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The Silence: Silence By Charles Maclean,

  • Title: The Silence: Silence
  • Author: Charles Maclean
  • ISBN: 9780061012334
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tom and Karen Welford live in a fairy tale existence a successful marriage wealth good looks a beautiful child and Edgewater, their sprawling estate on Long Island s exclusive Gold Coast But beneath this veneer of carefree gentility, the Welford s are playing out a sordid tale of dark obsessions and double lives, of sadism, addiction, and abuse.Worst of all their liTom and Karen Welford live in a fairy tale existence a successful marriage wealth good looks a beautiful child and Edgewater, their sprawling estate on Long Island s exclusive Gold Coast But beneath this veneer of carefree gentility, the Welford s are playing out a sordid tale of dark obsessions and double lives, of sadism, addiction, and abuse.Worst of all their little boy has been scared literally speechless by what he has seen.Drawing strength from a secret lover, Karen tries to flee her husban twisted tyranny and put the madness and deception behind her.But she needs money for her escape.So Karen turns to a shadowy figure who, unbeknownst to her, harbors plans to ensnare all three husband, wife, and lover in a fiendishly clever trap that will turn them against one another, and lead to blackmail, betrayal, and murder.
    The Silence Silence Tom and Karen Welford live in a fairy tale existence a successful marriage wealth good looks a beautiful child and Edgewater their sprawling estate on Long Island s exclusive Gold Coast But beneath t

    One thought on “The Silence: Silence”

    1. This was a pretty fast book that kept me eager to read Threw me off at one point thinking it was going to go one way but went another and absolutely loved the ending

    2. A pleasantly twisty pulpy noir, The Silence is a quick read and mildly entertaining It doesn t grab you the way Maclean s The Watcher does, but the characters are reasonably well fleshed out, and, appealingly, none are particularly likeable Reading along as the double and triple crosses unfold is good fun but be advised that no new ground is covered here.

    3. Couldn t really get into it fully like I do with some books but it was still a good read and I enjoyed it

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