Silent Suspect by Kerry Wilkinson Review

This is #13 in the Jessica Daniel series, but my first read in the series. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and would go back and read all the Jessica Daniel books. I feel like there were no spoilers from the previous books, it really stuck to the story at hand.

I really loved Jessica Daniel’s character, she was a very likable and strong character. She’s a Detective Inspector so this could be classified as a police procedure, but this particular book wasn’t since she was the suspect. She had to try to clear her name, there was quite a lot of action as well in this book, which I really enjoyed. It wasn’t an “edge of my seat thrill ride” but it was still very good, and I was captivated all the way through. So far, I’ve read two books by Kerry Wilkinson and I will read many more! Highly recommend.

Thank you to Bookouture for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.

It started with a phone call. Just one word – ‘Jessica’ – and now Detective Inspector Jessica Daniel has a big problem.

Her missing friend, Bex, called from a battered seaside payphone and yet, by the time Jessica arrived, there was nobody there.

One man claims he can help – but then he turns up on a beach stabbed to death.

Jessica believes someone must be framing her. Someone who is always a step ahead. When she finds a boy whose tattoo matches Bex’s, she becomes more desperate than ever for answers. But, with the police growing more suspicious, Jessica doesn’t have long to find Bex before she becomes the prime suspect for a murder.

With more than her career at stake, can Jessica clear her name – and find her friend – before it’s too late for them both? 

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