The Unquiet: A Thriller
NEW YORK TIMES AND INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING AUTHOR JOHN CONNOLLY DELIVERS A RIVETING THRILLER FEATURING PRIVATE DETECTIVE CHARLIE PARKER -- WHO NOW MUST UNRAVEL A TWISTED STORY OF BETRAYAL, UNCLEAN DESIRES, AND MURDER. Daniel Clay, a once-respected psychiatrist, has gone missing. His... show more
NEW YORK TIMES AND INTERNATIONALLY BESTSELLING AUTHOR JOHN CONNOLLY DELIVERS A RIVETING THRILLER FEATURING PRIVATE DETECTIVE CHARLIE PARKER -- WHO NOW MUST UNRAVEL A TWISTED STORY OF BETRAYAL, UNCLEAN DESIRES, AND MURDER. 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 want the truth about Clay to be revealed, and those who will go to any length -- no matter the cost -- to keep it hidden.
Publish date: March 25th 2008
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages no: 511
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Dark Fantasy
Series: Charlie Parker (#6)
When Rebecca Clay asks Parker to search for her missing, and now declared dead, father Daniel Clay, little does Parker know that this is going to lead him into a morass of child abuse and people who don't want the truth to come out, no matter how many bodies they have to leave behind.The series inex...
Connolly has done it again and then some. I think this is my favorite book in the Charlie Parker series that I've read. The characters are beautifully choreographed around one another with a wonderful dark hint of supernatural presence. I found it hard to stop reading of a night, it captured my ima...
In March of 2009, I started reading Charlie’s journey through the criminal underworld with “Every Dead Thing”. While having a little supernatural stuff thrown in there, his character reminded me of a “Batman-ish” vigilante. You had the classic story line of a traumatic event happening to an undeserv...
Despite having the most linear plot of all the Parker books, THE UNQUIET is a superb read, and less cluttered than THE BLACK ANGEL. If there's a fault to be found it's in the lack of Angel & Louis, who ordinarily provide a welcome dose of humor in Connolly's grim tales.