Thursday, January 4, 2018

Sunday Silence by Nicci French

A body under the floorboards, a body in a freezer, a drugged niece in a graveyard. Those things were the start of it.

Frieda Kline, a noted psychologist, now turned herself into a detective as well so she could find why Dean Reeve was after her and her family again.

Incidents and murders were coming too close to home for Frieda.  She couldn’t figure out the message Dean was trying to get to Frieda, but Frieda knew it was a message of evil, sadness, and death. But was it really Dean?   Was he really still alive as Frieda and only Frieda believed or could there be a copycat added to the mix?

When another incident happened, Frieda and the police knew something definitely was not right.

SUNDAY SILENCE had ordinary characters with ordinary jobs as well as characters who may not be as ordinary as they seemed or who they are.

This was my first Nicci French book.  The mystery, marvelous writing, and intrigue kept me turning the pages.

I loved how the engaging, amazing, creative story line evolved and smoothly drew me in.

SUNDAY SILENCE will definitely appeal to psychological thriller fans and repeat readers of Nicci French’s books.

My first Nicci French was an amazingly addicting read. 5/5

This book was given to me free of charge and without compensation by the publisher in return for an honest review.


11 comments:

  1. How many Nicci French books have you read?

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. I haven't read any of her books but I have several of them. I need more time to read!

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    1. I hope you get more time to read and can read one of her books.

      Thanks for commenting, Kathy.

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  3. Iv e read just one. This one sounds so good. Thanks for the review

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    1. It was good.

      Thanks for commenting, Mystica.

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  4. I loved this one, too (my copy was called Sunday Morning Coming Down); I've read and loved all of the books so far. I've heard that there is one more.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Funny how it had a different name.

      Great there is another one.

      Thanks for commenting, Laurel.

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  5. I haven't read this author but this sounds like a good one!

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    1. I enjoyed it.

      Thanks for commenting, Mary.

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  6. Oh my! So many dead bodies!!
    Can't help but love a good murder mystery.

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    1. Oh yes....dead bodies make a good murder mystery. :)

      Thanks for commenting, Carole Rae.

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