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Swan Loch by Randy Mixter

Swan Loch

by Randy Mixter

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Three and a half stars - you can read my review here:

http://abshepherdsreinventedreader.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/swan-loch-by-randy-mi... ( )
  ABShepherd | May 15, 2013 |
I loved this book. It is a sweet & easy love story about friendship and the lengths people will go and stretch their hearts and imaginations for the ones that they love.
This story starts us out with Sheriff Chris Hayward’s good friend Emma introducing him to the new girl in town Molly and it isn't long before they realize that they were meant to meet and be together… forever, Much like the Swans that used to live and flourish on Swan lake.
We are also introduced to a mysterious serial killer closing in on the beautiful town of Swan Loch seemingly brought in by the wind and with murderous intentions known only as…The Whistler.
Jake Stanton from the FBI is interested in this black eyed serial killer and enlists the help of Chris and his police department to try and track down this evil man who seems to be able to disappear leaving no bodies behind, just blood & drag marks that just stop in the middle of fields, with no eyewitness’s, tire marks or footprints of any kind.
As Chris and Molly’s wedding day draws nearer Chris starts having peculiar dreams and nightmares about this evil man who gets closer to the ones he loves and to his beloved hometown of Swan Loch.
Sadly, very soon after Chris and Molly are married the killer guns down Molly leaving Chris and the town devastated with her loss and it isn’t until months later when a mysterious little girl named Rose comes to town with a very important message for Chris and Emma to come with her right now and try to save Molly that hope seems to come back to Chris, can this really be? His Molly still alive out there somewhere?
Chris and Emma trust in their hearts and in love and would follow this little girl, Rose anywhere the wind might blow...
I read this book straight through and I very much enjoyed the easy, sweet style and message of this book and thought how lucky Randy’s wife and their cats must be to have such a thoughtful and sensitive man around...:) ( )
  annie.michelle | Oct 3, 2012 |
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