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Don’t Make a Sound (Sawyer Brooks)
by T.R. Ragan
About Don’t Make A Sound
Don’t Make a Sound (Sawyer Brooks)
1st in Series
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (June 1, 2020)
Paperback: 287 pages
Digital ASIN: B07S4MFSFG
Her own past could be a reporter’s biggest story in this twisting thriller about murder and family secrets by the New York Times bestselling author T.R. Ragan.
Plagued by traumatic childhood memories, crime reporter Sawyer Brooks still struggles to gain control of her rage, her paranoia, and her life. Now, after finally getting promoted at work, she is forced to return home and face her past.
River Rock is where she’d been abandoned by her two older sisters to suffer alone, and in silence, the unspeakable abuses of her family. It’s also where Sawyer’s best friend disappeared and two teenage girls were murdered. Three cold cases dead and buried with the rest of the town’s secrets.
When another girl is slain in a familiar grisly fashion, Sawyer is determined to put an end to the crimes. Pulled back into the horrors of her family history, Sawyer must reconcile with her estranged sisters, who both have shattering memories of their own. As Sawyer’s investigation leads to River Rock’s darkest corners, what will prove more dangerous—what she knows of the past or what she has yet to discover?
This was at times a dark, harrowing read, and *trigger warning* as it deals with child sexual abuse that all three sisters endured as children. Despite the difficult story lines I really got engrossed with the story and though at times difficult to read, you really connect with Sawyer on a deeper level.
Sawyer returns to her hometown of River Rock to attend her grandmothers funeral, and with the hopes of blowing up the secrets that town has. Her childhood friend disappeared and there was also two murdered teenage girls, leave three cold cases, but when another girl if found in similar circumstances to the previous Sawyer gets her bite for the story.
There are a lot of sub story lines that twist and weave together, bringing the past and the present to head, and I loved how they came together. Though the story was hard to read at some points like I have said, I did enjoy this story and how it all played out.
About T.R. Ragan
New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA TODAY bestselling author T.R. Ragan has sold more than three million books since her debut novel appeared in 2011. She is the author of the Faith McMann trilogy (Furious, Outrage, and Wrath); the Lizzy Gardner series (Abducted, Dead Weight, A Dark Mind, Obsessed, Almost Dead, and Evil Never Dies) ; and the Jessie Cole novels (Her Last Day, Deadly Recall, Deranged, and Buried Deep). In addition to thrillers, she writes medieval time-travel tales, contemporary romance, and romantic suspense as Theresa Ragan. An avid traveler, her wanderings have led her to China, Thailand, and Nepal. Theresa and her husband, Joe, have four children and live in Sacramento, California. To learn more, visit her website at theresaragan.com.
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