Passenger 23 by Sebastian Fitzek
Every year, on average 23 people disappear without a trace from cruise ships.
No one has ever come back.
Five years ago police psychologist Martin Schwartz lost his wife and son. They were holidaying on a cruise ship when they simply vanished, the case written off as a straightforward murder-suicide.
They are not the only parent-and-child pair to have disappeared from this ship in recent years - and yet, the authorities seem unconcerned.
But when a missing girl reappears - carrying Martin's son's beloved teddy bear - the police won't be able to avoid the truth that something sinister is lurking on board...
'Without question one of the crime world's most evocative storytellers' KARIN SLAUGHTER
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