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Author: Alex Matthews
ISBN: 1890768049
Language: English
Pages: 354 pages
Category: Mystery
Publisher: Intrigue Press; First Edition edition (April 1, 1998)
Rating: 4.3
Formats: lit azw txt mobi
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Items related to Satan's Silence: The Second Cassidy Mccabe Mystery. Alex Matthews Satan's Silence: The Second Cassidy Mccabe Mystery. ISBN 13: 9780964316157. At her boyfriend's instigation, however, the pair attempts to verify the story and embarks on a chilling adventure involving a satanic cult. The focus shifts back to Cassidy's client, a single mother struggling to overcome drug addiction and parental rejection, and then to Cassidy's own insecurity, her unstable neighborhood, and her cat.

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Matthews has written such a well crafted book in Blood’s Burden that I am eager for more from her. I was hooked from the first few pages. ww. offeetimeromance. Author Alex Matthews once again proves her excellence at creating well constructed mystery and a cast of characters readers cannot help but love.

Armchair Interviews says: Alex Matthews has won several awards for her Cassidy McCabe series, including the Reader's Choice Award for Best Series Character.

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1997) (The second book in the Cassidy McCabe series) A novel by Alex Matthews. Cassidy McCabe-thirty seven, divorced, struggling to establish a private practice-is uncertain whether to take the suddenly recovered memory as reality or delusion.

It is impossible to put it down as one becomes immersed in the evil of satanism. It is a suspense, mystery novel where the action never stops. The plot is tightly woven, with appropriate clues which invite the reader to guess "who done i. However, Ms. Matthews stays one step ahead and delivers a smashing, surprise ending. A very slight drawback is that the heroine, Cassidy, does a lot of self-talk in the second person, in italics, which can be distracting.

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Secret's Shadow is the first book in the Cassidy McCabe series. Alex Matthews has created a wonderful combination of memorable characters, including a cat that adopts Cassidy as a handmaiden. This book is well crafted with plenty of plot twists and a heroine who attracts trouble while managing not to take herself too seriously. Once I started reading Secret's Shadow, I couldn't put it down.

Angel Fire, NM : Intrigue Press. Cassidy discusses the case with her journalist boyfriend and the two begin an investigation. When the girl is abducted they realize they are onto something.

Cassidy McCabe is having a bad day when her cat turns up missing and her client Dana undergoes a frightening flashback in which she witnessed a Satanic ritual. Knowing Dana has a psychiatric history, Cassidy is uncertain whether to take the suddenly recovered memory as reality or delusion. But when she tells the story to her partner in crime solving, investigative reporter Zach Moran, he recognizes the place Dana describes and insists on searching for evidence. As the evil that emerged deep in the forest preserve more than 20 years ago moves into the present, Cassidy begins to fear not only for her client's life but for Zach's and her own as well.-- Bound to keep you guessing -- Chicago Books in Review
Comments (6)
Llathidan
Very good series like the way it is written and characters
Iriar
Satan's Silence by Alex Matthews is a literary work of the first order. It is impossible to put it down as one becomes immersed in the evil of satanism. It is a suspense, mystery novel where the action never stops. The plot is tightly woven, with appropriate clues which invite the reader to guess "who done it." However, Ms. Matthews stays one step ahead and delivers a smashing, surprise ending. A very slight drawback is that the heroine, Cassidy, does a lot of self-talk in the second person, in italics, which can be distracting. But after a few chapters, the self-talk seems natural and doesn't detract at all from the excellent story.
artman
This is a very good book. It shows that there are other things going on in a person's life besides just good. The author has done an outstanding job of making you think and keeping you guessing right up until the end. The solution is a surprise, only part of what you are expecting happens.
Cassidy McCabe is a psychotherapist, struggling to make her private practice a success and work out of her home. One of Cassidy's clients is Dana Voss, a 27-year-old single mother. Suddenly Dana is starting to have terrifying memories of a Satanic Cult resurface from when she was 4. Dana tells Cassidy of these memories but now is absolutely terrified because she has broken "Satan's Silence". What follows is a gripping tale with terrifying results. Cassidy doesn't want to believe what is happening, but when the evidence starts turning up, she is determined to find the truth.
Cassidy lives alone with her calico cat, Starshine, who also plays a surprising part in this book. While struggling to deal with everything that is happening, Cassidy is also trying to deal with her own personal problems and her struggling relationship with Zach Moran. Zach is an investigative reporter who is also determined to find the truth, but for different reasons.
FRAY
This was my introduction to Cassidy McCabe and I found it a pleasure. Cassidy comes across as a very human, normal person. It is interesting to see how she copes with her clients. Also, her relationship with Starshine is great! She also comes across as a great character. The story was very interesting, not plumbing Satanism for shock value, but as part of the story. The one thing I didn't like was the fact that so many characters are represented as speaking "sloppy English". While you expect it of some characters, there seemed to be too many in this case.
Chinon
before they take your typewriter away?
I am confused and unsettled by the tide of opinion that rises against me regarding this novel. It is easily one of the bottom ten worst books I have ever read. The writing was worse than amateurish. The characters, all of them, were unlikeable, but especially Cassidy, who is a dwid of the first order. The plot was ripped directly from yesterday's news , long after authentic Satanism and recovered memories were generally accepted to be overrated phenomena by the pyschiatric community.
And yet. And yet. I read all these positive reviews and I can't help but wonder: am I the one who's wrong here?
Nah.
Mot
This is the second in the series and the second that I've read. I have thoroughly enjoyed both. The characters are believable and fun. The mystery is enticing and keeps one's attention. "Starshine" is a real world cat. She does not talk or help solve mysteries, but definetly adds interest to the story. . .especially if one is a cat lover.