The Lothgoliar

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When a mysterious creature comes to May and Josh in the night, injured and desperate, they are allured by his humanlike qualities and offer refuge. In the morning, they awaken to tragedy. As Josh and May make difficult decisions regarding the creature's fate, they suddenly find themselves running for their lives, and their only chance of survival - and that of humanity - rests in dangerous hands. More

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About Lindsay Mawson

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Lindsay has always had a fascination with the dark and mysterious corners of her mind. More than 15 years ago, she decided to share those ideas in the form of writing so that others could be not only entertained but also chilled to the core. When Lindsay is not sitting at her computer and creating her next thriller for fans to enjoy, she is a devoted wife and mother living in the rural outskirts of London, ON.

Lindsay has published three novels, STOLEN PREY, THE LOTHGOLIAR, and EXPOSING DALLAS.

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When an unknown creature comes to May and Josh in the night, injured and desperate, May is allured by his humanlike qualities and agrees to help him. In the morning, they awaken to tragedy. Now, Josh must make impossible decisions when it comes to the creature's fate. Suddenly, they are running for their lives, and their only chance of survival - and that of humanity - rests in dangerous hands.

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Evil is only a matter of perspective...

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Review by: Kathleen Ortlieb on March 27, 2011 : (no rating)
The Lothgoliar was an excellent fiction. Lindsay has a wonderful imagination. I am proud of her, she has done well.
Keep it going Lindsay. Hope to talk to you soon.

Kathleen Ortlieb
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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