L O S T: A Detective Bobby Mac Thriller (Volume Two) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Denver Detective Bobby Mac returns in this intense horror/thriller, set in the northern panhandle wilderness of Idaho. After receiving a phone call from his brother, the Chief of Police in Rocky Gap, Idaho, Bobby Mac travels north to assist in the investigation surrounding two gruesome murders and the abduction of an eleven-year-old girl.

These two seasoned cops---estranged brothers reunited---will bring all of their experience to bear in a ...
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L O S T: A Detective Bobby Mac Thriller (Volume Two)

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Overview

Denver Detective Bobby Mac returns in this intense horror/thriller, set in the northern panhandle wilderness of Idaho. After receiving a phone call from his brother, the Chief of Police in Rocky Gap, Idaho, Bobby Mac travels north to assist in the investigation surrounding two gruesome murders and the abduction of an eleven-year-old girl.

These two seasoned cops---estranged brothers reunited---will bring all of their experience to bear in a case that threatens not only the safety of a small town, but also the sacred lineage of a family of heroes.
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Editorial Reviews

Goodreads - Gail Gentry
I am a huge fan of R.S. Guthrie's writing. The descriptive way he writes puts you in the middle of the scene to the point your heart starts to race at the crucial points, your palms begin to sweat. Yet you can't stop reading - you have to know what is coming next and it's never what you expected and better than you could have imagined. He weaves the story in such a manner that you don't want to let it go until it's done. R. S. Guthrie captures it all: mystery, suspense, thriller, and romance...
Amazon - Stephen Woodfin
Guthrie's writing is as fluent and gripping as that of any contemporary author. He gives the reader a complex plot, and uses his characters as symbols for the human propensities not only for good, but also for depravity. Although good ultimately triumphs, the victory is partial at best and comes at almost too high a price. Just as life takes it toll on all of us who have lived very long, it takes its toll on Guthrie's characters, leaving them marked, changed, haunted.
Goodreads - Elise Stokes
Officially one of my most favorite writers now, R.S. Guthrie scores big with Lost and tucks another winner for the Clan of MacAulay under his belt.

Like Black Beast, Lost is a well-written nail-biter, showcasing a protagonist who could never be accused of being one-dimensional. Detective Robert MacAulay—a tough as nails, big-hearted fellow who is no stranger to tragedy— is so exceptionally developed that he seems real, adding to the overall suspense of the story...
Goodreads - Scott Bury
With his second novel, RS Guthrie has hit his stride.
Lost is the sequel to the very good Black Beast, and features the same protagonist, Denver detective “Bobby Mac” Macaulay. This story pursues the same themes: an unending struggle against ancient evil, fought by a man destined to be virtue’s champion.

I have to admit, I was completely engrossed in this story. I read this e-book on my iPad in record time, and I was feeling stressed as I neared the end.
Amazon - Anthony Whitford
I just finished reading the sequel to Black Beast and I have to say L O S T is even better than the first one. The characters are stronger and the story line just keeps getting stronger as it races toward the ending. Guthrie cuts to the story quickly and efficiently with the skill of an accomplished writer, never veering from the path. This guy has the chops to be one of the best. I'm looking forward to more from the clan of MacAulay.
Goodreads - Scott Bury
With his second novel, RS Guthrie has hit his stride.
Lost is the sequel to the very good Black Beast, and features the same protagonist, Denver detective “Bobby Mac” Macaulay. This story pursues the same themes: an unending struggle against ancient evil, fought by a man destined to be virtue’s champion.

I have to admit, I was completely engrossed in this story. I read this e-book on my iPad in record time, and I was feeling stressed as I neared the end.
Goodreads - Elise Stokes
Officially one of my most favorite writers now, R.S. Guthrie scores big with Lost and tucks another winner for the Clan of MacAulay under his belt.

Like Black Beast, Lost is a well-written nail-biter, showcasing a protagonist who could never be accused of being one-dimensional. Detective Robert MacAulay—a tough as nails, big-hearted fellow who is no stranger to tragedy— is so exceptionally developed that he seems real, adding to the overall suspense of the story...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016695549
  • Publisher: Blu Pencil Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 4/22/2013
  • Series: Detective Bobby Mac Thriller , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 213,877
  • File size: 772 KB

Meet the Author

R.S. Guthrie grew up in Iowa and Wyoming. He has been writing fiction, essays, short stories, and lyrics since college. "Black Beast: A Detective Bobby Mac Thriller (Volume 1)" marked Guthrie's first major release and it heralded the first in a series of Detective Bobby Macaulay (Bobby Mac) books. The second in the series (Lost: A Detective Bobby Mac Thriller (Volume 2) hit the Kindle shelves December of 2011. Guthrie's "Blood Land" is the first in the James Pruett Mystery series and represents a project that is close to his heart: it is set in a fictional town in the same Wyoming where he spent much of his childhood and still visits. The sequel, “Money Land” released at the end of 2012 and Guthrie is working on the third in the series, “Honor Land”. Guthrie lives in the Colorado Rockies with his wife, Amy, three young Australian Shepherds, and a Chihuahua who thinks she is a 40-pound Aussie! Readers can catch up with what's new with the author at his official site, , discussions related to writing and other topics at his blog, Rob on Writing (), or at his showcase of authors giving back to causes at the Read A Book Make A Difference (RABMAD) website (
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    Posted October 11, 2013

    Great Series

    Easy to follow the writer and characters

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