This is book number 2 in the Bone Gap Travellers Novel series.
When a death among the close-knit Appalachian Irish Travellers nearly goes unnoticed, it's up to one of their own to shed light on the matter . . .
Not long after donning the uniform of the McCreary County Sheriff's department in Bone Gap, Tennessee, ex-Marine Brynn Callahan is sent to investigate the remains of a body discovered in a nearby cave. She never expected to recognize the victim--a fellow Traveller, Maura Keene.
After Brynn and her K-9, Wilco, find evidence leading her to question those closest to her, solving the case becomes a deeply personal matter. To find justice for a woman not unlike herself, Brynn must put her career on the line and her life at risk . . .
Praise for Splintered Silence
"Furlong's beautiful prose immerses you in the fascinating world of the Irish Travellers."
"Brynn and her war-injured dog are characters readers will root for."
"Well-crafted and deeply moving ... you'll fall in love with Wilco, one of the most compelling dogs to ever appear in fiction."
"One of the top 25 books of the year." --The Strand Magazine