This novel is based on actual events.
One close-knit family. Too many secrets.
When detective Jack Ryder is going skiing with his family in the mountains of North Carolina, he hopes for a week of fun in the snow with the ones he loves.
But then the body of a teenage boy turns up in the cold waters of the creek behind the cabin they have rented.
Don’t tell or you might be next.
The find shocks the rural community of Maggie Valley and rattles local law enforcement. What happened to the boy is more than strange.
Soon more bodies are found, and Jack Ryder digs into the case that seems to be anything but ordinary. What happened on the night that Benjamin Rutherford disappeared from the porch of his childhood home? Is his father — the local pastor — telling the truth? Is his sister?
As Jack digs deeper into this seemingly perfect family, he begins to wonder if any of them are what they pretend to be and what secrets they are hiding beneath the surface.
DON’T TELL is the seventh book in Willow Rose’s bestselling and addictive Jack Ryder series but can be read as a standalone.
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Willow Rose is a multi-million-copy best-selling Author and an Amazon ALL-star Author of more than 60 novels. Her books are sold all over the world.
She writes Mystery, Thriller, Paranormal, Romance, Suspense, Horror, Supernatural thrillers, and Fantasy.
Willow’s books are fast-paced, nail-biting pageturners with twists you won’t see coming. That’s why her fans call her The Queen of Scream.
Several of her books have reached the Kindle top 10 of ALL books in the US, UK, and Canada. She has sold more than three million books all over the world.
Willow lives on Florida’s Space Coast with her husband and two daughters. When she is not writing or reading, you will find her surfing and watch the dolphins play in the waves of the Atlantic Ocean.