Jayne Ann Krentz Reminds Readers to Face Their Fears in ‘Promise Not To Tell’ [REVIEW]


Three cult survivors. A fire that unites them all. And a mysterious threat from the past that is determined to silence them all forever. Jayne Ann Krentz’s PROMISE NOT TO TELL is more than just romantic suspense, it is a story that reminds us that it is possible to vanquish our fears.

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pexels-photo-417070.jpeg One woman will never forget the night fire took her mother’s life in Jayne Ann Krentz’s Promise Not to Tell. (Photo courtesy Pexels.)

When a tortured but talented artist casts herself into the sea, she leaves behind a legacy of secrets that threaten to roll in with the tide. Now, a gallery owner and a private investigator who share a mysterious history must discover the truth before they become the next to die in Jayne Ann Krentz’s delicious new novel, Promise Not to Tell. 

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