Down in Whisper

Down in Whisper
Print: $14.99, ebook: $4.99
Series: Whisper, Book 6
Genre: Contemporary Fantasy
Publisher: My Big Fat Orange Cat Publishing
Publication Year: 2015
ISBN: 0692336087

One plane down and one missing pilot equals too many unanswered questions in Whisper

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About the Book

A downed plane and a missing pilot are just the start of problems on Whisper

A plane crashes in the night. A pilot is dead. People disappear.

Each new mystery brings more questions to Barringer and Associates.  Peter depends upon Meg and Rain to find the answers. Meg decides she must be the one to find them.

It might be difficult, as the playing field doesn’t seem level. Meg’s coworkers are checking in with Rain and everyone, even Meg’s father, seems determined to keep her from seeing the plane wreckage. Frustrated, Meg keeps working harder, turning up contradictory information.

If she can’t get the pieces of the mystery together, who else will disappear from Whisper? And what will Meg do if it’s Peter?

Down in Whisper is another exciting installment in the popular Whisper series.

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