Don't Tell a Soul

  • by David Rosenfelt
  • Narrated by Erik Singer
  • 7 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tim Wallace's wife died in a New Jersey boating accident several months ago, and the cops suspect Tim murdered her, though they have no real case against him.Now it's New Year's Eve, and his two best friends and business partners finally convince him to go out for the first time since Maggie's death. At their neighborhood pub just a few minutes before midnight, things in Tim Wallace's life go from bad to worse. "Can you keep a secret? A really big one?" a drunken stranger asks him. Before Tim can say anything or turn away, the man says, "You know Kinnelon, New Jersey? I murdered someone there. A girl...three months ago. I feel much better now. Now it's your problem." And he walks away.When the man turns out to have been telling the truth, Tim's life is put under the microscope by the cops, and this time they're not giving up. But neither is Tim. Eventually he realizes the only person who can figure out what's really going on is him - even if it kills him.

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The weakest of David Rosenfelt's works

I was very disappointed with Rosenfelt's latest book, a stand-alone from his Andy Carpenter series. The characters seemed to exist only on paper - I never shook the feeling that they were simply figures created by the author to mouth words written by the author. It also seemed odd to me that Rosenfelt would follow his most recent Andy Carpenter novel ("Play Dead")with another story involving an exploded boat and a missing-and-presumed-dead love interest of the lead character. I felt as if Rosenfelt wrote this book so he could follow an alternative storyline he'd had to leave behind in "Play Dead."
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- Deborah

Don't read this one, but...

I too, was terribly disappointed and I wish the other reviews had been up when I bought this. I got about half way though this and simply couldn't get involved enough to even finish it, which is really rare for me. I have read all the Andy Carpenter books and based on those I rate Rosenfelt as one of my top 10, fun, interesting authors. I adore his other books, but this felt like a weak attempt to emulate Harlan Coben (excellent books, though they can be somewhat dark & disturbing). I really hate to say it, but skip this one.
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- Austin gal

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-07-2008
  • Publisher: Listen & Live Audio, Inc.