Green Lake

Rated 4.82/5 based on 11 reviews
Suddenly widowed and penniless Madeleine Heron is forced to move into her sister's vacation cabin on rural Green Lake, next door to taciturn Native American conservation officer Eris Renard. Instead of the peace and solitude she hopes to find at the lake Madeleine finds herself witness to depravity, blackmail, and murder among the strange residents. And in spite of the danger, she falls in love. More
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About S.K. Epperson

S.K.Epperson is author of numerous novels, novellas and two collections of short stories. First novel, Brother Lowdown, published by St.Martin's, was nominated by HWA for Best First Novel. Other works include Green Lake, Eris Renard, Winter Slocum, Ronja in the Woods, Sam's Anna, The Devil Lives in Lawrence, The Neighborhood, Nightmare, The Moons of Summer, Borderland, Dumford Blood, and many other tales.

Pseudonyms include S.J. Strayhorn (Black Night) and Dylan Harson (Kansas Blue, Abilene)

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Reviews of Green Lake by S.K. Epperson

FumiYam reviewed on Nov. 30, 2019

I cannot believe the last part hahahaha.
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L B reviewed on Nov. 24, 2017

This story was incredibly interesting, and had a lot of good moral lessons as well in here. I love the main character, as I found her demeanor easy to relate to. If you get triggered or disturbed easily, I wouldn't recommend reading this story. But I absolutely loved it. The only thing I was found of is how rushed it was at the down. The ending was funny, but definitely could have been expanded on. This is a really good read, and will probably read it again and share with others.
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Natt little reviewed on Sep. 8, 2017

Enjoyed reading this book. Felt a little rushed in the end as all the loose ends got tied but still enjoyable lots of suspense.
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Shorea A. reviewed on Oct. 7, 2016

The ending was morbidly funny and worth reading until 4am. I thought I'd read a book to help me sleep, boy was I wrong on this one. Haha. This is my first time to read a story by this author and I'm already checking out some of his other works. Neatly written story. Highly recommended.
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N Dahling reviewed on Aug. 23, 2016

This story kept me up until three this morning, reading it start to finish! Thanks!
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jodenesparks reviewed on Jan. 4, 2015

My typical choice in genres is zombie apocalypse, but I gave this one a shot after getting tired looking for a quick read and was not disappointed. I'll definitely give the author's other books a read. Give it a shot. You won't be sorry you did.
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Pattie Barrister reviewed on Aug. 8, 2013

Wow, what a good read. A real page turner. And the hero is ugly, that's a new one.
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Molly P. reviewed on July 9, 2013

A great read!
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Lionrhod reviewed on Feb. 7, 2013

Really enjoyed this. Excellent storyline and well written romance/mystery. And when you start growling whenever the minor villains come on stage (Eris' mother especially) you know the author's done a good job of rendering them.

I didn't think the hero was ugly, just pockmarked. I can think of several people I know or know of who don't have the best skin but are still handsome and even sexy.

My only complaint was near the end, that the heroine didn't immediately rush back and get her kitten. Hopefully she did so after the novel was over. LOL but I'm funny that way.

The ending was deliciously creepy and made me laugh at the same time.
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holy angel reviewed on Feb. 2, 2013

this s one of the best in smashwords, i had evr read.. awesum..
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