The Woman Who Couldn't Scream - Christina Dodd

The Woman Who Couldn't Scream

By Christina Dodd

  • Release Date: 2017-09-05
  • Genre: Suspense
The Woman Who Couldn't Scream book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 38 Ratings)

The Woman Who Couldn't Scream Christina Dodd Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Merida Falcon is a world-class beauty, a trophy wife who seems to have it all…except she has no voice.

For nine bitter years, Merida lived to serve her wealthy elderly husband, never leaving his side, always doing his bidding…

On his death, Merida vanishes…and reappears in Virtue Falls with a new name, a new look, and a plot to take revenge on the man who loved her, betrayed her and walked away, leaving her silent, abused and bound to an old man's obsession.

But Merida faces challenges. Her school friend Kateri Kwinault is the newly elected sheriff of Virtue Falls. A chance meeting with her former lover intrigues him and brings him on the hunt for her, and meeting him face to face shakes her convictions. Will she have time to discover the truth about the events that occurred nine years ago? For someone in Virtue Falls is stalking women and slashing them…to death.

Danger closes in. Merida's fears build. There’s no one to turn to…no one she dares to trust. And she has to wonder—who is the killer stalking? Is he trying to silence forever THE WOMAN WHO COULDN'T SCREAM?

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User reviews about this book

  • A great suspense story

    By Rybecbensmom
    I enjoyed this book very much. I will admit I was unable to finish the previous book, Because I'm Watching, (not because it wasn't good but because I personally couldn't get into it) but I didn't let that stop me from reading this book. The Woman Who Couldn't Scream has a great suspense storyline plus more about Kateri's past. I can't wait to read more stories from Virtue Falls.

    By Lynn B888
    A suspenseful visit back to Virtue Falls, Washington! Old friends are reuniting, while new bonds are being formed in this town that's being suddenly ravaged by crime. A meth-cooking lunatic is on the loose and every time they think they have him cornered, he slips through their hands. As if that isn't enough, women are all of a sudden turning up dead in a horrifying way! The characters are fairly well developed, but there is a lot of them to keep track of, and several back stories being thrown our way as well to try to shift through as we take on this new mystery. Newly elected Sheriff Kateri Kwinault is finding herself overwhelmed within days of taking office. A manhunt is on, a killer is on the loose, and her own recent injuries and those of a dear friend are holding her mind and body down more than she would like. She has great employees surrounding her, a man or two interested in her and a whole town riding her to solve these crimes. New arrivals into town up the ante as more mystery starts to swirl and suspicions fly. Will the killer be caught before more bodies start to pile up?
  • Great New Addition to the Virtual Falls world

    By Lvbum115
    This might be my favorite in the series to date. It was as much about Kateri as it was Merida. I was so happy to get more of Kateri's story and see how and where she and Merida knew each other previously. Stag and Benedict are really strong men, supporting their equally strong women. There was a really interesting cast of supporting characters too, some familiar faces from earlier books. This can definitely be read as a stand alone, but the series is great and I would encourage you to read them all. And, I want to admit, I could not figure out the mystery, but once it all came together, I could look back and see how it all came together cohesively. This series just keeps getting better and better, which is saying a lot as they've all been good so far.

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