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Whisper Man: The chilling must-read Richard & Judy thriller pick

Author: Alex North
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THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER, RICHARD & JUDY PICK & GUARDIAN BOOKS OF THE YEAR



The gripping thriller that will give you chills this winter . . .





'THE BEST CRIME NOVEL OF THE DECADE' Steve Cavanagh, bestselling author of Twisted

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If you leave a door half-open, soon you'll hear the whispers spoken . . .


Still devastated after the loss of his wife, Tom Kennedy and his young son Jake move to the sleepy village of Featherbank, looking for a much-needed fresh start.


But Featherbank has a dark past. Fifteen years ago, a twisted serial killer abducted and murdered five young boys.


Until he was finally caught, the killer was known as 'The Whisper Man'.


Of course, an old crime need not trouble Tom and Jake as they try to settle in to their new home.


Except that now another boy has gone missing. And then Jake begins acting strangely.



He says he hears a whispering at his window . . .
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'A true skin-crawler'
Guardian


'This flawlessly plotted thriller absolutely deserves to be shouted about'
Sunday Mirror


'An ambitious, deeply satisfying thriller - a seamless blend of Harlan Coben, Stephen King, and Thomas Harris' A J Finn, bestselling author of The Woman in the Window


'Shades of Thomas Harris and Stephen King but brilliant in its own right' C. J. Tudor, bestselling author of The Chalk Man


'More than just superbly creepy, this beautifully written thriller might just break your heart a little, too' Heat


Bertrams Buyer's Notes:

A grieving father and son fall into the orbit of a serial killer upon moving to a small town, caught up in the legacy of the notorious Whisper Man who the son hears at his window. The }Guardian{ praised }The Whisper Man{ as 'a gripping exploration of father-son relationships'.