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O each other and why are they so reluctant to discuss the day his father disappeared Who are they trying to protectIf he wants to uncover what really happened Foster must follow the trail of secrets and lies no matter how devastating the conseuences and what they might reveal about his father Because the truth can only stay buried for so long. Those Who Disappear is a beautifully woven mystery and a compelling story of one man s relationship with the Father he never knewA glacier gives up a body accident is assumed but the answers lie in the past when a young man and his close knit group of friends are just beginning to come into their own until tragedy strikesI love the way the author layers his characters and offers up a lot to think aboutwhether or not there is foul play involved is very much secondary to the human drama playing out on the page The resolution is emotionally resonant the setting is described with perfect intensity and overall this was an absolutely excellent readRecommended

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Those Who Disappeared

It’s been thirty years since his father went missing Now there’s a body can he finally find out whyWhen a man’s body is discovered in a Swiss glacier thirty years after he went missing his son Foster Treherne hopes he’ll finally have closure on what happened to the father he never met But then the autopsy reveals signs of a struggle a. Thanks to NetGalley along with Publishing UKThomas Mercer for this free advance copy in return for an honest review A glacier an avalanche and an artist s search for truth all come together in this wonderfully conceived book by Kevin Wignall an author I never read before and who has done a great job of exploring one mans journey to find the truth about his father and how he died After 32 years the body of Charlie Treherne is uncovered as the result of an avalanche on a Swiss glacier Luckily the body had been very well preserved over that time since Charlie s disappearance and his passport and diary had been wrapped in plastic so the coroner was able to at least identify the body Famous modern artist Foster Treherne receives an unexpected visit from a State Department official informing him of the discovery of his father Charlie And this sets up the dramatic plot of one man s attempt to learn the truth about his father s death and existence Charlie s death had occurred before Foster was born and to complicate matters his mother committed suicide when he was only one year old Basically raised by a nanny and shipped off to boarding schools Foster had no photos of his father and really knew nothing of the man or his life which was fine with Foster But despite achieving worldwide artistic fame Foster has always had a hole in his psyche due to tragic circumstances surrounding the death of his parents as well as his grandparents rather hands off and uncaring interest in his upbringing But as so often happens one little bit of information leads to another and eventually Foster is convinced that his father s death was not a mere accidental hiking death but rather a murder The discovery of a group photo now propels Foster on a journey of discovery and enlightenment Who really were his mother and father how did his father really die and if it was not an innocent hiking accident who is to blame That Wignall is able to cover all of this in a short 232 page novel tells us about his ability as a writer It is an action mystery that really has little physical action It is a detective story without a detective and it is one man s surprising desire to learn about his father Foster is able to discover the identity of the people in the photo but their memories of the day his father died are either incomplete or give the indications of a conspiracy But was there a killer or was it truly an accident and his desire to learn the truth also uncovers some facts about his father he never had known and which he might have been happy not to know This is a short fast read Yet it is a book that moves action around at a reasonable pace and teaches us that our past is not always what we think it is and that our parents are not always who we believe they were Fascinating and a very good read with no violence sex or any graphic seuencesThis review was previously published at wwwmysteryandsuspensecom

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Nd what was assumed to be a tragic accident suddenly looks sinisterFoster tracks down his father’s old friends but when he starts to ask uestions it becomes clear that there’s something they don’t Those Who PDFEPUBwant to tell him While some are evasive others seem to wish the body had never been found What exactly is their connection t. This is a nice mystery Foster a famous artist finds out that the body of his father was discovered after 30 years in Switzerland He was expecting that his body will surface one day but he understands it was not an accident Foster will not stop until he is finding out who did it It was an easy readThank you Netgalley for this nice book


10 thoughts on “Those Who Disappeared

  1. says:

    45 starsFoster Treherne is rich and an artist initially part of a group called ‘The New Painters’ but he alone has had great success There is jealousy that he is the one who has made a name for himself as he gets a series of unpleasant anonymous notes making various accusations Foster never knew his parents as his father Charlie disappears near a glacier in Switzerland before he is born and his mother commits suicide when he’s a baby

  2. says:

    Thanks to NetGalley along with Publishing UKThomas Mercer for this free advance copy in return for an honest review A glacier an avalanche and an artist’s search for truth all come together in this wonderfully conceived book by Kevin Wignall an author I never read before and who has done a great job of exploring one mans journey to find the truth about his father and how he died After 32 years the body of C

  3. says:

    Those Who Disappeared by Kevin Wignall – This was an excellent read for me as have been all of the books that I have read by the authorI read this within a day and once I started it I just could not wait to continue and see where the storyline was headedThe main character Foster Treherne is a successful and wealthy artist who fin

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    I’m delighted to have been afforded an adv

  5. says:

    This is a nice mystery Foster a famous artist finds out that the body of his father was discovered after 30 years in Switzerland He was expectin

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    Rating Very GoodGenre Mystery ThrillerThis is a story about a famous artist Foster Treherne One day Foster is informed that a body has been discovered in a glacier in Switzerland and that body is believed to be his father who has been missing for thirty years Despite never knowing his father Foster decides to dig for the truth after he suspects that his father’s accident might have been than that Fortunately

  7. says:

    Those Who Disappear is a beautifully woven mystery and a compelling story of one man's relationship with the Father he never knewA glacier gives up a body accident is assumed but the answers lie in the past when a young man and his close knit group of friends are just beginning to come into their own until tragedy strikesI love the way the author layers his characters and offers up a lot to think aboutwhether

  8. says:

    How well do you really know your friends Well enough for them to hide a terrible secret for you Foster Treherne in Kevin Wignall’s ‘Those Who Disappeared’ knows all too well about the extent friends will go to keep something buried You’ll have to wait until March 4th 2021 to find out what Foster already knows It’ll be worth the wai

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    #ThoseWhoDisappeared #NetGalleyThanks NetGalley Publishing UK Kevin Wignall for an ARC to reviewWhen a man's body was discovered in a glacier after thirty years Foster Treherne his son the famous artist found his lost father He begins a journey investigating the 30 years old puzzle and if it wasn't just an accidentI loved the writing style the characters and the book's setting

  10. says:

    Was able to read this thanks to NetGalley Having read all of the awesomely named Kevin Wignall's books I can say that I enjoyed this one and read it pretty uickly That said it is another one of those 35 stars types however as I was kind of put off by the ending which I won't spoil Like many of Wignall's books particularly the early