The Silent Sister was a bit of a disappointment. While the story was interesting, the characters didn't capture me. Riley MacPhearson is the protagonist who needs to straighten the affairs of her recently deceased dad. Her mom had died several years before, her brother suffers from PTSD and she recently broke up with her boyfriend. For the past twenty years she believed that her sister, Lisa, had committed suicide, but she finds evidence among her father's things that Lisa is alive.
Suddenly everything Riley believed is called into question as she tries to solve her family's mysteries. I really wanted to like this book more, but I just didn't care enough about any of the characters. There were a number of twists and turns though, and I enjoyed the chapters alternating characters as I got further into it. My lack of enthusiasm could have just been my mood, and I will give Chamberlain another chance before making a final judgment.
Publisher - St. Martin's Press
Date of Publication - October 7, 2014