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Whispers of Goodbye

by Karen White

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I need you. I am so afraid . . .As soon as she had read the words, Catherine set off for Louisiana to help her older sister. Upon entering the moss-draped woods surrounding the plantation house, Cat found herself immersed in a mystery as murky as the mighty Mississippi River. For Elizabeth had disappeared, and Cat couldn't help but suspect her sister's husband knew more than he was saying. His dark eyes told her he had great sadness; his arms said he had much warmth; and his lips had a language all their own. But not even a whisper of her sister. Drawn into a web of family secrets and ancient superstitions, Cat hardly knew what to fear most: the deadly cottonmouth snakes, the deceptively peaceful swamps, or the dashingly powerful man who could steal her breath and sear her heart.… (more)
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I need you. I am so afraid . . .As soon as she had read the words, Catherine set off for Louisiana to help her older sister. Upon entering the moss-draped woods surrounding the plantation house, Cat found herself immersed in a mystery as murky as the mighty Mississippi River. For Elizabeth had disappeared, and Cat couldn't help but suspect her sister's husband knew more than he was saying. His dark eyes told her he had great sadness; his arms said he had much warmth; and his lips had a language all their own. But not even a whisper of her sister. Drawn into a web of family secrets and ancient superstitions, Cat hardly knew what to fear most: the deadly cottonmouth snakes, the deceptively peaceful swamps, or the dashingly powerful man who could steal her breath and sear her heart.

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