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Saturday, June 13, 2009


BookLocker.com, Inc.
Genre: Fiction/Mystery
Rating: Average
ISBN: 9781601458209, $16.95, 332 pp.

Quoting from the front cover:

"The discovery of the body, a woman, naked, frozen solid, outside the cabin, hands pressed against the glass of the oversized center window, looking in, ultimately leaves Sheriff Tom Monason, with more questions than answers.

"Although originally listed as an accidental death, the story just won’t go away, especially with continued reports of an unknown woman visiting that cabin on winter weekends. While these sightings only continue to fuel the legend, the undeniable fact that two couples have turned up dead after reported visits, makes this tale no longer just another ghost story."

Don’t have too much to say about this novel. Initially it annoyed me, didn’t ring true, and Sheriff Monason didn’t actually solve the murder. As for the author’s style of writing, there’s nothing unique or special here. It would be my suggestion that Meyer study his craft further, one, to learn the difference between further and farther or get a better editor. When I pick up a book and the first page has multiple errors, there’s very little to say.

Kaye Trout - June 13, 2009