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The Monster Of Silver Creek

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A book by Belinda G. Buchanan.

Terror has come to this small town. A sinister killer is on the loose. A killer who feeds off of young women's fear...and leaves a most unusual calling card.   Police Chief Nathan Sommers is on the hunt, but every road leads to a dead end.   … see full wiki

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Must we clear the ghosts of our past to live completely in the present?

  • Dec 8, 2011
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Chief of Police Nathan Sommers is a man weighed down with an excessive amount of professional and personal baggage.  He lost his wife and unborn child by making poor decisions that he has sworn never to repeat.  Yet Nathan refuses to allow himself any forgiveness for his sins or move forward with a new relationship.  He is taking care of the residents of Silver Creek, Montana to the best of his ability and worries for the residents and vacationers safety.  This is especially true now that there is a murderer walking among them preying on young women.  Nathan has made it his personal mission to find the person responsible for the brutal murders pay for what they have done.


Katie Winstead is new in town and giving herself a fresh start with her bakery business.  Life may have given her some lemons but she has her grandma’s recipe to make lemonade so watch out.  Meeting Nathan has been a fabulous but frustrating experience as he will not share his problems and keeps running from her questions as fast as he arrives.  Katie is sure she can win him over but getting past the wall around his heart is proving to be a daunting task.


With the body count rising and the mystery creating havoc in this small town Nathan has to dig deep into every resource and stop these crimes.  No clue makes sense, the women have no connection, and the pattern is not something the FBI can even help with.  


Nathan treats every crime with the same respect and is beginning to see that he is a better person than he thought.  His friendships run deep and the possibility of a relationship with Katie is within reach.  Solving the murders and then working on his personal life are the order of priority but Nathan can feel himself among the living again after so much grief.


This book will scare you, entertain you, and make you think twice before opening the door to a stranger.  The content is one to give you reason to question those that walk around us but it also shows that you can move past your own mistakes and forgiveness is possible.

Must we clear the ghosts of our past to live completely in the present? Must we clear the ghosts of our past to live completely in the present?

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