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Viking Vengeance

(Loch Lonach #3)

4.75  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews

We all know some laws are made to be broken. The trick is knowing which – and when.

The Up-Helly-Aa was not intended as a real Viking funeral. A least, there wasn’t supposed to be a body tucked inside the ship the Lonach Homesteaders built and burned each January. But the discovery of a charred corpse hidden in the wreckage sends Jim and Ginny racing cross country in a peri
Paperback, 456 pages
Published February 28th 2019 by Maggie's Mysteries
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Billy Buttons
Aug 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Title: Viking Vengeance: Loch Lonach Mysteries: Book Three
Author: Maggie Foster

Star Rating: 5 Stars
Number of Readers: 21
Editing: 8/10
Writing Style: 8/10
Content: 8/10
Cover: 9/10
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Maggie Foster
Mar 20, 2019 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
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Alone, in February, in New England, Ginny Forbes must find a way to get a fugitive across the U.S.-Canadian border or forfeit her nursing career, her freedom, and maybe even her life in this captivating third novel by Maggie Foster.

Book Three in the Loch Lonach Mystery Series

When one of the Homesteaders takes revenge on the drunk driver who killed his family, he hides the body in the Viking ship set to be burned during the annual Up-Helly-Aa, expecting the evidence to disappear into the depths o
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MAGGIE FOSTER is a seventh-generation Texan of Scottish descent. In addition to being steeped in Scottish traditions and culture, she has spent a lifetime in healthcare as a nurse, lawyer, educator, and redhead.

Her interests include history, genealogy, music, dancing, travel, dark chocolate, good whisky, and men in kilts, not necessarily in that order.

The idea for the Loch Lonach series began to

Other books in the series

Loch Lonach (4 books)
  • The Arms of Death (Loch Lonach #1)
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