Tuesday, March 11, 2008

No One Heard Her Scream

Today, I’m reviewing Jordan Dane’s thriller, No One Heard Her Scream. Check back tomorrow where I’ll be interviewing her. The Writer’s Chatroom is hosting a live “Launch P-A-R-T-Y!” on March 30th at The Writer’s Chatroom. Plan on stopping by to meet Jordan and you might win a copy of No One Heard Her Scream during the chat.

Jordan has added a contest to make things more interesting! If you have any questions for Jordan, just throw them in the comments today and tomorrow. Anyone leaving comments will have their names included in a drawing. Five winners from all the blogs on her Virtual Book Tour will win $20.00 B&N gift cards.

Now on to the review:

No One Heard Her Scream
by Jordan Dane
Avon Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780061252785
228 pages

Young girls are being abucted in San Antonio, Texas. One of them is the sister of SAPD officer, Becca Montgomery, who has become too intimate with the case. She is given an assignment where her emotional involvement cannot cloud her judgement.

The new case is an arson of a renovated historical building. A female skeleton is found bricked up inside one of the walls. Rebecca goes on the hunt to find out her identity and who bricked her up--still alive.

Upon discovering the girl's identity, Rebecca turns to pursuing the killer. Could it be one of the girl's brothers? How about the perverted rich man who previously owned the burned building and whose house the girl had visited? And then there's the rich man's two business associates, one of which is a sexy hunk Becca is attracted to.

This story is fast-paced and exciting. There's plenty of intrigue and twists to keep you reading throughout the night. It takes you into a world of decadence and depravity with human slavery at the center. You want those villains to get it in the end but there is a real possibility the good guys can lose. But do they? Read it and find out. Highly recommended.

1 comment:

Jordan Dane said...

Hey Kim--I think I was over on your LiveJournal blog this morning (the link that was used for The Writers Chatroom Virtual Blog Tour). It doesn't look like we're going to get any comments today, but I will check back later. Thanks for the invitation here.