Not A Word by Stephanie Black

November 18, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Not A Word by Stephanie BlackNot A Word
Author: Stephanie Black
Genres: Suspense/Thriller
Format: Audio, eBook, Print
Pages: 272
Date: November 1, 2016
Publisher: Covenant

Everybody has a secret.

Psychologist Natalie Marsh is a pro at keeping secrets. Two years ago, Natalie’s dying mother disinherited her and left everything to her sister. Still dealing with the pain of rejection, Natalie struggles with feelings of envy and discomfort toward coworker Skyler Hudson, her late mother’s trusted therapist who knows the worst of the family’s rift.

As fresh personal challenges begin heaping on top of professional ones, Natalie’s best friend, Camille, confides that she thinks someone is stalking her. Natalie suspects that stress, not a stalker, is shadowing Camille—but Camille’s fear only continues to grow when the widow of a local businessman starts whispering that her husband was murdered. Soon a shattering crime proves the danger is real.

But when tensions rise and everyone has something at stake, is there anyone Natalie can trust? Or will she fall victim to a killer who will do anything to keep secrets hidden?

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About Stephanie Black

Stephanie Black is an LDS suspense author, mom of five, and avid procrastinator. She is a four-time Whitney Award winner for Best Mystery/Suspense Novel, and was a Whitney Award Finalist for Best Speculative Novel. She has written eight novels and had novellas included in two collections.


One response to “Not A Word by Stephanie Black

  1. Mara Harvey

    Natalie Marsh is a psychologist whose life is about to get completely turned upside down and she’s not going to know who to trust. I’m not saying anything else about that because I don’t want to accidentally spoil it for anyone. There are a lot of twists and turns in the story.
    There are quite a few characters in this book and as you read you find out their lives are intertwined more than you originally thought they were. I liked Natalie’s character–she’s easy to like. I didn’t like her sister, Andrea, at all. A couple of characters surprised me and at one point I wondered if everyone but Natalie was crazy. I was completely shocked to out who did it.
    Another great suspense/thriller from Stephanie Black. I didn’t want to put it down.

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