Dead Silence (Hardback)
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DescriptionDead Silence is the gripping fourth novel in the Body Finder series. With romance, suspense, and unexpected twists, Dead Silence will keep readers guessing until the very last page.All her life Violet has grappled with her ability to sense the echoes of those who have been murdered and the matching imprint that clings to their killers. Now that she has an imprint of her own, Violet's "gift" is intolerable. Torn between her desire to lead a normal life and the pressure from the Center to continue her work tracking down killers, Violet's world starts to unravel . . . and some of her most carefully guarded secrets are exposed.Then she discovers a gruesome murder scene unlike anything she's ever encountered, and she can't rest until she's silenced the echoes for good. As Violet sets out to find a vicious murderer and his band of devoted followers, she realizes that protecting those closest to her is far more difficult than protecting herself.
- Published: 16 April 2013
- Format: Hardback 389 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780062082220 ISBN 10: 0062082221
- Sales rank: 171,688
Reviews for Dead Silence
Can you hear that?
Reviewed by Janessa, Age 15
I am unsure if I have ever read a book that mixes murderous suspense super thriller with a romantic twist and have it blend so beautifully. Dead Silence is the fourth book in the Body Finder series where Violet, who is able to sense voices of the dead and the imprints that their killers attract, finds herself the victim of her own ability as she gets imprinted also as a dull reminder that she too was victim once and still is in many ways. All she wants to do is move on and lead a normal life, but what is normal when you have special gifts that are always haunting? However, her dreams of normalcy is short lived as it appears her employer only has intentions of keeping her put where she is most useful to them. When murder hits a little too close to home, Violet will protect the ones she loves at all costs, even if she feels the face of defeat laughing down at her.
"Yeah, I wasn't really sure what the protocol for 'freaked out by dead bodies' was. You're not sick, so bringing you soup was out of the question. And you didn't know the people, so giving you flowers seemed wrong."
Read the full review at http://www.musingwithcrayolakym.com/3/post/2013/08/dead-silence.html by Kim Heimbuch