The Other by R Lawson Gamble

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A fast paced dialogue driven pulse elevating entertaining but not too weighty mystery novel with a wee touch of the supernatural, the sort of book that drives you to bed early just to read it. The Other evokes just that sort of rapid pace and dramatic imagery. Consider FBI Agent Zack Tolliver, the sun-washed ochre cliffs of Arizona, the body of a little blonde girl found on a remote mesa top apparently killed by a bear, the Navajo guide side-kick, the tracks that change mid-stride from animal to human, the evidence that appears to lead to a local recluse crazed by the tragic death of his wife and child. Then the wild ride from case closed to case wide open again, racing off to the deserts of California, another little blonde girl preyed upon and abandoned, and who’s doing all this, anyway? What sinister force is toying with our FBI agent?

About R Lawson Gamble

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R Lawson Gamble was raised with a book in his hand and adventure in his heart. His need to explore those places most people never see drove him to mountain tops and distant lands and he brings his experiences to the pages of his novels. Mr. Gamble lives on the Central Coast of California where he continues his adventures as his writing permits.
Published November 21, 2013 by Smashword. 274 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Rich Gamble 27 Dec 2013

The Other, by R Lawson Gamble, transported me to Elk Wells, Arizona, a tiny town on the Navajo Indian Reservation.Many in the town had long thought that John Roundtree had been dabbling in things o...

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