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Keep quiet / Lisa Scottoline.

By: Scottoline, Lisa, 1955- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookEdition: Large print edition.Description: 511 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781410466365; 1410466361; 9781594138232.Subject(s): Fathers and sons -- Fiction | Teenage boys -- Fiction | Traffic accidents -- Fiction | Family secrets -- Fiction | Life change events -- FictionGenre/Form: Suspense fiction. | Large type books.Summary: Jake Whitmore is enjoying a rare bonding moment with his sixteen-year-old son, Kurt, when they get in a terrible car accident that threatens to derail not only Kurt's chances at college, but his entire future. Jake makes a split-second decision that saves his son from formal punishment, but plunges them both into a world of guilt, lies, and secrecy.
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Large Print SCOT (Browse shelf) Available i2132397
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Large Print SCOT (Browse shelf) Available i2143756
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A New York Times Bestselling Author Jake Whitmore is enjoying a rare bonding moment with his sixteen-year-old son, Ryan, when disaster strikes. A terrible car accident threatens to derail Ryan's entire future. Jake makes a split-second decision that saves his son from formal punishment, but plunges them both into a world of guilt, lies, and secrecy. And just when Jake thinks he has everything under control, someone comes forward with the power to expose his secret . . .

"Thorndike Press large print basic."--T.p. verso.

Jake Whitmore is enjoying a rare bonding moment with his sixteen-year-old son, Kurt, when they get in a terrible car accident that threatens to derail not only Kurt's chances at college, but his entire future. Jake makes a split-second decision that saves his son from formal punishment, but plunges them both into a world of guilt, lies, and secrecy.

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A casual decision by a father-letting his teenage son drive on a lonely stretch of road-has horrific consequences for his family. When tragedy strikes Jake Buckman and his 16-year-old son, Ryan, they realize just how much split-second decisions can shape the future and how much they'll have to fight to keep their family intact. This fast-paced thriller keeps the reader engaged until the very end. Narrator Ron Livingston is less successful in making transitions between the narration and the two main male characters. His performance is muddy and overwrought at times. VERDICT Overall, recommended with slight reservations. For thriller and family drama listeners. ["Scottoline (Don't Go) has written another winning novel of unparalleled suspense. Fans of psychological suspense and family dynamics will want to snap this one up," read the starred review of the St. Martin's hc, LJ Xpress Reviews, 3/21/14.]-J. Sara Paulk, Wythe-Grayson Regional Lib., Independence, VA (c) Copyright 2014. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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