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Publisher's Summary

What would you do if your child went missing?

Meet retired cop Sam Prichard.

Sam Prichard was a cop, and a good one, until bullets took out the joint of his right hip. Now he's trying to learn to live without being a cop, getting to know his neighbors, learning to walk again and even ride a motorcycle. Life is bearable, barely, but then he gets asked to find a missing child, and the lure of getting back into some kind of police work is too much for him to resist. When he teams up with computer whiz Indiana Perkins, he suddenly becomes one of the best investigators he's ever even known.

Now he's found the missing child, but it's thrown him right into the middle of something that may be a drug war - or could be a chance to stop the next 9/11! There's no way out for Sam, so he's in for the ride of his life, but when the girl he's becoming fond of is suddenly drawn into the line of fire with her own little daughter, Sam is ready to forget all the rules and do whatever is necessary to win the day.

©2015 David Archer (P)2015 David Archer

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The 1st book I've encountered by this author. Brilliant & Mind capturing story. Will definitely buy more of these books. I am a murder mystery junkie looking for good quality books which get to the point without a lot of padding. Pleasurable narration.
Has the perfect voices for all the characters. A definite asset to the book.
Is on my revisit list. The book has definitely become a friend.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-11-2016

Twisty Roads...

...is not the only thing with many twists and turns in this tale. Sometimes being on the right side can be very confusing. 🚨🚔🚕🚘

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  • 15-07-2016

Cliché isn't always bad.

The voice is very calm at all times, which lends itself to the suave spy genre, but detracts from any feeling of urgency or action.
God, this book is cliché. Luckily, there was enough intrigue to keep you guessing about who the bad guy was.
Recommended to fans of books with cool, damaged cops as the protagonist.

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  • steve
  • 06-02-2016

The next Jack Reacher???? Total nonesence

What disappointed you about The Grave Man?

All of it, if this written by an adult maybe he needs to read some Lee Child or Connelly this is dire solve a case with 3 phone calls and a google search.

Would you ever listen to anything by David Archer again?

no

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Mikael Naramore?

no one could make this work

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Grave Man?

it is all bad

Any additional comments?

please can i have the 4 hours of last night back and a proper grown up story

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