The Loch by Dee Taylor
• Publisher : The Conrad Press (6 Jan. 2021)
• Language : English
• Paperback : 224 pages
• ISBN-10 : 1913567443
• ISBN-13 : 978-1913567446
‘The Loch’ is set on the shores of Loch Ness.
It’s a harrowing, unforgettable tale of courage and romance, unfolding between the backdrop of the Scottish Highlands and in the murky depths of the loch itself.
With drama escalating in suspense, this entertaining and thrilling novel is the story of a former stripper from the Aberdeen clubs emotionally torn between two men: a deep sea diver from the oil rigs and a highlander with a violent and tragic past.
There is greed and horror in a search for Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobite gold within the ever-present menace of the fabled creature of the Loch.
The Loch by Dee Tayor is a trip into the mythical legend of the Loch Ness Monster. It was quite the imaginative and engaging novel. It was so easy for me to settle into reading this, and I ended up reading most of it the day I started.
Dee Taylor has created compelling charact we to. Tina, Jack, and Red Angus are intricately detailed with dark backgrounds. I found them intriguing, and the more I learned, the more I cheered for them.
It is easy to get drawn in the details of the this story. Towering mountains, moors, murky water…there was a feeling of dread that came on through this story. I really enjoyed how dangerous it really felt.
The Loch was thrilling and engaging. I didn’t want to put it down and I loved the characters. Highly recommended.
Thank you to Random Things Tours for the opportunity to honestly review this book on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Dee Taylor is now a professional artist, after spending most of his career in the advertising profession as art buyer at two of London’s top ad agencies.
His many artistic achievements include designing a now famous flag for the Romney Marsh area of Kent in south-east England.
Dee’s other passions are angling and Loch Ness.
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