Butterfly Lake - Review by Martha A. Cheves
Sam and Bill McCoy were from Southern Georgia. Sam, the oldest, smartest and tallest, might have been considered plain-looking, were it not for his tangled mop of hair and his scraggly beard; Bill, on the other hand, was not too bright, albeit not from lack of trying. He had always been slow - he just couldn't help it - but he was intelligent enough to follow his big brother and do whatever Sam told him to do.
Tex is from Texas. In the Fall, he had invited his best friend Rob to his ranch for fishing and riding horses. Rob has returned the favor by inviting Tex and his family to his lake cabin in the mountains of Pinecrest, PA. The two men, both in their mid-forties, had been close friends since their days in the jungles and villages of Vietnam. Rob was a decorated Army field medic, and Tex a decorated Marine sniper.
When the unthinkable happens, Tex, Rob, Sam and Bill will meet and that's when the suspense begins. Their travels will take them through the mountains in their attempt to bring justice to the little town of Pinecrest. But their task doesn't come without life threatening events that may make them missing in action.
This book is full of twists and turns that kept me wanting more. It gave me admiration for not only Tex and Rob, but also for the author. Looking forward to his next book of adventures with these two guys.