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BOOK REVIEW: DON'T TELL A SOUL
BY DAVID ROSENFELT

We hope you enjoy this book review by Patricia Reid.



Maggie Wallace loses her hat and Tim Wallace loses Maggie. Maggie and Tim are a happily married couple. Tim takes Maggie out on his boat for the first time. Normally Tim went on his boat alone or with his close friends Danny and Will but he has never taken a woman. He proudly shows Maggie his boat which he has renamed The Magster, his nickname for Maggie. The two are having a wonderful time until Maggie’s hat blows away and she insists that Tim chase the hat. Tim dives off the boat to retrieve the hat and that will be his last memory of Maggie. The boat explodes and Maggie’s body is never found. Tim is rescued but winds up in the hospital.

As tragic as these circumstances are and as deep in despair as Tim is this is only the beginning. The police suspect that Tim murdered his wife. There is no proof and Tim passes a lie-detector test but Detective Jonathan Novack is not convinced of Tim’s innocence and will take every opportunity to say so.

Tim is owner of a successful construction company that is currently building a Federal Center that would be so secure that terrorists would not have a chance to penetrate the building. Tim spends his time at work, at home with his dog, and missing Maggie.

On New Year’s Eve his friends finally urged him to get out and meet them for the evening. Tim gave in but from that night on his life would change dramatically for the worst. A drunk approached and whispered to Tim that he had committed a murder and even gave Tim details. When Tim went to the police, Detective Novack was determined that Tim had actually committed the murder and set about to prove it. More and more coincidences kept raising the suspicions that Tim was a violet and destructive man.

Tim has finally decided to hire a lawyer and fight back. The story is exciting and terrible to think that a plan so devious can be thought out and executed to such an extent. Don’t Tell A Soul is a real thriller.

REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID

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