About Whisper County
The beautiful and mysterious waitress Annabelle disappears and all fingers point to Gus Olson, who was the last person to see her. When law enforcement find blood spattered across his farm and his hand wounded, they arrest him for murder. Now he sits in jail while his attorney rolls up his sleeves and does his utmost to get him acquitted. He finds is easier said then done. In the meantime, the sheriff’s detective gathers evidence, as well as securing the small-town’s consensus that Gus is indeed the ruthless killer. Gus wrestles with his faith in God while pondering life in prison. All his hope is gone considering his friends have ditched him, some have cruelly betrayed him, and now it seems God has abandoned him, too. A few surprising twists come along to throw the prosecuting attorney into fits and to cause the good people of Soul’s River to lock their doors. This 1970 Midwestern tale is realistically rural, warmly nostalgic and intriguingly mysterious, with a splash of humor and surprise.
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Teresa E. Nelson places her active imagination on the pages of a book combined with the call to share the applicable truths of the Christian faith. All her life, especially in moments of the mundane, Teresa created characters and stories to escape the tedious plateaus set before her, especially on a tractor. Thus, Whisper County was birthed after a life time of rural living combined with a career of helping people in need. Today, Teresa serves a rural congregation as their pastor, and her family as wife, mother and grandmother. For enjoyment, Teresa helps nonprofits as an auctioneer. Her pastimes include ministering in the county jail, as well as fishing, hunting, sewing, writing and drinking very good coffee with exceptionally wonderful friends.