The Silent Sister Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
"You don't deserve a sister...."
Lizzy Beresford is at home alone when she finds a chilling letter in her kitchen. Someone has been into her home - someone who wishes Lizzy harm.
In her little country cottage, with her doting boyfriend, not far from the close-knit village, Lizzy can’t imagine who might want to hurt her. But when the threatening letters keep coming, she starts to suspect everyone around her.
Desperate, Lizzy reaches out to her sister, Emma. They haven’t spoken in years, not since the argument that tore them apart.
But what Emma says shocks her to the core:
"I’ve been receiving letters too...."
From the best-selling author of The Secret Mother and The Child Next Door, this absolutely enthralling psychological thriller will keep you guessing with every heart-stopping twist. If you loved Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train, and The Sister, this book is for you.
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 16 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||July 09, 2018|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #31,141 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#918 in Psychological Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#2,913 in Suspense (Audible Books & Originals)
#3,226 in Psychological Thrillers (Books)
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Lizzy lives with boyfriend Joe. An incident involving him and Lizzy's sister Emma drove a wedge between the siblings many years before. As she receives more sinister messages and starts to fear her life is in danger, Lizzy doesn't know who to trust. Could Emma be behind it all? Or Joe? And what about her neighbours?
I love the author's seemingly simple but effective style of writing that grabs you from the start. I will admit I had a good idea who the culprit was, but didn't predict the final, jaw-dropping twist. A must-read.
Top reviews from other countries
From the moment I started this read, I knew that I would not put my kindle down until I had finished it. Lizzy was like quite a few girls that you walk past every day, a lovely character, who was happy with her life. She loved her boyfriend and spent every spare moment with him. When she found the 1st letter she shrugged it off and whilst it bothered her she carried on with her life. It was not until the situation worsened that she began to worry and her imagination went into overtime. Joe her boyfriend got my back up from the moment she mentioned the letters to him, whilst he showed concern, he blamed her and as the story continued you realise he was controlling and had his own secret. Not only did Lizzy have to deal with her stalker, she also had to deal with multiple thefts in the shop she was running and a strained relationship with her sister, who she had not spoke to in over 5 years.
As I have already mentioned this was a page turner, and throughout I was trying to guess who was sending Lizzy the letters. What didn’t help was that the author threw in a handful of characters that were close to Lizzy and I was slowly ticking of their motives in my mind. This story was well planned and flowed seamlessly. There were enough twists so not to make the story overcomplicated and even when the author revealed the full story she still managed to surprise me at the end. There were concerns when the cat was mentioned and I was holding my breath whilst I read the scenes about Frank.
Whilst I have quite a few of these authors books on my kindle this was the first one that I have read. This is a must for lovers of psychological thrillers.
Lizzy beresford lives with her boyfriend joe in a small cottage. She loved her home, loved her boyfriend and loved her job. Until one morning she comes downstairs and finds a letter stuck between the floor boards. The unsteady feeling someone has been in her home makes her feel uneasy. Then more letters and occurrences happen. Now lizzy is fearing her life. Lizzy suspects everyone. Lizzy reaches out to her sister Emma when Lizzy gets another letter but with Emma’s name on. Emma revealed she’s getting letters too.
Loved this book so much
I really got to like Emma. She’s a young lady, who is busy managing a shop.
She has a boyfriend who lives with her, and a cat she adores.
Somebody posts a letter through the door. Yes, it was strange. Yes, she felt threatened. Yes, she panics if home alone.
Further on in the story, other things start to happen. She reports everything to the police. There’s no evidence.
Couldn’t put this book down. I was suspicious of everybody. And what a shock!!!