Unspoken

Unspoken

Lisa Jackson / Jun 17, 2019

Unspoken In a gripping novel of atmospheric suspense from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson a woman returns to her Texas hometown to confront deadly lies The town of Ba

  • Title: Unspoken
  • Author: Lisa Jackson
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  • In a gripping novel of atmospheric suspense from 1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson, a woman returns to her Texas hometown to confront deadly lies. The town of Bad Luck, Texas, is home to all kinds of secrets Shelby Cole had her share, before she left to start a new life After almost ten years away, a mysterious package arrives at her Seattle home In a gripping novel of atmospheric suspense from 1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson, a woman returns to her Texas hometown to confront deadly lies. The town of Bad Luck, Texas, is home to all kinds of secrets Shelby Cole had her share, before she left to start a new life After almost ten years away, a mysterious package arrives at her Seattle home There s no return address, just a photograph of a little girl Shelby knows immediately that this is the daughter she was told died at birth and that going back is the only way to discover what really happened.Shelby isn t the only one coming home A long ago killing is in the news again, and Ross McCallum, the man who made a nightmare of Shelby s past, has been set free because of recanted testimony Is he baiting her, or has someone else lured her back to Bad Luck for their own twisted purpose Shelby s inquiries about her baby are met with stonewalling and hostility Her only ally is Nevada Smith, the one time bad boy of Bad Luck Nevada was the arresting officer in that decade old murder case Now he s a suspect Though shocked by Shelby s reappearance, and her revelation about the child he knew nothing about, he ll do anything to help find their daughter But searching for answers draws them into a terrifying scheme, where unspoken truths will drive a killer to brutal revenge Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 336 pages Expected publication March 26th 2019 by Kensington Publishing Corporation first published November 1st 1999 More Details Original Title Unspoken ISBN 1496717295 ISBN13 9781496717290 Characters Shelby Cole, Nevada Smith Other Editions 14 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Win a Copy of This Book Unspoken by Lisa Jackson Author Release date Mar 26, 2019 ENTER FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A COPY OF UNSPOKEN BY LISA JACKSON In a gripping novel of atmospheric suspense from 1 New York Times bestselling author ENTER FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A COPY OF UNSPOKEN BY LISA JACKSON In a gripping novel of atmospheric suspense from 1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson, a woman returns to her Texas hometown to confront deadly lies.The town of Bad Luck, Texas, is home to all kinds of secrets Shelby Cole had her share, before she left to start a new life After almost ten years away, a mysterious package arrives at her Seattle home There s no return address, just a photograph of a little girl Shelby knows immediately that this is the daughter she was told died at birth and that going back is the only way to discover what really happened.Shelby isn t the only one coming home A long ago killing is in the news again, and Ross McCallum, the man who made a nightmare of Shelby s past, has been set free because of recanted testimony Is he baiting her, or has someone else lured her back to Bad Luck for their own twisted purpose Shelby s inquiries about her baby are met with stonewalling and hostility Her only ally is Nevada Smith, the one time bad boy of Bad Luck Nevada was the arresting officer in that decade old murder case Now he s a suspect Though shocked by Shelby s reappearance, and her revelation about the child he knew nothing about, he ll do anything to help find their daughter But searching for answers draws them into a terrifying scheme, where unspoken truths will drive a killer to brutal revenge Enter Giveaway Format Print book

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jun 10, 2013 Janie Johnson rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves 2013 challenge, lisa jackson I generally love Lisa Jackson books I think she is a great writer and one of my faves She writes great romantic suspense thriller But this one was just ok for me The plot was great, but it felt like so much romance played into this one And I am not big on romance It seemed like the book revolved around a love hate triangle that it did the mystery.I did not really connect to any of the characters I thought Shelby, the lead character was ridiculously weak in many areas and I did n I generally love Lisa Jackson books I think she is a great writer and one of my faves She writes great romantic suspense thriller But this one was just ok for me The plot was great, but it felt like so much romance played into this one And I am not big on romance It seemed like the book revolved around a love hate triangle that it did the mystery.I did not really connect to any of the characters I thought Shelby, the lead character was ridiculously weak in many areas and I did not care for her because of that There were some twists in the story, but one of them was never explained which I felt really needed to be It made the story feel a little sloppy.Either way, it was an ok read, just not great like so many of her others are It was maybe a little disappointing as well flag 4 likesLike see review View all 10 comments Feb 15, 2015 Becky rated it it was ok review of another edition Okay, I m still reading this book but there are a few things that are really annoying me 1 for a book written published in 2012, I can t figure out why the kids are in the front of the pick up truck with no car seats.2 apparently condoms don t exist or weren t invented yet 3 why a sheriff would leave his six and four year old kids by themselves in a truck while he went into a store to shopnot to mention it was 100 degrees outside and no A C4 chewing tobacco YUCK And again, the sheri Okay, I m still reading this book but there are a few things that are really annoying me 1 for a book written published in 2012, I can t figure out why the kids are in the front of the pick up truck with no car seats.2 apparently condoms don t exist or weren t invented yet 3 why a sheriff would leave his six and four year old kids by themselves in a truck while he went into a store to shopnot to mention it was 100 degrees outside and no A C4 chewing tobacco YUCK And again, the sheriff, with the need to spit it everywhere he goes including in somebody s yard while he s talking to them If he were in my yard and did that, we would definitely have words That is disgusting The descriptiveness of him and his chewing tobacco are vile These things may not seem like much, but they add up to a lot of Eye rolling so far Just finished the book and when I read the authors notes in the end, I realized that this book was originally written in the 1990s, which explains a lot however, it is stated that she updated the book I would ve updated All in all, I found the last half of the book super cheesy, and seeing as how I ve never really read much of Lisa Jackson, I m not sure I would be willing to pick up another one very soon, if at all.I m just glad to be done with it so that I can move on flag 2 likesLike see review View 1 comment Mar 11, 2016 Elizabeth Quam rated it really liked it review of another edition I love the way Lisa Jackson writes Although I consider this one of my lazy books, where I don t have to think about what s going on, she still finds a way to keep me interested and wanting to find out how the story ends Some things were predictable, but I would read this again flag 2 likesLike see review Mar 08, 2017 Pam rated it really liked it review of another edition Typical Lisa Jackson flag 1 likeLike see review Feb 11, 2013 Traci rated it did not like it review of another edition Sample prose Why was it that she always noticed how all male he was, how raw and rugged and untamed Like these dry, wind blown hills, he was earthy and wild and Texan.Did you roll your eyes just reading that short paragraph Imagine how sore mine were after 400 pages if that drivel I would have stopped readingI WANTED to stop readingbut I was trapped in bed with the flu.When I picked it up at the drugstore along with my prescription, the premise sounded ok Mysterious envelope arrives Sample prose Why was it that she always noticed how all male he was, how raw and rugged and untamed Like these dry, wind blown hills, he was earthy and wild and Texan.Did you roll your eyes just reading that short paragraph Imagine how sore mine were after 400 pages if that drivel I would have stopped readingI WANTED to stop readingbut I was trapped in bed with the flu.When I picked it up at the drugstore along with my prescription, the premise sounded ok Mysterious envelope arrives at Shelby s door in Seattle containing nothing but a picture of a little girl Shelby knows at once its the daughter she was told died at birth and heads to Texas to find the child and the truth The cover stated that the author was a New York Times bestseller, so how bad could it be Damn near unreadable, that s how bad Unless you too are trapped with nothing else to read or do, stay far, far away flag 1 likeLike see review View 1 comment Mar 05, 2013 Sheila rated it liked it review of another edition Good story For some reason, I kept picturing the show Dallas Lots of twists and turns that you don t see coming flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 20, 2013 Stacy rated it it was ok review of another edition Shelves read 2013 Dragged and repetitive, first time I ever skimmed through sections of a book Glad it was a library loan flag 1 likeLike see review Jun 08, 2017 Darlene rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves for review, romantic suspense, read in 2017 I am a Lisa Jackson fan, and I enjoyed this small town mystery though it s not as good as her To Die series.In the book s Prologue, Ross McCallum is on trial for killing Ram n Estevan With only circumstantial evidence and one witness testimony, he was found guilty Ross vows to take revenge on everyone who was involved in setting him up.The story then moves ahead ten years, and the witness who was responsible for putting Ross behind bars is dying of cancer and does not want to die with a guilty I am a Lisa Jackson fan, and I enjoyed this small town mystery though it s not as good as her To Die series.In the book s Prologue, Ross McCallum is on trial for killing Ram n Estevan With only circumstantial evidence and one witness testimony, he was found guilty Ross vows to take revenge on everyone who was involved in setting him up.The story then moves ahead ten years, and the witness who was responsible for putting Ross behind bars is dying of cancer and does not want to die with a guilty conscience He recants his testimony and, as a result, Ross is released from jail Around the same time, a woman from Seattle named Shelby Cole is on her way back to her hometown in Texas She swore she would never return, but she receives an anonymous letter with a San Antonio postmark which contains a photograph of a young girl who bears a startling resemblance to her She was only 17 years old when she gave birth, and she went into labour early due to a riding accident She was unconscious when the baby was born, and she was told that her daughter did not survive She is going home to confront her father, Judge Jerome Cole.This mystery contained lots of secrets and corruption, and I enjoyed how Jackson put all the pieces together There is even a second chance romance with Shelby and the man who fathered her child While I enjoyed the story, I thought that Shelby s character was a bit lacking Her mindset at 27 years of age doesn t seem much different than it was at 17, and I didn t really connect with her She kept secrets from someone she claimed to be madly in love with, and it took her a really long time to come to the table There really was no foundation there between the two of them, so I did find it a bit implausible that they still carried torches for each other ten years later.Towards the end, there is a shocking reveal that Shelby and this man view spoiler might be half siblings There is no mention of this again, and no DNA tests were done to confirm whether or not this was true hide spoiler So, all in all, I enjoyed the story but there are other Jackson novels that I enjoy I received a complimentary copy of this book for voluntary review consideration.This review was posted on my book blog flag Like see review Apr 19, 2018 Darla Boyle rated it it was ok review of another edition This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I hate giving Lisa Jackson a bad review for two reasons, I m a fan and I hate leaving bad reviews But I have to say, this book was hard to get through The beginning did pull me in but after that, not much happened The story line was okay Girl Shelby falls for bad boy Nevada , sneaks off to have sex with him, then on her way home, gets raped by Ross McCallum, who later is found guilty of murder He insists he s innocent and vows revenge She finds out she s pregnant but is told the baby wa I hate giving Lisa Jackson a bad review for two reasons, I m a fan and I hate leaving bad reviews But I have to say, this book was hard to get through The beginning did pull me in but after that, not much happened The story line was okay Girl Shelby falls for bad boy Nevada , sneaks off to have sex with him, then on her way home, gets raped by Ross McCallum, who later is found guilty of murder He insists he s innocent and vows revenge She finds out she s pregnant but is told the baby was stillborn.Years later, a witness recants his testimony and McCullum is freed At the same time, Shelby receives a picture of a little girl that she believes is her daughter She questions her father, the Judge, but he tells her to leave it alone From there, there s a lot of inner thought and dialing in where her daughter is, is this a prank, who sent the photo and who is the father.The deputy, the Judge, Shelby, Nevada, hell, the entire town is nervous when the big bad, scary McCallum returns But the only thing he does is make prank calls Really That s it Well, for whatever reason, Lisa Jackson had a mystery killer but not sure why when the only person it could ve been was McCallum.The end was okay, when McCallum finally gets his hands on Shelby but he decides to make his get away on foot, carrying her, instead of taking one of their cars, which would ve made sense.All I can say is that this must be been one of her early books because I love her writing flag Like see review Apr 26, 2018 Naomi rated it liked it review of another edition There a lot of interesting possibilities in the story but they were rather over written by the love story between Shelby and Nevada A murder committed 10 years prior comes into the fore when the man convicted of it is released from prison He vows to get back on everyone that testified against him But he also is obsessed with Shelby and means to attacked her again But she is looking for her daughter that she had been told died right after her birth She gets no help from her father, Judge Red There a lot of interesting possibilities in the story but they were rather over written by the love story between Shelby and Nevada A murder committed 10 years prior comes into the fore when the man convicted of it is released from prison He vows to get back on everyone that testified against him But he also is obsessed with Shelby and means to attacked her again But she is looking for her daughter that she had been told died right after her birth She gets no help from her father, Judge Red Cole And he is hiding secrets also Nevada is trying to keep her ranch afloat and still yearns for Shelby never having forgotten her when she left the town of Bad Luck, Texas after her baby was born Lots of things going on but romance does get in the way once in a while flag Like see review Apr 10, 2018 Christie rated it it was ok review of another edition This book Was so lame I kept waiting for it to get good And it was just a ton of random drama And very little resolution There s probably a second book to go with this Because so many things were left out I hate this guy BAM they re having sex again Nope still hate him BAM They re doing it again Oh Now they re in love I hate my dad he s conniving Jk he disappears on a cruise conveniently No resolution No real confession just a quick oh and they solved the murder The end Oh an This book Was so lame I kept waiting for it to get good And it was just a ton of random drama And very little resolution There s probably a second book to go with this Because so many things were left out I hate this guy BAM they re having sex again Nope still hate him BAM They re doing it again Oh Now they re in love I hate my dad he s conniving Jk he disappears on a cruise conveniently No resolution No real confession just a quick oh and they solved the murder The end Oh and that half sister 2 chapters and she s gone No resolution flag Like see review Sep 04, 2017 Conni Harness rated it it was amazing review of another edition Excellent thriller I m usually not a fan of free standing stories, but this was a good one with some indirect ties to other story lines Love this author and continue to be amazed at the depth variations of imgination as well as the story telling ability More please I m always sorry to get to the end flag Like see review Aug 20, 2017 Lisa Serrano rated it did not like it review of another edition This was a Book Club selection The Preface grabbed me, however, the book fell apart by having to many arteries from the heart of the story The book was time consuming while the ending wrapped up in the last 10 pages I do not recommend flag Like see review May 05, 2018 Julie C F rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves detectives murders crimes, love and romance, murder, mystery, small town 3.5 I like the plot and how the complications added gave the story twists and turns but it gave me questions than answers Also, for a small town where people knew each other, they sure know how to keep secrets flag Like see review Jan 23, 2017 Dana Webster rated it really liked it review of another edition Lots of negative reviews on this one, but I have to say I enjoyed it It had weak spots, but this is an update from a previous version so some things got missed in the update Still, I liked the story and I love Lisa Jackson flag Like see review Mar 12, 2017 LINDA WARD rated it liked it review of another edition Not one of her best books, UNSPOKEN did not hold my interest as some of the authors other books have I found the story to be a little too far fetched.It took me a long time to finish because I kept losing interest I would probably not read the sequel or next in series flag Like see review Dec 01, 2017 Melissa Loucks rated it it was amazing review of another edition Lisa Jackson books were suggested to me because I like murder mysteries This is the first one I read I really enjoyed it flag Like see review May 15, 2017 Valerie rated it it was amazing review of another edition Lost sleep over this one Couldn t wait to see what next was going to emerge The old adage that what you don t know what hurt you is proved just how very untrue that saying is A must read flag Like see review Feb 01, 2019 Tracy rated it liked it review of another edition Not a typical Lisa Jackson story but not too bad flag Like see review Feb 12, 2018 Linda rated it it was amazing review of another edition Very good book by a favorite author of mine Very good books are written by this author flag Like see review Dec 04, 2017 KIM rated it liked it review of another edition For a Lisa Jackson book I was very disappointed No time was spent on plot or character development everything was just second rate, like an unfinished draft or something flag Like see review May 21, 2017 Judy Hottman rated it really liked it review of another edition Hard to put down She always write a good book flag Like see review Mar 21, 2018 Yvonne Taylor rated it it was amazing review of another edition Great Read This book was very hard to put down The characters were great The end was very surprising Didn t see that coming flag Like see review Nov 17, 2018 Sarah Kinnard rated it it was amazing review of another edition Another fabulous read from Lisa Jackson she is fast becoming another one of my fav authors And I look forward to reading a lot of her books in the future flag Like see review Jun 22, 2017 Donna Andrus rated it really liked it review of another edition once I got into it, it was a page turner Enjoyable read, that s for sure Jackson s novels never disappoint me flag Like see review Nov 07, 2016 Gabrielle rated it liked it review of another edition This book was ok Nice little story flag Like see review Mar 18, 2017 Susan A DeeseRoberts rated it really liked it review of another edition Good book, interesting charactersLoved getting to know the characters The story was good, though a bit unbelievable at times Well written Kept wanting to come back for flag Like see review Mar 05, 2017 Nancy added it review of another edition This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The envelope delivered to Shelby Cole s Seattle home contains no return address, just a photograph of a little girl Shelby knows at once that this is the daughter she was told died at birth And in that moment, Shelby knows something else she needs to go back to Bad Luck, Texas The More You TellShe s not the only one coming home A long ago killing is in the news again following recanted testimony A violent nightmare from Shelby s past has been set free And she can t shake a suspicion that The envelope delivered to Shelby Cole s Seattle home contains no return address, just a photograph of a little girl Shelby knows at once that this is the daughter she was told died at birth And in that moment, Shelby knows something else she needs to go back to Bad Luck, Texas The More You TellShe s not the only one coming home A long ago killing is in the news again following recanted testimony A violent nightmare from Shelby s past has been set free And she can t shake a suspicion that someone is baiting her, luring her back here for their own ends The More There Is To FearShelby s search for answers is met with stonewalling and hostility Her only ally is a figure from her past someone she has every reason not to trust And in the midst of dark family revelations she uncovers a terrifying scheme of revenge Because some secrets, once spoken, can never be forgotten or forgiven less flag Like see review Jan 03, 2013 Lisa rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves 2013 booklist This was my first Lisa Jackson and I was really excited about the book from the synopsis on the back cover I like when romance books have some mystery behind it So, I picked it up but I feel like this book went in chunks or a bar graph for me At the beginning, the opening sequence was brilliant I was intrigued by what had happened between Ross and Shelby but wasn t given too much info and while reading it I was wondering if perhaps Ross was indeed innocent From that point on the book was re This was my first Lisa Jackson and I was really excited about the book from the synopsis on the back cover I like when romance books have some mystery behind it So, I picked it up but I feel like this book went in chunks or a bar graph for me At the beginning, the opening sequence was brilliant I was intrigued by what had happened between Ross and Shelby but wasn t given too much info and while reading it I was wondering if perhaps Ross was indeed innocent From that point on the book was really enjoyable I loved the characters and while Bad Luck, Texas definitely seemed a bit cliche and tacky name wise I was ok with just excusing that what is with author naming towns HORRIBLY I liked that Shelby was her own person and while there were moments that she showed affection and softness towards her over dominate father, she refused to be railroaded by him I do wish that we got a complete view of their relationship and why he was such a jerk We heard about him bullying others but never were we shown, told Yes, he wasn t giving the full story about Shelby and her child but I didn t feel like that was enough for how everyone felt about him and his family I wasn t originally a big fan of Nevada, and thought he seemed icky How horrible is that to feel about the lead male, thankfully as the book progress that initial reaction was dismissed and I did enjoy his character.Where this book turned for the non good was during a pivotal information part I don t wanna say too much due to spoilers, but we were lead to believe one thing and it was like Jackson decided to just flip the verse upside down and act as if nothing had happened It changed my view on so many of the characters and the history that I felt up until that point like I was reading a whole new book.I wish Jackson hadn t tried to fit quite so much stuff into this book There were too many lose ends or pieces that I felt needed a little tying up that in a way it felt incomplete After the book I still wanted to know information and had questions about certain events and such.My actual rating would be 2.5 I think if Jackson hadn t flipped the world so abruptly and didn t try to jam so much into it I would ve given it stars Still, a good fast read and a good romance suspense or beach read flag Like see review Dec 01, 2017 Peggy rated it it was ok review of another edition Started to read this book, then just skimmed Wasn t really that interesting Didn t care for any of the characters Plot rather contrived Having sex with 16 y.o s when one is in one s late 20 s can get you in deep trouble in my state Oh well flag Like see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed

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        Lisa Jackson is the number one New York Times bestselling author of than 85 novels, including Afraid to Die, Tell Me, You Don t Want to Know, Running Scared, Without Mercy, Malice, and Shiver She is also the co author of the Colony Series, co written with her sister, Nancy Bush There are over 20 million copies of Lisa Jackson s books in print in twenty languages Before she became a natio

        Lisa Jackson is the number one New York Times bestselling author of than 85 novels, including Afraid to Die, Tell Me, You Don t Want to Know, Running Scared, Without Mercy, Malice, and Shiver She is also the co author of the Colony Series, co written with her sister, Nancy Bush There are over 20 million copies of Lisa Jackson s books in print in twenty languages Before she became a nationally bestselling author, Lisa Jackson was a mother struggling to keep food on the table by writing novels, hoping against hope that someone would pay her for them Today, neck deep in murder, her books appear on The New York Times, the USA Today, and the Publishers Weekly national bestseller lists.With over thirty bestsellers to her name, Lisa Jackson is a master of taking readers to the edge of sanity and back in novels that buzz with dangerous secrets and deadly passions She continues to be fascinated by the minds and motives of both her killers and their pursuers the personal, the professional and downright twisted As she builds the puzzle of relationships, actions, clues, lies and personal histories that haunt her protagonists, she must also confront the fear and terror faced by her victims, and the harsh and enduring truth that, in the real world, terror and madness touch far too many lives and families


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    1. I generally love Lisa Jackson books I think she is a great writer and one of my faves She writes great romantic suspense thriller But this one was just ok for me The plot was great, but it felt like so much romance played into this one And I am not big on romance It seemed like the book revolved around a love hate triangle that it did the mystery.I did not really connect to any of the characters I thought Shelby, the lead character was ridiculously weak in many areas and I did n I generally lo [...]


    2. Okay, I m still reading this book but there are a few things that are really annoying me 1 for a book written published in 2012, I can t figure out why the kids are in the front of the pick up truck with no car seats.2 apparently condoms don t exist or weren t invented yet 3 why a sheriff would leave his six and four year old kids by themselves in a truck while he went into a store to shopnot to mention it was 100 degrees outside and no A C4 chewing tobacco YUCK And again, the sheri Okay, I m st [...]


    3. I love the way Lisa Jackson writes Although I consider this one of my lazy books, where I don t have to think about what s going on, she still finds a way to keep me interested and wanting to find out how the story ends Some things were predictable, but I would read this again.



    4. Sample prose Why was it that she always noticed how all male he was, how raw and rugged and untamed Like these dry, wind blown hills, he was earthy and wild and Texan.Did you roll your eyes just reading that short paragraph Imagine how sore mine were after 400 pages if that drivel I would have stopped readingI WANTED to stop readingbut I was trapped in bed with the flu.When I picked it up at the drugstore along with my prescription, the premise sounded ok Mysterious envelope arrives Sample prose [...]


    5. Good story For some reason, I kept picturing the show Dallas Lots of twists and turns that you don t see coming.



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