Fear is Louder than Words by suspense novelist, Linda S. Glaz kept me turning pages until my eyes refused to stay open one more second. Rochelle Cassidy, a radio talk show host, who wants to do what she can to make the world a better place soon ends up constantly looking over her shoulder as her celebrity status draws attention from an angry listener who wants her dead.
Then Ed McGrath, a star hockey player who is content living the all-star, playboy athlete life until he rescues Rochelle in a parking garage after she is attacked.
Rochelle also gets involved with a maniacal doctor when she interviews him and others from his clinic in the interest of doing a piece on the doctor’s clinic on her radio show. He appears to be a perfect doctor helping couples achieve their dream children, but something keeps niggling at Rochelle’s mind. Then when something tragic happens to one of the mothers and another shares her tale of terror to Rochelle, her suspicions reach an all-time high.
I really enjoyed this novel by Ms. Glaz. The pages are filled with suspense, intrigue, and romance. There aren’t as many characters in the line-up as there are in Ms. Glaz’s novel, Blow Out the Candles and Say Goodbye, so I found it much easier to keep everyone straight and to follow the entire story line. I look forward to more books from Linda S. Glaz in the future.
2 thoughts on “Fear is Louder than Words by Linda S. Glaz”
Great selections of variety … When do you have time to reads, poetry and blog? You seem to do it all!
Thanks for stopping by for a visit and leaving a comment. Ha, ha! I read in the evening after dinner and/or
before bed. I still struggle to write poetry but continue to challenge myself to do it every Thursday, and I try
to create blog posts once a month and schedule them ahead of time, but if you’ve been visiting my blog
lately, you’ll notice that I have missed quite a few blog posts and am trying to make the time to get back
to it. 🙂