Whiskey Creek Press
Rating: 3 Cups
Stephen Quinn thought that he had escaped the horror of Gen Tech and Philip’s death. The bond that they had seems to have reappeared, giving him images of the murders committed by the infamous Full Moon Killer. In his new career as a profiler, he is called in to give his opinion of a murderer he is afraid he knows all too well.
Charlie has been assigned to find out just how much Quinn knows about the killer and the Gen Tech disaster. She answers directly to the General in charge of the project. She has orders to terminate Stephen if he gets too close to the answers, but she is getting too close to Stephen.
The Full Moon Killer picks out throwaway people such as the homeless and prostitutes and leaves them drained of all blood. The murders are becoming more and more frequent now that the killer has arrived in Minneapolis. When profiler Stephen Quinn makes the connection between the killer and the experiments he participated in years before, he must find the killer before the killer finds him.
Night Whispers is such a suspenseful novel that you will want to read with all the lights on. Quinn and Charlie are very well written characters and Malcolm is horrifying. The General and his henchmen are evil and creepy and I felt sorry for Ethan. The author’s prose does tend to be a little purple at times, but the suspenseful and action filled plot make up for any shortcomings.
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