The Singing Stones Author:Phyllis A Whitney Rainbow in the Mist...Feather on the Moon...In bestseller after bestseller, Phyllis A. Whitney has mesmerized us with her compelling tales of romance and suspense. Now once again the promise of excitement we've come to expect from a Phyllis Whitney novel is fulfilled in this engrossing story of murder and suspense, forgiveness and love. — It begi... more »ns one momentous October day when an unexpected letter arrives, inviting Lynn McLeod to the Virginia Blue Ridge home of Stephen Asche, her former husband. Stephen's daughter - by another woman - is troubled and needs her help. Lynn in a clinical psychologist whose work with terminally ill children has brought her a compassion and understanding that may help this little girl.
Despite her misgivings, Lynn accepts the invitation. As she is drawn subtly into the lives of everyone in the secluded household, old passions are revived and new mysteries encountered - disturbing mysteries about a local murder. Deadly secrets haunt Stephen and his daughter. The "Singing Stones" sound from the cliffs above the house, calling to Lynn - soft, hypnotic, and menacing. Somehow Lynn must find the answer if she is to save both Stephen and the child.
A compellingly original novel, The Singing Stones challenges our ideas about life and death, destiny and love.
Over 30 million copies of Phyllis A Whitney's novels are in print in the United States. Her books have been published in twenty foreign countries and have earned her the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America. Miss Whitney lives in the foothills of the Blue Ridge near Charlottesville, Virginia.« less