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  • File Size: 651 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Publication Date: May 24, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0052GP2XC
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #756,066 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Julia Madeleine is a thriller writer, artist, and entrepreneur living in Toronto. She owns a tattoo studio and works with her daughter, also a tattoo artist. She is the author of two novels and a collection of short stories. Her stories of mayhem and suspense can be found published around the net, one of which was nominated for a Derringer Award in 2011. Visit her at https://www.atomiccherrytattoo.com

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By thriller_fan on May 30, 2012
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This book was just okay--by no means Great. There was no closure AT ALL. I kept flipping pages thinking I may have been missing some pages. Left too many things unfinished. Could have been so much better.

Save your money--if it's free....may be good to kill some absolutly boring time!!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bkworm Bren on March 24, 2012
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Yes, this book was suspenseful (enough so, that I finished it rather quickly)! However, I just didn't care that the Jameson family was being threatened by cold-blooded killer Rory Madden, because I couldn't stand anyone in the family! I did like the baby Abigail and Duke, the Chocolate Lab puppy, (probably because they couldn't talk), but the human/adult people in the family were awful! Brett Jameson, the father, was a spineless wimp; Pamela, the step-mom was a bitchy tramp and Justine, the teenage daughter, was a whiny, selfish, spoiled brat. She felt that her parents were "out to get" her and her baby (Abigail) even though they(the parents)were uncomplainingly supplying them with a roof over their heads and food to eat! I hated the way Brett called Justine "Sweets" after she had thrown one of her many tantrums! I was happy to get to the (unbelievable)ending so that I wouldn't have to read about these people and their terrible problems ever again!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Allan Leverone on June 7, 2011
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Justine Jameson has her share of problems. She's a teenage single mother of an infant baby, recently moved back in with her father and stepmother after the failure of her relationship with the baby's father. Her parents' relationship is hanging by a thread, as is her father's business.

And that's not the worst of it. Justine hears things; voices in her head warning her of a horrible fate awaiting her child, warning her she is incapable of caring for a baby, making her fear for her very sanity.

When the dysunctional family buys a recently foreclosed home in a tiny, isolated New York town, things go from bad to worse for Justine. Her father works long hours attempting to save his business, her self-involved stepmother disappears for long stretches at a time, and Justine feels isolated and alone until she meets Rory Madden, a bad-boy Irish expatriate who sweeps her off her feet.

But Rory Madden may not be exactly what - or who - he appears. His past is one of violence and deception, and his motives are unclear, at least to Justine. When she discovers a strange text message on her stepmother's cell phone, a deadly chain of events is set into motion that threatens everything Justine Jameson holds dear, and death and destruction lurks around every corner.

NO ONE TO HEAR YOU SCREAM is Julia Madeleine's second book, and it is written with an eye for detail that draws the reader into the plot. As the wheels of apparent coincidence and ill will begin to turn faster and faster, the suspense builds until the reader is left turning pages in a breathless attempt to discover who - if anyone - will survive a violent showdown.

The characters are layered, developed fully and richly, and every one of them has a secret which influences their actions.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Angel on November 19, 2012
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Really enjoyed this book until the end. I was left wondering what happened to everyone? We know what happens to Rory although even that was weird. Had to give it only two stars because the ending was so horrible. It was as if the author thought..ok..done with that..tired of this book I will just end it. Not happy at all. I give credit where it is due but won't given credit to books that leave me hanging or confused.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Pohren VINE VOICE on May 15, 2011
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Amazing characterization, twisting plots and constant action will keep readers riveted to the pages of No One to Hear You Scream!

No One to Hear You Scream is a story of blackened innocent. Questions, doubts, revenge and lies. The "gray people" totally sent shivers down my spine as goose flesh prickled, the passion sent tingles and the murders ripped my heart into tatters. I have to honestly say that Julia Madeleine wove a perfect story to send my emotions on a roller coaster ride with no breaks.

I hate to admit this, but I felt such a controversial compassion for Rory, the "bad guy" of the book. I kept thinking to myself "This guy is bad. He kills people. Why do I feel for him?" Crazy as it sounds, there it is. Of course, I also felt a deep empathy for Justine, her life and her baby girl. With so many emotions packed within No One to Hear You Scream, there was never a dull moment.

In reality, the story, itself, is one that could easily happen anywhere, to anyone. It is real and deals with real people. The true possibility of the situations is one of horror, but not far fetched by any means. Perhaps this is one of the reasons it is such a captivating read. For lovers of suspense and thrillers, No One to Hear You Scream is a sure winner and a must read. This is Ms. Madeleine's second novel and I can't wait to read her first release, Scarlet Rose as well as her future releases.

To give readers a glimpse into No One to Hear You Scream, I wanted to provide a short excerpt from Chapter One:

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He spied movement from beneath her skull as a pool of dark red crept steadily across the hardwood. Could it stain? Too late, he realized. He should have planned this better, put down some plastic.
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