When Tom and his son Jake move to Featherbank, they’re looking for a fresh start.
But this sleepy village has a dark past – fifteen years earlier a serial killer haunted it’s streets. In the days before he struck, his young victims claimed to hear whispers in the night.
Of course, an old crime need not trouble Tom and Jake.
Until another boy goes missing.
And then Jake says he hears a whispering at his window…
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The only reason I didn’t read it in one sitting was because it creeped me out at night and I love to read at night. So I opted to read it during the day, which helped a little bit.
It’s a story of a boy who is different. A policeman needing to close a 20 yr old case. A dad trying desperately to understand his son.
I loved the characters. I enjoyed the different POVs we got read. Well written.
Definitely on my recommend list.
The Whisper Man received 4.5 stars from me!