Brenda Novak has succeeded in creating a story that, while a terrific suspense novel, is also character-driven. I was held spellbound by Ms. This series gets better with every book. I really fell in love with Clay Montgomery.
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From beginning to end, readers are pulled into a story with a secret hidden that keeps them guessing Brenda Novak has outdone herself with this first exhilarating story in what is sure to be another hit series. I cannot wait to get started on the next book Dead Giveaway.
Never one to disappoint, Brenda Novak is a writer you need to add to your reading list. This is a mystery where the answers are laid out for the reader right away. What makes it so absorbing is the way these answers slowly coming to light, how they are still affecting the town of Stillwater and its residents to this da Dead Silence is Brenda Novak at her most compelling in this hard-hitting and sensational thriller. With this powerful and evocative start, readers are definitely in for a dynamic treat.
She certainly knows how to create twists and turns along with ups and downs It is very easy to get caught up with the emotion running through the story Dead Silence is a wonderful start to the new series and will have you craving the release of the next novel. Passions of all kinds simmer just below the surface of this sensual, gripping story. The character of Grace is beautiful throughout the book Novak spins a captivating suspense that allows the reader to feel the emotions of Grace.
She adds in-depth secondary characters with intense conversation that this reader could feel, along with a richness to the story that has all the makings of an excellent suspense. I could visualize even the surroundings.
One extraordinary book that deserves a 5-cup rating is this engaging tale I am anxious for the next book!
It probably would have—in a different time, a different place. But this was Stillwater, Mississippi, and the only thing smaller than the town itself was the minds of the people living in it. They never forgot and they never forgave. Nineteen years had passed since Reverend Barker disappeared, but they wanted someone to pay for the loss of their beloved preacher. Your step-daddy, I mean? Annoyance ripped through Clay despite the beautiful eyes that regarded him from beneath thick golden lashes. Without answering, he kicked off the blankets and began to get out of bed, only to have her grab hold of his arm.