Don't Tell A Soul

Don't Tell A Soul

Book - 2008/06/24
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When a drunken stranger confides in him that he had killed a young woman some three months earlier, Tim Wallace, already suspected of having murdered his wife, suddenly finds his life put under a microscope by the police.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2008/06/24
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312373955
Branch Call Number: M ROSENFELT
Characteristics: 306 p.


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Apr 18, 2018

I found this to be an entertaining crime thriller. I have enjoyed Rosenfelt's series with Andy Carpenter (and Tara!) so I wanted to see how his stand alone novels compare -- I wasn't disappointed at all. I like the fact that there is plenty of suspense without a lot of gore!

Apr 07, 2013

It was a very good book - action, etc. First of his books that I've read and would most likely read another by him.

Gail215 Dec 12, 2012

A major disappointment, as it's not a bad story. As mentioned, when you think about it, there are a lot of holes in the plot, with far too many connected insiders. The denouement is really weak and not too plausible either.
Am sure we have enjoyed a few of the Andy Carpenter titles some time ago.

Oct 13, 2011

Kept me awake until 4:30am since I just couldn't put it down. Highly entertaining.

May 18, 2011

This book is very entertaining and fast-paced. If you don't think much about the plot, it's okay, but when you start taking a closer look you can easily find many instances where events don't make sense


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