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Sometimes, the legends are true. When eccentric billionaire, Ellis Holloway, hires renegade marine biologist, Sam Aston, to investigate the legend of a monster in a remote Finnish lake, Aston envisions an easy paycheck and a chance to clear his gambling debts. But he gets much more. There is something terrible living beneath the dark waters of Lake Kaarme and it is hungry. As the death toll mounts, Aston faces superstitious locals, a power-hungry police chief, and a benefactor's descent into madness as he races to find the legendary beast of the lake.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 296 pages
  • 137 x 216 x 15mm | 318g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 0994630441
  • 9780994630445
  • 1,810,034

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"Primordial has everything you'd want from a monster story - great characters, a remote location and a creature with bite! Mixing history and lore with science and action, David Wood and Alan Baxter have penned a thriller that is hard to put down." --Jeremy Robinson, author, Island 731
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About David Wood

David Wood is the cohost of the podcast Authorcast. He is the author of The Dane Maddock Adventures. Under his pen name, David Debord, he has written the Absent Gods fantasy series. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Alan Baxter is a British-Australian author who writes dark fantasy, horror and sci-fi, rides a motorcycle and teaches Kung Fu. He is the author of MageSign, RealmShift, and The Alex Caine series. He lives in Australia.
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392 ratings
3.97 out of 5 stars
5 32% (126)
4 41% (161)
3 20% (78)
2 5% (20)
1 2% (7)
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