At UCLA, Dr. Daniel Braden demonstrates gentle hypnosis to his Psychology II class. However, one of the students Sandi Boecknel reacts strangely when she regresses back to World War II Germany. An elated Daniel believes he can earn a lot of money by writing a book about his experimenting with Sandi.
After Daniel tricks her into a second regression, Sandi decides to visit Germany to learn what she can about Helga von Waltz, who is her connection to the Nazi hierarchy that she meets in her hypnotic state. Her parents and her fiancé object, but Sandi goes ahead with the trip anyway accompanied by Daniel. In Europe, they search for information on Helga even as they fall in love. However, someone wants Sandi dead while Daniel knows that he must tell his beloved why he joined her quest though he dreads her reaction.
WHISPERS IN THE NIGHT is a great paranormal tale with a strong romance that is difficult to describe without giving away the surprising twists to the plot. Readers will want to set aside the time for one sitting, as the audience will need to know what is really going on with Sandi. Daniel is an interesting protagonist and the secondary characters specially those in California augment the tale with their reactions to Sandi's investigation. Fans of psychic phenomena will relish this well written thriller that will provide much delight to the paranormal romance reader too.
Reader To Reader: Harriet Klausner