Thirty Years Ago
On a camping trip by a remote lake, the Mercer family enjoyed the vacation of a lifetime – until a violent tragedy forced them to make a decision that would haunt them for ever.
When the younger Mercers learn their father is dying, the family reunites at the lake, seeking a second chance to put their lives back together. But something is waiting . . .
Four Days of Hell
Also arriving at the lake are estranged son Raymond Mercer and an alluring stranger, Megan, both ignorant of the family’s secrets. Within hours, they are all trapped in a relentless nightmare and fighting for their lives.
Some places are better left. Some secrets are better forgotten. Some people are better dead.
Review: I love Christopher Ransom books, so I was extremely excited to read Beneath the Lake, and it didn’t disappoint! Raymond and the rest of the Mercer family are screwed up by a past that comes back to haunt them at the mysterious lake where their lives changed forever. The author managed to create an eerie, gripping atmosphere that had me hooked until the very last page.