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  • Really enjoyed it!

    There isn't one thing that I didn't love about this book.. Victoria is a deditcated FBI agent, she doesn't really have friends, and hasn't made her condo feel like home even after living there for years.. The only thing she wants to do is help families find their missing children. When a young woman dissapears in her hometown of Manchester Minnesota and it seems like its just like how her own sister went missing 20 years earlier she knows she has to go home again.. This book had me guessing the entire way . Everytime I thought I knew who the killer was something came along and changed my mind, I had no idea what was going to happen from one minute to the next. I loved Will and Victoria they had the perfect amount of romance.. I also loved alot of the other characters even though I had no idea if any one of them could have been the killer. As soon as I finished the book I signed up for Roger Stelljes newsletter so I wouldn't miss the next book!

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  • A Cracking Opening Instalment

    Roger Stelljes kicks off a brand new series with Silenced Girls featuring FBI Agent Tori Hunter. Special Agent Hunter returns to her hometown of Manchester Bay in Shepard County, Minnesota for the first time in twenty years to investigate the disappearance of Genevieve Lash, a young woman who has vanished just like Tori's twin sister, Jessie years ago. She needs to solve a case that will force her to confront her painful past and question the motives of others she thought were friends. Shepard County Chief Detective Will Braddock, formerly from NYPD is not too keen to have Tori on his team, so she works alongside the police force and finds shocking similarities between Jessie's kidnapping and Genevieve's disappearance. The investigation soon finds her and the other detectives in danger. With its excellent plot and zippy pacing, I had difficulty putting this book down between chapters. Silenced Girls was such a compelling read, and I relished every moment. Special Agent Tori Hunter was really well-drawn, and I found her to be super-confident, with a huge personality though she was had a tendency to flirt with recklessness. This riveting, horrifyingly dark tale was emotionally very weighty and Roger Stelljes brilliantly showcased the emotional impact of the trauma experienced by the main character, Tori Hunter following her sister's abduction, driving her to find justice for the women and their grieving families. An absolutely cracking piece of crime fiction, chillingly and brilliantly delivered. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from Bookouture via NetGalley at my request and this review is my own unbiased opinion.

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  • Great new Lead for a strong new series

    I really enjoyed this new character from Roger Stelljes. Tori Hunter (not the former Minnesota Twin) is lured back to her home town of Manchester, MN after a women was abducted 20 years after her twin sister disappeared. Now with the FBI, Tori has dedicated her life to finding abducted children. She is career focused and doesn’t have time for anything outside of work. I really enjoyed the character of Tori as well as a number of the supporting characters in this book. It took a little bit to determine the responsible party, but I did. Even with guessing who it was, it still didn’t make the book less enjoyable or make me want to put it down. I am interested to see how Mr. Stelljes is going to continue this series with the way he ended it. If you like a good thriller set in Minnesota, this book will be right up your alley. Thank you to Net Gallery and Bookouture for a free Arc of this book for an honest review.

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  • Love A Good Mystery!

    Thank you to Net Galley and Roger Stelljes for the advanced copy in return for my honest opinion. Silenced Girls is available everywhere on November 11, 2020! Tori and Jessie were not only identical twins, but best friends. On the night of the Fourth of July, Tori and Jessie were out celebrating with friends - a last hoorah before college started. That night, at Jessie’s instance, Tori went off with her crush while Jessie continued the night with her friends. The next morning when Tori woke up she learned that Jessie never made it home and her car was found abandoned in a ditch with a flat tire – but no sign of Jessie. Cut to twenty years later on the Fourth of July another girl is reported missing - her car found hours later abandoned, in a ditch with a flat tire and no sign of a struggle. Tori, now an FBI agent living in NYC, receives an unmarked letter with an article of the new missing girl and a note from the killer – giving Tori no choice but to go back home and see if she can finally catch the person responsible for her sister’s absence. This was a fun read! I really liked seeing the main character back in her hometown, getting to catch up with childhood friends and see how much her small town had changed since she had been gone. I love a good mystery and started early on trying to pick up on any clues that would bring me closer to the identity of the killer. I enjoyed that there were multiple story lines happening all with a mystery to solve. Overall, this was a great read!

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  • A thrilling mystery

    When I was first given the opportunity to read Silenced Girls, I was unable to commit to reading it, which I was disappointed about. Everything about this book appealed to me, I mean just look at the cover for one thing! But as fate would have it, the stars ended up aligning and here I am now sharing this review on its publication day! The Silenced Girls follows FBI agent Tori Hunter as she returns to her home town of Manchester Minnesota, after being estranged from there for the last twenty years. She has been lured back to investigate the disappearance of a woman, but with it, comes painful memories of her past that are brought back up to the surface. I really liked the character of Tori Hunter and learning about her background, which involved the disappearance of her twin sister 20 years ago and how the case she is working on becomes entwined with that. She is complex and has a lot of layers to her, which I look forward to being peeled back in future books. I enjoyed Roger Stelljes writing which is very engaging and he has executed this story very well. The only thing I did find was that it could have been a bit shorter, but in the grand scheme of things, this did not take away from the strength of the story, its characters or the enjoyment of the book for me. Silenced Girls is such a good start to a new series and is a real page turner. It is a gripping mystery that is fraught with tension and suspense and with some twists and turns thrown in along the way, makes this an entertaining and enjoyable read.

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