Loch and Key: A Church Street Kirk Mystery

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Product Details

Price
$16.95  $15.76
Publisher
Level Best Books
Publish Date
Pages
242
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.55 inches | 0.79 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781685121945

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About the Author

Daniel K. Miller holds advanced degrees from the University of Edinburgh and Duke University. He is the author of Fire on the Firth as well as several short fiction and nonfiction pieces, one of which was named finalist for best short story in 2021 by the Texas Institute of Letters. He lives in Texas with his wife and a motley assortment of horses, cats, and wildlife. Loch and Key is his second novel.

Reviews

"A smartly written, fun read, Loch and Key will transport readers to the outwardly tranquil Scottish Highlands at Christmastime. What could possibly go wrong in this idyllic setting? Author Daniel Miller puts his hero, the charming, slightly bumbling Rev. Darrow, through his paces by having him chase after a murderer, romance a bonny lass, and uncover a nefarious scheme. There's no shortage of lies, secrets, and didn't-see-it-coming twists in this fast-paced tale. But at its heart, it's also about something deeper: the power of friendships and the realization that people aren't always what they seem. I simply couldn't put it down."-Karin Fitz Sanford, author of The Last Thing Claire Wanted

"Lock and Key by Daniel K. Miller will keep you reading into the late night. It's a story that pits the honest instincts of a good heart against the garish ploys of an evil hand, the imitation of the natural against the intricacies of nature. It shows hidden strength rising from one who questions himself, and a gentle love. An easy and quick read that will coax you to turn the page one more time." - DonnaRae Menard, author of the Katelyn Took, It's Never Too Late series.

"Loch and Key is a mystery that will keep you hooked . . . as you wait to see the pieces of the puzzle come together." - Jordan Reed, author of The Wizard's Brew.