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With the aid of Christopher's Nam buddies, he and Lady dig beneath the surface of the church's ...
With the aid of Christopher's Nam buddies, he and Lady dig beneath the surface of the church's control of the community, and learn that the corrupt Pastor Kelly Baines is exploiting the town's water system. The pastor's professional killer rigs the murders to appear as suicides, but when Christopher's team closes in on him, Pastor Kelly Baines, crippled in body and mind, Viet Nam veteran, counters his pursuers with increasing ruthlessness until the novel's explosive end.
ED DRAUGELIS ATTENDED the University of Notre Dame,
Aquinas College (Grand Rapids, Michigan) and graduated from the
Detroit College of Law, now Michigan State University College of Law.
He is a US Army veteran and former police officer in Dearborn,
Michigan. He practiced law with his own law firm in Clawson and
Plymouth, Michigan. He lives with his wife, Diane, in Brighton,
Ed is the author of three books of children's plays, the book and lyrics for the regional production of the musical play, Monterey, and the novel
The God Symposium. Cold Water is his second novel to feature Theo
Webber. Webber is also the protagonist of Inshalla, the third novel of the Webber Trilogy.
Posted June 29, 2012
I read this novel after purchasing the book in paperback. I plan to read it again on my Nook since friends continue to borrow and enjoy my paperback copy.
The novel is both intriguing and action packed. The issues that are at the root of the mystery are current, relevant and believable. I enjoyed the characters, plot and pace. Cold Water is a great read and I hope it is made into a film.
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Posted June 6, 2012
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