[EPUB] ✼ Roanoke Ridge (Creature X Mysteries, #1) Author J.J. Dupuis – Writerscompany.co.uk

Roanoke Ridge (Creature X Mysteries, #1) BRILLIANTindeed An Excellent Book Maureen Jennings, Author Of THE MURDOCH MYSTERY SERIES A Fun, Engaging Read, Written With Lots Of Informed Insider Insight On A Fascinating Field And With Some Neat Cameos From The Real World Of Sasquatch Research And Investigation Dr Darren Naish, Zoologist And Author Based At The University Of South Hampton, UK With Roanoke Ridge, J.J Dupuis Gives Us A Mystery Centering Around That Primal Human Need To Believe That Something Is Out There And Here That Something Is, Of Course, A Seven Foot Tall, Stinking Man Ape The Book Is Mischievous, Zany, And Fast Paced, And It Skewers Our Pop Culture Lust The Whole Way Through Jeff Parker, Author Of WHERE BEARS ROAM THE STREETS And OVENMAN When Bigfoot Researcher Professor Berton Sorel Goes Missing In The Temperate Rainforest Of Roanoke Ridge, Oregon, Help Is Summoned In The Form Of His Former Star Pupil Laura Reagan, Online Science Populist And Avowed Skeptic But What Begins As A Simple Search And Rescue Operation Takes A Drastic Turn When A Body Is Discovered And The Body Isn T The Professor Caught In The Fallout Of The Suspicious Death, Perplexed By A Sudden Wave Of Bigfoot Sightings, And Still Desperately Searching For Professor Sorel, Reagan Reluctantly Admits Two Things One, That Her Old Mentor Was Right About There Being Secrets Hidden In Roanoke Ridge And Two, That It S Up To Her To Uncover Them.

10 thoughts on “Roanoke Ridge (Creature X Mysteries, #1)

  1. says:

    In the very first chapter I did not know what to expect but soon I was totally engaged in the story I found the research into the topic to be very creditable and entertaining I feel that I now knowabout the sasquatch search and research J.J Dupuis has a ...

  2. says:

    Solid readGood story Could have done without the slight preaching of climate change as if it is established fact and a couple other liberal ideas, but that was only in the beginning and I managed to get past it Otherwise, it was a very good tale.

  3. says:

    A quick and entertaining mystery about Bigfoot, a missing mentor and a father s legacy.

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