Situated on a peaceful lake in the prettiest part of the north Georgia mountains, Sutherland seems like a nice town, warm and quiet. The kind of place where families know their neighbors and children can grow up safe.
But this picture-perfect hamlet harbors a dark evil -- whispered rumors of greed, incest, and savagery. Buried deep within the lake's waters are hideous secrets, unspeakable horrors that can turn hair white and drive a person mad. Wicked lies that can kill.
Now, one unknowing outsider has the power to reveal the terrifying truth...if he lives.
No the best but is good, October 21, 2003 Reviewer: nicolas toranzo from argentina I am an argentinian men so I couldn't read all woods books. this is the last i have read and i think that it could be better. i am not saying that the book is bad, i like it. i like this sensation of gothic and terror. i think that this book is not the best ( i prefer grass roots, heat, or dead eyes, santa fe rules or white cargo) but is better than L.A times or new york dead.