ALL THE SILENT VOICES by Elena Mikalsen – Spotlight & Giveaway



Suspense and family secrets are at the heart of the new page-turning novel, ALL THE SILENT VOICES (TheWildRosePress) by author, Elena Mikalsen. If you thought Elena was all about love and romance, prepare to be surprised.

For twenty-one years, Emma Shephard has tried to forget that she was forced to leave Westview University after she was sexually assaulted by a football player. The administrators blamed Emma for the assault, while the rapist was not prosecuted. She’s built a new life as a loving wife and parent with a successful career. However, her world is rocked when her rapist, Richard Stolar, buys the pharmaceutical company she works for and forces her into repeated confrontations while showing no remorse.

Now, Emma must make an impossible choice between the safe life she’s created and pursuing justice. With her marriage at risk and her child in danger, Emma is soon forced to choose between justice and revenge. After finally turning to her husband and friends for help, she discovers that Richard is only one of her powerful enemies. Soon Emma finds herself at the center of uglier secrets and greater scandals than expected.

I recently read Elena’s novel, THE HOUSE BY CYPRESS TREES and was surprised to learn both novels were written by the same author. The different voices of each novel, shows the range of her talent.


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Elena Mikalsen was born in Ukraine and came to New York City as a refugee with her family at the age of 17. She is somewhat obsessive about travel but when at home in San Antonio can be found browsing through bookstores or antique shops with her family and two adopted pups.

Thanks to Suzy Approved Book Reviews, tell us the most interesting novel you’ve read about family. We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only please


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36 thoughts on “ALL THE SILENT VOICES by Elena Mikalsen – Spotlight & Giveaway

  1. EDUCATED by Tara Westover created a lot of discussion in my book club. This disfunctional family with mental illness issues and how Tara survived this complicated family situation.


  2. I’ve read so many books about family but my favorite was The Floating Feldmans by Elyssa Friedland. Such a crazy family.


  3. I love it when I discover a favorite author has another genre I like, too. The Light in the Hallway is a recent good story about family.


  4. I’ve read so many books about family, but I think Cutting for Stone is at the top of my list. Thank you for the chance.


  5. This book sounds very intriguing and like a very good page turner! Thank you for sharing about it, it really makes me want to read it for sure!


  6. I’ve read so many good ones! Recently I read “If Only I Could Tell You” by Hannah Beckerman, and I really enjoyed that one.


  7. I love Kristin Hannah’s and Fredrik Backman books they are always family orientated. Im currently reading How to Walk Away by Katherine Center and is a gorgeous family situation book


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