The Whispering Room

  • Title: The Whispering Room
  • Author: Amanda Stevens
  • ISBN: 9780778326281
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Whispering Room Work is a welcome refuge for New Orleans homicide detective Evangeline Theroux Feeling suffocated by her new baby in whose eyes she sees only her dead husband she throws herself into a high profile
    Work is a welcome refuge for New Orleans homicide detective Evangeline Theroux Feeling suffocated by her new baby, in whose eyes she sees only her dead husband, she throws herself into a high profile murder case Reclusive writer Lena Saunders offers Evangeline a provocative theory about the crime it is the work of a lunatic vigilante Lena spins the sordid story of RuthWork is a welcome refuge for New Orleans homicide detective Evangeline Theroux Feeling suffocated by her new baby, in whose eyes she sees only her dead husband, she throws herself into a high profile murder case Reclusive writer Lena Saunders offers Evangeline a provocative theory about the crime it is the work of a lunatic vigilante Lena spins the sordid story of Ruth and Rebecca Lemay, whose mother brutally murdered her male children in an insane effort to root out an evil gene The girls survived and grew to adulthood but one is carrying on her mother s grisly work.When the case takes a terrifyingly personal turn, Evangeline s whole life will depend on a crucial, impossible choice the lesser of two evils

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    1. Amanda Stevens is the award winning author of over fifty novels, including the modern gothic series, The Graveyard Queen Her books have been described as eerie and atmospheric, a new take on the classic ghost story Born and raised in the rural south, she now resides in Houston, Texas, where she enjoys binge watching, bike riding and the occasional Horror Night with friends.The Graveyard Queen trailer youtube watch v lrCf_e twitter AmandaStevensTXfacebook amandastevensbooksamandastevensbooks gmail


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    1. *Rating* 4.0*Genre* Thriller/Suspense*Review*New Orleans homicide detective Evangeline Theroux has hit a rough spot in her life. She is a widow after her husband Johnny Theroux, who was also a New Orleans police officer, was shot three times and killed in what appeared to be a drug hit.She has a 5 month old baby who she feels disconnected from. Not that she’s a bad mother. She’s definitely not. She just feels that she hasn’t done enough to earn the love of the precocious little boy and he [...]

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    2. The Whispering Room is a story of pure evil. Evil that is lurking around every corner which has now landed on the doorstep of Detective Evangeline Theroux’s (“Evie”) home.Evie’s a highly decorated detective with the New Orleans Police Department (“NOPD”). She’s tough and smart and once she gets her hooks into something, she won’t let go. As tough as she is, she’s having difficulty dealing with the death of her husband, Johnny, a year ago. Johnny was also a detective with the NO [...]

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    3. I can't get over how fast I read this book! When I hear the term 'page-turner' I tend to scoff for the most part. Not many books do that for me, but this one fits the term to a honkin' big T! If I could have just stayed in one place and only read, I'd have finished it in a few hours. It was my bedside book, so I had to sleep or get up and function for the day and had to set it aside for the three nights/mornings it took. I almost didn't let it stay my bedside book as the beginning is hyper-spook [...]

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    4. I can remember reading this author's debut novel, The Dollmaker when it first came out. I was hooked. I could not get my hands on the next book, The Devil's Footprints fast enough. Since then I have read a few other books by this author. When looking for a book to read recently I jumped at the chance to pick up this book that has been siting on my to be read shelf for quite some time. The story started out find. It was building up to be a creepy thriller. I was ready to settle in and enjoy the r [...]

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    5. The Whispering Room be Amanda Stevens was a surprise. I didn't think i would like it, but i enjoyed it emensely. It starts out as a slow horror story but it doesn't rely on horror alone. It brings in a crime element and phychotic people. Evangeline, a new mom to DJ, is a police detective in New Orleans, who is still grieving her murdered husband Johnny. She's still searching for his killer when she's called to the grisly scene of murdered attorney Paul Churchill. When she and her partner Mitchel [...]

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    6. If you hate snakes, this book is definitely a thriller. Evangeline Theroux is new mother, recently widowed, and a homicide detective with New Orleans P.D. She's thrown into a high profile case which she attempts to link with her husband's murder and ultimately winds up in the middle of a murder case some 30 years old. An absorbing page turner.

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    7. Amanda Stevens manages to creep me out and give me chills every time I read of her stories. That's a pretty big feat. Awesome lady :)

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    8. This was knda boring. Very cliche! As though the author took her characters (and dialogue) from television. The annoying female cliche cop ACTUALLY SAYS (twice, while interrogating 2 different people): "But you wouldn't know anything about that, would you?"WOW! Dragnet! Officer Friday delivered a better line. The snake angle was fine, different and new, but it was such a fast read becuase it was soooo cliche and boring. I dont care about most characters in genre fiction, but when I start to hate [...]

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    9. I enjoyed the suspense, but the writing was definitely the most basic way to tell a story. At times, the clichés started bugging me. Like, trying to describe Evangeline's pain at losing her husband, or her love for her son. I wasn't convinced. Whatever - it was a fun read, a quick read, & I liked the twist.

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    10. New Orleans homicide detective Evangeline Theroux is a recent widow with a new baby. She throws herself into the crime of a mother who brutally murdered her male children in an insane effort to root out an "evil" gene. But the mother's daughters survived and grew to adulthood, but one is carrying on her mother's grisly work. Very good read. Absorbing, a page turner.

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    11. I loved this one - all except for the snakes that is. This was my first book by Amanda Stevens but definitely won't be the last.I always find the setting of the Louisiana Bayou to be creepy all by themselves, add a couple of crazed killers and voila a very good story.

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    12. I'm back at it! This was an enjoyable read. A few too many extra characters in my mind, but good twists to compensate. An easy 3.5 stars.

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    13. I am totally hooked on Amanda Stevens now. The Whispering Room was fantastic. Just when you think you have things figured out, you don't. I second guessed myself right to the very end.

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    14. This was not at all what I expected iy to be. Man, I was seriously suckered punch not realizing the rug was goung to be snatched underneath me like this book. All for the sake of a strong belief of getting rid of the male population in this family dynamic.

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    15. A friend gave me this book as she thought I would like it. Turns out, I loved it. Such a great story. I want to write about it, but don't want to spoil it.And thank you Amanda Stevens for the answer to a question about FBI agentsey always have their a suit on.Great storygo out and read.

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    16. Finished! I stayed up until 1:00 am finishing it - and on a school night too! In general I liked the book but could be very nit pickie about it. **Spoilers** I had it figured out after Chapter One that Evangeline would be the missing baby. Sometimes the bookcovers give too much away. If she hadn't beenat would have been the twist. I was surprised about Lena/Rebecca/Ruth twist and it was great! The part about her parents divorce seemed to be thrown in for some reason. If she wanted her parents to [...]

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    17. It’s not often in these contemporary times that I find books that have that true gothic feel to them;” The Whispering Room” is going to be numbered in that short list. Set in New Orleans with Evangeline Theroux the lead character; a Homicide Detective who has all the strength’s and flaws of a modern woman. After recently becoming widow, a new murder case opens up that is starting to connect the death of her Police Detective husband with unknown criminal elements. If that is not enough to [...]

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    18. Well, I finished this in one day, so I think it's safe to say I enjoyed this book!New Orleans homicide detective Evangeline Theroux is trying to submerge her devastation over the death of her husband, and her fears that she is incapable of loving her infant son as much as she should, with a single-minded focus on her work.When a high-profile and fairly bizarre murder case comes up, Evie dives in, but when a tip from an unusual source suggests a connection between the current murder and another h [...]

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    19. This was a great book that sucked you in right from the start. I really felt sorry for Evangeline, she had been going through some rough stuff. She seemed sort of disconnected to her life, like she hadn't really dealt with her grief over Johnny and wasn't sure what to do about JD. That all changed over a seemingly random call to a crime scene.While investigating this crime she learned more than she ever wanted to about her husband, her family, and the secrets that families have. It seemed like a [...]

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    20. Detective Evangeline Theroux and her partner Mitchell Hebert have snagged a bizarre murder. A prominent lawyer is found dead in an abandoned building on the wrong side of town bitten to death by snakebite. There is absolutely no chance that it is accidental. Strange incidents begin happening to Evangeline which somehow are connected to this crime scene. This book is full of religious zealots, psychopaths, psychiatric patients, cops and FBI agents. The constantly twisting plot and escalating susp [...]

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    21. The prologue, a mere 9 pages, was the best part of The Whispering Room. The majority of the book was spent explaining how Det. Theroux was betrayed by her husband - at least it seemed to be the majority of the book because it was such an annoying diversion. The same goes for Sonny Bett's, the drug thug. Was he supposed to throw me off trail? Beyond the first nine pages, I can't recommend this book.

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    22. So for the most part this was a pretty good story, but I felt like this book is part of a larger story or series. There were several elements introduced -- in fact, characters go to great lengths to point them out and make a big deal about them -- and then nothing. A romantic relationship was a bit of a surprise and felt rushed and a bit tacked on -- like perhaps it was something that built in the second or third (or slightly longer) story.That being said, I do like the tension Amanda Stevens ma [...]

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    23. Evangeline is a detective trying to get by after her husband was killed leaving her pregnant. She's trying to remain stoic but everyone else is calling her cold. A high powered lawyer is killed and she's trying to figure out who did it and if it had anything to do with her husband's murder. A HUGE mystery that's outside of her husband's case is also thrown in and it totally threw me for a loop. Great book. I've read her Graveyard Queen books and this one is just as good. I would recommend it.

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    24. This was a great read. I really enjoyed Stevens' writing and the way it all tied in at the end. I have to admit that I had a suspicion of who the baby was about half way through the book but some of the revelations in this book I did NOT predict. The creepiness of the snakes and the random clues throughout were great. It kept my interest the whole time. I really felt for Evangeline when it came to the fears, the love, and the joy for her baby boy. The premise of this story was very creative and [...]

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    25. I was home sick for the day and read this book in one sitting. It's an easy read which I needed since I was fuzzy headed. I thought the story was great. The twist and turns didn't seem contrived. I didn't figure out what was going on until well towards the end. Lately, I've been put off by bad dialouge. Nothing about this book irked me, including the dialouge. I even thought the plot was original. I would recommend this book/author for anyone who wants a slightly scary thriller. Enjoy!

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    26. A solid murder mystery/police procedural with a different sort of main character - a young, beautiful, recently widowed new mother, who is a petite spitfire of a Louisiana cop, investigating in the bayou. Creepy case that inevitably gets too personal for Evangeline. If you're squeamish about snakes (like me), be warned that snakes play a significant role in this book :o(

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    27. When I first started this I was a little disappointed. In the end I liked it better than I thought I would. There were enough twists and turns to keep the plot going, but it wasn't difficult to follow. Good (not great) writing. Good mix of characters, but not so many and so many interconnected that you couldn't keep track of them. I would give 3.5 stars if I could.

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    28. NLGR: Finished excellent book.l the twists and turns she adds to the story kept me interested and wanting more.iles. I highly reccomment this book to anyone who love mystery,suspense,and a just a touch of romance.iles. It made me laugh, cry, and just was creepy in some spots.is is a book that has it all and I give it 5 stars.

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    29. The book sucked me in from the beginning. I thought the ending was particularly interesting and had a nice twist that I didn't see coming. I am still trying to figure out how the cover to the book fits into the story though. I could think of several other things they could do to make the cover fit better. I will def. read more by this author in her mysteries series.

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