White supremacists live everywhere—not just the US—as an immigrant exploitation ring is embroiled in a murder case in northeast England. How can Officer Manon Bradshaw deal with all that while also fighting the middle-age doldrums? Remain Silent tells the story of Lithuanian refugees that are used as cheap labor in a chicken farm.
This book deals with important issues. However, I just never got into it and had to force myself to read to the end. It may have been because I hadn’t read the two previous books in the series. I wasn’t connected to the characters. The whole plot both with the case and with Manon and her partner Davy’s home life seemed a bit too depressing to me. Despite those complaints, I liked the twists at the end. 3 stars for Remain Silent.
Thanks to Random House and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.