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  • Great beginning to Fogg Lake

    If you’re looking for an ORIGINAL story line, this is it! Fogg Lake, a remote location in the Pacific Northwest has a secret. They were once part of an experimental lab looking into paranormal abilities and activity. There was a catastrophic accident, the location was abandoned, and some of the people who live in Fogg Lake now, have paranormal abilities! Catalina and Olivia have grown up in Fogg Lake. They don’t trust outsiders. They do feel the need to do as so many youngsters of Fogg lake have done and stay overnight in the caves surrounding the lake. Their fear of strangers is realized when they witness a murder, but no one in town believes them. They’re told to forget about it because they only THINK they saw a murder. Fast forward to Catalina and Olivia using their particular psychic abilities to open a private investigation business. When Olivia is abducted, seemingly for no reason, Catalina is tasked with finding her and keeping her from harm. Because the psychic community polices its own, Slater, a possibly damaged psychic is sent to help with the investigation. There are so many twists and turns in this book. Suspense regarding the experimental lab. Romance between Catalina and Slater. The whole town of Fogg Lake and their quirky attitudes. So much to like and knowing this is the first book in the Fogg Lake series, I’m a very happy reader! I am a fan of Jayne Ann Krentz and all her pen names! She is an auto-buy author for me, and her books are on my ‘keeper’ shelf!

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  • Delightful

    An exciting new series. Such fun to see echoes of other of Ms Krentz' work, yet presented in such a way to enrich her new concept of Fogg Lake.

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  • Vansihing

    Wonderful, read in two days cant wait for the next part. Wonderful work! Thank you.

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  • the vanishing

    Another superb book by ms. Krentz. She never disappoints her readers. I do however miss the dust bunnies. My interest was grabed so fast and the humour ms.krentz is famous for is well used in this book. Many kudos for another terrific trillogy start. Cannot wait for more.

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  • Good mystery

    All of Jayne’s books are good. I have read almost everything she has written. They are a fast, enjoyable read.

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