Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Don't Speak Book Review

So I have another interesting book to tell everyone about. It's called "Don't Speak" by J. L. Brown. It is quite riveting and keeps you on your toes with each chapter. If you are interested in murder mystery type of books then this would be a fun read. At first glance I wasn't sure if I would like the book, especially because the title and cover do not catch my eye. However it truly fooled me once I started reading. Kept me on the edge of my seat. It is very well laid out and keeps you aware of what's happening in the story. The only thing I kind of was disappointed about was the length of the chapters. The chapters were super short so that really threw me off. Other then that its a great read with giving you a great feel for the killer in the story and what he felt.

Here is a excerpt from Amazon:

The nursery rhyme was wrong. Words can hurt you.

Ambitious, twenty-something FBI Special Agent Jade Harrington cuts her vacation short to investigate the murder of a conservative radio personality only to discover that he may be the victim of a serial killer. Whitney Fairchild, the elegant and charismatic Democratic senator from Missouri, campaigns in a cutthroat race for president of the United States. Cole Brennan, the most popular conservative talk-show host in the nation, battles nightly to save his country and help the incumbent Republican president maintain his ‘inner conservative’ to win re-election.

The lives of Jade, Whitney, Cole, and the killer—who has an agenda of his own—are on a collision course. That course will not just impact them each in ways they could never have foreseen, but also the future of the United States of America. Amidst a backdrop of contemporary power politics driven by the influence of talk radio and social media, DON’T SPEAK thrills even as it explores many of the complex issues facing Americans today.

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