New York Times bestselling author Linda Castillo lives in Texas with her husband and is currently at work on her next book in this series, also set in Amish Country and featuring Chief of Police Kate Burkholder.
"Exciting . . . Castillo ratchets up the tension nicely before the disconcerting ending." --Publishers Weekly"Gripping. . . the unsettling ending leaves the door open for more books in the series. . . This fast-paced thrill ride through the always fascinating Amish country of Ohio should appeal to readers of Karin Slaughter, Betty Webb, and Lisa Jackson. Devotees of this series won't want to miss it, and this entry should gain Castillo new fans as well." --Library Journal"The sparks between Kate and Tomasetti are hot, but be assured these are not mushy romances. Castillo spares nary a gory detail." --The Star Ledger (Newark, NJ)"Like its predecessors, Gone Missing melds Castillo's multiple talents for storytelling, character development and rich depictions of Amish life. From its gut-punch start to its stunning end, Castillo's latest vividly tells twin stories of how evil and insanity can masquerade as righteousness and of how love's stirrings can mitigate, if not cure, the damage done to the soul." --Richmond Times Dispatch (Virginia)"Chilling . . . This series will delight fans of Chelsea Cain and Thomas Harris." --USA Today on Sworn to Silence"Absolutely stunning. . . . A perfectly crafted thriller." --Lisa Scottoline on Sworn to Silence"Shades of In Cold Blood . . . Another chilling thriller." --People magazine on Pray for Silence"Violent and earthy, and completely impossible to put down." --BookPage on Pray for Silence"If you like the work of Tana French--and yes, you should--Castillo is every bit as good, and much closer to home." --BookReporter.com on Breaking Silence"Exceptionally well-drawn characters and a gripping plot that takes some shocking turns to a heart-pounding conclusion . . . another winner." --Booklist (starred review) on Breaking Silence"Written at a thrilling pace, with haunting images, Breaking Silence is a novel worth staying up all night to reach the end." --New York Journal of Books on Breaking Silence