Let Me Whisper in your Ear

Let Me Whisper in your Ear

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Baker & Taylor
The discovery of a body buried at the famous Palisades Amusement Park and the horrifying death of a popular female television host arouse suspicions about reporter Laura Walsh, whose television obituaries seem a little prescient.

McMillan Palgrave
Reporter Laura Walsh's KEY News colleagues jokingly call her the "Angel of Death" because of her uncanny ability to have celebrities' obituaries ready to roll-even for people who are not expected to die. It seems someone's been "whispering" in Laura's ear, tipping her off to secrets about some of the rich and famous who don't have long to live.

When the remains of a 12-year old boy, missing for 30 years, are discovered buried where the legendary Palisades Amusement Park once stood, Laura sees her chance to move beyond the obits to "Hourglass," KEY News' answer to "60 Minutes." But when glamorous "Hourglass" host Gwyneth Gilpatric meets a devastating end, Laura's ready-to-air obit raises not only the suspicions of her co-workers, but of the police as well.

A tension-filled thriller from a rising star writer, Let Me Whisper in Your Ear is Mary Jane Clark's best book yet.


Holtzbrinck
Reporter Laura Walsh's KEY News colleagues jokingly call her the "Angel of Death" because of her uncanny ability to have celebrities' obituaries ready to roll-even for people who are not expected to die. It seems someone's been "whispering" in Laura's ear, tipping her off to secrets about some of the rich and famous who don't have long to live.

When the remains of a 12-year old boy, missing for 30 years, are discovered buried where the legendary Palisades Amusement Park once stood, Laura sees her chance to move beyond the obits to "Hourglass," KEY News' answer to "60 Minutes." But when glamorous "Hourglass" host Gwyneth Gilpatric meets a devastating end, Laura's ready-to-air obit raises not only the suspicions of her co-workers, but of the police as well.

A tension-filled thriller from a rising star writer, Let Me Whisper in Your Ear is Mary Jane Clark's best book yet.


Blackwell North Amer
Reporter Laura Walsh's KEY News colleagues jokingly call her the "Angel of Death" because of her uncanny ability to have celebrities obituaries ready to roll - even for people who are not expected to die. It seems someone's been "whispering" in Laura's ear, tipping her off to secrets about some of the rich and famous who don't have long to live.
When the remains of a twelve-year-old boy, missing for thirty years, are discovered buried where the legendary Palisades Amusement Park once stood, Laura sees her chance to move beyond the obits to Hourglass, KEY News's answer to 60 Minutes. But when glamorous Hourglass host Gwyneth Gilpatric meets a devastating end, Laura's ready-to-air obit raises not only the suspicions of her co-workers, but of the police as well.

Baker
& Taylor

The discovery of a twelve-year-old boy's body, buried thirty years earlier at the famous Palisades Amusement Park and the horrifying death of a popular female television host arouses suspicions about reporter Laura Walsh, whose television obituaries seem a little prescient. 50,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780312261917
0312261918
9780312938093
Branch Call Number: MYS Clark, MJ 100.3 2000
Characteristics: ix, 320 pages ; 24 cm

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