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This novel is based on an actual unsolved murder case.

One close-knit family. Too many secrets.

When detective Jack Ryder is going skiing with his family in the mountains of North Carolina, he hopes for a week of fun in the snow with the ones he loves. 

But then the body of a teenage boy turns up in the cold waters of the creek behind the cabin they have rented. 

Don’t tell or you might be next.

The find shocks the rural community of Maggie Valley and rattles local law enforcement. What happened to the boy is more than strange. 

Soon more bodies are found, and Jack Ryder digs into the case that seems to be anything but ordinary. What happened on the night that Benjamin Rutherford disappeared from the porch of his childhood home? Is his father — the local pastor — telling the truth? Is his sister? 

As Jack digs deeper into this seemingly perfect family, he begins to wonder if any of them are what they pretend to be and what secrets they are hiding beneath the surface. 

Don't Tell is the seventh book in Willow Rose's best-selling and addictive Jack Ryder series but can be listened to as a standalone.

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  • Paula B
  • 30-12-2020

5 star ending

A 5 star ending to a excellent series.
All I can say is I enjoyed every book in this series...
Every story was different, suspenseful and crazy in its own way. This last book in the series, Don't Tell. Is a mystery and deals with a whole family of Loonies. You will wonder what will happen and why? Then the ending is Crazy.... So be ready...

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  • Nicole Posey
  • 15-10-2020

Intriguing

Magnificent job was done on this book, more intense and toe curling. Had me crying in some areas. Keeps you on your seat.

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  • Patricia Giesin
  • 26-09-2020

good book

Lots of twists and turns right to the very end like this series a lot

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  • Julie
  • 15-07-2020

Over the edge

Oh wow. The twist that make up this book has put this book as my new favourite book in the series. I enjoyed the first six books in the series and a highly recommend that you give them a listen but this book has set up a whole new level for the author. Like normal the story jumps in time and with story teller (I don't think it had quite as many time jumps as the other books, which made it easier to follow) but this time it worked really well and added to the understanding of the story. There was so many twist and even though it was a family holiday and I love listening about the family the story did not get bogged down with the family drama. I can't wait for the next book.
Jack and wife Shannon have taken five of there six children on holiday, to learn to ski and spend quality time together. Those plans go horrible wrong before they even get there, as they are nearly involved in a car accident. They make it safely only to find the family next door to there rented cabin are in mourning over the disappearance of there son. The disappearance isn't the only tragedy to hit the small town in the last few days there has been a murder and a suicide. Only the suicide happened right in front of Jack's son and now he isn't talking. Are the deaths and disappearance connected? With the family so close to his own family and them all acting weird Jack feels he has no choice but to ask questions. Then Shannon finds the missing boys body and she to gets dragged into the investigation. Is there any truth to the families allegations that his girlfriend killed him. The town and sheriff think so but Jack isn't so sure and what about the girl in the car crash? Was she the killer the sheriff believes her to be or a reporter working on a story so big that someone made sure she wouldn't tell?
I liked the narrator and think he has got his timing right this time, in previous books he was to drawn out and I needed to speed up the listening speed, I didn't have to this time and with the good narration really enjoyed the book.
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