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Trouble doubles down on wildlife ranger Nick Drake.

In the latest novel in the highly acclaimed contemporary western thriller series, a mysterious Native American pleads with Nick Drake to find her missing six-year-old twins. At the same time, an arsonist goes on a rampage. As Nick mounts a desperate search for the children, he is forced to fight fire with fire when the pyromaniac targets the people and land he loves.

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Award-winning author Dwight Holing draws on his deeply rooted connection to the American West and understanding of the natural world to create a masterful story. With prose that crackles like the unforgiving setting, the suspense builds and drives The Whisper Soul to a climax as powerful as a force of nature.

©2020 Dwight Holing (P)2020 Dwight Holing

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  • Clifford K.
  • 15-01-2021

a very good story in the series

The author really works hard to give some good indigenous insights to the area he's writing about and some of the key issues that face indigenous people. he tries to honor the indigenous culture language while telling an interesting story. Of course reoccurring characters give us that special attachment that a lot of us who read and listen to books a lot enjoy. of course he gives some wonderful insights to a part of the world that not a lot of people understand. In addition he gives some knowledge and education to people who might have suffered from PSD no matter what war they were in.

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  • Rusty B
  • 20-09-2020

Good Story...something doesn't feel right

Author has exceptional talent...but his relationship is a male pipedream. Relationships evolve. The good ones make your life worse for awhile. The most exciting this relationship gets is when she claims to foresee the future and calls him 'hot shot.' Who is Gemma? What does Nick bring to the relationship...baggage...he`s been through hell but no relationship baggage...no 'things` to work through? That said Dwight Holing`s skill at description, especially descriptive action is second to none. I am not only on the Spitfire traveling 130mph across the flat...I AM driving it...burning through the curves in the black of night...I hear the engine scream! Considering that I`m 72 and just had hip surgery...well done! Very well done! Story...very good. With the exception of the relationship thing. Try this...Gemma gets killed. I could never get a feel for who she was anyway, so, you can make this happen...Pudge and November are naturally devastated. Everyone is supportive until Nick brings Santa Fe Sally home from a Game Warden's convention ...she has long legs and she loves the shack...so they get married and begin to learn about each other. Sally, a budding writer is determined to interview November about Native Ceremonies and copy some beadwork designs for her up coming best seller. There is baggage...

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  • Diana Hart 33
  • 13-09-2020

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This is such a good series!! I absolutely love it. now I have to wait for the next book. that saddens me, this won't disappoint, the story is fast paced and extremely satisfying. only thing I want to know is when is Nick gonna become a deputy and when will he ask Gemma to marry him!?

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