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Wail Kindle Edition
Rich American playboy Scott left his Southern small town to explore the heady world of London's social scene. Now it all feels a bit hollow after his boyfriend abandons him. He distracts himself by playing white knight for the homeless young woman he finds wailing at Finsbury Park Station. He's convinced he can help Clotilde make a life for herself in London, if she'll just try a little therapy.
Their fragile friendship is challenged when a serial killer's victims cause Clotilde to run sobbing for the river every time they pass through Finsbury Park. The killer believes that the wrath of the river spirits will cleanse London if he can offer enough blood sacrifices to draw them nearer. His cunning has kept the police from linking the murders so far. But no killer could foresee an American playboy and a Scottish bean nighe tracing his victims to Finsbury Park Station.
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- ASIN : B073TJ776K
- Language : English
- File size : 507 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 455 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1973917521
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I enjoyed reading Wail. Kenzie McLaughlin wrote a beautiful story that is part fantasy and part crime mystery with a twist. I like Wail because it is different. Kenzie McLaughlin allows the readers of Wail to escape into the world of Clotilde and Scott and the London Underground. I love the way Kenzie McLaughlin portrays her characters. By reading Wail, I learnt about Scottish Fairy called Bean Nighe and their role in Scottish folk law.
Reading Wail, you learn about working in the London Underground. Readers of Wail will realise that you must ensure you fulfil your dreams while you are alive. Also, readers of Wail will learn the importance of friendship.
Thanks to the Author for my free copy for an honest review. I recommend this book.
I found this quote very powerful.
Clotilde to Scott ~ "...don't wait for me. Go out and live, Scott. While you have the chance. Don't throw it away."
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.