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In Staub's latest suspense novel (following last year's bestseller The Final Victim), four Massachusetts sorority sisters make a pact following the accidental death of their sorority sister, Rachel Lorant, on her birthday; together, they swear never to speak about what they saw that night. Ten years later, the women start receiving mysterious letters alluding to Rachel's demise. When one of the four is brutally murdered on the night of her birthday, the others begin to worry what their own encroaching birthdays hold for them. While police try to track down the murderer, our heroines hold tight to their secrets, even as they're hunted and killed one by one. By the time the past finally does come to light, it may be too late for one desperate survivor. Though her prose is strictly utilitarian, Staub keep things taut and unpredictable, changing perspective often and offering up a whole school of red herrings; capped with a gratifying conclusion, Staub's latest is a surprisingly effective thriller. (May)
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Wendy Corsi Staub is the author of ten novels of suspense, including the New York Times bestsellers The Final Victim and She Loves Me Not. She is currently working on her next suspense novel.
Another great book by Wendy Corsi Staub. I couldn't stop reading it until the end.Published 1 month ago by Kimberly Kniaz
What can I say.
This was one of Wendy's great mystery suspense stories.
I can't think of any thing she has written that haven't just love. Read more
Don't Scream by Wendy Corsi Staub is a fast paced suspense novel, with a serial killer on the trail of four sorority women. Fans of thrillers will like this the most. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Nolting
From reading the beginning I thought a little slow but the story and the character's kept me interested. There were good and bad with this story line. Read morePublished 9 months ago by kozettekaysmith
The book was good and kept me intrigued until the end. It was a great story and maybe my expectations were too high but the end felt like it was just thrown together. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Betty Ann Shelton