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Whispers Mass Market Paperback – Aug 1 2003

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra - Kensington; Revised edition (Aug. 1 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0821776037
  • ISBN-13: 978-0821776032
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 3 x 17.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #917,214 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From Publishers Weekly

In a letter to readers, Jackson (Cold Blooded, etc.) declares this a "spanking brand new edition" of her 1999 romantic suspense novel, complete with new twists and a new ending. As such, it should generate plenty of excitement among her fans, but new readers may be put off by the book's overabundance of sex and violence. After being approached to run for Governor of Oregon, Dutch Holland vows to lay the skeletons of his past to rest. He soon learns, however, that they won't go away so easily. Sixteen years earlier, his rival's younger son, Harley Taggert, was murdered, and Dutch believes one of his own daughters may have been responsible. Now, journalist Kane Moran has returned home to crack open the case and write a book about it, despite the fact that his actions may hurt his old crush, single mom Claire Holland, Dutch's daughter. Harley's brother, Weston Taggert, a typical animal-abusing sexual deviant, also hates Dutch and would do anything to discredit the Hollands. The relationship between Kane, a lowborn, abused bad boy, and the unreachable, well-off Claire follows a familiar path, but the pages practically sizzle when they're together. Stock secondary characters and predictable family dramas leech away some of the suspense, but Jackson livens up her story with a final, dizzying twist.
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.

About the Author

LISA JACKSON is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than seventy-five novels, including After She’s Gone, Close to Home, Tell Me, Deserves to Die, You Don’t Want to Know, Running Scared, and Shiver. She has over twenty million copies of her books in print in nineteen languages. She lives with her family and three rambunctious dogs in the Pacific Northwest. Readers can visit her website at and find her on Facebook. --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Overall this is a very good story with an interesting plot and characters. However, as was stated by another reviewer, there are way too many repetitions of the same themes, and even the exact same words, over and over again. But even worse than that are the glaring discrepancies. Like this from Chapter 26 "He looked so deeply into her eyes she was certain he could see past her pain, past her lies, to the truth. The seconds ticked by in silence and finally Miranda opened her eyes." How the heck was he looking deeply into her eyes if her eyes were closed????? There are too many of these to list, but another example is that early in the book it is stated that Claire found out her husband was cheating on her when she was pregnant with her daughter, and late in the book it is stated that she found first found out when her daughter was two. Discrepancies like this spoil my enjoyment of the book.
However, I did really like the story. This is the first Lisa Jackson book that I have read and I definitely will read more of her work.
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Lisa Jackson's romantic suspense `Whispers', is the kind of book I most enjoy taking on a holiday. It is filled with suspense, an easy read, hard to put down but if I have to, I can get back into it easily. Jackson knows how to write the perfect `getaway' novel. She is in my personal top 10, of female authors I read.

As the letter in the beginning of the novel states, `Whispers' is a reprint of an earlier 1996 edition that has been revised and includes "new twists and turns". I believe I read the earlier version as I've read almost all of Jackson's books, but since I'm an avid reader I don't recall for sure. All I do know is that when I want a good read, I pick one of Lisa Jackson's suspenseful novels.

`Whispers' is the story of three Holland sisters, one of whom may be responsible for murdering Harley Taggert, their father's rival's son. Claire Holland returns to her family lake house after sixteen years and struggles to keep a secret that has haunted her. Kane Moran, journalist-turned-writer from the `wrong side of the tracks' (or lake) has also returned. With one purpose in mind. To write the book by getting to the truth and exposing the murderer of Harley Taggert.

In a modern day Romeo and Juliet-like plot, Kane and Claire may come from opposite sides of the bank, but their attraction is raw, appealing and undeniable. In fact, all the characters are developed expertly, the pacing is taut and the revelations make sense. That is what makes a great suspense novel. If you're looking for a solid read with crisp characters and dialogue, check out `Whispers'. You won't be disappointed. Kudos, Lisa!

~ Cheryl Kaye Tardif, [....]
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I have read both versions of this book and they are both equally impressive. I say Ms. Jackson sure has the ability to put people on the edge of thier seats. Once again, I lost sleep reading this book.
This starts off with a multi-millionaire, Dutch Holland running for Governor of Oregon. He summons all his rich daughters to his home because he needs to get to the bottom of the murder of a Harley Taggert that happened many years ago. Harley was engaged to marry the protogist of this story, Claire who is also Dutch's daughter. Dutch wants to make sure that his daughters had nothing to so with the murder since that can ruin his chances of becoming the Governor. His obstacles is the Taggert family since both families had hostile business competition for many years. The Taggerts will do anything to destroy the Holland name, especially Weston Taggert who has the ability to use and abuse women.
Claire left Oregon for another life in another state right after the murder to put the episode out of her mind. Now, she is happily divorced with two children. She finds herself getting attracted to Kane Moran who grew up on the wrong side of the road. Kane Moran has come back from the military to write a tell all book on the murder and intends to get to the bottom of it, but he has an agenda of his own. He was always attracted to Claire and finds the sparks flying again.
The Holland sisters all know what happened the night of Harley's murder and they will do what can not to get exposed and they have thier own reasons, but what reasons, the reader has to figure out for themselves.
I highly recommend this book.
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By A Customer on Oct. 19 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I enjoyed the book at first, but once I really got into it, I found some of the same old information being repeated OVER and OVER. I was so tired of the same expressions, that I began writing them down to see how many more times they would be repeated! Dutch wishing he had "sired" sons, referring to Miranda as the "ice princess," hairs standing up on the back of characters' necks that felt "cold as death" etc. etc. A reader over the age of 12 can get it after the hundreth time that Miranda is icy, Claire is mediocre and Tessa has the wild streak. For Pete's sake!
I also agree with one of the other reviews that the sex scenes were ridiculous. How many times did we have to read the phrase "spread her legs??" And these girls were 15 - 18 years old during these "steamy" encounters. Weston was WAY overdone as a male pig, and the rivalry between the two families was a bit overbearing, as well.
I only gave it two stars because the storyline could have been a really good one without all of the other nonsense.
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