The Loch

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Tsunami Books, 2005 - Fiction - 487 pages
17 Reviews
Incorporating the latest research that leads to real answers concerning the Loch Ness monster's identity, the bestselling author of MEG weaves a tale of horror about the most publicized and controversial creature ever imagined. Available in a tall Premium Edition.

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"The Inverness Courier would later pen the moment as the press conference of "the dead, a dead man walking, and the thrice dead man". oh.my.goodness. This was non-stop action. Awesome story (although ... Read full review

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A great horror book with an interesting author back story. Nice fantasy element, scary monster and environmental disaster overtone as well as interesting characters. Must be able to read brogue. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
47
Section 2
57
Section 3
73
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About the author (2005)

Steve Alten is the writer of such thrillers as Meg, Fathom, and The Trench. While critics often find fault with his works, the books continue to be popular. Disney Productions optioned Meg, which has been described as "Jaws meets Jurassic Park" or "Jurassic Shark." He was born in Philadelphia. As a young man he planned to become a sports coach and earned his PhD. In sports administration.

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