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Review: 'Whisper Network' by Chandler Baker

 It is me, once again standing in front of you and admitting she read a book about 3 years after she intended to. A part of me always wonders whether I would have enjoyed a book as much as I did now if I had read it at the time I intended to. It is one of those questions I will never find an answer to but it helps me relieve myself of the guilt for waiting so long... again. Whisper Network  was on my list for a long time and then, this weekend, on a sunny and warm February day, it felt like the right time to get to it. And then I stuck to it, for hours, until, at around 11pm I was finished. Thanks to Sphere and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Pub. Date : 2/07/2019 Publisher : Sphere; Little, Brown Book Group 'Ms. Sandberg was right about something. We had to  lean in . It was the only way to hear the whispers...' Sloane, Ardie, Grace and Rosalita have worked in the same legal office for years. The sudden death of the firm

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