Book Reviews of Guilt By Silence

Guilt By Silence
Guilt By Silence
Author: Taylor Smith
ISBN-13: 9781551665375
ISBN-10: 1551665379
Publication Date: 7/1/2000
Pages: 408
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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NICE TO SEE A WOMAN CIA OPERATIVE GETTING INTO THE SAME KINDS OF SITUATIONS AS WELL KNOWN MALE CHARACTERS
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I did not want to put it down.
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This book covers lots of geography and touches on history as it was made in the New Mexico desert. It is also a really fast-paced read, a book you won't want to put down. Mariah, the heroine, has a personal voyage of discovery that brings danger to her family and herself. How she uncovers facets of her life that affect what occurs as the book progresses and what she does to counteract the machinations of others--but you must read it for yourself to find out.
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The story of a young mother Mariah Bolt, a CIA officer, trying to cope with the aftermath of an accident in Vienna which left her young daughter severely injured and her brilliant husband David Tardiff paralyzed from the neck down and mentally impaired.. Now back in the United States, she is approached by a Paul Chaney, a foreign correspondent who tells her the accident may not have been an accident at all. She brushes him off and tries to forget his suggestions until it becomes apparent that she is being followed and she and her daughter are being threatened. When she is notified of her husband's death she finds she doesn't know who to trust and Paul Chaney may be her only ally.
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My husband who is an avid reader really enjoyed this book. It didn't grab me. It's a good premise I just tired of the author pausing the story to give a lengthy introduction of a new character.