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Former Chicago detective Ashe Cayne is desperate for redemption After refusing to participate in a police department coverup involving the death of a young black man, Cayne is pushed out of the force But he won’t sit quietly on the sidelines: he’s compelled to fight for justice as a private investigator…even if it means putting himself in jeopardyWhen a young woman, Tinsley Gerrigan, goes missing, her wealthy parents from the North Shore hire Cayne to find her As Cayne looks into her life and past, he uncovers secrets Tinsley’s been hiding from her family Cayne fears he may never find Tinsley aliveHis worries spike when Tinsley’s boyfriend is found dead—another black man murdered on the tough Chicago streets Cayne must navigate his complicated relationships within the Chicago PD, leveraging his contacts and police skills to find the missing young woman, see justice done, and earn his redemption The Unspoken (Ashe Cayne #1)


10 thoughts on “The Unspoken (Ashe Cayne #1)

  1. says:

    The cover and the snippet looked great. I chose for the Amazon first reads book. I swear this first reads program has given me zero. This book was long and drawn out. I skimmed a lot through the way too long descriptive parts. Overall not worth it


  2. says:

    FIRST reads Sept 3, 2020


  3. says:

    Details Highlighted; Plot and Characterization Suffer

    All admit that the first line of this book pulled me right in: “My daughter is missing, and I want you to find her.” That puts you right in the middle of the action and lets you know that something important is at stake. Unfortunately, I felt like the book went off the rails pretty quickly. It could have b


  4. says:

    The Unspoken by Ian K. Smith follows Ashe Cayne, a former police officer turned private detective. The daughter of one of Chicago's wealthiest families has gone missing and Ashe is hired to help find her. In the course of investigating Tinsley's disappearance, he discovers a connection to one of Chicago's deadliest gangs but when damaging information comes to light about Tinsl


  5. says:

    This book didn’t work for me.

    There is too much detail in the descriptions of Chicago, but not enough for the characters. It almost reads like a movie script where everything gets detailed to the last point. I actually think this story would work pretty well on camera, just not on paper. With the two stories running at the same time, at least I think it’s the same


  6. says:

    Unforgivable

    Wow what a tale so many twists and turns the main character so interesting complicated and diverse with a heightened sense of justice. The details of life in the wealthy and criminal sid

    Wow quite a tale with many twists and turns the main character interesting complicated and having a different sense of justice that holds your attention. The contr


  7. says:

    I liked the character of Ashe Caine and the investigation he is involved with. I found the character reminiscent of too many of my favorites, which I didn’t like. I disliked the complicated and sadistic subplot about personal revenge against a predator priest.

    Though I love detectives and Ashe certainly was enjoyable, the secondary plot really turned me off.

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  8. says:

    Good read!

    First book I’ve read by this author. It was definitely worth reading as kept me guessing all the way. Hope to see more of Ashe.


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