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No One to Hear You

By: Samantha Hayes
Narrated by: David McAlister,Dianna Bishop,Willow Nash
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Summary

You try to tell the truth. But there is no one to hear you.

Mary Marshall would do anything for her daughter, Julia. A devoted grandmother to Julia's children, she's always been the rock her family can rely on. Until now. Mary has a past Julia knows nothing about, and it's come back to haunt her. 

Julia's husband, Murray French, is walking a tightrope. A solicitor struggling with an alcohol problem, he's about to lose his wife and his children to another man: someone successful, someone they deserve. Someone who's everything he's not. Can he ever get his family back?

Just when Julia thinks life is starting to turn around, she stumbles upon the brutalised body of a girl she teaches. And as the terrible present starts to shed light on her mother's past, Julia realises her family's nightmare is only just beginning....

A chilling, twisting and completely gripping psychological thriller with a jaw-dropping twist from Samantha Hayes, the best-selling author of The Trapped Wife and Date Night.

©2008 Samantha Hayes (P)2009 Isis Audio

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"An emotional thriller that'll keep you on the edge of your seat." (Look)

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Each of the narrators made the characters so real that you were carried through the intriguing storyline with ease and became totally immersed . Thoroughly enjoyed

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The narration was great but the story was just unbelievable and the characters unlikeable. I usually like Sam Haynes' books so disappointed with this choice.

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Have enjoyed the other Samantha Hayes books & was excited to listen to this one, especially given the other reviews. Feel like I’ve listened to a different book! Silly story, all characters unlikeable & gave up before finishing. Will be returning this book

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  • Michael
  • 23-02-21

Don't Do It -- Just Don't!

I usually love Samantha Hayes books. This one was full of characters who make bizarre and unbelievable decisions. The whole premise and all the twists and turns seemed manufactured, not at all believable. Yes, I realize it's a novel, but there has to be a semblance of "this could happen". The main female character was weak and dependent and basically stupid. The narrators of Mary and Murray were really good, but by the end I didn't want to hear their voices because of what they were saying. Basically by the end I was hate listening just to confirm my suspicions that it really wasn't going to get any better. Skip this book and buy Until You're Mine, which was smart and clever and really really well done.

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  • Monkey-sue
  • 24-08-22

I was warned

the book starts out so intriguing.... they were really great parts. I started to think that the critics review was just somebody who didn't appreciate the writing. and then the book went South so fast and it never stopped. all I can say is Ugh!!