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Waiting on Wednesday: Walk Into Silence by Susan McBride

 "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that you are eagerly anticipating.

Today, I am waiting on:  
Walk Into Silence by Susan McBride

From amazon:
A woman vanishes from a Texas town. Did she simply run off, or is something darker at play?

When Patrick Dielman shows up at Detective Jo Larsen’s desk insisting that his wife, Jenny, is missing, Jo wonders if it’s a case of a bored housewife running away.

But as she digs deeper into Jenny’s life, Jo learns that Dielman keeps a stranglehold on the family finances, down to the last nickel, and that Jenny’s first marriage dissolved following the death of her young son. By all accounts—including her doctor’s—she never recovered from the loss. Between a controlling husband, a tragic past, and a callous ex-husband, Jo can’t be sure if she should suspect foul play or accept that the woman may have wanted to disappear.

For Jo, whose own demons are shadowing her every step, finding Jenny becomes more than the typical protect-and-serve.
So I love Susan McBride's Debutante Dropout mystery series -- it's one of those cozy mysteries that I am sometimes in the mood to read -- so I am definitely curious to see what she does with something a bit darker and more suspenseful!  Walk Into Silence is scheduled to be released on September 6, 2016, and I can't wait to read it!


  1. I don't mind cozy mysteries and this one sounds quite good, I will definitely keep this title in mind :)

    Thanks for sharing, here's my WoW!

  2. I love it when a go to author has a new release. It sounds like that is what this author is for you.

  3. This sound like her breakout from cosy mysteries and it sounds good. I'll look out for it. Enjoy.

  4. This sounds ... unexpected in the sense that Jenny's disappearance might've been deliberate. Hope it makes for a good character read! Here's mine:

  5. Now you have me wondering what happened to Jenny! Great pick!

  6. I don't usually read crime/mystery novels like this but that blurb has me thinking I should! Where's Jenny?! I need to know now! Great pick :)

    Here's my WoW.

  7. This looks like a really good mystery to curl up with on a rainy day. I will definitely be adding this to my tbr, thanks for sharing eva!
    here's my WoW!

  8. This sounds really good! And dang it you keep making me add more books to my TBR list!! LOL.

  9. You had me at "controlling husband." Those words made my red flags go up. Thanks for sharing....and enjoy. Here's mine: “THIS MUST BE THE PLACE”

  10. This sounds really great!! I hope you love it and thanks for sharing I'm headed now to add it on GR. :)

    1. How odd, I can't find it on Goodreads. :/

    2. I know! I don't know what's up but I wish I was more skilled at GR so I could request it be added!!

  11. This sounds very interesting Thanks for spotlighting it!
    Happy Reading! <a href="”>Dani @ Paulette’s Papers</a>

  12. This sounds pretty good. I love mysteries lately! :)

  13. I will have to check her cozy mystery series too. This one sounds great as well!

  14. oh I just adore a great suspense!!! I should pick this author up since I enjoy a good cozy mystery.

  15. Hmm... This probably isn't my usual kind of read, but I hope you love it! :D

    Here's my WoW!

  16. I haven't read any of Susan McBride's titles yet. Must correct this since this book sounds so good.

    Thanks for stopping by!

  17. I've not heard of this one! I don't read too many mystery/suspense novels but they intrigue me. I hope you enjoy this book when you get a chance to read it!

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Have a wonderful week. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  18. Haven't read anything by this author before, but this one sure looks deliciously dark and full of suspense :)) Hope you enjoy it!

    Thanks for stopping by my WoW :))

  19. I haven't heard of this series before! Hope that you're able to get ahold of it soon though. Thanks for visiting my WOW earlier!

  20. I haven't heard of this one but that cover is really intriguing!!

  21. I like a good mystery. I'm interested in seeing some reviews when it comes out!


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