A chilling new spin-off series from USA TODAY bestselling author Debra Webb sure to keep you up all night…
Former homicide detective Clint Hayes has his first client as a private investigator: a fragile beauty he isn’t sure he can trust. An injury has left Natalie Drummond with gaps in her memory, and she sees and hears things that aren’t there. But she’s sure she shot an intruder in her Birmingham mansion. So where’s the body, the gun, the evidence? When it’s clear someone is trying to kill his vulnerable client, Clint appoints himself her protector, working overtime not to fall for her. But someone is dead set that Natalie never regains her memories—or makes new ones with Clint.
From the Author
Don’t miss ENVY the prequel to DARK WHISPERS!
Award winning DEBRA WEBB was born in Alabama and wrote her first story at age nine. After spending three years working for the military behind the Iron Curtain and a five-year stint with NASA, she realized her true calling. A collision course between dark suspense and a touch of romance was set. Since then she has penned more than 100 novels including her internationally bestselling Colby Agency and Faces of Evil series. Visit Debra at http://www.DebraWebb.com.
This novel comes with everything you except and more from Debra Webb’s, Faces of Evil novels. Don’t worry if you haven’t read them, this can be read as a standalone, but it might spoil the relationships from the original 10 published.
Natalie has TBI and can’t remember everything that happened around her fall and the sequence and which things happened. She felt that she was regressing but with so many people keeping secrets from her she didn’t know what was true and what were disillusions.
Clint Hayes, has left the PD to work as a PI with Jess and Buddy at their new firm and takes Natalie’s case because he believed her when no one else could and there was just something about her that drew him in.
Getting to hang with the old gang while unraveling hidden secrets and following the dark whispers you will be on the edge of your seat trying to anticipate what is coming at you next.