Wish Me from the Water

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Detective Dean Daly is called to investigate after two teen brothers brutally murder their loving parents.
Sarah flees from an abusive husband who vows he will find her and that she can never leave him.
A young teen unexpectedly commits suicide.
Dean struggles to find the truth as he believes all three events are somehow related.
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About R E Swirsky

Ray grew up in the small town of Kimberley in British Columbia before moving to Calgary Alberta to go to college. He has remained in the Calgary area ever since.

Ray's first book, THE BLUFFINGTON FOUR is a time travel mystery about four students who disappeared in the mid 1960s.

EXTREME MALICE released in early 2012, is a dark mind bending thriller. If you could create the perfect murder and get away with it, would you? A young university student is charged with murder. His guitar string is wrapped around her neck. His shoe prints are left at the scene. Her earrings found under his bed. Her husband hundreds of miles away. But what really happened...?

IN THE MIDST OF A PREDATOR is a very very short psychological story. Released in mid 2012. The story follows a young boy who is alone at the fair grounds and finds comfort in a stranger who reaches out to him. The young boy is having the best night of his life, unaware what the man has something very different in store for him.


WISH ME FROM THE WATER was released in January 2013 .
Two teenage hockey players brutally murder their parents in an unexpected altercation after a close friend and teammate commits suicide. The town's people believe the suicide was another tragic result of bullying, but the two boys have learned the true horror of why their friend took his own life, and decide to take matters into their own hands.
Detective Dean Daly is called in to investigate the brutal murders and believes there is much more to the murders than first appears.

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Review by: Chris Mathers on March 17, 2013 :
Very good story. Moved quickly at a nice pace throughout and kept me interested all the way. I was surprised as this book was not at all what I thought it would be. Truly inspiring.
I have read other stories by this author and look forward to his next. "Extreme Malice" was brilliant.
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Review by: Nora Lee on March 17, 2013 :
I put this down before the detective showed up. The writing is stiff and unnatural and needs contractions to soften the dialog and narration. There is entirely too much telling where dialog should have been used to pull the reader in. The action scenes are not believable.
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Review by: Phillip Gatua on March 03, 2013 : (no rating)
Good book i liked the way the brothers were potrayed
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