Tell No One
by Barbara Taylor Sissel
Pub Date 14 May 2019
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Their desperate secret. Her desperate search. A shattering truth exposed.
Caroline Corbett wants nothing to do with her father, Hoff, a man who abandoned her as a young girl and then vanished from her life almost thirty years ago. But when her beloved aunt expresses a dying wish to see him once more, Caroline, despite her failing marriage and other personal troubles, drops everything to look for him.
Harris Fenton found the father figure he’d dreamed of when he turned eight and his mother married Hoff—but his disappearance four years later left Harris with scars he carries even now that he is a father himself. While he has a beautiful family and a great job, he’s hiding a shameful secret and a nightmare from his childhood.
Caroline’s search for Hoff soon uncovers a host of disturbing clues and draws a threat of violence. Her mind churns with memories of her troubled history, while Harris is losing the battle against his own demons. But for both of them, dredging up the past will be dangerous, and confronting the truth could prove life shattering.
A Note From the Publisher
“Tell No One gripped us from the very first page. A buried secret and a daughter’s search for answers about her missing father lead us on a pulsing journey to discover the truth. A heart-thumping story and a shocking ending make Tell No One a must-read!” —Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke, bestselling authors of Girls’ Night Out
“Wow. Tell No One is a mesmerizing tale of recruiting scandals, infidelity, broken relationships and family secrets. With well-crafted characters and clever plot twists, Barbara Taylor Sissel has created a fantastic must read that will keep you glued to your seat from the first page until the last.” —Bette Lee Crosby, USA Today bestselling author
“Atmospheric, suspenseful, and shocking, Tell No One is the story of grown half-siblings, one who is searching for their long-lost father and the other who is trying desperately to forget his dubious role in their lives. Barbara Taylor Sissel weaves a gripping story rich in questions about terrible choices, painful secrets, necessary lies, and the depths we’ll descend to protect the ones we love.” —Linda Keir, author of The Swing of Things