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April 5, 2017

Say Nothing Paperback Amazon £8.99

On a normal Wednesday afternoon, Judge Scott Sampson is preparing to pick up his six-year-old twins for their weekly swim. His wife Alison texts him with a change of plan: she has to take them to the doctor instead. So Scott heads home early. But when Alison arrives back later, she is alone – no Sam, no Emma – and denies any knowledge of the text …The phone then rings: an anonymous voice tells them that the Judge must do exactly what he is told in an upcoming drug case and, most importantly, they must ‘say nothing’.

powerful, tense breakout thriller about a close-knit young family plunged into unimaginable horror.
A judge and his wife twins are kidnapped from school. As Sam and Emma leave school at the end of the day, the car looks like their parents car and the woman in the driver’s seat looks like their mum, but they are being kidnapped. The parents are put through an ordeal if they want to see their children again, say nothing. A story filled with tension throughout and with twists in and with tears at the end.



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