Friday, March 13, 2015

The Silence That Speaks by Andea Kane (Forensic Instincts #4)



Forensic Instincts' first order of business is to find out who's targeting their client. Under the leadership of Casey Woods, the investigative team has the resources to do just that, working inside the law—and outside it. FI's strength is its members, among them Casey's associate Marc Devereaux, former navy SEAL and a man who's equal to any situation.

Except maybe this one…

Madeline's case hits too close to home for Marc. She's the only woman he ever loved, and she's his only weakness. Now a nurse at Manhattan Memorial, she's terrified because someone is trying to kill her. So she turns, reluctantly, to Marc and FI for help and protection.

Meanwhile, Manhattan Memorial is in turmoil. With a merger in the works, the staff is still haunted by their hospital administrator's sudden death—during heart surgery performed by Madeline's ex-husband, Conrad. A surgery at which Madeline was present. The killer seems to blame both Madeline and Conrad…

With a growing list of suspects—including the grieving widow and a string of scorned lovers—Forensic Instincts will have to figure out who has the greatest incentive to get rid of Madeline. And FI has to work fast to save her…before she's permanently silenced.

Series: Forensic Instincts (Book 4)
  • ISBN9780778317371
  • Price24.95
  • CurrencyUSD
  • EditionHardcover
  • My review: The Silence That Speaks by Andea Kane   (Forensic Instincts #4)

    5 stars

    I like this series of books. This is book 4 in the Forensic Instincts.  It is a detective mystery.  The characters are good and I look forward to learning more about them.

    The mystery is good and keeps you guessing.  I like to see the team work together. 

    We get to see more of Marc's personal life in this book.  His personal life has always been a secret.  I liked seeing him that way.

    The setting in New York city, NY

    The pacing is steady and shows the case step by step as they learn about it.

    The drama was good, the ending was good and it was a pretty clean read one short love scene, some violence and some creeps. 
    Personally I will read more Andrea Kane books,  I hope there will be more Forensic Instincts in the future. I got this book today and had to start reading it right away.

    I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin Mira.  In return I agreed to give The Silence That Speaks a honest review.

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