Review: Dead Air

Dead Air: A Novel of Suspense


Three can keep a secret, but only if two are dead.

No one knows that better than Kaitlyn Ashe, who has been running from a childhood secret her whole life. Until now. Crowned the top-rated radio DJ in Philadelphia, she is finally ready to settle down with her fiancé and new friends who know nothing about her past. When a sudden flood of anonymous letters threatens her seemingly charmed life, she realizes that someone out there knows. But who? As the threatening letters escalate, Kaitlyn’s life spirals toward a reunion in the one place she’d hoped to never visit again: The Shallows. Isn’t her secret buried with the dead?

From the Philadelphia skyline to the rural suburbs of New Jersey, Dead Air weaves a suspenseful tale of past misdeeds and present malice as Kaitlyn plays a deadly game of cat and mouse with a mysterious killer who will stop at nothing to get revenge.

Rating: 5-stars


Dead Air by Michael Bradley is one perfect suspense novel! It contains enough danger, risks, and secrets to keep me reading. It is intriguing. A young woman keeps ignoring the bad memory from her past. However, someone or some people are trying to force her memory of that dreadful time. I still had no idea what that bad moment entailed, when, or why. But when I was in the know a little more with each page, I was fascinated. Someone wants Kaitlyn, a radio talk host, to suffer. Her sufferings from the horrible anonymous letters to the replaying of a song were not enough to scare. There is more planned for her. Kaitlyn and those around her are in danger. I love how Michael Bradley keeps me in suspense and in the moment. I had just as much knowledge as Kaitlyn did. The pieces of the puzzle were there when the writer wants me to know. The characters are well-developed. I like them all. Especially, Kaitlyn and her fiancé, Brad plus, the detective. Overall, this was one fast-paced, well-crafted thriller.

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