Synopses & Reviews
A noted adolescent psychiatrist, racing to secure the freedom of his kidnapped daughter, must first retrieve a critical piece of information from his newest pro bono patient: a catatonic, violent but angelic-looking 18-year-old girl. Based on an upcoming motion picture from 20th Century Fox, starring Michael Douglas, scheduled for release in October, 2001.
"A multi-layered thriller . . . Klavan never lets up . . . something for . . . all kinds of psycho suspense fans."--Entertainment Weekly
"Deeply impressive. Absolutely compelling about its understanding of the criminal mind. This frightening book bares out the high claim made for it by its publisher."-Literary Review
"Don't Say A Word's beginning isn't just a grabber but a hammerlock . . . the pages take wing."-The Philadelphia Inquirer
They've wiretapped the apartment.
They've got their daughter.
They told them they'd hurt her if they spoke about it.
They told them, "Don't say a word . . ."
Or else . . .
About the Author
Born in New York City, Andrew Klavan was a radio and newspaper journalist before turning to fiction full-time. Twice given the Edgar Award for mystery writing, he is the author of the bestselling novels True Crime
, recently a film starring Clint Eastwood, and Don't Say A Word
, a major motion picture from Twentieth Century Fox starring Michael Douglas. After living in London for many years, he has now settled in Santa Barbara, California with his wife Ellen, his daughter Faith and his son Spencer.