Sound of Fear
by Marta Perry
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In Amish country, keeping secrets is a dangerous habit
In Echo Falls, a small Amish and English community in north-central Pennsylvania, isolation builds a strong sense of community-and a dangerous habit of keeping secrets.
The foundation of Amanda Curtis's existence cracks when she learns that the woman she thought was her mother never gave birth. Where does she belong? The clues lead her to a charming yet chilling small town.
Echo Falls and its people are Trey Addison's to protect. He was born to take his place in the family legal firm, but now a stranger desperate to unlock her past depends on him. Trey faces an impossible choice: If he doesn't protect Amanda, she'll walk into a deadly trap. If he helps her expose the secrets that haunt her, the truth could shatter them both.
Marta Perry writes "chilling, deceptively charming romantic suspense [with] a nice sprinkling of Amish culture."-Library Journal
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|Release Date:||October 31, 2017|