Archaeologist Dr. Lou Fitzgerald is used to unexpected happenings, and they don't usually faze her. After surviving a childhood disability and dealing with an unfair boss, Lou has learned the art of rolling with the punches. But when she arrives at Dark Lake, what was supposed to be a simple archaeological dig is beyond even her wildest imaginations.
Landowner Evan Close has his own reasons for keeping the secrets of Dark Lake, and this attractive interloper is a menace. Her precious dig threatens to bring his house of cards tumbling down around him, and he feels helpless to stop it. It soon becomes apparent there are dark forces at work, and Lou's simple assignment turns into a mystery. Solving that mystery comes with a steep price.
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Gripping and tense
Dark Lake. Tense and gripping physiological thriller. A great story very well told.
I will be reading more from this author.
Narration is excellent.
The narrator adds to the tension with his style and is definitely in tune with the tale.
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This was a very good book! Louisa is an archeologist who works for a man that takes her for granted,at the very least.After being kicked off her find of a lifetime,she goes where he sends her.Dark Lake has a long history,she just has to uncover it. Hannibal Hills was a wonderful narrator.
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