Silence in the Dark, by Patricia Bradley, Book Review by Mina R Raulston
Bailey Adams is good at running away from her problems. She’s done it before. Two years ago she ran from home to Mexico but now she is running from Mexico back home. She’s not happy about it, but her safety demands it. Since she’s going in the right direction she agrees to take a friend’s niece to her grandparents’ as well. Then she runs into her the man she loved, followed soon after by being chased at gunpoint by desperate men. Literally running for her life and the life of the child with her, Bailey has to depend on him to get them all safely home.
Stick close to Bailey and Danny as they run, hide, and run some more as they struggle to find their way home. Who can they trust? Who is behind this attack against them and why? The pace in this novel is hard pounding and fast moving. It will keep you on your toes and hold you in place so you don’t miss a beat of their flight from danger. This 4th book in the Logan series will not disappoint readers. Patricia Bradley knows how to hold her readers’ attention from page 1 to the last page.