"Silence" featured a different storyline and was exciting. The main characters were enjoyable, both good and bad. And the twists and turns keep you really involved. I truly hated for it to end. If you want a different type of thriller...Silence is it!
I highly recommend it.
PI Jack Till helped Wendy Harper disappear six years ago, after a brutal attack. Now an innocent man is being accused of murdering Wendy, and Jack knows he has to prevent a miscarriage of justice. But Jack also knows these charges are only being laid so the original attacker can lure Wendy back out to be killed. This is a fast-paced, very readable thriller with Jack as a sympathetic hero and a nasty sociopathic couple as the assassins; no question here about who's the real bad guy as you might find in his earlier novels such as The Butchers Boy. While I miss the dark humor he used to do so well (there are glimmers of it in the conversations of the assassins), I liked Jack's backstory involving his daughter Holly, and I think Perry could write a pretty good sequel about what happens later to Paul and Sylvie.