Sunday, December 3, 2023

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Release Blitz: Silent Death by Mariëtte Whitcomb

Title: Silent Death
Series: Death Trilogy Book 2
Author: Mariëtte Whitcomb
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Cover Design: Jabber Media
Release Date: November 15, 2023




★★★★★ "Don't start this book if you have plans, you will want to cancel everything until you finish it. Dive into the intense world of Maddie and Clay as they fight for justice. Just remember to breathe while reading, the intensity will make you forget!!" - Natalie Harp
★★★★★ "The intensity in this story is non stop and as soon as you think you have it figured out there's another twist." - Tonya Stokes


Two years ago, five women went missing. Last year, ten disappeared. Both times, it happened in December.

Now it’s December again, and five more have vanished. To social worker, Madison Taylor, the women are not only her clients. They are her friends. Despite the recent discovery of the remains of five females, the police continue to be unhelpful because of the lifestyle the missing women lead.

Even after Madison is attacked and threatened, she stays determined to uncover the truth. How does her attacker know about the monster from her past? Madison’s identity was never made public.

Is this the work of a serial killer or something more horrific?


Momma says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐
Silent Death follows social worker, Madison Taylor and is the second in Mariëtte Whitcomb's Death Trilogy. It's a good combination of psychological thriller and crime thriller/procedural, and it even has a bit of romance. There is a lot going on, and I'm being nitpicky here, but I'd have liked it to be a little less busy, maybe a little slower-paced at times. Not because it isn't good, but because I kind of felt like I was missing out on some nuances of the story while I was trying to keep up with the rest. That said, I still really liked the book, and I'd certainly recommend the trilogy. 







Mariëtte Whitcomb studied Criminology and Psychology at the University of Pretoria. An avid reader of psychological thrillers and true crime books, writing allows her to pursue her childhood dream to hunt criminals, albeit fictional and born in the darkest corners of her imagination.

When Mariëtte isn't writing, she reads or spends time with her family, friends, and her two the miniature schnauzers.



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