"A delightful reading experience"
The small Louisiana town of Silence is anything but quiet
these days. Four men in eight months have been killed and
the townsfolk are afraid; they want the police to catch the
killer quickly. The only problem is the police are totally
stymied so the mayor has asked the FBI to come in since
their profile suggests that the murderer is a local cop.
Nell Gallagher ran away from Silence when she was
seventeen, but has returned twelve years later to settle
the family estate. Since she is also a FBI agent, she is
able to work undercover without anyone questioning her
motives. She must deal with rancher Max Tanner, who needs
to know why Nell closed the door on their relationship to
run away after they made love for the first time.
Kay Hooper's, psychic thrillers are always a delightful
reading experience and WHISPER OF EVIL is no exception.
Characters from previous works lend a sense of continuity
to the story line and readers will be glad to reunite with
favorites who feel like friends. The plot is complex and
has so many unexpected twists and turns that readers won't
be able to predict what happens next. This is a one
sitting read that will find its' way to the reader's keeper
© Harriet Klausner
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 7, 2002