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Hard Whispers by Pamela Martin
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Hard Whispers

by Pamela Martin

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Pick up a copy. Great read from start to finish. Global espionage at its finest interwoven into a story that you won't be able to put down. Definitely a thrilling read. This book is timely and relevant you won't believe the plots! On another note, Im not sure why the person who reviewed the book above on here wrote great book by Carl Henegan? Henegan is clearly not the author he is a theif! I also could not believe that Dan Brown had the nerve to also rip off this story as well. What is it with these people? Dan shame on you when Ms. Martin wrote this book 2 years prior to your Inferno. And Henegan you have never traveled outside of the Texas prison system! ( )
  Librarian33 | Jan 15, 2014 |
Hard Whispers, by Carl Henegan, is a fast moving suspense thriller. With elements of espionage, conspiracy and murder you are always on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next. I enjoy how the book starts out as two seemingly different story lines that I can not imagine coming together and then watching them merge into one. As with Carl Henegan’s first book, Yesterday’s Darkness, I arrived at the end exhausted by and elated with the experience I was able to be a part of and wanting more. ( )
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to my family for all the time i spent away from them writing these novels
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After recently graduating from college Pamela Graham, heir to the Graham publishing empire, sets off to fulfill a humanitarian goal of volunteering at a Russian orphanage.  While in Russia she inadvertently sets in motion a series of dark events.  While evading the Russian authorities by flying to Spain, she meets a biologist from Maryland who reveal a sinister American government conspiracy.  This knowledge takes her on a time sensitive race to survive long enough to expose the truth before the clock runs out for a vast number of unsuspecting victims.  A gripping saga of covert government action, classicism, and modern espionage, Topics on imunizations.  Hard Whispers runs at full speed with a spellbinding intensity that dances on the edge of reality.
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