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The Lumberjack, Erik Martin Willen

Looking for peace, she found a nightmare…

Fading movie star Christina Dawn has decided to start a new life, so she relocates from L.A. to a picturesque mountain town, hoping she’ll find peace and tranquility there.

Meanwhile, a man who has hunted a witness to a massacre for over fifty years has also settled in the town, Skull Creek, in an effort to keep a dangerous legacy hidden from the world.

Little do Christina and Nero know that their paths will soon cross, leading to a horrifying revelation: a practice that has recurred for centuries, causing the murders of countless people, none of which have ever been linked or solved.

The largest manhunt in history is about to take place. But what law enforcement will soon discover is that they aren’t the ones doing the hunting.

They’re the ones being hunted.

The Lumberjack is a chilling, exhilarating read that kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. The Lumberjack is addictive as well as enthralling, it engrossed me just from the description alone and when I did indeed start to read this story it thrilled me! It has astonishing characters, riveting literature, and a spine-tingling good plot. Already I would implore you lovely readers to read this book, but if you need more convincing, then please read the rest of my review to read more about this brilliant book!

The Lumberjack is a compelling novel that is full of nonstop twists and turns. The reader in The Lumberjack will meet the protagonist of the novel Christina Dawn. Christina is an actress however her days are numbered and she is failing to get big roles and so she decides to move from L.A. to a quaint mountain town where she hopes she will find peace and be happy.

It is here however that great upset is about to ensue, especially when a certain character known as Nero arrives. What follows next is a thrilling novel full of myths and legends, horror, crazed love and so much more and this book lovers is the short premise of the incredible The Lumberjack!

The plot of The Lumberjack is thrilling and incredibly clever. I am beyond impressed by Erik Martin Willen’s raw talent and how he managed to include so much depth into his novel flawlessly; no stone was left unturned, not even once. The pacing of his story too was immaculate, and so I applaud him for his incredible talent.

The Lumberjack is a unique mystery thriller book that stands out amongst the crowd. This is because the story is wonderfully written and the plot perfectly executed. It is relentless, and that is how thriller books should be! I adore these kinds of books where they push the boundaries; it is daring, bold and frankly brilliant!

Erik Martin Willen can only be described as a talented wordsmith; I adored his writing which felt as if it was spiked with adrenaline and I adored the multi-layers of this story. This thriller was packed full of great and informative depth which is rare for this genre in my opinion.

To conclude my thoughts on the sensational novel that is The Lumberjack; I would say if you are a reader who is looking for a brilliant, action-packed book with a fast-paced, intriguing plot and flawlessly executed characters then this excellent book is for you! The Lumberjack gets five stars from me book lovers!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Below I have attached some links about the author and this wonderful book so if you would like to learn more about the author and the book then please have a browse. Thank you so much again for reading book lovers!

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