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Border violence; corpses abandoned in the desert. Trafficking in an unknown drug. A dangerous religious cult in an isolated community. Sounds like headlines ripped from today’s newspaper but it’s the reality of the romantic suspense, Whispers of Innocence.
Enoch Smith, an intelligent, yet psychotic cult leader, uses more than his flock to execute God’s wrath on a sinful nation and evil government. Drake Elliot, a US Marshal underestimates the power of the cartel that injures his son and maims himself. Under the guise of protecting his brain-damaged son, Drake seeks revenge and returns to Arizona to find the cold and calculating people responsible for this tragedy. Micki Lewis, a journalist in Tucson, receives a tip regarding the origins of the latest drug to hit the streets and returns to Alta Vista, home of Enoch’s Children of God community in which she was once a member. Drake and Micki join forces to uncover the secrets behind the cult and its success helping children like Drake’s son recover normalcy. What they find is far worse than drugs coming across the border. Their discovery provides answers to the shadows that haunt their dreams and the hidden connection into their past; and their lives will never be the same.
There’s something suspicious going on at Spenser Lake. People are disappearing and their bodies never found. The fear and uncertainty of who will be next is affecting every resident of the tranquil community, but especially Kurt Hawkins. Two years after his wife goes missing, there are no clues, only the nightmares of what happened in her last moments. The constant guilt that somehow he was responsible precludes any thought of a normal life until he meets Danielle Gillette, a reclusive author with a rather large skeleton in her own closet. When the mystery behind the disappearances is discovered, along with the secrets they’ve withheld from each other, they discover that sometimes the truth cuts deeper than a lie.