A “Melodic and Gritty” Debut

Casey Dunn‘s debut thriller SILENCE ON COLD RIVER is out today! See what reviewers are saying below:

Booklist proclaims, “Something far more dangerous than a big, bad wolf inhabits the north Georgia woods…[recommended] for fans of dark obsession in the tradition of The Silence of the Lambs.” Publishers Weekly calls SILENCE a “clever thriller debut…fans of Lisa Unger will be pleased.” And BookPage raves, “Dunn ratchets up the tension with each successive chapter en route to a satisfying conclusion. Silence on Cold River doesn’t feel like a suspense debut but rather the work of a genre veteran. Read it, and you will be on the lookout for whatever Dunn writes next.”

BookPage also featured a fantastic interview about Casey’s process and the themes of music and fate in SILENCE, and highlighted SILENCE in their list of best indie press reads during the #buyindie campaign. And the Southern Review of Books named SILENCE ON COLD RIVER one of their “Best Books of May.”


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