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In Darkest Depths (Wilderness, #56)

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ISBN: 9780843959321
Publisher: Leisure Books
Published: 1 June, 2007
Format: Paperback
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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In Darkest Depths (Wilderness, #56)

THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY Legendary mountain man Shakespeare McNair has seen enough winters in the wilderness to know when something isn't right. And beneath the waters of the lake near his new home, something is definitely off. Nate King and his family can see it too--waves without any wind to create them, a huge force that pulls a fishing pole right from Evelyn King's hands, something malevolent out there...watching them. Shakespeare knows it's just a matter of time before the creature hurts someone. But he's not going to wait around. He's going to go after it himself, even knowing he might not come back....

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