Whistle in the Dark (Google eBook)
"It was then that she heard the whistling. Softly at first, then growing stronger and louder. It scared her, but did not surprise her. After all, she had been waiting for him all along.""In the suburbs of Chicago, Psychologist Dena Davis has devoted her life to helping others deal with the aftermath of violent crimes. A victim herself, she has led a quiet life ever since her husband was killed in a plane crash several years ago. But when an attempted murder disrupts the tranquil life she had pieced together for herself, Dena hires Private Investigator Nick O'Neal to hunt down the would-be killer. In their search for the truth Dena and Nick unravel a twisted and evil connection to her past. As the horrors began to unveil, Dena realizes she has no one left to trust.""Lisa Caretti grew up in Detroit and now resides in Washington Township, Michigan with her husband and three children. In addition to helping manage her husband's different marketing firms, Lisa is an Area Manager for Arbonne International and is the founder of a non-profit organization called The Healing Nest, which supports women and children with cancer. Lisa enjoys the writings of John Stanford, Sue Grafton, and Linda Howard. Whistle in the Dark is her first published novel and she is currently working on her next book, The Last to Know."
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