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A stunning novel about secrets and silence - and how sooner or later the truth must be spoken. Another hard-hitting and gripping audiobook from the queen of white-knuckle suspense and searing family drama.

There was so much anger brewing in the child that sometimes Alicia feared for all of them. And now she had gone and done this terrible thing. This terrible, terrible thing.

Tara has lost her voice. She knows there was pain and fear, but she cannot remember anything else. Now she can answer the questions only with silence.

Minnie has buried her voice for years, losing herself in silence and isolation, keeping her secrets safe and her broken heart concealed. Liam finds refuge in silence; it is a place to go to when he cannot get the words out. Kate cannot speak for herself just yet.

People are separated from each other only by moments, by fate and coincidence. One teenage mistake, one shocking choice and one terrible night will lead to courage found, voices raised and the truth finally spoken.

©2014 Nicole Trope (P)2016 Audible, Ltd

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  • DeRoseBreathe
  • 17-12-2019

Started out good

But then lost my interest. And way too many F bombs! I don’t talk that way and none of my friends or associations. I’m 59 and my friends are in their late 40’s to 80. None of us use that type of language. Not even acquaintances I run intonations the stores. The only people I know who still talk that way are into drugs, drinking, partying, young people, uneducated people, have no morals or good values /standards to live by, so they will talk that way in front of their own children! Very sad. When I was young we spoke that way but we grew up and stopped. It’s strange to hear it out of 30+ person especially women. We are to raise our children to be wiser than us yet still have strong family values and morals but if moms and dads are talking like this, how can they teach strong family and God-pleasing morals. This society is going so far down it’s so sad. But it can be saved if people chose to go back to being old school morals and behaviors. It’s never too late.

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  • Nick Sordelet
  • 17-10-2020

My favorite one yet!

I loved this book so much. All the twists and turns… It was great. I wish there was a sequel.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-02-2021

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It was absolutely the best book. She always writes amazing incredible end work that just makes you speechless. I love Nicole Trope

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