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Publisher's Summary

Say No More: the thrilling next installment in Hank Phillippi Ryan's award-winning Jane Ryland series!
When Boston reporter Jane Ryland reports a hit-and-run, she soon learns she saw more than a car crash - she witnessed the collapse of an alibi. Working on an exposé of sexual assaults on college campuses for the station's new documentary unit, Jane's just convinced a date rape victim to reveal her heartbreaking experience on camera. However, a disturbing anonymous message - "SAY NO MORE" - has Jane really and truly scared.
Homicide detective Jake Brogan is on the hunt for the murderer of Avery Morgan, a hotshot Hollywood screenwriter. Her year as a college guest lecturer just ended at the bottom of her swimming pool in the tight-knit and tight-lipped Boston community called The Reserve. As Jake chips his way through a code of silence as shatterproof as any street gang, he'll learn that one newcomer to the neighborhood may have a secret of her own.
A young woman faces a life-changing decision - should she go public about her assault? Jane and Jake, now semisecretly engaged and beginning to reveal their relationship to the world, are both on a quest for answers as they try to balance the consequences of the truth.
©2016 Hank Phillippi Ryan (P)2016 Macmillan Audio
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By Josh on 07-13-17

Strong performance to match the writing

This is my first Hank Phillippi Ryan listen/read and I was mostly pleased with how she wove the narrative through characters compelling enough to follow carefully. It certainly helped that I live in Boston. Xe Sands did an admirable job with the male voices given her vocal range and was terrific with the female voices of all ages. Well done x 2.

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By Kathleen on 02-20-17

Unbearably Horrible Narrator

The narrator was so awful I had to quit during chapter 2. The voice was droning, faded in and out and never changed for any character. Unbearable.






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