Don't Tell Anyone

Don t Tell Anyone Nearly lost in a fog of grief over the fatal stabbing of her daughter art historian Grace Neville feels only sorrow as Jordan Dukes is found guilty of murder Days after the sentencing Grace receives

  • Title: Don't Tell Anyone
  • Author: Eleanor Gray
  • ISBN: 9780738750224
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nearly lost in a fog of grief over the fatal stabbing of her daughter, art historian Grace Neville feels only sorrow as Jordan Dukes is found guilty of murder Days after the sentencing, Grace receives a visit from Jordan s father, who claims that his son is innocent and a grave miscarriage of justice has taken place Jordan s history of gang related violence and the factNearly lost in a fog of grief over the fatal stabbing of her daughter, art historian Grace Neville feels only sorrow as Jordan Dukes is found guilty of murder Days after the sentencing, Grace receives a visit from Jordan s father, who claims that his son is innocent and a grave miscarriage of justice has taken place Jordan s history of gang related violence and the fact that he doesn t have an alibi make his father s plea hard to believe But then why does somebody break into Grace s home and go through her daughter s belongings In Don t Tell Anyone, Eleanor Gray explores the relationship between a mother and a daughter, and the secrets that drive Grace to seek the truth no matter what the cost.Praise The disparate pieces of this intricately plotted mystery come together in a satisfying manner that will please readers of Ann Granger and Antonia Fraser Library Journal Eleanor Gray s Don t Tell Anyone is a book you ll be telling your friends about The voice and anguish of Grace Neville compels us toward answering the question we may have all wondered What if we don t really know the people closest to us Lori Rader Day, Mary Higgins Clark and Anthony Award winning author of The Black Hour and Little Pretty Things

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    1. Don't Tell Anyone is a decent read, a mystery/thriller, well-written, fast-paced and keeps you guessing until the very end. I thought the final mystery was a little too convoluted, but, as far as mysteries go, this was a pretty good book. Thank you to Netgalley and Midnight Ink publishers for an advance copy of this in exchange for an honest review.

    2. Novel received courtesy of First Reads GiveawayA teenage girl is murdered, her boyfriend convicted and locked up, that should be the end, but it's only the beginning. After Tara is murdered her mother is convinced that the wrong person has been convicted. As she discovers one small thing after another about her daughter, the big picture is almost more than a mother can bear. The visceral grief of this mother is what is often lacking in a murder mystery but Ms. Gray captures it vividly. At times [...]

    3. Grace Neville is coming to terms with the stabbing death of her daughter, Tara. At sixteen, Tara had only begun to live and love. Her boyfriend, Jordan, was accused of the murder, and convicted. He now resides in prison for the next 18 years.Out of the blue, Jordan’s father, Allan. comes to visit Grace. He is adamant that his son did not kill Tara. True he was mixed up in a gang. True he did things he was ashamed of. BUT he is not a murderer.Grace understands what he’s going through; afte [...]

    4. This Review was first published on: marelithalkink/Don't Tell Anyone is one of those books that you can actually tell everyone about. Most readers enjoy a good Whodunnit every now and then. Don't Tell Anyone is a decent mystery with a twist or two in the tail.Grace is devastated after the brutal stabbing of her only child, Tara. Her "almost picture perfect life if you take in account where she comes from" was already shattered three years ago when her husband, Archie, walked out on them for a yo [...]

    5. 3.5 FangsGrace Neville has lost her daughter. She hasn't even finished grieving for the loss of her marriage when her daughter is murdered, stabbed in a hotel room. Her ex-husband Archie left her three years ago for a younger woman, Kristina, but Grace has never stopped loving him. After the death of Tara, Grace has stopped living. Her grief is profound and never ending. She goes through the motions, including attending the trial of Jordan Dukes, the man responsible for her daughter's death. She [...]

    6. "When your child dies, hope and reason for living dies too." Grace Neville's daughter, Tara, was stabbed to death in a seedy hotel and the man responsible is behind bars. It's over, time to move on -- except that convicted Jordan Dukes' father, Allan, appears at Grace's door claiming that his son -- Tara's boyfriend -- is not the one who murdered Tara. It appears that both Grace and Allan are "victims of their children's bad choices" and soon they are both caught up in trying to figure out who r [...]

    7. This book was outstanding, it blew me away. I honestly can't say I couldn't wait to read this book, I just happened to stumble upon it on Netgalley and took a chance. I am so happy I did, because this book was everything!! From the plot to the characters to just everything, I loved itC REVIEW

    8. Don't tell anyone by Eleanor Gray is a mystery and thriller and general fiction (adult) read. Art historian Grace Neville watches Jordan Dukes sentenced for the murder of her teenage daughter, Tara. A few days later, as she attempts to come to terms with her loss, she receives a visit from Jordan’s father, Alan, who claims that his son is innocent and that a grave miscarriage of justice has taken place. Jordan’s violent history in a notorious gang, plus the fact that he doesn’t have an ali [...]

    9. This blurb is full of promises. A dead teenager daughter. A sentenced boy who might or might not be a killer. Justice gone wrong. Gangs. A search for the truth. A close look at a mother/daughter relationship. And most importantly: secrets.But the biggest surprise for me was that I finished this book.I admire authors who decide to make their characters unlikable. Most readers don't mind it and it is okay for me, as long as the protagonists manage to make me feel emotions, even though it is only a [...]

    10. This was a fast read that had me going back and forth with the motives and the "whodunnit." I rather liked it. The author, being English, definitely incorporated the language that made it interesting to compare what she said into what I know! The main characters were developed, however the revelation of who actually killed the daughter came fast. I appreciated the strength of the mother to pursue the truth about the murder without a lot of "that would happen" events. How I discovered this book w [...]

    11. This was quite a good mystery that certainly surprised me in parts. The author points you toward a few suspects but never really tips her hand, as far as I was concerned, at least. Well done mystery, good beach read.

    12. What if the police got the wrong person for murdering your daughter and they were now out to get you but you have no idea who it could be?Grace could finally hear the verdict on her teenage daughter's murder, condemning the girl's boyfriend to a minimum of 18 years. But his father shows up on her doorstep with arguments far more convincing than those used by the defense. She is surprisingly the only person who believes in him and his son. But who did it then?I believe this was a good story. It h [...]

    13. I really enjoyed this book. It flowed really well and had sufficient twists and turns to add interest, and the characters were believable.

    14. This was a quick read for me. I picked it up because it was one of Scribd's Selects for March. It was a really addicting thriller, but I can't say that I remember much of it now, three weeks after reading it!

    15. A woman goes through the harrowing experience of first learning that her daughter was killed and then sitting through the killer’s trial. Although the police deem the case airtight, later the mother must deal with certain unsettling facts that make her wonder whether the right person got tabbed with the crime. Author Eleanor Gray makes her thriller debut with the mostly satisfying book Don’t Tell Anyone. Grace Neville has lived through the worst life can throw at her. Her husband cheats on h [...]

    16. I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest opinion. With that said, I did not enjoy this book at all. After reading thrillers, such as My Girl and Behind Closed Doors over the last few months, I was really excited to read Don't Tell Anyone because I thought it would be just as intriguing as the books I've enjoyed. The synopsis hooked me from the start, promising to be another great psychological thriller, but sadly, I did not share the same enthusiasm for this b [...]

    17. Tara was thirteen when her father Archie and her other Grace are separating and Tara is furious until Archie brings up the fact Tara can come visit him at Kristine’s and will have her own room with a connecting bathroom and also have friends over for the night. Grace is devastated Archie is leaving to live with his mistress and Grace still loves her husband. Archie had rich parents and walked away to become a nurse and marry Grace and his parents disinherited him. Now Archie would be with his [...]

    18. thebookcoverjudge.wordpress.cIt is especially hard to discuss this book without giving away some of the surprises. I try very hard to keep reviews spoiler free, so I will remain as generic in my discussion as possible.This was a hard book to get through. I found the idea interesting — hello, family secrets! However, I was never actually drawn into the book. I found our main character, Grace, to be interesting and I felt so many feeling for her through her many levels of grief. And I supported [...]

    19. Grace Neville and her husband Archie divorced because Archie found a new, of course younger and prettier woman. Their daughter Tara, then thirteen, is really upset and angry but as girls in their teens do, seemed to come to terms with the new situation soon.What's left is Grace and Tara, when Tara is not with her father and his new wife, living in a small flat while Grace works in a gallery. She is an art historian and doesn't make much. Archie and Christine however, are loaded and they show it. [...]

    20. This was an average novel in all ways. There wasn't anything particularly unique about the story or the characters. Grace is obviously a mother in pain, and the author does a good job of depicting her grief. However, that's pretty much the only commendable thing about this story. Grace is constantly confused, and her naivety can become quite annoying; she just tells everyone everything, and believes the first thing she hears. It took a long time for the story to develop and for the truth to beco [...]

    21. I was given the opportunity to read this before its release through NetGalley and it wasn't a disappointment. The idea behind the book is that a woman goes through the stress and emotional trauma of getting divorced because her husband decides he is interested in another woman. A few years later their daughter is murdered and now this woman, Grace, is put into the position to figure out who murdered her daughter and how it is possibly tied to the woman that her husband left her for!This was a ve [...]

    22. If you like thrillers that leave you just enough clues to THINK that you have it figured out, then this might be the book for you. As I was reading, I picked up a few of the clues and I ran headlong into more twists. Most of the times I was right in my assumptions, but others, I was left saying: "Well, I'm an idiot." (3.5 stars.)Full review: ithinkihaveaproblem.webs/a

    23. I received this book from NetGalley and am so thrilled that I did. I have long been a fan of thrillers and this one really delivered. Poor Grace Neville has lost her husband and daughter - and has no life left in her. loosing a child is desperately hard and devastating and Eleanor Gray really described this with painstaking reality. Through all the twists and turns, Grace becomes stronger and seems to come back to life when she finds purpose in finding out what really happened. If you are a fan [...]

    24. I have to say that this is a decent mystery/thriller, although it did not keep me on the edge of my seat, biting my nails in anxiety. It did an okay job of keeping me bouncing between a few guesses throughout the book, and then, of course, in the end it wasn't what I expected. But, the big reveal was still pretty tame? It wasn't shocking or anything, didn't shake my world. My reaction could pretty much be summed up with an "oh". Nevertheless, I had fun taking guesses of what actually went down.I [...]

    25. I enjoyed this fast-paced mystery/thriller! From the very beginning you're thrown right into the suspense and not a dull moment follows. I liked Grace and the author does a great job of conveying her desperation and loss, but she is so naive and it was very annoying at times. The conclusion surprised and confused me, but not necessarily in a good way. It felt a little too random. Overall though, this was a fun and quick read.

    26. *Review copy received from publisher*Although slow paced this is a well-constructed murder mystery. Ultimately the writing style doesn't flow and is weighted with heavy-handed explanations. Although full of internal dialogue and interesting, quirky, gritty characters, I felt distanced from them and couldn't relate to their lives.

    27. I picked this up just to see if I would like it and after just a few pages- I knew I was in trouble--I did not want to put it down.Looking back gives us 20/20 Vision.We try to raise children the best way we can.We become victims of our children's bad choices.As she looks deeper, she gets deeper and deeper!!

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