Keeping Silent

Keeping Silent

by Carla Damron

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Overview

KEEPING SILENT (originally published in 2001) is the first mystery featuring social worker Caleb Knowles. In this updated version, we meet Caleb, a clinical social worker, as he tries to prove his brother innocent of murder.

Acclaimed sculptor Sam Knowles, deaf since a teenager, is accused of the murder of his fiancée. When Anne Farrell, who was also deaf, is found lying by the piece of sculpture that was used to kill her, her still hands sign the word “No!” in a silent scream.

Caleb believes his brother is innocent, but Sam, who’s battling demons Caleb cannot understand, withdraws into a dark, silent world. He won’t defend himself and fights Caleb when he tries to help.

When the seemingly unrelated crisis of one of Caleb’s clients turns out to be a crucial link to Anne’s murder, Caleb starts down a dangerous path, uncovering secrets Anne was keeping from them all. As Caleb exposes the killer, he must also confront the fine line between guilt and innocence to which no one—including himself—is immune.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015821673
Publisher: Bella Rosa Books
Publication date: 11/29/2012
Series: A Caleb Knowles Mystery , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 280
Sales rank: 974,351
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

CARLA DAMRON is a clinical social worker, novelist, and short story writer. In her Caleb Knowles Mystery Series (which also includes SPIDER BLUE, 2004, and DEATH IN ZOOVILLE, 2010) she uses humor and suspense to explore complex social issues. Damron has also written short stories and flash fiction pieces that have appeared in journals and collections like MYSTERY ON THE WIND (2009), SIX MINUTE MAGAZINE (2011), and the MELUSINE LITERARY JOURNAL (2012). Damron recently completed an MFA in Creative Writing.

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