Listen to the Silence by Marcia Muller

I read this book to relax me. Sharon Mccone ‘s father has died and she is responsible to settle his affairs. He left papers of her adoption. This news to her. Sharon begins to search her background. Hy tells her to listen to the silence when people talk to her about the time she was born. Her search takes her to Indian Reservations in Idaho and Montana. Will Sharon find her birth parents before she looses her life? I recommend all of this series.

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6 Responses to LISTEN TO THE SILENCE By Marcia Mueller

  1. Dagny says:

    I always read this series but then got busy and fell several books behind. Lots of changes in Sharon’s life over the years. My next one is a couple of books past this one, The Dangerous Hour.

  2. Dagny says:

    Have you read any of her husband’s books? (Assuming they are still married.) Bill Pronzini. He wrote the “Nameless” series. I really enjoyed them too, especially Shackles which really sticks out in my memory. They wrote one together. I think it is called Double.

  3. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for posting your review.

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