Eric Rickstad: The Silent Girls


 

The Silent Girls by Eric Rickstad, Book Review Murder In Common

 

Deer hunter, dart player

Retired detective, PI

FATHER

 

Frank Rath leads a quiet life with his daughter Rachel who is enrolled in university. Life as a single father, with a bad back and retired badge are his “now”. His world is somewhat solitary, but not unhappy. His daughter is everything to him.

Being asked by the local police department to help with a missing teenager is a game changer. What started as one, ends up as many.  It’s a dark, fanatical world Rath is delving into and it will alter his life dramatically.

There is a lot going on in The Silent Girls but it’s manageable. The plot is well constructed and laid out so there is never confusion. The book reflects life – with a when it rains, it pours.

~ June Lorraine

 

 

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4 comments

  1. I read this book quite some time ago and really enjoyed it.

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  2. Sounds like a good one. Love the cover!

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