this edge of your seat thriller. Reason won out and I convinced myself that when I got home at nine, I could finish Gone and that anticipation would just make it better. I suppose I could have brought it t [...]

  • What is it about crime writers that they just do not seem to be able to keep me the reader entertained for the complete read??? I have read all Mo Hayder's books and even enjoyed the stand alone's ie Pig Islandbut here in this read we have a real dilemma:(( The first 300 pages is enjoyable and the plot/storyline is a little differentd our two heroes Caffery and Flea are once again on the case. I particularly enjoy "The Walking Man" which in essence is a "sounding board" for Caffery, a man who li [...]

  • One Friday evening, close to Christmas, when my son was a few months old, I pushed his buggy back to the car park on the edge of town where I’d parked hours earlier. We were completely alone, no one in sight, no residential houses, just empty office blocks, fields and a churchyard. It struck me, in that moment, how utterly vulnerable women with young children are. Had I been attacked, I would have been helpless, unable to run and leave my son behind, incapable of fighting back and risking him [...]

  • Man, I really love Mo Hayder for Birdman and The Treatment. Since then, it's been a bit of a struggle to continue the relationship.It was almost over for me with Ritual. She had introduced a new character, Flea, who I couldn't give a toss over because I had resented her taking the storyline away from Cafferty's personal story.Then Poppet came out to wide appeal.So I'm two books behind Poppet and remembering the first two books, andwell I can't ignore what we had and I should really give her anot [...]

  • he watches. he waits. he takes what isn't his jack cafferty is called to interview a victim of a car jacking - her daughter is in the back seat this is linked to a previous case and then the jacker starts to communicate with the police. he is always one step ahead and cafferty is certain it will not be long before he strikes again who is he and why is he choosing these targets? most important of all, can he find the missing children before it is too late once again flea is involved - very deepl [...]

  • Das ist mein 2tes (?) Buch von Mo Hayder und ich bin irritiert, denn das andere fand ich richtig gut. War dieses jetzt hier einfach n seltener Griff ins Klo oder das erste n seltener Glückstreffer?

  • How did I not know about this author before? Very dark, similar to Stephen Booth's Cooper & Fry series (although Jack Cafferty nothing like Ben Cooper). There's an odd carjacking: a man in a Santa mask performs a seemingly opportunistic jacking, not realizing that there's a little girl in the back of the car. In these cases, the child is usually returned (well, released) rather quickly except this doesn't seem to be "these cases" and Martha hasn't been released quickly. Cafferty and team sta [...]

  • Gone by Mo Hayder is so good I read it practically at one sitting. I kept thinking, "I need to savor this because I might not find another book I enjoy as much." But, I just kept reading until I finished. She is the author of six other books and I will definitely be checking them out. Okay, now for the review. The protagonist is Inspector Jack Caffery Of Bristol's Crime Investigation Unit. The plot begins with Jack looking at video of a carjacking. A man wearing a rubber Santa Claus mask rushed [...]

  • GONE. (2010). Mo Hayder. ****. This is the first of Ms. Hayder’s books I’ve read, and I was impressed. She writes a good thriller/police procedural with almost pitch-perfect pacing. I admit that I identified the killer early on, since the author left you almost no alternatives when spinning out her narrative, but that was OK. The story follows detective Jack Caffery and policewoman Flea Marley on their investigation of a carjacker who manages to lead them on a mery chase. What makes the carj [...]

  • Mo Hayder has been writing for ten years and it shows. Her latest book “Gone”, her eighth and fifth to feature Bristol Detective Inspector Jack Caffrey, is a rollercoaster of a whodunit. Frightening at times the narrative exudes a thrilling quality that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final pages.Set in the West Country Jack Caffrey, lead detective in the MCIU, (Major Crime Investigation Unit) is called in to investigate a seemingly random carjacking. However it soon becomes [...]

  • This is, as promised, a nail-biter of a thriller. As it raced to its conclusion, I couldn't help reading into the wee hours, heart pounding. So why only 3 stars? Well, the characters, while solid enough, are mostly predictable and the key female investigator, Flea, does a quite predictable, quite risky stupid thing. She is also up to her neck in a very serious cover-up. Apparently this is supposed to make her "human" to the reader. For me, it makes her, despite her skill, a completely crooked, s [...]

  • I don't know. Maybe I read too many mysteries. (BLASPHEMY!) But I couldn't quite finish this one. A little over 100 pages to go and I just chucked it. What's the problem? 1) No humor. NONE. Just tortured, flawed people which is FINE. It's a staple of the genre. I get it. But MAN it gets old after a while. And you can be dark and still allow us a few light moments. Pacing! 2) All the descriptions of Flea puttering around boats and underground caverns and blah blah. I get that as a scene these pla [...]

  • Reading this book was at times a trial for me. I've not been sleeping well, and would find myself falling asleep during this book. I'd wake up a few minutes later, look back at what I'd read, continue on, and fall asleep again. In the middle of the morning, and in the middle of the afternoon. I was just too tired to pay attention to all the details. It's not entirely my fault, though. About the book, I mean. There were times I thought the book could have been shortened a little. All the time spe [...]

  • Usually when I figure out the bad guy too early on in a book, it annoys me, and I rarely enjoy the rest of the novel. This time, there were so many twists and turns that I started to doubt myself, and when all was revealed, I had a very satisfying "AHA! I told you so!" moment, made all the better for having had that doubt throughout the book.This was my first Mo Hayder book, but I can promise you, it will not be my last. The characters were so very real to me; it felt like I could almost sit dow [...]

  • I suspected who the culprit was early on but still could not put it down from the moment I started. Keeps you on your toes with all the many twists and turns.

  • A decent thriller, with a twist with about 20% left, leading to a thrilling finish. Many references to the previous book in the series, which I read quite some time ago.

  • Bom mas nao tao bom como os outros 2 livros anteriores desta triologia.Valeu pelo final carregado de emocoes, apesar de se perceber bem cedo quem seria o culpado.

  • Gone is the fifth in the Jack Caffery series and is about missing children. They have been abducted by an unknown person whose motives are far from obvious. Tracking him down becomes an obsession for Jack and he pursues it with his usual determination.My wife is a Mo Hayder fan and she challenged me to read the book. She knows I get irritated when novelists write about subjects they don't understand and get the facts wrong.Gone has some dramatic underground/underwater scenes. I used to work in t [...]

  • Gone is such a complex book to review.Let me start by saying it is my favourite in the Jack Caffery series. Mo Hayder usually goes for the unique ideas when it comes to the criminal aspect of her novels, but with this one she takes something that has been done before. However, with Mo Hayder behind the wheel things are a million times creepier than when written by other authors. I adore where she went with this, how she went around the idea. It truly is a brilliant novel in that respect.The prob [...]

  • I'd probably have given this a 3.5 star if the option was there. I did enjoy the book in general, but there were just a few niggles for me.Firstly, I thought it went on just a little bit too long. By the time we knew who the kidnapper was, I felt it took a while to wrap up, and it seemed to carry on when the emotional climax had passed some time previously. Aside that, my main quibble was that I thought some of the plot points hung on the ineptitude of the police force. I'm sure in real life thi [...]

  • So here I am, still reading the Jack Caffery series. Even though I know the chances of not fully enjoying these books are high.Still, and surprisingly enough, I managed to enjoy this book. Well, at least I enjoy it more than the previous two.In this fifth instalment of the series carjacking and little girls kidnappings take place, and, I must be honest, it was a rather breath-taking story. Quite gripping and I didn't see who the perpetrator was. I gave it a little thought but dismissed the idea [...]

  • How do I love Mo Hayder? Let me count the waysNo, I don't have anywhere near enough time to count the ways but I've read this one three times, now. I keep trying to read other things on my shelf and keep finding myself picking this one up again, getting hooked and racing through the whole thing. I rarely read series but I love her DI Jack Caffery, and this case is a real nail-biter (but not as agonizing as her brilliant but nearly unbearably horrific THE TREATMENT). There's one trope in it that [...]

  • Brilliant, sharp, with wonderfully drawn characters. I LOVE UK thrillers--they take something that is sensationalistic and run with it, but then twist and turn and shape it until you're left saying "oh. OH!" I also love that the main character, Jack Caffery (who has apparently been in other books by Hayder), didn't feel like a "And this is the hero and here is his backstory and now he will save the day by doing a, b, and then c"--I had no idea he was in other books by Hayder till I looked up wha [...]

  • I thoroughly enjoyed The Treatment but this one was a real slow starter that just couldn't keep my attention. It isn't until almost halfway through before the action finally picks up and had me riveted to the pages. Like other readers, I figured out who the bad guy was early on. The mystery to me was why which is why I kept reading until all the secrets were revealed. Once again, the British slang/idioms were very distracting and I think part of my issue with this book was that I had trouble fig [...]

  • I like to think I'm well read when it comes to British novels of mystery and suspense, but Gone by Mo Hayder has me realizing I've still got a lot more to go. This is my first book by Ms. Hayder and what a fantastic story. I have really been missing out on this series and her writings. For me, this is one of those books where late at night I would say to myself "just one more quick chapter before I put this down for the night". Quite a page-turner. Yes, as someone else reviewed, I knew "who did [...]

  • Genre: thrillerRating: 4.5I listened to this book.Kept me on the edge of my seat! Onto the next in the seriesSteven Crossley does a good job narrating

  • Detective Jack Caffery’s newest case seems like a routine carjacking, a crime he’s seen plenty of times before until he realizes the sickening truth: the thief wasn’t after the car, but the 11-year-old girl in the backseat. Meanwhile police diver Sergeant Flea Marley is pursuing her own theory of the case, and what she finds in an abandoned, half-submerged tunnel could put her in grave danger. The carjacker is always a step ahead of the Major Crime Investigation Unit, and as the chances fo [...]

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