Silencing Eve : Eve Duncan

  • by Iris Johansen
  • Narrated by Elisabeth Rodgers
  • Series: Eve Duncan
  • 12 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When it comes to Eve Duncan, never say never…Is she dead or alive? That is the question on everybody's lips. Eve appears to have been the victim of James Doane, the psychopath who kidnapped her and forced her to use her skills as a forensic sculptor to reconstruct the skull of his depraved son. That's what everyone attending her funeral thinks, at least. But not even some of her top-brass colleagues know for sure whether her death is a hoax - a way to ensnare her brutal captor once and for all. But even if Eve really is still alive, how much longer can this charade continue before she falls into even greater danger? CIA agent Catherine Ling will waste no time trying to find out. Years ago, Eve risked everything to help Catherine find her missing son. Now Catherine, along with Eve's beloved Joe Quinn and Jane MacGuire, will go to the ends of the earth to save her.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Loved how she brought back old characters..

Where does Silencing Eve rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I read a lot of bad reviews about this series but I really enjoyed it. She brought back characters from her past book and we even got to meet some new. (Zander) I enjoyed the series and it was worth the money for 3 books.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?


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- michelle

Extreme Hyperbole & Unsophisticated Dialogue

I have read and reread the readers' reviews of this series. I just don't get it! How could this series have so many fans?

Without judging the whole series, I assert that this book is not well written. Virtually every conversation is heated, almost every interpersonal relationship contains some sexual tension, every decision is critical ... there is no flow, no rhythm, there are no calm and easy moments.

I particularly dislike Johansen's use of dialogue. It is awkward and unsophisticated; it made me think of a high school student who - having read some excellent mysteries - tried to imitate professional style but failed.

The narrator made a mediocre book worse. She uses her voice to distinguish between accents (Scottish voice is well done, for example), but she doesn't do a good job distinguishing between three American women's voices. I struggled to keep up ("Who said that??").

A waste of money, in my opinion. Blech.
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- Polly

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-01-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio