Bessie: The Monster in Lake Erie

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Port Stanley has a feature that no other town on earth has, its own sea monster. Bessie lives in a cave on the other side of Picnic Hill and calls Lake Erie her home. She hides from those who would harm her, yet she is close enough that her two keepers can come to her aid when she's in danger. Mason Brooks didn't realize that he was one of them until he met the man some would call the devil. Mason had inherited the ring, known as the bloodstone, from his father. No one told him about the powers it had or about the connection to Bessie. Black Tom wears the second ring, called the sky ring. His sudden appearance keeps the people on edge: for there is no record of him before this summer. It soon becomes clear that Tom is mistreating Bessie, giving her meat when she's a vegetarian and injecting her with powerful drugs. There are several deaths out on the lake, which they blame Bessie. But no one can condemn her for the murders that take place on Picnic Hill. Mason suspects Tom. Yet Tom knows how to beat the system and is never convicted of any of them. And Mason has to prove one thing, that Black Tom is not his brother. The two rings need to work in harmony to keep Bessie alive. She eats the algae that grow in the lake and helps to balance the ecosystem. If she doesn't die a natural death, Lake Erie will perish.

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Book Type: Print & Digital

ISBN-13: 9781393519003

ISBN-10: 1393519008

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Language: English

Pages: 289

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About The Author

Deborah Tadema received a diploma in “Short Story and Fiction Writing.” Following this, she completed three levels of a creative writing course. She currently belongs to a writing group and has her work critiqued on a regular basis. She is the author of The Honor Series, and The Sievers Series. Plus Bessie: The Monster in Lake Erie. And Silent Wings. Deb grew up in Port Stanley, Ontario, the eldest of six children. She met her first husband in high school, moved to St. Thomas and had two daughters. Many years later she gained two stepsons when she married her current husband. They have nine grandchildren and live near the village of Bayfield.

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