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Don't Say A Word (Don't, Bk 2)
Don't Say A Word - Don't, Bk 2
Author: Beverly Barton
Cross Your Heart… — One by one, they will die. He has waited patiently, planning their final moments. Their tortured screams, their pleas for mercy—all will be in vain... — And Hope… — Homicide detective Julia Cass has witnessed plenty of crime scenes. But the murder of a Chattanooga judge is shocking in its brutality. Teamed wi...  more »
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PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9781420110371
ISBN-10: 1420110373
Publication Date: 8/1/2012
Pages: 416
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Zebra
Book Type: Paperback
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Started out faily good and thought I'd be able to finishe it but it turned into a romance and lost my interest.
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MELNELYNN avatar reviewed Don't Say A Word (Don't, Bk 2) on + 669 more book reviews
When Homicide Detective Julia Cass transferred to the Chattanooga Police Department to be near her big brother, FBI agent J.D. Cass, she didn't realize that she would be grabbing her first case on the way home from the airport and that she would be teamed up with her brother's partner, Will Brannock. The guy looked more like a GQ model than an FBI agent, but once they get to the scene of the grizzly homicide, Will is all business.

The killer is definitely trying to send a message cutting out the tongues of his victims. He is exacting vengeance with these murders and Julia and Will need to figure out what the victims have in common if they will have any chance in catching the killer.

Another incredible murder mystery which will keep you on your toes. I don't want to go into too much since the best part of murder mystery is to solve the crime along with the characters, so I don't want to give anything away.

This is a well written, engrossing story with just a touch of attraction/romance between the main characters to keep things interesting. I usually have a problem when there are too many POVs in the story telling it usually drags the action down, but in this case it was mostly our two main characters and the killer, with only brief changes over to some of the other characters. Nothing that killed the momentum of the story.

Linda Ladd shaped & completed the book after Beverly's Barton's untimely death. She did a great job keeping the book like the Barton would have wanted it. Kudos to her!