Melanie shops happily for supper the day after her return from her honeymoon but when she gets back from the supermarket there is someone other than her new husband waiting for her... and she won't survive the encounter to talk about it. Tanya and Dan, who have been married that day, slip back into town to enjoy the fun of Lafferton's "Jug" Fair. Also in the throng among the roundabouts and coconut shies are middle-aged Helen and Phil who are planning their wedding. And someone else. Someone bent on destroying happiness - and lives. Simon Serrailler is faced with a number of apparently motiveless murders. Could the link be love and marriage
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Someone who didn't purchase the unabridged Vows of Silence released on 5-4-09 would enjoy this book a lot more than I did.
When I saw this Susan HiIl book, with a release date of 12-9-11, I chose it immediately, thinking it must be the next in the Serrailler series. Once I started listening to it, I realized it was not new at all.
Both the 2009 and 2011 releases are listed as unabridged. Both have the same narrator. The first has a length of 9 h 59 min; the 2011 is 10 h 5 min. The cover photos are different.
Why are both on the site? Different release date and covers?
I feel ripped off and deceived.
I'm sorry to have to give the book one star, but I want to get the attention of other Hill fans so they don;t make the same mistake / aren't deceived.
The Simon Serrailer series is a well-written, engaging series of mysteries that feature interesting characters and enough suspense to keep you engrossed. But more than the mysteries, it is the characters themselves that keep me coming back for more.
I loved this book! It is a "police procedural", but there is so much more to it. It is the story of the of the Serrailler family. Their story is complex, interesting and moving. The author does an excellent job of describing the family members and the dynamics of their relationships.
A number of other characters are introduced and developed. One thing that kept me interested in the story was wondering what roll these people would play in the in the murders.
Simon Serrailler is fascinating. He is excellent at his job, but is also struggling to determine what he wants from his life.
The solution to these murders is in this book. What will happen in the life of the Serrailler's is an ongoing story. I'm looking finding out how that story goes in future books.
I have read several of these books "out of order". It hasn't made the books any less enjoyable. However, I expect I will listen to them more than once. When I do I will read them "in order".
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