This book was the ultimate page-turner. I could not put it down. I had to know who, what, and why?
The two sweet and endearing six year old twins of Federal judge, Scott Sampson of Virginia, are kidnapped. It is a captivating read because you do not want anything to happen to his children. He and his wife Allison try to maintain the status quo. Lo and behold they do not know they are being recorded by video cameras set up in the secluded woods by their house. The kidnappers make the judge twist-and-turn in the wind on his first case. He does what they want; torpedoing his respectability on the circuit court. He is rewarded when his son turns up on the courthouse steps. However they hold on to his daughter and he is left guessing as to what they want from him next.
In the meantime, tensions run high at home. He believes Allison is lying to him and somehow meeting up with her former lover. She accuses him of having an affair with their former nanny. He attempts to hire a private investigator to track a suspect he believes might have his kids. Scott changes his mind and has him follow his wife. Allison wants to reach out to her sisters and mother and he reluctantly agrees. However the kidnappers see the occasion as way too many visitors with their daughter paying a price for the visitors.
Scott and Allison reconcile. Together they discover who was at the core of their children’s kidnapping and it will unnerve you. Their son and daughter are reunited but one parent pays the price.
“Say Nothing” packs a dramatic punch with issues of family, business, betrayal, love at the forefront. Brad Parks leaves you wanting more.