Don’t Keep Silent by Elizabeth Goddard/Review by Sheila Sobel
Don’t Keep Silent
Elizabeth Goddard.
ISBN 978-0800738624
Publication Date: June 30, 2020
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Don’t Keep Silent

Review by Sheila Sobel

In Don’t Keep Silent, when journalist Rae Burke’s sister-in-law, Zoey, goes missing, her brother Alan begs her to use all her investigative skills to locate his beloved wife. When the trail leads her to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Rae is reluctant to return to the scene of a previous crime. One that nearly cost her and former DEA agent, Liam McKade, their lives and did cost them their jobs. But Rae has no choice. family comes first. Once in Jackson Hole, it doesn’t take long for Rae and Liam to cross paths. As feelings are reignited, the two confront a past from which neither one has yet healed. Understanding Rae is desperate to find Zoey at whatever the cost—even her own life—Liam sets aside his distrust and once again teams up with her to solve the mystery of the missing sister-in-law. Set against the majestic backdrop of the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole is a picture-perfect place where danger and romance seem to thrive. At least they do when Rae Burke is in town, when long buried secrets threaten to destroy everybody she cares about. Don’t Keep Silent is the third book in the Uncommon Justice series and will appeal to fans of both Romantic Suspense novels, as well as Christian fiction.

Elizabeth Goddard is the bestselling author of more than 40 books, including Never Let GoAlways Look Twice, and the Carol Award-winning, The Camera Never Lies. Her Mountain Cove series books have been finalists in the Daphne du Maurier Awards and the Carol Awards. Goddard is a seventh-generation Texan and can be found online at

Sheila Sobel: After thirty-three years in the film business, Sheila left to complete her YA novel. Her debut, Color Blind won the 2017 Killer Nashville Reader’s Choice Award for Best Fiction YA and was a Finalist for the 2017 Silver Falchion Award for Best Fiction YA.