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Reviewed by Viga Boland for Readers' Favorite
If your idea of a great, unstoppable read is one that gives you chills and thrills, you’ll find that immediately in No One Will Hear Your Screams by Thomas O’Callaghan. This is the third book of a series based on Police Lieutenant John Driscoll’s awesome detecting skills, and a quick peek at O’Callaghan’s reviews and ratings prove his fans love his writing.
In this book, Driscoll’s elusive perp in a series of brutally ugly killings--including drownings, burnings, crucifixion, and cannibalism--is exceptionally hard to track down. Connections, sightings are scattered but inconclusive. To keep readers in animated suspense, O’Callaghan tosses in frightening and horrid associated memories from Tilden, a sadistic, vengeful killer. But how did he get that way? What is the connection to religion and nuns and his obsession with prostitutes? And how is he connected to Adrian, an adult with a multiple personality disorder? Careful…it’s not what you think: Adrian has been institutionalized for 24 years!
Thomas O’Callaghan certainly knows how to create an almost explosive, fast-paced plot and bring it all to a logical close. He has real empathy with his characters, both good and bad, and allows readers to draw their own conclusions about each by using plenty of inner and outer dialogue. What strikes me is how appropriate the title is to the murdered victims. But they aren’t the only ones screaming. Read No One Will Hear Your Screams yourself and see why I say that. Chillingly real psychological thriller!