This is the second book from Emma Healey, author of Elizabeth is Missing, a book I loved. Whistle in the Dark is very different. It's about how the protagonists daughter, Lana, went missing for a few days. No-one knows where she went or why. I would have given up on it by now as the protagonist is insanely dull, but I can't bear the thought of having to DNF my second book of the year, like my first. It's also largely to do with the fact I'm very intrigued to find out where Lana was during those few days. It better be good!