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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Review: The Silent Girl - Tess Gerritsen



Are you a fan of Tess Gerritsen's series "Rizzoli and Isles" ? Have you read the books or followed the TV Series - or like me done both ? Get ready for Tess's latest crime novel to hit the library shelves "The Silent Girl".
Review; The Silent Girl - Rizzoli and Isles Series #14 - Tess Gerritsen- 2011
If you are like me then you are a huge Tess Gerritsen Fan and have or been dying to get your hands on her latest The Silent Girl - I know I have. It's been months since I first put my name on the waiting list at the library but it has finally arrived and I read it in one day :). The Silent Girl features three different time periods. The first is Nineteen years ago , when it was said that a Chinese cook named Mr. Wu went on a killing spree in a Chinatown restaurant and murdered five people and then shot himself dead , the second is a time period unknown when a girl is being followed and given an important task to avenge the death of her parents and the final timestamp is seven years later when our novel is set and a girl is found dead on top of a Chinatown building. Are all these deaths connected ?? and is Mr Wu , truly innocent ? . As the novel goes along we discover that the set-up of a murder/suicide was not the case and that after the death of the five people , two of their daughters went missing - are the cases connected and if so , who is wanting to remind them of the past and what really happened that fateful night nineteen years ago ? .  The Silent Girl does and proves what Tess does best with providing the readers a great thrilling and suspenseful filled read. In other news, we discover that Frost was married to Alice and his now undergoing a separation , Jane is married to Gabriel and has a two and half year old Daughter named Regina , Maura has adopted the houseguest of Rat Perkins who saved her life in Ice Cold and it seems Angie - Jane's mother is about to marry Korsack.
Find out all this and more in The Silent Girl by Tess Gerritsen , a novel worth reading.


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