Debra Webb’s ‘Dark Whispers’ Wreaks Havoc With Our Sanity [REVIEW]

Gun

Natalie Drummond is sure she shot the person who broke into her home. Or did she? Find out in Debra Webb’s Dark Whispers.
(Photo by Jo Christian Oterhals, Flickr)

Natalie Drummond needs help. Since suffering a brain injury, there are gaps in her short term memory. Still, she insists someone is watching her. She hears and sees things, sights and sounds which she can not explain. Her doctor says these apparitions may only be flashbacks, but she isn’t so sure. Thus begins Debra Webb’s thrilling new novel, Dark Whispers. 

Debra Webb's DARK WHISPERS

Harlequin

After three detective firms turn down her case, Natalie stumbles upon B&C Investigations. She tells them what she does remember, that someone was trying to break into her Birmingham mansion, so she instinctively reached for her late father’s gun and shot the perpetrator. However, neither the body nor the gun can be found. Is someone cruelly playing upon her fragile mental state in order to cover their tracks?

The agency assigns former homicide detective Clint Hayes to the case. It will be up to him to follow the clues no matter where they lead. But uncovering the truth is only part of the job. He must also protect his new client and try hard not to fall in love with her in the process.

As the first book in Webb’s spin-off to her beloved Colby Agency franchise, Dark Whispers is a gripping and fast-paced introduction to her new Faces of Evil series. Although this is somewhat new territory for Webb, all the elements that have made her other books so popular are still her.

First, the author’s ear for dialogue and gift for characterization are ever present, and fans will welcome her quirky, charming cast as they assist in the investigation. Readers may also find themselves cheering on Clint and Natalie as they navigate through the tricky waters surrounding their potential romance.

Most of all, and perhaps most important, this is a well crafted story that lingers in the mind long after the last page is turned. If you love a puzzling tale that wreaks havoc with your sanity, you won’t want to miss this fun and entertaining read.

Debra Webb

Debra Webb
(Photo by Marti Corn Photography)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Debra Webb is the USA Today bestselling author of more than 100 novels, including the Faces of Evil and the Colby Agency series. She currently has more than 4 million of her books in print worldwide in numerous languages and countries.

She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Romantic Suspense, the esteemed L.A. Banks Warrior Woman Award, and the distinguished Centennial Award for having published her 100th novel.

Born in Alabama, Debra grew up on a farm and spent her childhood making up stories and exploring the world around her. She wrote her first story at age nine and her first romance at 13.

But it wasn’t until she spent three years working for the Commanding General of the US Army in Berlin behind the Iron Curtain and five years in NASA’s Shuttle Program that she found her true calling and began writing romantic suspense. Her books have been dazzling readers ever since.

To find out more about Ms. Webb and her books, visit her home on the Web at debrawebb.com, follow her on Facebook or on Twitter.

DARK WHISPERS
By Debra Webb
256 pgs. Harlequin. $5.50

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About Heather Fink
Heather Fink is a writer, bibliophile and award-winning librarian who loves to introduce the next generation of readers to the wonderful world of books. She currently resides in Texas.

One Response to Debra Webb’s ‘Dark Whispers’ Wreaks Havoc With Our Sanity [REVIEW]

  1. Jathan Fink says:

    Reblogged this on Jadeworks Entertainment and commented:

    A woman with a brain injury shot a perpetrator during a home invasion. Or did she? Debra Webb plays mind games with us in her thriller, Dark Whispers, the first in a brand new series.

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