C.L. Vaughn is a lifelong resident of the Puget Sound, a member of the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association, and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. He has a large number of works published in the subject of Criminal Justice and holds a degree in Administration of Criminal Justice through the Bellevue College. Some of his other published works include his interview series Author-2-Author, the picture book The Hiccup Mummy published by Meegenius, and a growing collection of screenplays.
The Man Beneath Lake Unionby C. L. Vaughn
When a rash of ecoterrorism strikes the Seattle waterfront, Owen Ruger and his trusted friend Rafael Sernansa are hired to investigate the crimes and protect the assets of a large fishing company. But during the rescue of a beautiful woman they see what can only be described as a merman swimming away from the scene; soon they find themselves in the middle of a strange and unusual mystery. Driven by what they saw, Owen and Sernansa race to solve the mystery and stop the destruction before fear grips the city, but they soon learn that everything isn't what it seems and the mystery swimmer may be just another victim.
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The Man Beneath Union Lake is my first taste of a micro-adventure book, and it has definitely whetted my appetite for more. C.L. Vaughn introduces us to Owen Ruger, a fearless adventurer who is not afraid to get in the middle of danger--especially when there is a beautiful woman needing his assistance. Vaughn jumps right into the action and never lets up until the last page of the book. If you love action/adventure books, then give Vaughn's The Man Beneath Union Lake a try. Be warned, however, these micro-adventures can become addictive. Let's hope that this isn't the last we see of Owen Ruger.
I have to admit -- this was my first time reading a mini-adventure, or of reading a book that feels something like a cross between Magnum PI and the X-Files. It wwas really exciting and interesting and held my interest from the first page to the last. If you're looking for something that reads like an episode from an action tv series, this is your novela.
I enjoyed this very much. I am from Seattle and found the descriptions of actual places I am familiar with fun. It is filled with great car chases, cool good guys, beautiful women, and a very scary villain. I honestly think this would make a terrific made-for-television movie.