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Following the death of his 10-year-old son, physician Peter Croft embarks on a desperate, seemingly random search for a missing child, risking his sanity, even his life in a grief-induced quest. His journey propels him into the darkest reaches of human suffering and pits him squarely against an adversary whose own obsession defies all reason.
Here After is a story of love, loss, obsession, and redemption, with gripping action sequences and a subtle paranormal underpinning. A compelling listen from a seasoned storyteller, Costello's sixth novel will keep you listening deep into the night.
©2014 Sean Costello (P)2016 Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC
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By D'Aulan on 04-04-16

u have to get th is book

ok I admit I cried through the first to chapters, but wow, I don't want to give much away, a father loses his sense of purpose in life to find lasted in the hearts and families of lost children. great great great!

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By kathy on 03-26-16

Always follow your Heart

I received this book from the author free of charge for an unbiased review. Thank you for the gift! Here After , through the excellent narration, jumps at you and grabs you into the plot. With the twist and turns and escalating mystery, you will not want to turn off the audio. Peter and Roger, strangers who meet at a bereavement meeting for those who have lost loved ones, get to know each other and their stories. Peter believes he has information to help Roger locate his six-year-old kidnapped son. By way of psychics and shady characters, the two find themselves in harm's way and danger but keep pushing themselves to find the little boy.
Yes, I will refer this book to friends. What a great read and a lesson to always follow your heart!

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By Suzy on 03-27-16

Great family drama

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I enjoyed this book. It starts with a key event - Peter in hospital witnessing the death of his son. This has the advantage of getting straight to the story (which I like) but it does mean I didn't really care much that David died (because I didn't know him or Peter). This made the story a bit clinical, but over time it developed into a family drama. I wouldn't call it a thriller although it does fall into that style for the last couple of hours. In my opinion this spoils the last part of the book - hence four stars not five, because it falls into cliché.<br/><br/> The story follows Peter and his grief, which leads him to a support group and there he makes a friend whose child is missing (kidnapped). In dealing with his own grief Peter explores ways to help his friend, Roger.<br/><br/>There are only a few key characters in the entire story and we follow the story chronologically (apart from some brief reminiscences) which made it ideally suited for audio. It is gripping, in that I wanted to know what happened, but I felt it was more subtle than a thriller -until the last couple of hours which are predictably 'let's chase the bad guy ourselves without the police and hope readers don't realise how silly that is'.<br/><br/>The narration was good, clear and precise. I felt it was too clinical initially as it didn't help me get to know Peter, but it also suited his detached professionalism (Peter is a doctor). The narrator didn't do any voices which I personally like however this didn't work well for one character-Graham -who is a 6 year old child because he spoke like an adult. Apart from that, it was good listen and I would try something by this author and narrator in future. <br/><br/>I recommend this book. Finally I should say I received a free copy of this book from Audioblast in exchange for an honest review.

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