About the book
Ooonagh O’Neil is back with another dark and chilling investigation…
͚Do that which is good and no evil shall touch you͛
That was the note the so-called Raphael killer left on each of his victims. Everyone in Glasgow –
investigative journalist Oonagh O’Neil included – remember the murder of three women in Glasgow
which sent a wave of terror through the city. They also remember that he is still at large…
When the police investigation into the Raphael killings reopens, Oonagh is given a tip off that leads
her straight to the heart of a complex and deadly cover-up. When history starts to repeat itself, it
seems the killer is closer than she thinks. Could Oonagh be the next target…?
Authentic and gritty, Keep Her Silent is a gripping and page-turning thriller that will leave you
breathless. Perfect for fans of Susie Steiner, and Karin Slaughter, Patricia Gibney.
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About the author
Theresa Talbot is a BBC broadcaster and freelance producer. A former radio news editor, she also
hosted The Beechgrove Potting Shed on BBC Radio Scotland, but for many she will be most familiar as the voice of the station’s Traffic & Travel.
Late 2014 saw the publication of her first book, This Is What I Look Like, a humorous memoir covering everything from working with Andy Williams to rescuing chickens and discovering nuns hidden in gardens. She’s much in demand at book festivals, both as an author and as a chairperson.
My first thought is I dislike the character Oonagh with a passion. She seems to evokenone of the darker emotions in me. Not to say that she isn’t well written I just couldn’t find her likeable and wanted to see if something would change her for the better.
The book itself was very good but not what I expected having not read anything about this author before or the characters
Even though the character I didn’t find redeeming it was a strong character who evoked such emotions which is the sign of a good book in my opinion.
The story was interesting and far more entertaining then I never imagined it would be. The time jumping caused some confusion as it did this frequently. It was handled fairly well just I get confused easier when I see this as it makes tracking the story slightly more difficult.
This is also a second book and I wanted to really try this author but without reading the first book you don’t get the proper buildup that would make the character easier.
A well thought out book that really pushes you and makes you work to find out what happens.