Silencing Eve

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Silencing Eve

Eve Duncan Series #18 / Eve Trilogy #3

Silencing Eve is the third installment of Ms. Johansen's Eve Duncan trilogy and the 18th in the overall series. The twists and turns will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end of the book. This is the second time a book from Ms. Johansen has made it tough to get through the last chapter because she caused me to cry. Whenever an author can bring the reader to such a strong emotion I feel it is a great book. This is a series that I have followed from the start and I can't wait to see what else Ms. Johansen has in store for Eve Duncan.

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Doane has set up an explosion in order to convince everyone that Eve and he were killed. Thanks to Margaret's strange ability to understand the thoughts of animals, her friends and family know they are still alive. In order to make Doane think he is safe they hold a service for Eve. Doane still needs Eve to not only finish the reconstruction of Kevin’s skull but also to use her as bait to drawn Zander to him. There is more on the line than just saving Eve. It seems that Doane wants to finish Kevin's work. But Doane is not the only one who wants it done. Eve's family and friends will have to use all of their knowledge to find Eve and stop a madman.


Book Blurb for Silencing Eve

#1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen is back with the shocking conclusion to the latest Eve Duncan trilogy.

This is the finale that fans have been waiting for.  In Taking Even, the game began.  In Hunting Eve, the chase was on.  Now, in Silencing Eve, the prey is cornered.  Will Eve Duncan survive?  Will those she loves take the fall with her? And will the secrets of Eve’s past ultimately become her undoing?  In Silencing Eve, all the questions will be answered in a shocking, you never saw it coming conclusion.

Iris Johansen’s 2012 trilogy, Eve, Quinn, Bonnie was a phenomenal success, reaching number one on bestseller lists nationwide.  Now, with this newest trilogy, the stakes are even higher because it’s a question of capture and escape, hunter and prey, life and death.


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2013 4.00