Deer Lake: A Novel

Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
Officially, Felix Prior died in a boating accident.

But Prior’s daughter, Tara, is convinced he was murdered, and enlists Tad Pike, a Deer Lake local, to help her prove it.

Then there’re those who think something in the lake killed Felix—something big and hungry and seldom seen . . . More
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About Andre Farant

I studied English Literature at Carleton University. Since then I have developed an indescribably aimless resume.

I have worked as a security guard, a Court Services Officer, a model, an actor, a teacher of English as a second language, a project coordinator for an NGO, and a Research Officer with the Government of Canada.

I have eaten whale in Iceland, live octopus in South Korea, and beaver tail in Canada.

I am a working writer and have had pieces published in Micro Horror, Weird Year, The Midwest Literary Magazine, and the “Off Season” anthology.

I currently reside in Montreal, Quebec.

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Carol reviewed on Sep. 2, 2013

A great mystery-thriller with its own Nessie-style lake monster. The Quebec setting was a nice touch.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Ecowitch reviewed on Jan. 13, 2013

This is a great story that gives a whole new twist to the mythological lake creature/surviving dinosaur story with an alternative view set around Deer Lake in Quebec. Farant blends mystery and mythology with science, conspiracy and greed with some superb story telling and excellent characters. The only downside to this novel for me was Benning who I found a little too larger than life but this didn't really detract from the enjoyment of the story and the ultimate finale where everything becomes clear with many a mystery solved and a small town put on the map. A great story that is well worth a read...just maybe not on your next lake holiday!
(reviewed 11 months after purchase)
Lindsay Faul reviewed on May 29, 2012

Deer Lake offers readers an amusing and modern spin on the age-old question of the existence of mythology creatures. This book impressed me with an original plot and fascinating characters. A great summer read!
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
Annette Pusey-McKenzie reviewed on March 28, 2012

This book was very interesting and there were some funny spots that I had to share with my friends. I really like this author and have added him to my favorites.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Sherri Gurski reviewed on March 27, 2012

A delightfully disturbing read! I enjoyed Deer Lake immensely and it's a book I will definitely read over again.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Peyton Reynolds reviewed on March 6, 2012

Deer Lake is a well-written blend of mystery, humor, and horror. The characters are quirky but believable, the plot perfectly paced and never uninteresting.
This is a flat-out fun read, and I look forward to more by this author.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
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