Required Reading

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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Ghost on The Lake by Alex Alexander

This novel started out with the feeling it was going to be about death and ghosts. Michael finds himself out of body and ghost like.  He is mourned by Laura, the love of his life, and his family.

Struggling not to slip in a spoiler from that point on, the book's plot becomes a bit more devious.   Things are not always the way they seem.   The author alternates chapters from Michael's perspective and then Laura's. (He doesn't adhere strictly to that.) 

Without providing details there are paranormal experiences, world wide travel, drug lords, special ops folks, thugs, submarines, giant sharks, aborigines, high tech toys, secret rooms and much more.  If that doesn't pique your interest, I don't know what will.  

This was a very interesting book and I recommend it.

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