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No One Left To Tell (No One Series) Mass Market Paperback – April 29, 2008
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"No One Left To Tell is another gripping novel from Jordan Dane. No One Left To Tell gives fantastic perspective into the villains' minds while the suspenseful storyline and intense leading man held me riveted to each page. Raven is tough and yet feminine and Christian is mysterious, vulnerable and very sexy. I am a big fan of Jordan Dane's descriptive writing style and intriguing stories. I'm looking forward to her next novel!" -- --Nannette--www.joyfullyreviewed.com
"No One Left To Tell was a pleasure to read. The suspense was to die for and the romance super steamy. Dane's dark humor kept me laughing while the tension had me on the edge of my seat. The characters were unforgettable and the plot fresh and enjoyable. Dane has become a definite auto-buy for me. I give this fantastic book a 4 1/2." -- --TOP PICK 4.5 HEARTS Wendy, Night Owl Romance Reviews
"Rising star Dane really showcases her talents in this second of her three back-to-back releases. The characters in this gritty tale are vivid and real, with emotions that range from love to twisted evil. As happens all too often, secrets don't stay buried--but they sure make for riveting reading!" -- --TOP PICK 4.5 Stars--Jill M. Smith, Romantic Times Magazine
About the Author
Ripped from the headlines, Jordan Dane's gritty suspense plots weave a tapestry of vivid settings, intrigue, and dark humor. A thrilling ride of mystery and suspense–all in the first degree! She's a member of Romance Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the International Thriller Writers. Jordan and her husband share their Oklahoma residence with an intelligent canine and two cats of highborn lineage.
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Detectives Raven Mackenzie and Tony Rodriguez are assigned the murder case and the trail leads them straight to Dunhill Corporation and its owner, Fiona Dunhill. Fiona insists on a joint investigation with her head of security, Christian Delacorte, and she has the political clout to ensure it happens. Raven has to wonder what secrets Fiona and Christian are hiding, particularly as the investigation soon turns deadly in a much more personal way. Will the dark secrets of the past come out if there is NO ONE LEFT TO TELL?
Jordan Dane juxtaposes lightness and darkness throughout NO ONE LEFT TO TELL. Some of the scenes are quite graphic but the brutality is tempered by a sense of hope and rebirth. Second chances are a key theme of Jordan Dane's work and this is ever-present in NO ONE LEFT TO TELL. No matter how much a character veers towards evil or good, each character is given an opportunity for a second chance, even perhaps redemption. Jordan Dane shows true brilliance with her intricate storyline and deep rooted emotional themes that are sure to resonate with the readers.
Jordan Dane's characters always walk the knife edge in their quests to do the right thing. Christian in particular is a haunting figure, a man filled with mystery and intrigue. Raven is far more open but her attraction to Christian puts her in the dubious position of being caught between the career she loves and the man she is starting to love. The emotional rollercoaster that both these characters take the reader on can be almost overwhelming in its intensity.
NO ONE LEFT TO TELL is the sophomore effort from an author who is quickly showing she is a force to be reckoned with.Read more ›
Christian DeLaCourte is the Head of Security for a well-known female crime boss. Promising to help the police with their investigation, he soon finds himself being looked at as the possible murderer. Most of the pieces fit into the puzzle, with the exception that he didn't do it.
Faith DunHill has so many secrets buried, she is afraid to dig them up to the present. Scared, she leaves suddenly, going into hiding, leaving Christian to deal with everything. While she is away, however, Christian does some investigating of his own and soon unearths a shattering secret of Faith's. A secret that has Christian questioning his own mortality.
The action heats up and soon Raven finds herself crossing paths with a heartless killer. If he succeeds, there will be NO ONE LEFT TO TELL.
Full of adrenaline-filled action, gritty and real characters, and a plot full of suspense, NO ONE LEFT TO TELL will have you on the edge of your seat. Highly recommend this new suspense author!
*Note- the book ends as the next will begin. No One Lives Forever will pick up where No One Left to Tell leaves off. So if you are one of those reader's who can't wait - you might want to wait until you have both before you begin !
But the investigation leads to dangerous territory. The man worked for one of the top crime bosses in the city, who is also female, Fiona Dunhill. Fiona, feeling the heat, takes off and disappears to parts unknown, leaving her head of security, Christian Delacorte, to deal with the aftermath.
Plagued with nightmares of a childhood trauma, Delacorte faces his fear of the dark daily with an exercise where he is blindfolded, using all of his other senses to detect everything around him. After the slaughter of his parents and sister, Fiona had taken him in and took care of him. But this time, even Christian's loyalty to Fiona is tested. Memories begin to surface in his nightmares, and Raven is sure that this who fiasco is because of his past.
The more the memories surface, the more Raven is determined to help Christian solve it, and the case. Things turn ugly when the shooting starts and her partner is put out of commission. Christian doesn't like what he remembers of his past, and with Raven getting under his skin, he is determined to deal with it - and keep Raven out of danger. But someone has other plans.
The killer is now fixated on Raven. She is the very image that he likes, and the whole thing tastes even better to him once he realizes that Raven's father had been one of the first officers to ever arrest him, the first officer to see `dead grey eyes'. But now he's out and revenge tastes all that much more sweeter when Raven is thrown into the spotlight.Read more ›
In Dane's second offering, she displays every hallmark of becoming one of the great authors of our time. Her characters are believable in thier strengths, weaknesses, personalities, and quirks. Friendships, romances, and adverserial relationships are portrayed in a realistic fashion that makes you like the good guys and love to hate the baddies. Protagonist cop Raven MacKenzie and her partner Tony have an especially nice relationship, a teasing friendship without a hint of sexual tension, so true of best friends of the opposite sex.
As Raven investigates a murder (where paintballs play a pivital role), she is forced to team up with Christian Delecorte, a good guy who hates the cops with good reason (or are his reasons good?). As in her first novel, Dane throws many twists and curveballs our way, presents a budding romance, and an intruiging mystery.
If her future books prove to be half this good, they're to be read on prinicple alone. Dane knows how to tell a story and keep you absorbed from beginning to end. You root for the characters you're meant to root for, hate the ones your meant to hate, and just plain aren't sure how to feel about the ones you're meant to be uncertain about.
Another wonderfully engaging offering by an author who promises to keep us entertained for years to come.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dane's writing is disjointed and rambling. I had ahard time keeping posted on the happenings and people.Published on July 13, 2014 by Frank R. Stokes
I bought this book because of so many five-star reviews. I realize we all have different viewpoints on books but I can't help but think friends and family of Ms. Read morePublished on November 28, 2010 by A. LaMattina
In my opinion--and I have won writing awards, myself, so it must count for something :)--Jordan Dane is one of the most skillful writers around. Read morePublished on November 19, 2010 by Louise Pledge
Let me keep this simple. I own all of Jordan Dane's thrillers. I have read ALL of them at least twice. And I'm very much looking forward to the next. Read morePublished on January 6, 2009 by Ray Baisden
Christian started out to be a bit mysterious but unfortunately, that aspect of him disappeared. Raven was all right, but I found it appalling that she - as a professional cop -... Read morePublished on August 25, 2008 by Cameo
Both Christian and Raven carry wounds from their childhoods--Christian suffering horrific tragedy at the hands of the police and Raven losing her father, a police officer, to an... Read morePublished on June 17, 2008 by Brenda B. Wallace
After reading "No One Heard Her Scream" I had hoped the next effort was more than mediocore. Not so! Read morePublished on June 10, 2008 by Carol J. Ramirez