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ISBN:
0373443765
Author:
Linda Hall
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Love Inspired Suspense; Original edition (January 12, 2010)
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Rating:
4.7
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Book in the Whisper Lake Series). The rustic lakeside homestead is supposed to be a refuge for widow Nori Edwards. However, the moment the single mom arrives, strange and frightening things start happening.

Award winning and twice Christy-nominated author Linda Hall has written twelve novels and seven nonfiction books.

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Excuse us," Amy mumbled, and dragged Dan away several steps The wind rustled the fronds of the palm trees with an ominous whispering sound. Amy rubbed her bare arms. The air was warm and humid, but the wind had a cool edge to it.

Excuse us," Amy mumbled, and dragged Dan away several steps. Anonymous donor, gimme a break," he whispered excitedly. It was a Cahill for sure!" "That's probably how the box is rigged," Amy said, just as excited. The wind rustled the fronds of the palm trees with an ominous whispering sound. "Feels like a storm coming," Nellie said. But Amy couldn't keep her mind on the weather for long. She fingered the dragon medallion.

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Storm Warning (The 39 Clues Linda Sue Park Proofreader's note: There is a hidden message in this book, that says HE DIDN'T TELL THEM EVERYTHING. When they got to the back, Amy spoke in a ghostly whisper. CHAPTER 1 Bahamas. From now on, we don't let her know anything about what we're doing," she said. Dan stared at her in alarm.

The rustic lakeside homestead is supposed to be a refuge for widow Nori Edwards. However, the moment the single mom arrives, strange and frightening things start happening. Former police officer Steve Baylor—the only resident who'll step foot on the "cursed" property—vows to protect Nori. And catch the shadowy someone dead set on terrorizing her. For the first time, she feels safe. But danger won't stay hidden forever…and neither will Nori's stalker, who's waiting for a chance to let a deadly storm roll in.
  • Munimand
Linda Hall is a really good writer. Several of her stories are done on the coast of Maine - a very pretty pine tree state.

Legend has it that the ghost of Molly haunts Trail's End, the lodge that now belongs to Nori. A few teens are rumored to have disappeared from there over a year ago and folks are still talking about it. Strange things happen at the lodge or could it be that Nori is overtired or has too much on her mind? Perhaps someone or something is trying to scare her off.

Instead of getting to know her a bit, Steve becomes too concerned for Nori rather soon after meeting her. I thought the story was pretty good; a little corny.
  • Hudora
I had to backtrack and check to see if this was the same Linda Hall that wrote the Teri Blake-Addison mysteries. They were treasures. This was mildly entertaining. The story itself was great, but the writing was a bit juvenile for such an accomplished author. I was disappointed - an interesting read, but not a keeper in my book.
  • nadness
Linda Hall has great books I am reading as many of her books has I can . Love the author,
  • Getaianne
After purchasing Trail's End, a lodge with cabins on Whisper Lake Nori Edwards moves to the property hoping for a chance to start over. Her first task is to renovate the dilapidated lodge and to do so, she hires handyman Steve Baylor. Though he is not what he seems. Neither is the lodge.

Nori soon learns her property is considered cursed by the locals due to strange incidents from the past, including the disappearance of two teenagers. When strange things start happening to Nori, and she is warned to leave Trail's End, Steve, an ex-member of an elite military corps, vows to protect her from the danger that seems to surround her.

Storm Warning is Linda Hall's first book in her Whisper Lake series and I can't wait for book two. Hall can always be counted on to provide a book with rich characters who are multi-dimensional and a strong plot to carry the story, guaranteeing you will not want to put down her books until you finish them. She provides vivid descriptions that make the scenes come alive. Combine that with mystery in Storm Warning and that means a hair-raising setting. Even the name Whisper Lake adds to the suspense. So please do yourself a favor and pick up Storm Warning today. You'll be very glad you did.
  • Brick my own
Linda Hall is a good author. This is her first book in the 'Whisper Lake' series. We all face storms in our life - illnesses, the death of a loved one, etc. Nori, the lead character battles her own storm. She moves with her daughters to Whisper Lake in an attempt to start over after her husbands sudden death. Nori plans to renovate the old buildings and turn them into something new and beautiful. However, it is said that the island is haunted by a missing teen. Nori is curious and seeks answers.

I enjoyed this book and give Linda praise, I look forward to reading the remaining books in this series.
  • JUST DO IT
Whisper Lake
Book 1

In this first book, we meet Nori Edwards, a widow and mother of twin teenage girls (whom we never really meet since they are away for a summer-long mission trip). Nori has just bought an old homestead and plans to turn it into a retreat year-round. But when mysterious things start happening, she begins to believe it's haunted.

Steve Baylor has had some tragedy in his own life and wants to simply do his carpentry business and help out the town sheriff when it's needed. But after saving Lori's life during a storm, he learns that he may have a second chance to get the relationship thing right. The bond the two form is sweet, though slow as he tries to save her from whatever it haunting her - and he doesn't think it's a ghost!

The story was interesting with a few twists along the way. I thought the writing style was a bit juvenile at times, but I enjoyed reading it. I liked how the author took the relationship at the end of the book. Very sweet. I thought the actual telling of the story left a lot to be desired, but I still thought the mystery and romance were well done.
  • Paxondano
Linda Hall is one my favorite authors. So pleased finding it on Amazon....great price!!