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  • Paperback
  • 294 pages
  • Speak No Evil
  • Tanya Anne Crosby
  • 03 July 2016
  • 9781601831767

10 thoughts on “Speak No Evil

  1. Lynelle Clark Lynelle Clark says:

    Compelling Intrigue Tense is only some of the words I can use to describe this suspense filled romance The relationship between the three sisters the death of their mother and the budding romance between Christine and Jack offered this story a human depth Mingled in between the ongoing plot of mayhem heat and floods that build the suspension as people disappeared and bodies piled up Each sister had to deal with their mother's sudden death at her own peril The absence of a mother's love shaping each as they struggle with life and its battles Gripping this plot will keep you at the edge as you read about the twisted mind of a sick individual brutally torturing innocent lives for his own benefitWell written the characters played their parts each contributing to the story as it unfolds and you felt relieved when it was over Great characters each with their own personas that kept the story interesting and entertaining The seamless flow of words and scenes capturing your attention as the plot unfolds and you get a glimpse of the plot line Turning the pages as you wonder and enjoy the storyWell over is a figurative word in the sentenceI do not like cliffhangers and it left you with a few unanswered uestions Now I can not wait to get my hands on the next book A great story I can recommend to all who love suspense romance relationships and action


  2. Forgetfulone Forgetfulone says:

    For 99 cents this was okay; however I hated the ending Before I get to that it took about a third of the book to get to the meat of the story Also there was not enough backstory to explain the killer's motives or to explain previous murders he supposedly committed And why would he carry the heroine out of the burning fire that he started himself especially after summoning witnesses to the scene He had claimed he couldn't get caught so why would he set himself up for it? Worst of all there wasn't a true ending to the story there was a beginning to another story Needless to say I won't be reading it


  3. Julie Julie says:

    Speak No Evil by Tanya Anne Crosby is a Kensington publication This was a March 2013 releaseThanks to the publisher and Netgalley for the digital copy of this bookCaroline returns home to South Carolina after her mother's death She and her two sisters are stunned to discover their mother's will had a codicil that reuired them all to stay in S Carolina for one year to receive their inheritance Caroline will run the newspaper her mother owned The newspaper is a dying breed There is stiff competition and Caroline will learn some hard lessons about ethics and journalism Then there is Jack Caroline and Jack almost got married ten years ago Neither of them have really been able to move forward with other relationships Now that Caroline is having to see Jack face to face old feelings have begun to surfaceA young college student is found murdered and another child has been reported missing Caroline thinks the two cases could be connected Jack a cop isn't so sure He and Caroline butt heads over how to report on the case while at the same time they grapple with the feelings they have for each otherCaroline's two sisters also have issues they are dealing with Their mother was a driven career oriented woman that had also suffered greatly when her only son disappeared The girls had each other to cling to but over the years they grew apart Now each girl must learn how to deal with their mother's death and the new lives they want to start for themselvesThis was a really good romantic suspense novel I love the idea of coming home after an absence and reconnecting with family and friends and in this case the second chance at romance Caroline's heart is in the right place but like all of us she makes some regrettable decisions How she dealt with her mother's death was poignant She had feelings of walking in her shadow but also discovered her mother's sentimental feelings I could also relate to Caroline's having to deal with a new job and trying to put her own personal stamp on things while trying to appease long term employees The romance was also done perfectly Initially Caroline remembers the hurt Jack caused her but gradually she begins to put those feelings to rest Things don't go smoothly for the couple though I liked Jack and felt for him too He had a job to do and did the best he could using his experienceThe only thing I didn't like was how hard Jack could be on himself Hopefully if we get to bump into Caroline and Jack in the future Jack will have regained some of his confidenceThere was a good plot a nice balance between mystery romance and family issues Overall a solid A


  4. Tammy Tammy says:

    Wow This is the real deal ladies and gentlemen This was an edge of your seat thriller a real page turner The subject matter was a little dark and gruesome so its not for the sueamish The mystery was very well done and all the characters very well fleshed out The storyline grabbed you from the first sentence all the way to the last My only complaint is having to wait so long for the next book to come out This is an ABSOLUTE for romantic suspense readers


  5. Robin Tauer Robin Tauer says:

    No endingThis was a pretty good read until the big build up of suspense fizzled at the end Unless the next book in the series goes further into the motives of the killer this story has an abrupt and unsatisfying end The whole point to a thriller is the ah ha at the end and having everything tied up This one is all loose ends


  6. Karla Brandenburg Karla Brandenburg says:

    35 starsThe book was well written and the descriptions were vivid The relationships were relateable three sisters whose mother withheld their inheritances unless they lived together in the home they grew up for a period of one year a chance to reconnect The romance between Jack and Caroline was palpable but the part that annoyed me and this is probably a personal preference was seeing the killer's POV sporadically in case we didn't know he was out there I deduced a different ending but in reading the bonus material at the end I suspect the next book will address the alleged killer's arrest This book is recommendable nice romantic suspense


  7. T.J. Fox T.J. Fox says:

    There were things I really enjoyed about this and things that ended up being annoying because they hit on points that are kind of standard irritants for meCaroline’s character was flaky indecisive and yo yo’d on her feelings towards Jack to the point that it made it incredibly difficult to like her in any way Jack’s character didn’t seem all that genuine or believable to me He was pretty unprofessional as a police officer and after 10 years apart he still is absolutely in love with Caroline 10 years is a long time to be apart and still actually know the person People change at least a little bit in 10 years You would think that there would need to be time to get to know the person that they’ve become since you last saw or spoke to them It is even less believable when there was zero contact between the two of them in that entire time Both the wishy washy attitude and the long term distance but still love the person no matter what issues are things that kind of drive me nuts Fortunately the romance aspect of this story wasn’t the main focusThe rest of the story the suspense and murder aspects were much better presented I had a few issues with what seemed to be a smudgy timeline There were points where it appeared that a whole lot time had taken place between events then another event would happen that would make that timeline shrink considerably I’m not sure if this was an actual error or if it was just written unclearly but it was enough to pull me out of the story a couple of times to try and figure out what was going onWhile we got a resolution to the murders there were uite a few details that were left unfinished Again not sure if that was just a messy finish or if it is leaving the door open for book 2 to mess with what we got in this book I’m kind of thinking that it is the second option Actually I’m really hoping it is because that would make this as a series a whole heck of a lot interesting


  8. Nicole Laverdure Nicole Laverdure says:

    Intense and excitingI adored Tanya Anne Crosby's novel Speak No Evil of her Aldridge Sisters series This author knew how to get my attention from the beginning of the story by creating the mystery which surrounds the Aldridge family among which their mother Florence and her three daughters Caroline Augusta and Savannah A novel filled with mystery danger and passion that kept me out of breath I really loved all her characters in particular Caroline who is the heroine in this oneThe story begins at the funeral of their mother where three sisters see again each other at the ancestral house of the Aldridge family a house filled with secrets Caroline also has the opportunity to meet again Jack the man that she had once loved and left As soon as she sees him she still feels again some feelings toward him Let's mention that their mother was a very particular woman While reading their mother's will and testament Caroline learns that she will have to take control of Florence's newspaper Savannah to write a book and Augusta to restore the old house but to one condition that they live a whole year together in the their mother's ancestral home A series of kidnappings and murders will come to complicate their lives Will this arrangement unite again the three sisters and their family or destroy them? Will Caroline give a second chance to Jack? Will the murderer be discovered? Tanya Anne Crosby knew how to add suspense and intrigue to her story and create an expectation for her next novel Tell No Lies which will be Augusta's story I’m excited to discover who is the murderer


  9. Nicole Laverdure Nicole Laverdure says:

    Intense and excitingI adored Tanya Anne Crosby's novel Speak No Evil of her Aldridge Sisters series This author knew how to get my attention from the beginning of the story by creating the mystery which surrounds the Aldridge family among which their mother Florence and her three daughters Caroline Augusta and Savannah A novel filled with mystery danger and passion that kept me out of breath I really loved all her characters in particular Caroline who is the heroine in this oneThe story begins at the funeral of their mother where three sisters see again each other at the ancestral house of the Aldridge family a house filled with secrets Caroline also has the opportunity to meet again Jack the man that she had once loved and left As soon as she sees him she still feels again some feelings toward him Let's mention that their mother was a very particular woman While reading their mother's will and testament Caroline learns that she will have to take control of Florence's newspaper Savannah to write a book and Augusta to restore the old house but to one condition that they live a whole year together in the their mother's ancestral home A series of kidnappings and murders will come to complicate their lives Will this arrangement unite again the three sisters and their family or destroy them? Will Caroline give a second chance to Jack? Will the murderer be discovered? Tanya Anne Crosby knew how to add suspense and intrigue to her story and create an expectation for her next novel Tell No Lies which will be Augusta's story I’m excited to discover who is the murderer


  10. Lauren Lauren says:

    I loved this story It was full of suspense lots of mystery and a dash of some sexy The entire time while reading this book I was trying to guess whodunit but in the end I was wrong Or was I? You see once we reach the climax of this somewhat dark and twisty novel it seems that all uestions are answered But I feel that there is to this story than meets the eye Without getting too far into spoilers there is a specific part in the novel where the main suspect confronts Caroline He asks her to stop harassing him because she is keeping him from doing his job I have a feeling his job is not murdering women I personally think that he knows who is doing it and may possibly be following this nut job aroundThat is just my opinion on the matter and I'm sure in the end I'm probably wrong But that's the beauty of a mystery There are so many different angles and unless you're an actual detective which I am not you probably won't know what's going on until it happensI had so much fun reading this book and trying to figure out all of it's secrets before it came to an end I read it in one sitting in about less than 5 hours Such an easy read and can I just say that the writing was refreshing Just ahhhh It's nice reading a novel and not having to figure out what that mixed up word was supposed to beYou can bet the farm that I'll be reading the next installment Too bad it won't be around until SPRING


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Speak No Evil[Reading] ➿ Speak No Evil By Tanya Anne Crosby – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Lifting the veil of secrecy on a grand Southern family in decline author Tanya Anne Crosby explores the lives of Caroline Augusta and Savannah Aldridge three sisters who share a dark past and an uncer Lifting the veil of secrecy on a grand Southern family in decline author Tanya Anne Crosby explores the lives of Caroline Augusta and Savannah Aldridge three sisters who share a dark past and an uncertain futureCaroline Aldridge was surprised by the number of mourners at her mother's funeral Evidently the newspaper heiress who had caused her children so much pain was well loved by everyone else in Charleston Now she was gone leaving behind countless secrets and a few demands Caroline and her sisters must live together for one year or lose Speak No Kindle - their inheritance And Caroline must take over The Tribune But a killer is making headlines and Caroline may have unwittingly stepped into the crosshairsA series of kidnappings and murders resurrect the sisters' memories of their brother's disappearance as a child and Caroline fears she may be next Yet in the midst of her turmoil she may be rekindling a romance she'd extinguished long ago With Jack back in her life and the tattered bonds of sisterhood slowly mending Caroline hopes the family can restore its position in Charleston society unless a sinister force beyond their control tears them apart forever.


About the Author: Tanya Anne Crosby

Tanya Anne Crosby is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of thirty novels She has been featured in magazines such as People Romantic Times and Publisher’s Weekly and her books have been translated into eight languages Her first novel was published in by Avon Books where Tanya was hailed as “one of Avon’s fastest rising stars” Her fourth book was chosen to launch the com.