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The Silent Child
- A Cora Lael Mystery 2
- Lu par : Lucy Scott
- Durée : 11 h et 42 min
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A murdered schoolteacher. A police force under attack. A teen hiding secrets beneath silence.
When a body is discovered at an abandoned Suffolk farm, DS Rob Minshull and the squad believes it’s the latest casualty of the drugs war terrorising rural communities. But when the victim is identified as a well-respected local teacher, the case is thrown wide open.
While they hunt the murderer, the South Suffolk CID team face a new threat. A brutal vigilante group dispensing their own twisted justice puts the investigation in grave danger, as well as the detectives.
Educational psychologist, Dr Cora Lael, is called into work with Lottie Arundel, a troubled teen who stopped speaking a year ago.
As Cora enters Lottie’s world, it seems that the teen’s silence might hold the key to the case. But as Cora and Rob work together to find a vicious killer, it’s clear that uncovering Lottie’s secrets will take Cora and Rob into the most dangerous of places – where the price to pay for the truth might be death...
The second book from MJ White, The Silent Child is a twisty, utterly unputdownable crime thriller. If you like James Oswald or LJ Ross, you'll love this.
MJ White is the pseudonym for bestselling author Miranda Dickinson. A six-times Sunday Times Bestselling author of ten books, MJ White has been shortlisted twice for RNA awards (for Novel of the Year in 2010 with Fairytale of New York and again in 2012 for Contemporary Novel of the Year for It Started With a Kiss).
She has been published in fifteen languages and has been a bestseller in four countries, selling over a million copies.
Cora is a character you won’t forget.
-- Steve Cavanagh, author of The Devil’s Advocate
A corker of a debut with a brilliantly drawn main character.
-- Simon Toyne, author of Solomon Creed
Touchingly compassionate, desperately exciting and achingly well-written... a superlative crime novel.
-- Rob Parker, author of Far From The Tree
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- Bella Rosa
I hope this is a long long series
Police procedurals with lots of moving parts are my very favorite subgenre of mysteries. I also pine for the days when paranormal didn't automatically mean shape shifters and vampires. MJ White ticks so many of my boxes with the Cora Lael series. Cora's sensitivities scratch my paranormal itch without being too over the top. The slow buildup of personalities on Minshull's team and the friendship between he and Cora hit all the right notes for me as well. I actually enjoyed the team drama more than the core plot, which wasn't hard to figure out. But, I'm in this series for the long haul, I love how it's developing. Lucy Scott did a fabulous job with the performance (although Tris possibly changed nationality for one scene) .