Whisper: a novel

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Charles Scribner's, Feb 10, 1992 - Fiction - 241 pages
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After his father collapses on the street, Ben Hastings becomes obsessed with the older woman who rescued him, and as he comes to know her better, he falls prey to a sinister attraction, which drains him of everything but his passion for her.

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WHISPER

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Doty's follow-up to What She Told Him (1984) and Fly Away Home (1982) is the strange but compelling tale of a woman who attracts her lovers through the stories she tells—alluring fiction in the urban ... Read full review

Whisper: a novel

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Dorothea Ellison, the mysterious center of Doty's new novel, is one of the most evocative fictional characters this reviewer has ever encountered, and Doty draws her out slowly, carefully. Hers is a ... Read full review

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Section 3
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