Sunset Lake

  • by John Inman
  • Narrated by Randal Schaffer
  • 11 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Reverend Brian Lucas has a secret his congregation in the Nine Mile Methodist Church knows nothing about, and he'd really like to keep it that way. But even his Earth-shattering secret takes a backseat to what else is happening in his tiny hometown.
Murders usually do that.
Brian's "close friend", Sam, is urging a resolution to their little problem, but Brian's brother, Boyd, the County Sheriff, is more caught up in chasing down a homicidal maniac who is slaughtering little old ladies.
When Brian's secret and Boyd's mystery run into each other head on, and Boyd's 15-year-old son, Jesse, gets involved, all hell breaks loose. Then a fourth death comes to terrify the town, and it is Brian who begins to see what is taking place in their little corner of the Corn Belt. But even for a Methodist minister, it will take more than prayer to set it right.

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Really disappointed

I began listening to this book when I went to bed last night. I was laughing out loud at the great writing and narration. When I woke up later it was to hear about the wonderful orgasm the minister was receiving from his long time male friend. Perhaps I should have seen that coming with the outline given of the story but I didn't. This has happened several times with books I've purchased here. Old and peculiar as I may be, it offends me to be led moment by moment through the sex act be it heterosexual or homosexual. When did it become necessary to provide a sex manual for the reader? What became of imagination, theater of the mind?? Could you please note "sexually explicit content" in your reviews of the books available.
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- Linda

Wow!

This is not a book to read if you are in a hurry, or are looking for a "quick" read. This is a book to read, or listen to as I did, when you are in the mood to indulge yourself for a while in the lives of a bunch of people in a small town, getting to know them as they live their daily lives and share both the ups and downs with you. It is a great book. The characters are entertaining, and I laughed out loud as I enjoyed listening. It is the story of love and loss. It makes you feel, it makes you think. I was very sad it ended.
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- Brittany K

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-23-2016
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC