In Unspoken by Dee Henderson, Bryce Bishop is collectible coin shop dealer in Chicago, and he is bored. He is bored until he is met with an offer he can't refuse. Charlotte Graham sets up a coin shop next door to his shop, and she tells him that she won't open her shop if he buys all of her inventory - which includes her grandfather's entire coin collection.
As Bryce spends time with Charlotte, he becomes more and more interested eventually discovering that she was abducted 18 years earlier - the most famous kidnapping in Chicago history.
If that weren't enough of a story line, Henderson has also included the story of Bryce's friends, Ann and Paul, attempting to solve a cold case about a baby boy who was kidnapped and killed.
Eventually both stories come together, making this book one of the best suspense books I have ever read.
*I received an electronic copy of this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*