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The Silence book pdf download for free or read online, also The Silence pdf was written by Kendra Elliot.

Kendra Elliot has sold ten million books, been on the Wall Street Journal’s top ten bestseller list more than a dozen times, and is a three-time winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award.

She is a finalist in International Thriller Writers and a finalist in Romantic Times. She grew up in the lush Pacific Northwest, but lately she’s been spending most of her time on a warm beach and always wears flip-flops.

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A man is horribly murdered outside of Portland, and Detective Mason Callahan finds blood spatters that tell a disturbing story. The files reveal that the murder victim, Reuben Braswell, was a radical conspirator. Inside his home, investigators find pages of hate speech against law enforcement and links to Mason’s fiancée, FBI Special Agent Ava McLane. The victim was his informant and she had good reason to be paranoid.

To Ava, Braswell’s tirades were that of a tired, harmless man…until they collide with his investigation into the cop murders and the search for the connection becomes urgent. Meanwhile, Braswell’s brother and Ava’s twin go missing, and Ava’s personal life is affected by disturbing acts of sabotage.

For Mason and Ava, brutal crimes and widening mysteries create the perfect storm for a terrorist conspiracy that gets dangerously personal, one that has yet to claim its final victim.

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Kendra Elliot’s The Silence brings mystery and suspense to a romantic crime thriller set in Oregon. This is the second book in the Columbia River series, but it brings back characters from other series, as well as some characters from book one of this series.
Oregon State Police detectives Mason Callahan and Ray Lusco are called to the scene of a man brutally murdered near Portland. Files found in his office show that Reuben Braswell was a conspiracy theorist and disliked law enforcement. The documents also list names, including Mason’s fiancée, FBI Special Agent Ava McLane. When Ava’s most recent case connects to Masons, the story takes its course.

Mason and Ava are great leads. Both are strong and skilled at their jobs, but each has weaknesses that make them feel realistic. Ava’s relationship with her identical twin is a source of constant turmoil for her, and that is woven into the story. Mason is a few years older and has been through a painful divorce that gives him depth. I also liked that there was continuity with the first book in the series, with FBI Special Agent Zander Wells having a great supporting role in this book.

The overlapping cases make the plot suspenseful and very complex, as well as a quick and enjoyable read. However, it is somewhat exaggerated in its credibility. The romance takes a backseat to the police investigation and blends in well without distracting from the plot. There are no hot scenes in this book, but there is a lot of violence and some graphic descriptions and twists and turns that keep the reader guessing. As always, this author did a great job of making this reader feel like he was on the Oregon coast. There are also moments of levity that allow the reader to take a breather.

Overall, this was a compelling crime thriller that covered some very serious topics including murder, family relationships and cliffhanger, domestic violence, conspiracy theorists, hate, anger, and more. The emotion was maximum. This book can be read on its own, but the reading experience is enhanced by reading the first book in this series and the Callahan and McLane series. This is the second Kendra Elliott book I’ve read, but I’m happy to say I have four more and I can’t wait to read them. If you like crime and police procedural novels with a small dose of romance, then I highly recommend you check out this series.

Detective Mason Callahan and his partner Ray Lusco visit a crime scene that gets more worrisome by the minute. The mutilated and beaten victim was a radical conspirator who had explicit knowledge of a possible terrorist attack that Mason and Ray must now try to contain. As the danger around them increases, they are faced with the dilemma of having to be in two places at once. Meanwhile, Special Agent Ava McLane gets a surprise visit from the boyfriend of her troubled twin sister, who has no idea where she is, which is never a good thing when it comes to Jayne.

Although this is the second book in the new Columbia River series, FBI Special Agent Zander Wells is once again a fringe figure, working alongside Ava as they join the investigation of information found by her fiancé Mason.

After enjoying the first book in this new series, he was looking forward to the second and it was even better than he expected. Even though it’s been 4 years since Callahan and McLane’s last book, it’s only been a few months into their story and it was easy to go back to their lives like they never left. Throw in an appearance by Mercy Kilpatrick and for fans of Kendra Elliot, it’s like our Christmases all came at once.

The plot is excellent, it was surprising in many ways, and the true crime that Mason investigated was as gory and complex as usual for this author, and satisfyingly tight and flashy. It’s always a risky proposition to revisit such beloved characters whose stories have already been completed, but in this case it absolutely works from the first word. I loved.

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