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My first Phil F. Williams' audio book, Stone Lake, won't be my last. This was a different type of a story for me. Although it certainly has suspense and mystery, it doesn't have dead bodies floating in Stone Lake, no spies, yet there is tension that builds from the beginning. When reading this fine story which is enhanced by outstanding readers, keep an open mind, let it percolate or fester in your mind, but let it. You love Stone Lake even more!
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Stone Lake is a story of intrigue. Jon Porter has his own set of problems with a best friend/business partner who isn't a friend and an ex-wife that is still in the picture. The only thing Jon takes pride in is his business and his work until he met Morgan in a car accident.
Morgan is running away from her problems. A family and fiance that is treating her like a child and who are judgemental to her. Until Jon, no one treated her with respect or supported her. The only problem is that Morgan is running from a darker secret that Jon may or may not save her from.
Stone Lake is emotional to where Jon and Morgan stands. Listeners/Readers are going to laugh at Chad and Heather, love and hope that Jon and Morgan have an HEA ending, and get angry at the circumstances surrounding them.
I love the story until the ending. The climax is in the middle of of the story. Although the conflict is resolved, the ending just leave the listeners/readers wondering what will happen to Jon next.
The narrators Sarah Grace Wright and Tristan Wright do an excellent performance of Jon and Morgan. I also love their narration of the Hispanic employees who worked for Jon's company.
This is an excellent story of how quick society to judge without gathering all the facts and how justice doesn't always deliver without the right connection.
I was given this audiobook by the author. I have decided to volunteer in writing an unbiased review of the book. I was not compensated or influenced in any way of writing this review of the book.