#THE LOCH NESS PAPERS by Paige Shelton 


A new author for me and the fourth installment of this series. I will read her again especially this series. Delaney Nichols is planning on marrying her boyfriend Tom Shannon. The pastor who was to officiate at the ceremony has died. While looking for a new one she meets Norval Fraser, an elderly man who has a passion for the Loch Ness monster. He wants Delaney to take over his work looking for Nessie.  He claims his father was taken by Nessie and feels finding he will locate his Father. The next his Great-nephew is stabbed to death and Norval is arrested for the murder. 
Angus Murdock shows up at the Cracked Spine with a valuable book on King Arthur and his Knights. He says his Grandfather stole 20 years ago. There is no record of a lost book. Delaney 's family arrived in Edinburgh for the wedding. The various themes are woven together to form the tale.
I highly recommend this book.

Disclosure: Thanks to St Martin's Press for a through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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1 Response to #THE LOCH NESS PAPERS by Paige Shelton 

  1. lghiggins says:

    New plot–sounds interesting.

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