My Book Review And Blog Tour Of Jennie Ensor’s Hard-hitting Powerful Police Procedural Murder Mystery Crime Thriller Silenced @Jennie_Ensor @HobeckBooks @adrian_hobart @BeckyBendyLegs #Silenced #BookReview #BlogTour

A teenage girl is murdered on her way home from school, stabbed through the heart. Her North London community is shocked, but no-one has the courage to help the police, not even her mother. DI Callum Waverley, in his first job as senior investigating officer, tries to break through the code of silence that shrouds the case.

This is a world where the notorious Skull Crew rules through fear. Everyone knows you keep your mouth shut or you’ll be silenced – permanently.

This is Luke’s world. Reeling from the loss of his mother to cancer, his step-father distant at best, violent at worst, he slides into the Skull Crew’s grip.

This is Jez’s world too. Her alcoholic mother neither knows nor cares that her 16-year-old daughter is being exploited by V, all-powerful leader of the gang.

Luke and Jez form a bond. Can Callum win their trust, or will his own demons sabotage his investigation? And can anyone stop the Skull Crew ensuring all witnesses are silenced?

Silenced is the compelling and gritty new thriller by British author Jennie Ensor. A gripping story of love, fear and betrayal, it’s Romeo and Juliet for our troubled times.

My thoughts about Jennie Ensor’s Silenced, this book had me hooked immediately, it’s original, thought provoking,the writing, structure and pacing is spot on. The story has a different approach for a murder mystery. I found it kept me interested throughout the entire book.When I started reading this, I was hooked in about a minute. The first few chapters is damn near perfect. I was so engrossed that I lost track of time and stayed awake till 3am to finish it. Writer Jennie Ensor deserves all the appreciation the way she handles the story is unbelievable.Jennie splendidly develops her characterizations in a perfect way that does not disappoint. Jennie Ensor’s Silenced story opens with a teenage girl is murdered on her way home from school, stabbed through the heart. Her North London community is shocked, but no-one has the courage to help the police, not even her mother. DI Callum Waverley, in his first job as senior investigating officer, tries to break through the code of silence that shrouds the case.This is a world where the notorious Skull Crew rules through fear. Everyone knows you keep your mouth shut or you’ll be silenced permanently. Jennie Ensor’s Silenced delivers a strong intense story, that keeps you hooked throughout and stuns you with the books climax that will blow your mind. Silenced is an intelligent thriller with a clever and multi layered plot that has tension throughout. I would like to say thank you to author Jennie Ensor and Publishers Hobeck Books for kindly sending me a gifted copy for me to read and review this brilliant book. Silenced is highly recommend for all thriller fans.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐💥💥💥💥💥💥

About Author Jennie Ensor

A Londoner with Irish heritage, Jennie Ensor began her writing career as a journalist, obtaining a Masters in Journalism (winning two awards) and covering topics from forced marriage to accidents in the mining industry. She isn’t afraid to tackle controversial issues in her novels, either: Islamic terrorism, Russian gangsters and war crimes in her debut Blind Side (a psychological mystery blended with a love story), domestic abuse and sexual exploitation in her second, The Girl In His Eyes.
Her third novel Not Having It All , a relationship comedy, is an excursion to the brighter side of life. A new edition was published in January 2021.
Ms Ensor’s poetry has appeared in many publications including Poetry Salzburg Review, Ink Sweat and Tears. Her poem Lost Connection placed second in the Breakout Prose category of the Fish Lockdown Prize in 2020.
In her spare time(?) she reads, walks and attempts twice-weekly yoga. She regularly cycles the punishing hills of north London and at the end of the day enjoys collapsing with a bar of chocolate/glass of strong alcohol in front of a TV crime drama.
You can find out more by following Jennie on Twitter @Jennie_Ensor, finding her on Facebook or Instagram and visiting her website.

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