Locked in Silence

  • by Sloane Kennedy
  • Narrated by Michael Pauley
  • 8 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

I’ve spent years hoping someone would finally hear me. It’s easier not to try anymore....
10 years after leaving his small Minnesota hometown in his rear view mirror for what Nolan Grainger was sure would be the last time, life has decided to throw the talented musician a curveball and send him back to the town he lived in but was never really home.
At 28, Nolan has traveled the world as a successful concert violinist with some of the best symphonies in the country. But success breeds envy, and when Nolan’s benefactor and lover decides Nolan has flown high enough, he cruelly clips Nolan’s wings. The betrayal and ensuing scandal leaves the violinist’s career in shambles and with barely enough money to start fresh somewhere beyond his vindictive ex’s powerful reach. But just as he’s ready to get his life back on track, Nolan gets the call he’s been dreading.
After a stroke leaves his father a partial invalid, duty-bound Nolan returns to Pelican Bay and a life he’s spent years trying to forget. When he’s forced to use the last of his own money to keep from losing the family home, desperation has him turning to the one man he’d hoped never to see again....
Even if I could speak, there wouldn’t be anyone there to listen....


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Simply outstanding

I loved reading this book but listening to Michael Pauley bringing Nolan and Dallas to life brought it to a new level. A really outstanding and solid job from Michael on one of Sloane's many great books.
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- Lusitania

Brilliant story, but better in print

I've read this book before so I know I love the story, and I've listened to Michael Pauley narrate before, so I know I like his narration... but the two did not mix well here for me. The narration was too wistful and at times contemplative, when I thought it needed to be still with emotion but stronger. Ironically, I thought Maddox, Isaac and Newt came across great, and even the sheriff was sheriffy - it was just Nolan and Dallas that didn't mesh for me.

That said - the story was utterly brilliant.
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- Becky L

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-12-2017
  • Publisher: Sloane Kennedy