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Unspeakable
Unspeakable
Author: Sandra Brown
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ISBN-13: 9780553478266
ISBN-10: 0553478265
Publication Date: 6/8/1998
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Random House Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 2
Exciting, Passionate, easy read, keeps you on the edge of your set her book or really fast reads and keeps you entertained. I have read all her story's and can't wait for the next..
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This wasn't one of my favorite books by Sandra Brown. I think some of her other books are much better. I figured this one out halfway through and wasn't surprised by the ending.
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A page turner.suspenseful!!Edge of your seat.
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Really good book! couldn't put it down.
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Excellent mystery; good love story. Just a delightful, easy read! I really enjoy this author, especially after an intense read.
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A vivid running dark movie, a picture show on fast forward also its a crazy wild, wild ride in every turn of the pages. of lifes true realities, of , passions, hurts ,wants desires& pains, With much healings be gain .Only love can break its evil chains

Last call adrenaline junkies! Here ya go this one for you!
I wouldnt be surprised that any average Joe would be well entertained with this book. Furthermore, the flow of the storyline has a feel of unisex appeal .
Better yet in fact, I think this story was design to be shared, as a gift that would be appealing & enjoyed with a significant other.

Unspeakable is by far most satisfying, terrifying, & suspenseful chock-filled with love & hopeful happy endings. This Read will thoroughly appease some appetites. This books brilliance reads for me, in some what, present modern time or past setting. While listening to this Read I was taken up carried rapturous away by some superb writing. My interaction with this Read felt like virtue Reality. Believe you me when I say it reminds me of my visit to Disneyland I took part in at Epcot center Honey I Blew Up The Audience journey was interesting, fun entertaining with turns twists & ooh goodness whats gonna happen next. suspense?!! OOH boythen I had some yippee..& there were some...wild n dark times.

Im scared out of my mind when out of the screen popped a lions head, with a ear death roar that then instantly turns into a cobra snake literally snapped at me. It was real life in your face(3 D mine you!) I also was so amazed ,happbeeeee giddy with excitement elations.awwww ya gotta love em..(the father:O) Then the father put a white mice in the duplicating machine that in turn follows with the most over abundance flow upon dozens of mice that spewed out . The mice proceed to scurry fast forward crazy wild off the screen & ran all out all over my feet..Eeeeeek..that giddiness was short lived by terrifying screams & suspenseful( finding the door fast) a mad dash to the nearest exit. I was such a Winnee.((giggle))!

Gee wiz I, Betcha by gollee wow, Ms. Brown writing brings out that similar wild kind of excitement & terror soooo miraciously..from ya. This experience definitely is mind blowing .A sensual flow that extremely takes over your mind also its what feeds your senses, the see, feel, touch & hear. Of it all. Its suspenseful then becomes intensely eerie-like dark .

Now thats modern classic now a days fashion. A lot of people live for. To be able to grace fans one & all alike with, is great! By popular demand theres an endless need for that kind of writing. The villains were such icky creepy crawly slugs U loved to hate with a passion. It was good to know that evil shall Never prevail over good. live by the sword die by the sword!

I never lost sight of the hero & heroine in all the craziness that went on within the story the budding love that took root, ground& gradually grew but eventually then came to full bloom. While listening casting my observation to the wind I viewed Jack Sawyer /Ann Corbets love. Its what kept me interested & glued to the story. My kind of theme I like .A hero that is consider a nobody too many but is much more. A hero that only needs a second chance at life & loves healing touch. These R some of the many themes I love to read soooo much. Secondly, I find it refreshing reading about Heroines that arent perfect as apposed to this heroine .

She was handicap she had a cute kid. It was a big plus that she is a independent woman. I wont say anything else about Unspeakable other than that its like finding a diamond in the rough.. Lastly, whats more pleasant than stealing away into a secret hideaway, a virtue Reality of sorts whether at home, in your car or on the bus.

Unspeakable either on Audio or paper book its indulgement until your hearts content, prepare yourself for love, passion also non-stop fast pace action.
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This book had such evil and realtistic characters that it actually frightened me. There are several sub-plots that unfold that caught me off-guard, too. Above all, it's a romance between a hired hand and a deaf-mute who has a small son. And the problem is that when evil danger comes calling, will she be able to sense it? An excellent book and one of Sandra Brown's best, in my opinion.
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Great read! Sandra Brown is great at combining romance and mystery.
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I thought this was an excellent book. The deafness of the heroine was a new twist, the hero was certainly mysterious. The villians were thoroughly despicable and the other major characters were well defined. The babbling of the 5 year old left me breathless as I read it. Wow....little David can certainly rattle on. I highly recommend this book.
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See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil, unspeakable.
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Jack Sawyer arrives at Anna Corbett's isolated ranch asking for work. He hopes to protect her and her son from Carl Herbold, a cold-blooded psychopath, who recently escaped the penitentiary. Bent on revenge, Herbold is headed for Anna's home, where she's the center of his horrific scheme.
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Sandra Brown has another good suspense involving a psychopath who loves violence and a deaf, widowed rancher fighting to keep her ranch.
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Sandra Brown has done another marvelous job crafting her tales that keeps readers on the edge.
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Nice quick read. Suspenseful
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Another one of Sandra Brown's greats. . .
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Very suspenseful; a quick read; I could not put this book down
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Carl Herbold is cold-blooded psychopath who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he's going back to Texas. The deaf and widowed Anna Corbett is fighting to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she's at the center of Herbold's horrific scheme. Drifeter Jack Sawyer arrives at the ranch asking for work, hoping to protect Anna and her son. But Sawyer can't outrun his secrets or the day of reckoning awaiting them all....
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An interesting plot and intriguing people. Having a deaf woman as one of the main characters threw in an added twist to the events.
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Carl Herbold is a cold-blooded psychopath who loves violence, a murder who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his way back to where he began--Blewer County, texas.
Born deaf, lately widowed, Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme--and that her world of silence and self-imposed isolation is about to explode.
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Carl Herbold is a cold-blooded psychopath who loves violence, a murderer who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his way back to where he began-Blewer County, Texas.
Born deaf, lately widowed, Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme-and that her world of silence and self-imposed isolation is about to explode.
A drifter whose casual air belies his troubled past, Jack Sawyer arrives at Anna's ranch asking for work, while hoping to protect the innocent woman and her son from Herbold's rage. But Sawyer can no longer outrun the secrets that stalk him-or the day of reckoning awaiting them all.
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This one is a real spine tingler! Brown knows how to weave a great suspence.
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Carl Herbold is a cold blooded psychopath who loves violence, a murderer who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his back to where it all began---Blewer County, Texas. . . . . . .
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Twist of a romance & suspense
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Keep the lights on and enjoy the edge of your seat.
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good book.. romance and conspiracy
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Wow...where to start...This was an amazing book. Anna Corbett, a deaf widow, and her son, David are living with her father-in-law, Delray Corbett who happens to be the step father of the two deranged killers stalking Louisiana and Texas. Carl Herbold has escaped prison and joined his brother Cecil on a rampage across the southern US in an effort to get revenge on those who wronged them. They are savage, sick, crazy even deranged, serial killers who eventually turn on each other.

There is way too much going on in this book to even attempt to detail it here. Suffice it to say, this book grabs you from chapter one and doesn't let go until the last page. The many twists and turns are surprising to say the least and keep you guessing til the end.
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A vivid running dark movie, a picture show on fast forward also its a crazy wild, wild ride in every turn of the pages. of lifes true realities, of , passions, hurts ,wants desires& pains, With much healings be gain .Only love can break its evil chains

Last call adrenaline junkies! Here ya go this one for you!
I wouldnt be surprised that any average Joe would be well entertained with this book. Furthermore, the flow of the storyline has a feel of unisex appeal .
Better yet in fact, I think this story was design to be shared, as a gift that would be appealing & enjoyed with a significant other.

Unspeakable is by far most satisfying, terrifying, & suspenseful chock-filled with love & hopeful happy endings. This Read will thoroughly appease some appetites. This books brilliance reads for me, in some what, present modern time or past setting. While listening to this Read I was taken up carried rapturous away by some superb writing. My interaction with this Read felt like virtue Reality. Believe you me when I say it reminds me of my visit to Disneyland I took part in at Epcot center Honey I Blew Up The Audience journey was interesting, fun entertaining with turns twists & ooh goodness whats gonna happen next. suspense?!! OOH boythen I had some yippee..& there were some...wild n dark times.

Im scared out of my mind when out of the screen popped a lions head, with a ear death roar that then instantly turns into a cobra snake literally snapped at me. It was real life in your face(3 D mine you!) I also was so amazed ,happbeeeee giddy with excitement elations.awwww ya gotta love em..(the father:O) Then the father put a white mice in the duplicating machine that in turn follows with the most over abundance flow upon dozens of mice that spewed out . The mice proceed to scurry fast forward crazy wild off the screen & ran all out all over my feet..Eeeeeek..that giddiness was short lived by terrifying screams & suspenseful( finding the door fast) a mad dash to the nearest exit. I was such a Winnee.((giggle))!

Gee wiz I, Betcha by gollee wow, Ms. Brown writing brings out that similar wild kind of excitement & terror soooo miraciously..from ya. This experience definitely is mind blowing .A sensual flow that extremely takes over your mind also its what feeds your senses, the see, feel, touch & hear. Of it all. Its suspenseful then becomes intensely eerie-like dark .

Now thats modern classic now a days fashion. A lot of people live for. To be able to grace fans one & all alike with, is great! By popular demand theres an endless need for that kind of writing. The villains were such icky creepy crawly slugs U loved to hate with a passion. It was good to know that evil shall Never prevail over good. live by the sword die by the sword!

I never lost sight of the hero & heroine in all the craziness that went on within the story the budding love that took root, ground& gradually grew but eventually then came to full bloom. While listening casting my observation to the wind I viewed Jack Sawyer /Ann Corbets love. Its what kept me interested & glued to the story. My kind of theme I like .A hero that is consider a nobody too many but is much more. A hero that only needs a second chance at life & loves healing touch. These R some of the many themes I love to read soooo much. Secondly, I find it refreshing reading about Heroines that arent perfect as apposed to this heroine .

She was handicap she had a cute kid. It was a big plus that she is a independent woman. I wont say anything else about Unspeakable other than that its like finding a diamond in the rough.. Lastly, whats more pleasant than stealing away into a secret hideaway, a virtue Reality of sorts whether at home, in your car or on the bus.

Unspeakable either on Audio or paper book its indulgement until your hearts content, prepare yourself for love, passion also non-stop fast pace action.
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This audio cassette is a great Sandra Brown Novel. I recommend it to everyone that is a Sandra Brown reader.......
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Very good, but graphic in a few spots.Unabridged.
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A vivid running dark movie, a picture show on fast forward also its a crazy wild, wild ride in every turn of the pages. of lifes true realities, of , passions, hurts ,wants desires& pains, With much healings be gain .Only love can break its evil chains

Last call adrenaline junkies! Here ya go this one for you!
I wouldnt be surprised that any average Joe would be well entertained with this book. Furthermore, the flow of the storyline has a feel of unisex appeal .
Better yet in fact, I think this story was design to be shared, as a gift that would be appealing & enjoyed with a significant other.

Unspeakable is by far most satisfying, terrifying, & suspenseful chock-filled with love & hopeful happy endings. This Read will thoroughly appease some appetites. This books brilliance reads for me, in some what, present modern time or past setting. While listening to this Read I was taken up carried rapturous away by some superb writing. My interaction with this Read felt like virtue Reality. Believe you me when I say it reminds me of my visit to Disneyland I took part in at Epcot center Honey I Blew Up The Audience journey was interesting, fun entertaining with turns twists & ooh goodness whats gonna happen next. suspense?!! OOH boythen I had some yippee..& there were some...wild n dark times.

Im scared out of my mind when out of the screen popped a lions head, with a ear death roar that then instantly turns into a cobra snake literally snapped at me. It was real life in your face(3 D mine you!) I also was so amazed ,happbeeeee giddy with excitement elations.awwww ya gotta love em..(the father:O) Then the father put a white mice in the duplicating machine that in turn follows with the most over abundance flow upon dozens of mice that spewed out . The mice proceed to scurry fast forward crazy wild off the screen & ran all out all over my feet..Eeeeeek..that giddiness was short lived by terrifying screams & suspenseful( finding the door fast) a mad dash to the nearest exit. I was such a Winnee.((giggle))!

Gee wiz I, Betcha by gollee wow, Ms. Brown writing brings out that similar wild kind of excitement & terror soooo miraciously..from ya. This experience definitely is mind blowing .A sensual flow that extremely takes over your mind also its what feeds your senses, the see, feel, touch & hear. Of it all. Its suspenseful then becomes intensely eerie-like dark .

Now thats modern classic now a days fashion. A lot of people live for. To be able to grace fans one & all alike with, is great! By popular demand theres an endless need for that kind of writing. The villains were such icky creepy crawly slugs U loved to hate with a passion. It was good to know that evil shall Never prevail over good. live by the sword die by the sword!

I never lost sight of the hero & heroine in all the craziness that went on within the story the budding love that took root, ground& gradually grew but eventually then came to full bloom. While listening casting my observation to the wind I viewed Jack Sawyer /Ann Corbets love. Its what kept me interested & glued to the story. My kind of theme I like .A hero that is consider a nobody too many but is much more. A hero that only needs a second chance at life & loves healing touch. These R some of the many themes I love to read soooo much. Secondly, I find it refreshing reading about Heroines that arent perfect as apposed to this heroine .

She was handicap she had a cute kid. It was a big plus that she is a independent woman. I wont say anything else about Unspeakable other than that its like finding a diamond in the rough.. Lastly, whats more pleasant than stealing away into a secret hideaway, a virtue Reality of sorts whether at home, in your car or on the bus.

Unspeakable either on Audio or paper book its indulgement until your hearts content, prepare yourself for love, passion also non-stop fast pace action.
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Great Sandra Brown book!
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some gory parts
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I really enjoy Sandra Browne's books. This particular book was well written as all her books, though the content was very disturbing. The evil characters really committed unspeakable acts. I would not recommend this book. The acts of violence were graphically described well beyond what was necessary.
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SEE NO EVIL

Carl Herbold is a cold-blooded psychopath who loves violence, a murderer who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his way back to where he began-Blewer County, Texas.

HEAR NO EVIL

Born deaf, lately widowed, Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme-and that her world of silence and self-imposed isolation is about to explode.

SPEAK NO EVIL

A drifter whose casual air belies his troubled past, Jack Sawyer arrives at Anna's ranch asking for work, while hoping to protect the innocent woman and her son from Herbold's rage. But Sawyer can no longer outrun the secrets that stalk him-or the day of reckoning awaiting them all...

UNSPEAKABLE

"[BROWN] IS A MASTERFUL STORYTELLER, CAREFULLY CRAFTING TALES THAT KEEP READERS ON THE EDGE OF THEIR SEATS."
-USA Today

"THE SUSPENSE IS KEEP-THE-LIGHTS-ON RIVETING."
-Dallas Morning News
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This book will keep you guessing until the very end, I couldn't put this one down!
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Great book. Kept me on the edge of my seat. one of those books that I didn't want to put down until if was finished. I love a great suspense story that doesn't even give you a hint at who done it until the very end and this was one of those. Its one of the best sandra brown books that i have read so far.
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Excellent as I believe all her books are. Great characters, believable and they encourage your involvement and concern with their story.
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FANTASTIC READ!
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I didn't think I was going to enjoy this book as much as I did. But Sandra Brown came through as usual. I can't recall a single novel by her that I didn't enjoy.

Four stars.
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This book was slow going. The good guys are kind of boring. The bad guys are very interesting, they make the story worth reading. There are a lot of diferent plots going on at once, this book is not a quick easy read.

I did give it 3 1/2 stars because I like how the book ended.
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very suspenseful!!!!!
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Thought this book was one of her best...very suspenseful and creepy
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This book will keep you on your toes! You will not want to put it down
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Delray Corbett hires Jack Sawyer--a tough rancher with a secret past--to protect his deaf-mute daughter, Anna, and her son from escaped convict Carl Herbold and his brother, Cecil. The Herbolds are bent on revenge against Corbett for having helped put Carl away. Well aware of the grave danger Anna is in, Jack does all he can to ensure her safety,...
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A 20-year-old unsolved murder in a small East Texas town sets the stage for this fast-paced and romantically charged, if stiffly written, thriller, the latest (after Fat Tuesday) from the prolific Brown. Everyone in Blewer, Tex., assumes that the nefarious Herbold brothers, Carl and Cecil, murdered Patsy McCorkle two decades ago, but neither was ever charged with the killing.
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One of the author's more intriguing stories. The bad guys truely are "unspeakable". But even the "good guys" have flaws, just like in real life. This one has a surprise ending and will keep you guessing...are the "good guys" really?
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This is a thriller about an escaped murderer who comes to a ranch to live, a drifter is there to try to save the mother and young son.
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Sandra Brown does not disappoint with Unspeakable. It kept me on the edge of my seat; hard to put down!
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I have become a fan of Sandra Brown's over the past 2 years and usually enjoy most of her work, however, this one was a little bit of a let down....she's written much better work than this
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Plot good. Horrible language and sexual innuendos.
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Awesome mystery!
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Good book. Hard to put down.
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Very fast read, will keep you on the edge of your seat.
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very enjoyable.
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This was my first Sandra Brown book and it was a wonderful exciting read. I enjoyed the book extremely.
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Excellent read.
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Anna Corbett is deaf and mute, but she's not stupid. When the young widow is told by her aging father-in-law, Delray Corbett, that Jack Sawyer has been hired to work their eastern Texas ranch merely as an extra pair of hands, Anna knows that it's really the news of criminal Carl Herbold's recent prison break that has Corbett hiring the tough drifter. Carl Herbold, along with his brother Cecil, swore vengeance against Corbett, their stepfather, for cooperating with the police when the two were convicted of armed robbery. The Herbold boys were also suspected of another crime--the murder of young Patsy McCorkle--but Ezzy Hardge, then sheriff of Blewer County, Texas, never found the proof needed to go to trial. Twenty years have passed, and the McCorkle murder remains a mystery. A man obsessed, Ezzy Hardge continues to search for clues that will convict the Herbolds of the monstrous murder. Soon, Carl and his brother will take their revenge. But Anna and her 5-year-old son, David, are unaware of the degree of viciousness with which the Herbold brothers can strike. Only hired hand Jack Sawyer knows the real danger, and his growing love for Anna and David keeps him close despite the impending onslaught. Yet the longer he remains in Blewer, the more he risks revealing his past--and one particular secret that may destroy his only chance at Anna's love. In Unspeakable, Sandra Brown once again flexes her "literary muscle," providing a fast-paced, spine-tingling tale of passion, conspiracy, and stark brutality. It's a story that unfolds through the eyes of diverse, compelling characters, and culminates in a delicious ending you won't expect
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I enjoyed this book.
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Action packed!
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It has been several years since I read this book. But it was one of best Sandra Brown Romantic/Suspense novels I have read. Very action packed, non-stop, suspense.
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A vivid running dark movie, a picture show on fast forward also its a crazy wild, wild ride in every turn of the pages. of lifes true realities, of , passions, hurts ,wants desires& pains, With much healings be gain .Only love can break its evil chains

Last call adrenaline junkies! Here ya go this one for you!
I wouldnt be surprised that any average Joe would be well entertained with this book. Furthermore, the flow of the storyline has a feel of unisex appeal .
Better yet in fact, I think this story was design to be shared, as a gift that would be appealing & enjoyed with a significant other.

Unspeakable is by far most satisfying, terrifying, & suspenseful chock-filled with love & hopeful happy endings. This Read will thoroughly appease some appetites. This books brilliance reads for me, in some what, present modern time or past setting. While listening to this Read I was taken up carried rapturous away by some superb writing. My interaction with this Read felt like virtue Reality. Believe you me when I say it reminds me of my visit to Disneyland I took part in at Epcot center Honey I Blew Up The Audience journey was interesting, fun entertaining with turns twists & ooh goodness whats gonna happen next. suspense?!! OOH boythen I had some yippee..& there were some...wild n dark times.

Im scared out of my mind when out of the screen popped a lions head, with a ear death roar that then instantly turns into a cobra snake literally snapped at me. It was real life in your face(3 D mine you!) I also was so amazed ,happbeeeee giddy with excitement elations.awwww ya gotta love em..(the father:O) Then the father put a white mice in the duplicating machine that in turn follows with the most over abundance flow upon dozens of mice that spewed out . The mice proceed to scurry fast forward crazy wild off the screen & ran all out all over my feet..Eeeeeek..that giddiness was short lived by terrifying screams & suspenseful( finding the door fast) a mad dash to the nearest exit. I was such a Winnee.((giggle))!

Gee wiz I, Betcha by gollee wow, Ms. Brown writing brings out that similar wild kind of excitement & terror soooo miraciously..from ya. This experience definitely is mind blowing .A sensual flow that extremely takes over your mind also its what feeds your senses, the see, feel, touch & hear. Of it all. Its suspenseful then becomes intensely eerie-like dark .

Now thats modern classic now a days fashion. A lot of people live for. To be able to grace fans one & all alike with, is great! By popular demand theres an endless need for that kind of writing. The villains were such icky creepy crawly slugs U loved to hate with a passion. It was good to know that evil shall Never prevail over good. live by the sword die by the sword!

I never lost sight of the hero & heroine in all the craziness that went on within the story the budding love that took root, ground& gradually grew but eventually then came to full bloom. While listening casting my observation to the wind I viewed Jack Sawyer /Ann Corbets love. Its what kept me interested & glued to the story. My kind of theme I like .A hero that is consider a nobody too many but is much more. A hero that only needs a second chance at life & loves healing touch. These R some of the many themes I love to read soooo much. Secondly, I find it refreshing reading about Heroines that arent perfect as apposed to this heroine .

She was handicap she had a cute kid. It was a big plus that she is a independent woman. I wont say anything else about Unspeakable other than that its like finding a diamond in the rough.. Lastly, whats more pleasant than stealing away into a secret hideaway, a virtue Reality of sorts whether at home, in your car or on the bus.

Unspeakable either on Audio or paper book its indulgement until your hearts content, prepare yourself for love, passion also non-stop fast pace action.
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From the cover:

SEe no evil - Carl Herbold is a cold-blooded psychopath who loves violence, a murderer who has just escaped the pentitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his way back to where he began - Blewer County, Texas.

Hear No Evil - Born deaf, lately widowed, Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme - and that her world of silence and self-imposed isolation is about to explode.

Speak No Evil - A drifter whose casual air belies his troubled past, Jack Sawyer arrives at Anna's rance asking for work, while hoping to protect the innocent woman and her son from Herbold's rage. But Sawyer can no longer outrun the secrets that stalk him - or the day of reckoning awaiting them all.
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When Drifter Jack Sawyer shows up at a Texas ranch looking for work, Delray Corbett is a little wary of him. He doesn't know Jack, but Delray needs a hired hand to help out around the ranch. He would also like to have an extra person on board since hearing is step-son, Carl Herbold, has escaped a prison where he was serving a life sentence for murder. Delray doesn't want Carl hurting his daughter-in-law, Anna, or his Grandson, David. Anna is attracted to Jack as soon as she meets him. Being deaf since birth, Anna is used to being treated differently. But Jack treats her like a normal person, even trying to learn sign language to help communicate with her.

I found this book very interesting but it may not be for everyone. There are several very violent scenes involving Carl Herbold. I know some people were turned off by this, but it really just showed me this character had absolutely no redeeming qualities. There is a sub-plot involving retired Sheriff Ezzy Hardge who is investigating a 20-year-old unsolved murder that he can't forget. My favorite portions of the book were Anna and Jack's relationship, and also his relationship with her son, David. My rating: 4.5 Stars.
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Everyone in Blewer, Tex., assumes that the nefarious Herbold brothers, Carl and Cecil, murdered Patsy McCorkle two decades ago, but neither was ever charged with the killing. Carl, the more menacing brother, has spent those decades in an Arkansas prison for an unrelated crime. But now Carl has escaped and Blewer residents fear he might come back to town. Local rancher Delray Corbett has more to fear than most--the Herbolds are his estranged stepsons. So when drifter Jack Sawyer swaggers onto Delray's ranch looking for work, Delray hires him, thinking that Jack's presence will ease his mind regarding the safety of his deaf, widowed daughter-in-law, Anna, and her five-year-old son, David. But Delray doesn't know that Jake has a closer connection to Blewer, and to the Corbetts, than he's letting on.
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I loved this book, reminds me of some of Nora Roberts.

SEE NO EVIL
Carl Herbold is a col-blooded psychopath who loves violence, a murderer who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his way back to where he began--Blewer county, TX.

HEAR NO EVIL
Born deaf, lately widowed, Ana Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme--and that her world of silence & self-imposed isolation is about to explode.

SPEAK NO EVIL
A drifter whose casual air belies his troubled past, Jack Sawyer arrives at Anna's ranch asking for work, while hoping to protect the innocent woman & her son from Herbold's rage. But Sawyer can no longer outrun the secrets that stalk him -- or the day of reckoning awaiting them all...
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Carl Herbold is a cold-blooded psychopath who loves violence, a murderer who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his way back to where he began - Blewer County, Texas. Born deaf, lately widowed Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme - and that her world of silence and self-imposed isolation is about to explode. A drifter whose casual air belies his troubled past, Jack Sawyer arrives at Anna's ranch asking for work, while hoping to protect the innocent woman and her son from Herbold's rage. But Sawyer can no longer outrun the secrets that stalk him - or the day of reckoning awaiting them all...
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this was a really good book, with the added twist that one of the main characters is deaf. good story, good pace, it sucked me in and i didn't want to stop till i was done.
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See No Evil...Carl Herbold is a cold-blooed psychopath who loves vilence, a murderer who has just escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. Bent on revenge, he is on his way back to where he began---Blewer County, Texas. Hear No Evil...Born deaf, lately widowed, Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold's horrific scheme---and that her world of silence and self-imposed isolation is about to explode. Speak No Evil...A drifter whose casual air belies his troubled past, Jack Sawyer arrives at Anna's ranch asking for work, while hoping to protect the innocent woman and her son from Herbold's rage. But Sawyer can no longer outrun the secrets that stalk him---or the day of reckoning awaiting them all...
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good author
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I really liked this book! recomend it ...
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This is an excellent thriller.
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One of Sandra Brown's better stories - very suspenceful.
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Another great read by Sandra Brown---
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Born deaf, lately widowed, Anna Corbett fights to keep the ranch that is her son's birthright, unaware that she is at the center of Carl Herbold"s horrific scheme-and that her world of silence and self-imposed isolation is about to explode. Very good book.
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I always love a good Sandra Brown read.
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Unconventional. Great suspense crossed with an unusual romance. I read it twice :)
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A tightly woven tale of suspense that leaves you on edge, waiting for the ax to fall - again - and again.
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See No Evil
Hear No Evil
Speak No Evil
UNSPEAKABLE

"Brown is a masterful storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats." -- USA Today

"The suspense is keep-the-lights-on riveting."--Dallas Morning News
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A cold-blooded psychopath has escaped the penitentiary where he was serving a life sentence. He is headed back to where it all began.... set on revenge.
Riveting thriller......you'll want to keep your lights on...!
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A vivid running dark movie, a picture show on fast forward also its a crazy wild, wild ride in every turn of the pages. of lifes true realities, of , passions, hurts ,wants desires& pains, With much healings be gain .Only love can break its evil chains

Last call adrenaline junkies! Here ya go this one for you!
I wouldnt be surprised that any average Joe would be well entertained with this book. Furthermore, the flow of the storyline has a feel of unisex appeal .
Better yet in fact, I think this story was design to be shared, as a gift that would be appealing & enjoyed with a significant other.

Unspeakable is by far most satisfying, terrifying, & suspenseful chock-filled with love & hopeful happy endings. This Read will thoroughly appease some appetites. This books brilliance reads for me, in some what, present modern time or past setting. While listening to this Read I was taken up carried rapturous away by some superb writing. My interaction with this Read felt like virtue Reality. Believe you me when I say it reminds me of my visit to Disneyland I took part in at Epcot center Honey I Blew Up The Audience journey was interesting, fun entertaining with turns twists & ooh goodness whats gonna happen next. suspense?!! OOH boythen I had some yippee..& there were some...wild n dark times.

Im scared out of my mind when out of the screen popped a lions head, with a ear death roar that then instantly turns into a cobra snake literally snapped at me. It was real life in your face(3 D mine you!) I also was so amazed ,happbeeeee giddy with excitement elations.awwww ya gotta love em..(the father:O) Then the father put a white mice in the duplicating machine that in turn follows with the most over abundance flow upon dozens of mice that spewed out . The mice proceed to scurry fast forward crazy wild off the screen & ran all out all over my feet..Eeeeeek..that giddiness was short lived by terrifying screams & suspenseful( finding the door fast) a mad dash to the nearest exit. I was such a Winnee.((giggle))!

Gee wiz I, Betcha by gollee wow, Ms. Brown writing brings out that similar wild kind of excitement & terror soooo miraciously..from ya. This experience definitely is mind blowing .A sensual flow that extremely takes over your mind also its what feeds your senses, the see, feel, touch & hear. Of it all. Its suspenseful then becomes intensely eerie-like dark .

Now thats modern classic now a days fashion. A lot of people live for. To be able to grace fans one & all alike with, is great! By popular demand theres an endless need for that kind of writing. The villains were such icky creepy crawly slugs U loved to hate with a passion. It was good to know that evil shall Never prevail over good. live by the sword die by the sword!

I never lost sight of the hero & heroine in all the craziness that went on within the story the budding love that took root, ground& gradually grew but eventually then came to full bloom. While listening casting my observation to the wind I viewed Jack Sawyer /Ann Corbets love. Its what kept me interested & glued to the story. My kind of theme I like .A hero that is consider a nobody too many but is much more. A hero that only needs a second chance at life & loves healing touch. These R some of the many themes I love to read soooo much. Secondly, I find it refreshing reading about Heroines that arent perfect as apposed to this heroine .

She was handicap she had a cute kid. It was a big plus that she is a independent woman. I wont say anything else about Unspeakable other than that its like finding a diamond in the rough.. Lastly, whats more pleasant than stealing away into a secret hideaway, a virtue Reality of sorts whether at home, in your car or on the bus.

Unspeakable either on Audio or paper book its indulgement until your hearts content, prepare yourself for love, passion also non-stop fast pace action.
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Loved this book!
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I liked this book. It was a good mystery with good character development. It was a little wordy in parts but still good
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Not one of my favorite books by Sandra Brown. Was just an "okay" read for me.
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What was unspeakable when this book was written in 1998 may still be unspeakable today, but don't count on it.
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I have lost the cover for this book, so it is just the hard cover without the jacket, but it is a great book.