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Even the darkest secrets can’t stay buried forever Five figures gather round a shallow grave They had all taken turns to dig An adult sized hole would have taken longer An innocent life had been taken but the pact had been made Their secrets would be buried bound in blood Years later a headmistress is found brutally strangled the first in a spate of gruesome murders which shock the Black CountryBut when human remains are discovered at a former children’s home disturbing secrets are also unearthed DI Kim Stone fast realises she’s on the hunt for a twisted individual whose killing spree spans decadesAs the body count rises Kim needs to stop the murderer before they strike again But to catch the killer can Kim confront the demons of her own past before it’s too late? Fans of Rachel Abbott Val McDermid and Mark Billingham will be gripped by this exceptional new voice in British crime fiction


10 thoughts on “Silent Scream

  1. says:

    I've been struggling to review this one as my feelings are all over the place This book was disturbing and horrifying just the way I seem to like them While it kept my attention throughout I had to read this in pieces as I wanted to pace myself on the graphic details and content matter I loved the character of DI Kim Stone This plot was complex and layered like an onion; as I kept reading I kept peeling away new levels to the individual case and to what I assume is part of the continuing storyline I always enjoy a strong female detective and this book did not disappoint I would highly recommend to those with a strong stomach and do not have trouble sleeping at night This hit all the feels for me with subject matter close to my heart as our family and extended family are adopted and came from situations very similar to those described in Silent Scream I found myself close to tears multiple times The story was complex but in the best way possible as it was fairly easy to follow and only added to the greatness of the story I'm excited to follow DI Stone and her team on to Evil Games


  2. says:

    Angela Marsons has produced a complex mystery thriller with many uniue and distinctive characters We are soon introduced to Detective Inspector Kim Stone who has no ability to hide her feelings She demonstrates persistent stubbornness is extremely pushy and barks orders to her team expecting them to jump straight away When a female has been found dead in a bathtub it’s just the beginning of baffling murders all taking place within a short period As each victim is assessed Stone’s team finds one thing in common; they had been employed at a children’s home now empty and abandoned Angela Marsons has received high praise for her novel which is first in a series No doubt many readers will continue to follow this fine author


  3. says:

    This is just an unbelievable debut thriller by British author Angela Marsons Her book reads as if she has been writing best sellers for years The action as well as the intrigue starts up immediately And I mean immediately as in the prologue Eventually we are dealt several murders occurring both 10 years previous and in the present We are gradually introduced to a large cast of characters all fleshed out to some extent making it easy to keep them straight The protagonist DI Kim Stone has had an extremely hard upbringing She is left with scars including minimal social skills yet she has a deep burning desire to come to the aid of suffering innocents Her zeal in this respect is somewhat uncontrolled which pretty much keeps her in the doghouse with her superiors On the other hand her team members have a deep respect for her and are extremely loyal and protective towards her Kim is damaged and her past is fed to us in small doses as the story of her challenge to solve the murders progresses I found myself intensely caring and rooting for herMs Marsons does a wonderful job not only with the protagonist but the supporting characters both good and bad We are able to get into their heads which to me always enriches a tale I also found the characters to be believable I particularly liked the close but nonromantic relationship between Kim and her partner BryantThere is a sinister air that pervades the book creating unrelenting tension for the reader Twists and turns abound as the deliciously complex plot unfolds There are 3 instances in the novel chapter 20 chapter 66 and one other section that actually gave me chills and goosebumps they were so terrifyingly sick As the story progressed my interest did not flag for one moment and the last 15% of the book was crazy good Even at 96% I was asking myself “what the hell is going on?” You will just have to experience it yourself to appreciate it I highly recommend Silent Scream to all thriller fans This is one not to be missed It will easily make my list of top 10 books of 2015 I have my eye out for the second book Evil Games in what I suspect will be an outstanding series


  4. says:

    Teresa Wyatt had the inexplicable feeling that this night would be her lastChills I was hooked after reading that sentence I don't want to say too much about this book as I feel it is best to go into this book not knowing too much about plot The brief synopsis is that human remains have been found at a former children's home Through the course of the investigation it becomes clear that the human remains may be connected to recent murders But how? Why? Plus young womenteens from the children's home disappeared ten years ago What's the connection?Lots of uestions went through my mind while I was reading this Who is the current killer? What is hisher motivation? Is this the same person responsible for the remains found at the children's home? Is there than one killer? Whose body was found at the children's home? DI Kim Stone is on the case and the reader knows early on that she has demons in her past Maybe it is just me but has anyone else noticed the trend to have female investigators have troubled pasts? Or perhaps maybe it is just coincidence that my book choices have contained these types of characters hmmmmThis is a book that had an I did not see that coming moment in it The reveal was well REVEALING Seriously I was shocked and I love when a book can shock me and yet have that shock be believable and make sense Whew Plus I really enjoyed how the book went back and forth in time Giving the reader glimpses into the past and back into the present investigation The changes in location and time flow very nicely and really help move the plot along and keep things interesting This is the first book in the series and the first book I have read by this author and it will not be my lastThere might be some scenes in this book which may be disturbing to some readers This book also deals with subject matter which may make some uncomfortable I don't want to give any spoilers but I am happy to answer any uestions as to what the subject matter may beRead of my reviews at wwwopenbookpostcom


  5. says:

    I sucked up every word of this brilliant novel it intrigued me from the word go I love it when I get a book that I can get lost in and read in one sitting this was one of those It's a good start to 2015 for this crime loving book lover and reviewerMany crime novels are a bit same same if you know what I mean it's kind of hard to add elements that make it stand out from the rest on the shelves Where I think Angela Marsons managed to do this is with her intense characters especially Detective Inspector Kim Stone SO well doneDI Kim Stone is not only a dedicated and passionate police officer but her character in the book is so fantastically deep and memorable It was easy to feel along with her think along with her and just really really like her I think she is one of my favourite new crime leading ladies I have come across for a while Some of the emotion coming off her in this book was tangible A very well written character Even the darkest secrets can’t stay buried foreverFive figures gather round a shallow grave They had all taken turns to dig An adult sized hole would have taken longer An innocent life had been taken but the pact had been made Their secrets would be buried bound in blood Years later a headmistress is found brutally strangled the first in a spate of gruesome murders which shock the Black CountryBut when human remains are discovered at a former children’s home disturbing secrets are also unearthed DI Kim Stone fast realises she’s on the hunt for a twisted individual whose killing spree spans decadesAs the body count rises Kim needs to stop the murderer before they strike again But to catch the killer can Kim confront the demons of her own past before it’s too late?The plot is brilliant in this novel It surprised me with the direction it took and the sheer emotion behind it all This is much than just another crime novel it's tackles issues that can really make you feel very uncomfortable I am a hardened crime and horror reader so hardened to difficult and gory moments yet scenes in this book whilst not graphic still disturbed me hugely This was mainly because of the way the author portrays the viewpoint of the killers How heshe sees the victim It left me angry saddened and all sorts of other feelings Pretty much the same as Kim Stone is feeling I was right with her in wanting to catch the bad guys let me tell you As and bodies are uncovered the book just gets better and better like a busy train intersection all the story lines and people in the book come together neatly at the end to give you the conclusion you have been begging for as you read along Now when did a crime novel ever reduce me to tears? Let me thinkummummnever But there is a particular scene in this book that is so touching such an outstanding piece of written fiction that contains so much human emotion and dignity that I had a little tear in my eye Essentially this book stirred a lot up in me The pace is enjoyable straight into the action and it doesn't slow down or let you go One of those books where I worked out some of the answers but not all so very satisfied A fantastic read that I really recommend whether you are a crime lover or not I will be looking out for writing from Angela Marsons for sureFive easy stars for Silent Scream This one would make a great movie I received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via NetGalley many thanks for the opportunity to review the book


  6. says:

    FootstepsI followed them back to this first book in the DI Kim Stone series I've lined all the rest up like jagged stepping stones They are beckoning to meThis is heavy weight subject matter presented here but it is Angela Marsons driving the bus She will lay it all out on the table without the overkill of muck and mire seeping into your socks You get it You know the depth to which the human mind can transcend This is Marsons' debut novel but you already feel the vibration of something grand about to happen from the first page onwardDI Kim Stone is called in when the body of a headmistress is found under the water of her bathtub No casual bubblebath here Someone has also set fire to the front of the building to tidy up any loose strings that may lead to the killer And this killer possesses all the uick steps to stay ahead of Stone More bodies turn up But this killer has never taken into account that Stone can make connections like a bloodhound on steroids Angela Marsons ensures that the reader is totally engagedKim Stone herself is a product of a children's home gone wrong wrong Her antennae jets out when things just don't jive That's why this debut novel removes any doubt of what has previously transpired in Stone's life It was the way she always handled things The bad things were packed away in boxes and sealed shutThere is to Kim Stone than just perusing the surface She definitely has staying power to which the next books in this series will contribute to I highly recommend Angela Marsons and her stellar writing ability The insertions of the killer's reflections is like a pinwheel that keeps spinning and spinning blurring things at first but bringing a creep filled closing at the end


  7. says:

    A traveling sister read with my 2 favorite Canadian sisters Norma and BrendaA wonderful start to a very successful series from Angela Marsons We had a great time trying to stay one step ahead of all the twistswe weren't very successful But had so much fun along the way with our midnight chat sessions 2am for BrendaBefore we reached the end we were already ueuing up book 2For our full traveling sister review please visit Norma and Brenda's blog


  8. says:

    In part this book's series of crimes reminds me of Agatha Christie's ABC Murders I understood how frustrated the cops were including resident heroine Kim Stone about how they aren't able to apprehend the murderer yet they need to discover the next body to have fresher cluesIn a scenario that would make Anita Sarkeesian nod a series of murders occur those of a lot of women who are the victims Will Detective Kim Stone solve the murder and stop a sicko from perpetrating a myriad of cruel misdeeds?See this is the type of book that embrace their cliches and try to subvert those cliches to commit to paper a breathtaking story that will come out smelling of roses when drawn in comparison to its competitors This is the first series written by Angela Marsons She is very prolificso let's hope the uality in her first book stays the same in their seuels


  9. says:

    Amongst my Goodreads friends I have only seen good comments on this author's books so I had to give her a try starting with the first book in the series of course And it was excellentI took to the main character Detective Kim Stone immediately She is feisty and smart and never lets anyone score a point over her Her offsider DS Bryant is her perfect foil I enjoyed their friendly dialogue especially since there is no romance involved to mess things upThe mystery is good and ends up uite convoluted as they seek not just a murderer from the present but also one from the past The final solution is very cleverly done and totally unexpected I especially enjoyed all the police work and forensicsDefinitely a page turner and an excellent first outing for Kim and her crew I will certainly be reading


  10. says:

    I received an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review Many thanks to Netgalley and BookoutureAll I can say is that this crime novel “Silent Scream” by Angela Marsons was amazing and I was very surprised to see that this was her debut novel As an avid reader of crime suspense mystery psychological thrillers I will say that this is the BEST novel in this category that I have read this year If I hadn’t had other obligations I would have read this novel in one sittingA headmistress is found strangled to death but her death is one of many Then human remains are found on the grounds of a former children’s home Crestwood and then D I Kim Stone assigned to the case is on the hunt for a killer who’s been active for years but in doing so she will have to come to terms with her own pastKim would not fail these girls because damn it they mattered to someone They bloody well mattered to herIn this very dark and atmospheric police procedural the author has done a fantastic job of creating characters that are real and totally believable with all their faults and merits We can totally relate to Kim and we are drawn further into the story I love the way Kim's own past is revealed over the course of the book information is disclosed on a need to know basis So many twists and turns to this novel and the ending will have you in awe I also like that there is a balance between the crime investigation process and the character portrayalEven the darkest secrets can’t stay buried foreverFive figures gather round a shallow grave They had all taken turns to dig An adult sized hole would have taken longer An innocent life had been taken but the pact had been made Their secrets would be buried bound in blood Years later a headmistress is found brutally strangled the first in a spate of gruesome murders which shock the Black CountryBut when human remains are discovered at a former children’s home disturbing secrets are also unearthed DI Kim Stone fast realises she’s on the hunt for a twisted individual whose killing spree spans decadesAs the body count rises Kim needs to stop the murderer before they strike again But to catch the killer can Kim confront the demons of her own past before it’s too late?They all shared a secret but was it worth killing for?I expect great things of Angie Marsons and I can't wait to read the next in the series “Evil Games” I will read anything by this author She is that good