The Silent Sister

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$19.00  $17.67
St. Martin's Griffin
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5.4 X 1.0 X 8.2 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author

DIANE CHAMBERLAIN is the international bestselling author of twenty-three novels. She lives in North Carolina with her partner, photographer John Pagliuca, and her shelties, Keeper and Cole.


"The Silent Sister is a powerful and thrilling novel. This tautly paced and emotionally driven novel will engross Chamberlain's many fans as well as those who read Sandra Brown and Carla Buckley." --Booklist

"Hard to put down." --Better Homes and Gardens

"A compulsively readable melodrama." --Kirkus Reviews

"Chamberlain's powerful story is a page-turner to the very end. A must for all mystery lovers and those who like reading about family struggles." --Library Journal

..".the readers of this tale will be surprised and shocked by the unveiling of a truth that they will never guess up front. Chamberlain has written an excellent novel with well-thought-out plotlines that never lose the suspense lover's interest for one solitary second." --Suspense Magazine

"A tense story with plenty of twists...Riley's world gets rocked and the readers' will be too." --The Parkersburg News and Sentinel

"This story had so many amazing twists and turns that I felt like I was right alongside Riley on her adventure to find her sister. And the way everything unraveled and came back together had me turning pages late into the night." --Tara Hans in First for Women

"Secrets make for the best mysteries, and Diane Chamberlain's The Silent Sister is no exception to this rule." --Campus Circle

"Great characterization, an excellent amount of taut suspense... If you're a whodunit fan, in fact, you might find The Silent Sister to be perfect." --North Dallas Gazette

"Chamberlain's timing is impeccable, and the reader is never left dangling on a plotless page." --O. Henry magazine

"The Silent Sister hurtles toward a surprise ending that's almost as much as a shock as the climax of Gone Girl-and, since Chamberlain is writing this, a lot more positive." --Wilmington StarNews