- By Gordon Bonnet

Signal to Noise

  • Title: Signal to Noise
  • Author: Gordon Bonnet
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Signal to Noise What if you knew the truth but no one believed you What if you hardly believed it yourself This is the predicament that biologist Tyler Vaughan finds himself in when people start vanishing from the l

    What if you knew the truth, but no one believed you What if you hardly believed it yourself This is the predicament that biologist Tyler Vaughan finds himself in when people start vanishing from the little town of Crooked Creek, Oregon In the course of his research, Tyler has inadvertently captured on one of his thermal imaging remote cameras a photograph of a creature knWhat if you knew the truth, but no one believed you What if you hardly believed it yourself This is the predicament that biologist Tyler Vaughan finds himself in when people start vanishing from the little town of Crooked Creek, Oregon In the course of his research, Tyler has inadvertently captured on one of his thermal imaging remote cameras a photograph of a creature known as Slender Man a faceless humanoid with long, thin arms and legs, whose presence is always associated with abductions, especially of children.The problem is, who will believe him The Crooked Creek Chief of Police Dale Blodgett short for Wensleydale his parents were fans of Wallace Gromit certainly has no reason to, especially when the missing people return, apparently unscathed, and claiming to have no memory of what happened during their absence Chief of Police Blodgett figures that if they re home, safe and sound, there s no reason to investigate further.Tyler has one person in his corner, however flower child and organic herbal tea maker Rainey Carrington, who realizes that the abducted children may not have returned as safe and sound as they seem to be Plus, she s got a serious crush on Tyler Together, can they put together the pieces of what s happening in Crooked Creek, and stop it before one of them disappears, too

    1 thought on “Signal to Noise

    1. My favorite Gordon Bonnet book. The characters are, overall, great. Unique, believable and life-like. I think that's part of the charm of this book. The subject matter balances the realistic people nicely. If you lay out the plot of the book, or describe it to someone, it comes off sounding odd. With that said, everything together works, and works well, for me. I've read it twice since I purchased it.

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