Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Sunday Silence by Nicci French

Frieda Klein is emotionally restrained.  She's been through a lot in her life and she knows there will be more to come.  What she didn't expect was that the man she was hunting for would be able to get to her so soon and so well.  No one believed her, except for one cop.  They all thought the killer was dead.  The dead man under her floorboards proved that she was right and they were wrong...

William Morrow and Edelweiss allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published today.

This is a creepy read.  Bodies are showing up all over and she feels it can't be the original killer.  She and the supposedly dead killer have a connection.  It's like they recognize each other.  He sees her dark side and she sees his.  But he wouldn't be doing this random killing.  There must be another killer.

The story is tense and suspenseful.  She's trying to keep her family and friends safe and they aren't.  She realizes the punishment they are taking is going to end with her death, so she has to be careful.  When she's pretty sure she's identified the killer, the police say they don't have enough evidence to pull him in.

The story flows quickly and has a stunning ending.  The awful part is that the original killer is still out there.  I'll be waiting to read the next book in this series.

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