WITHOUT A SOUND
This absorbing tale has short forays into the thoughts of secondary characters, which add interest. But the way the murderer's thoughts are presented can be irritating. Still, the revelation of the characters' pasts and the reasons for
their thoughts and actions are believable, and Molly's character is well formed.
Haley is drawn to Grey, who has his own tragic past to deal with. Another murder takes place, and a serial killer may be at work, but it's not until a grisly warning turns up on her back porch that Haley makes a breakthrough with Molly. Will it be too little, too late to stop another killing? (Signet Eclipse, Dec., 336 pp., $6.99)