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New York Times bestselling author and Cosmopolitan's editor-in-chief returns with a sizzling, page-turning thriller in which an ordinary woman flees the scene of a murder—and realizes it's not just the law that's hunting her.

When Lake Warren learns that her husband, Jack, is suing for full custody of their two kids four months after their separation, she's pretty certain that things can't get any worse. The upside is that she's working with the Advanced Fertility Center as a ...

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Overview

New York Times bestselling author and Cosmopolitan's editor-in-chief returns with a sizzling, page-turning thriller in which an ordinary woman flees the scene of a murder—and realizes it's not just the law that's hunting her.

When Lake Warren learns that her husband, Jack, is suing for full custody of their two kids four months after their separation, she's pretty certain that things can't get any worse. The upside is that she's working with the Advanced Fertility Center as a marketing consultant, alongside the attractive, flirtatious Dr. Keaton. But the morning after their one-night stand, Lake finds Keaton with his throat slashed and discovers that things can indeed become worse—they can become deadly.

So as not to jeopardize her case for custody, Lake is forced to lie to the police. Having just been intimate with a man who has been murdered, and wanting to protect herself from being charged with the crime, she begins her own search for the truth. Meanwhile, the police start looking at her closely, people at the clinic start treating her with hostility, and strange clues begin dropping—quite literally—on her doorstep, and Lake realizes that she is dangerously close to dark secrets, both about Keaton and the clinic. But can Lake stop what she's started before it's too late?

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Editorial Reviews

New York Daily News
“A sharp-edged thriller . . . Sexy suspense.”
Romantic Times
“Kate White delivers a top-notch, nail-biting thriller. . . . Lake Warren’s personal complications make her a compelling character, and the nonstop action leads to a deliciously scary conclusion.”
Harper's Bazaar
“Murder and lust make for a page-turner.”
Today Show
“A real page turner.”
Library Journal
In her first stand-alone thriller, White (known for her Bailey Weggins series, most recently Lethally Blonde) effectively blends mommy-lit issues with murder and suspense. Recently separated and finally finding her emotional footing, Lake Warren has been hired as a marketing consultant for a Park Avenue fertility clinic and has even started a flirtation with a handsome doctor. But then she's hit by a double whammy. Her soon-to-be-ex is seeking full custody of their two children, and the doctor has been murdered (hours after Lake slept with him). Afraid that the police will suspect her and that her husband will use this against her in their custody battle, Lake keeps quiet about her hookup. Now she is faced with scary late-night calls, an attack on the family pet, a husband looking to trip her up, and the police just this close to coming after her for murder. VERDICT The mix of family pressures and murderous suspense makes this a page-turner that will appeal to readers of Michele Martinez, Lisa Unger, and Karen Rose. [See Prepub Alert, LJ 11/15/09.]—Jane Jorgenson, Madison P.L., WI
Kirkus Reviews
White shelves hard-used series heroine Bailey Weggins (Lethally Blond, 2007, etc.), who could certainly use a break, to create just as much havoc for another New York professional who wants to have it all, except for the corpse. Now that Lake Warren's estranged husband Jack has contested the joint-custody arrangements for their two children, it looks as if work is her only solace. So she throws herself into her job as a freelance marketing expert for the Park Avenue Fertility Center with redoubled energy. Unfortunately, she also throws herself into the bed of Dr. Mark Keaton, the come-hither consultant who's just announced his intention of joining the firm. Lake wonders briefly how her ill-advised fling will sit with Jack's lawyer but gives no thought to the possible repercussions if Mark gets stabbed to death while she's catching a post-coital snooze on his balcony. Was the killer a jealous lover (evidently the jungles of Gotham are full of those), a Park Avenue client who thought she'd been the target of a monstrous fraud, or a colleague who'd filched the key to Mark's apartment from nurse Maggie Donohue? Lake will have to follow the trail while she's looking over one shoulder at the increasingly curious police and over the other at someone who seems bent on terrorizing or killing her. Despite the menacing damsel-in-distress prologue, thriftily repeated verbatim in chapter 28, both the mystery and the killer are too lightweight to vex your sleep. Job No. 1 here is multiplying suspicions, not resolving them.
Today Show
“A real page-turner.”
New York Daily News
“A sharp-edged thriller . . . Sexy suspense.”
Romantic Times
“Kate White delivers a top-notch, nail-biting thriller. . . . Lake Warren’s personal complications make her a compelling character, and the nonstop action leads to a deliciously scary conclusion.”
Harper's Bazaar
“Murder and lust make for a page-turner.”
Lisa Gardner
“A nerve-jangling adrenaline rush! From the first sentence to the last, Kate White catapults you into a tense vortex of deceit, danger, and double-crosses, where one wrong word is all it takes to lose everything. When in doubt, hush...”
Linda Fairstein
“Dark, sexy, and smart, HUSH is a pulse-pounding thriller that’s both chilling and provocative. Once you start reading, you won’t be able to stop - or guess who or why - until the very end. A stunningly good read.”
Karin Slaughter
“Utterly compelling . . . A classic page turner.”
Lisa Unger
“Sexy and suspenseful, Kate White’s HUSH is a true page-turner. The subtle twists and turns on the glamorous streets of New York City are going to thrill White’s longtime fans and earn her a legion of brand new readers. A clever, fast-paced thriller!”
Sandra Brown
“Kate White places her wily heroine in a real jam, then keeps her, as well as readers, asking ‘Whodunit?’ right up till the gripping finale.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061576614
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/2/2010
  • Pages: 341
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Kate White

Kate White, the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine, is the New York Times bestselling author of the Bailey Weggins mystery series—If Looks Could Kill; A Body to Die For; 'Til Death Do Us Part; Over Her Dead Body; and, most recently, Lethally Blond. White is also the author of popular career books for women, including Why Good Girls Don't Get Ahead but Gutsy Girls Do. Hush is her first stand-alone thriller. She lives in New York City with her family.

Biography

As the editor-in-chief of famed magazine Cosmopolitan, Kate White knows women inside and out. She knows what women like, and she especially knows what they like to read. So it's no surprise that her deliciously decadent mystery novels are such a hit with the ladies.

White came from a strong background in the magazine world. Since getting her foot in the door at Glamour magazine by winning their Top Ten College Women contest, she has worked as an editorial assistant at Glamour, later becoming a feature writer and columnist for the magazine. Following her stint at Glamour, she worked her way up to editor-in-chief for Child, then Working Woman, McCall's, and Redbook. In 1998, White became editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan.

Since joining the ranks of Cosmo, White has spear-headed a spin-off magazine called Cosmo Style, started a channel called Cosmo Radio on Sirius Radio, and published books such as Cosmo Kama Sutra through the magazine's Cosmo Books. She is also responsible for driving Cosmopolitan's readership through the roof. Since taking control of the magazine, she has increased its circulation by over 500,000. So, how can a woman with such a full plate find time to also launch a successful fiction-writing career? Well, as she says on her web site, "I don't really have any other hobbies other than cooking. I can't sing, play a musical instrument, excel at sports, draw, quilt, knit or decoupage. So writing mysteries is my hobby."

That hobby has led White to create sultry true-crime reporter Bailey Weggins, who has sashayed her way through three novels since If Looks Could Kill was published in 2002. The following year, Weggins reappeared in White's second perfect-for-the-beach mystery. A Body to Die For is rife with White's trademark wit and sexiness and became another big seller. The book not only pleased White's readers but also garnered her some well-deserved praise from the press. Publishers Weekly, which was critical of If Looks Could Kill, applauded A Body to Die For, saying that "fans will find Bailey's sassy wit as engaging as ever and are sure to admire the skill with which White pulls together all the threads."

In 2005, White published her third Bailey Weggins novel, Over Her Dead Body. This time out, Bailey loses her job at Gloss magazine (no doubt a fictional stand-in for Cosmo). However, things get hotter than ever when she begins covering celebrity crime for Buzz magazine and her new boss is murdered. Again, White is pleasing fans and critics alike.

White's most recent release is a brief break from Weggins's exploits, but it certainly isn't a break from the kind of sly blend of humor and sex that readers have come to expect from her. How to Set His Thighs on Fire: 86 Red-Hot Lessons on Love, Life, Men, and (Especially) Sex is a slightly satirical, high-spirited take on the kinds of self-help guides found in women's mags such as, well, Cosmopolitan. But fans of Bailey Weggins should not fear -- White is currently working on the next installment of her hit series.

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    1. Hometown:
      New York, New York
    1. Date of Birth:
      1950
    2. Place of Birth:
      Glens Falls, New York
    1. Education:
      Union College, 1972
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  • Posted December 30, 2009

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    refreshing stand alone thriller

    Forty-four year old marketing consultant Lake Warren has recently divorced her spouse Jack. However, he sues for full custody of their young children. Her divorce lawyer Robert Kotchkiss empathically tells her that to insure Jack has nothing even remotely scandalous that will give him an issue to hammer her within court; he goes so far to state to her don't date .

    Lake is providing her consulting services to the Park Avenue Fertility Center where she meets Los Angeles based medical consultant flirtatious Dr. Keaton. Ignoring her lawyer's admonition for now as the kids are away and thinking spontaneous sex before becoming a nun, she and Keaton make love in his penthouse where she falls asleep. When she awakens with a nasty headache she finds Keaton dead. Fearing that the cops will consider her as a person interest, which is the perfect issue for Jack to use against her, she investigates who murdered Keaton. However, her fear factor explodes when she realizes someone is stalking her.

    With the Blond investigative reporter Bailey Weggins taking a well deserved respite, Kate White provides a refreshing stand alone thriller of a woman trying to cover her indiscretion which leads to deeper and deeper troubles for her. Fast-paced once the heroine turns to amateur sleuthing while Archer the detective knows she is concealing something. Fans will appreciate this fine suspense filled tale of a woman in peril depending on no one but herself to find the killer in order to extract herself from the cops accusing her and ultimately a stalker watching her for who knows what

    Harriet Klausner

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 21, 2011

    Pass

    After recently finishing great a page turner by J. Patterson, I wanted to read something just as exciting & intriguing. This book came recommended so I bought it. In one word it was disappointing. The characters are under-developed & the plot dragged on with needless informtion. The double storylines of dead lover/mystery @ the clinic got old. Many supporting characters came & went & the heroine fell flat for me. Save your $$ people. This book was a bore.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2011

    page turner

    I found this to be a very interesting book. It definitely kept my interest right up until the end.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 15, 2012

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    Just a book

    Nothing to write home to Mom about...

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2012

    A Decent Read

    I recently read "The Sixes", my first Kate White book, and this pales in comparison. The storyline was ok.....though somewhat predictable. Suspenseful at times but finishing it became a bit of a task for me. The cliche, "don't judge a book by its cover" kind of held true here. (Didn't care for the title/cover upon starting this one).

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 17, 2011

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    a thrilling read....loved it.

    i am a kate white fan. she always delivers what is expected!! write more books please!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2011

    Another great read

    Love kate white......this is a great thriller! Highly recommend the sixes!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 18, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    This was a great book, I couldn't put it down. I will be checking to find other books by this author.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 7, 2011

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    You'll want to read this one with the lights on!

    Lake Warren is trying hard to keep herself distracted while she deals with her divorce and subsequent custody agreement with her soon to be ex-husband Jack. She is a marketing consultant trying hard to find a new way to showcase a fertility clinic that specializes in helping women over 40 have a baby.

    It doesn't make things any easier when her lawyer advises her that Jack is seeking full custody and that she should live like a nun until the case is settled. What she doesn't expect is to engage in harmless flirting with a very attractive new Dr. Mark Keaton a recent addition to the clinic who seems more than interested in her.

    After a company dinner and an unexpected trip to Dr. Keaton's apartment for late night drinks which once again remind Lake that she is still attractive despite her husband's affair, she spends the night with him. When she awakes on the terrace and finds her way back inside, she discovers that he has been murdered and thus the mystery begins.

    Instead of calling the police, Lake leaves the scene of the crime not wanting to provide her husbands lawyers with the proof they would need to take her children away. What transpires over the course of the book is a suspenseful, edge of your seat, mystery that has you flipping more pages just to find out who did it.

    I received the book, Hush by Kate White, compliments of TLC Book Tours for my honest review and inhaled it in one sitting with the lights on. What a great mystery that held my interest from the first chapter all the way to the end. My only negative reaction is that I want more, and thankfully there's another one in the works thanks to Kate! This one rates a 5 out of 5 stars and won't disappoint the reader.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 27, 2011

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    A real page-turner

    I don't read many mystery/thriller books, (mostly because I don't like the whole women-in-jeopardy-thing) but once I picked up Kate White's Hush, I found I couldn't put it down.

    Lake Warren (why do they always have names like that?) is going through a bitter divorce, and now her soon-to-be ex is suing for full custody of their two children. She runs her own small marketing firm, and she is in the middle of working on a big presentation for a hot-shot fertility clinic.

    She makes the mistake of sleeping with one of the playboy doctors at the clinic who ends up murdered after their tryst. If she tells the police she was there, she could lose custody of her children. Instead, she decides to find out who the murderer is. Oh yeah, and someone is calling her and leaving frightening messages on her phone. Is it her ex-husband or the real murderer?

    There is also something odd going on at the clinic. Was the doctor killed by a jealous husband, because of gambling debts, or did he find out something illegal was being done at the clinic?

    The author does a good job creating characters with believable motivations. Any mom can relate to panicking at the thought of losing her children, and making bad decisions because of that fear.

    White also paces the action in the novel so well, it's a real page turner. Lake gets herself into more than a few jams, and your pulse will race as she extricates herself. I will say that one of those jams involving water was a little over the top for me, but it was scary.

    The mystery of who killed the doctor keeps you guessing right up until the end, and I have to confess I was surprised. The setting of Manhattan is used to good effect, you really get a good sense of the city.

    If you're looking for something to take you out of your day and you have a few hours on your hands, pick up Hush. Just remind yourself to breathe while you're reading it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 8, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Loved this book!

    It's a light story, easy read and a great page turner. Found myself trying to guess "Who Done It?" after a short while into the book and was pleasantly surprised by the end. This was my first book I read by this author and will look forward to reading more of her works.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2010

    Kate White's best yet!

    I have read all of Kate White's fiction and enjoyed the light, easy reading that they provide. This book was my favorite so far as her writing here is a little more sophisticated and less "trendy" in its descriptions of time, place and people. It was a perfect beach read and I finished it in a few days as I was always interested and eager to find out what happened!

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  • Posted April 2, 2010

    EXCELLENT!

    This is the first book I read by Kate White and it is a must read for everyone who is a mystery reader. The book really holds your interest from chapter to chapter. There was never a dull moment.

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  • Posted March 23, 2010

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    Hush

    Hush is the first book by Kate White that I have had the pleasure of reading. Let me tell you, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I love it when an author writes a smart heroine. I love it when an author works in hot button issues into their plots. I love it when an author shocks me with the "whodunit". Kate White has done all of that with her new book.


    Hush was a fast paced, on the edge of your seat, heart racing kind of thriller. There were some twists and turns throughout the whole story to keep you guessing. And the end? I sooooo didn't see that coming!!

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  • Posted May 22, 2014

     Overall, I was a bit disappointed with the book, Hush. I give t

     Overall, I was a bit disappointed with the book, Hush. I give this book a rating of about 2 stars. The plot was rather slow and at times it just dragged on. Towards the end of the book, the conclusion almost seemed rushed, as if the author had forgotten to add important facts into the story and just threw in random things. Also, the writing style was poor. It did not pull me in and make me want to continue reading way past my bed time at night. Kate White included too many "what-if" statements about Lake, the main character, and majority of the time they were all over the place. Lake did not make the best decisions throughout the book, and acted a bit immature/irresponsible for her age. She acted highly suspicious, and in the end I did not care for her character at all. 

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  • Posted February 2, 2014

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    Hush - A Page Turning Thriller For a more in depth review, plea

    Hush - A Page Turning Thriller

    For a more in depth review, please visit my blog, Chorley Chronicals!! 




    I just stumbled upon Hush by Kate White while browsing my online library, and I am certainly pleased that I did! I would more so give this book a 3.5 rating, rather than a solid 4, but since I can't give half stars, the book wasn't so horrible that I couldn't give it the higher star. The only reason I would rate it the 3.5 was that some of the things that the main character Lake did, just absolutely drove me batty, leaving me screaming at her while listening!!




    That being said, I certainly wouldn't mind trying out another book by Kate White, because I felt like she wrote a good, solid mystery and suspense novel! Although I did have conflict with some of her character's actions, I did enjoy the cast of characters that were in the book! I also enjoyed the plot of the story and just the whole story line in general.




    The narrator, Aimee Jolson, did a great job of keeping me entertained throughout and followed the highs and lows of the book nicely! She was a smooth, crisp, clean reader that was pleasant to listen to. I wouldn't hesitate to listen to another book narrated by her!




    Overall, I did enjoy Hush, and my only real complaint about the book was some of the, "What were you thinking" moments that I found throughout, especially the beginning of the book! However, I think that part of it made the story what it was! I will seek out other books by Kate White and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to others that they read Hush!

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  • Posted April 5, 2013

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    As a fan of Bailey Weggins mysteries by Kate White, I was excite

    As a fan of Bailey Weggins mysteries by Kate White, I was excited to read something with a new character. In Hush we are introduced to Lake Warren, a marketing consultant facing a divorce with a custody battle erupting, lust for a man she barely knows, tested friendships, lies and secrets that put her life in danger.  As the story unfolded I learned one of the reservations I had for
    (no spoiler here) was for a good reason, but the rest of the pages had my mind going back and forth.  A great who done it. Perhaps Ms. Warren will meet up with Bailey in a future book? Now that would be a killer duo.  So yes, if you like mysteries
    with twists and as always a bit of risky romance pick up Hush and enjoy.  I have read all Fiction work by White except for the 6th in the Bailey Weggins mysteries; So Pretty it Hurts which is definitely next on my list.

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  • Posted January 23, 2011

    one of her best

    Very good book! This is definitely my favorite book of hers. There are a lot of twists and turns and I was completely shocked by who the killer was.

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  • Posted December 30, 2010

    Great Read

    It was my first book by this author and I found it very easy to read and hard to put down. It kept me thinking "who done it" thru the whole book.

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  • Posted September 9, 2010

    Such a Rush

    This book was a very satisfying read. I enjoyed working my thoughts through what the main character (Lake) was investigating herself. I had a list of suspects by the end of the book (which was 2 AM! I could not find it in myself to put this book down). The story was detailed but not too much as to stifle the suspense. It was well thought out, made you question your own suspicions and well written in my view. I enjoy this immensely and would recommend it to anyone

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