The Whisper Man by Alex North An investigation seeks to catch a serial killer preying on small towns, and Alex North weaves a multigenerational tale of a father and son caught in the crosshairs. Tom Kennedy and his son Jake feel healed by a fresh start after lost their mother suddenly. Featherbank: a new beginning, a new house, a new community. There is however a dark past to Featherbank. Five residents were abducted and murdered by a serial killer twenty years ago. He always told his victims to go out at night by whispering at their windows, so he was nicknamed "The Whisper Man" until he was caught. In the middle of settling into their new home, a boy goes missing. As Frank Carter's crimes resemble Isaac's disappearance, old rumors about him preying on victims with an accomplice are reignited. To find the boy before it is too late, detectives Amanda Beck and Pete Willis must reunite with Peter's nemesis from prison: the Whisper Man. Jake initially behaved strangely, but then changed. At his window, he hears a whisper.