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A MYSTERY/SUSPENSE NOVEL WITH A UNIQUE SOUTHERN FLAVOR. *** Written by the remarkable John Tucker!

A Troubled Teenaged Sleuth has Six Days to find her Estranged Mother’s Killer in a small Georgia town. One Flawed Girl, Six Eclectic Suspects, and A Reprehensible Killer. BOOK REVIEW —…/R3SUA15NSCB04X/ref=cm_cr_pr_perm… BOOK TRAILER — E-BOOK AND PAPERBACK —…/…/ref=asap_bc… SMASHWORDS —

Another 5 Star Review for “Devil’s Lake” by Aaron Paul Lazar

Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers’ Favorite I found it impossible to put down Devil’s Lake after reading the very first sentence. Aaron Paul Lazar has changed the traditional format of a mystery story in a very unique and enjoyable way. He starts the book with a happy ending and works backwards, ending with another […]


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