- File Size: 1655 KB
- Print Length: 309 pages
- Publisher: Proud Horse Publishing (December 22, 2012)
- Publication Date: December 22, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AS9WNSK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #240,869 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- Book 3 of 4 in A Hunter Rayne Highway Mystery (4 Book Series)
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More About the Author
Ruth attended the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C., where she studied languages and creative writing to obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree.
She currently lives on a ranch in the South Cariboo region of B.C., where she and her partner, Gilbert Roy, enjoy their Canadian Horses (Le Cheval Canadien) and other animals.
Top Customer Reviews
The scene is set with our hero, Hunter Rayne, having a public spat with the soon to be murdered man and Hunter's subsequent investigation into the circumstances and reasons for the death. As you would expect, this involved plenty of subtle clues and red herrings before we discovered who the killer was.
I enjoyed this book as it worked well as a standalone story, with well-formed characters and locations. I liked the storyline which involved the biker Dan Sorenson (known as Sorry) and this had a nice conclusion with him discovering things about himself. If I was to cite a negative about the book I suppose it was Hunter's `boss' El. She needed to be in the story in order to link Hunter and Sorry and also to facilitate some of the plot, but for me, she was made to be a bigger character than she needed to be.
Overall though, a minor niggle and I would recommend this book to those that like a murder mystery. 4/5.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to review it.
I did find a good depth in the development of the characters and the descriptions of the area was well done. The book kept my interest and will likely buy the next book.
On the technical side, the chapter breaks were not always clean. I did receive a free copy to review
I guess maybe that this book just was not my cup of tea. The couple of `romantic' interests for the main character seemed forced and certainly uneventful; I am really not sure why they were `romantic' interests. The main character obviously has some emotional constipation issues. Maybe I need to read the other Hunter Rayne books to truly understand him.
The story seemed slow to me, which surprised me because there is a murder, missing kid, and a couple (?) of romantic interest. It should move quickly enough. There was also a lot of clutter with Hunter's best friend's history and another trucker's relationship with his dad that did not really seem needed.
The ending was good. I certainly did not suspect who the killer was, but I am not sure that it is very probable. I have a hard time believing it due to the buildup and history of the character involved.
I am sure that I am just missing something because the other reviews are glowing, but it just was not for me. I am giving the story the benefit of the doubt with the three stars, because it seems to be only me that was not enthralled by this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice easy read. Enjoyed how the story line crosses borders with our Canadian friends. Waiting for the others to be free to read for Prime members.Published 2 days ago by Georgianna
Another book I couldn't put down! Page turner. Might have to read the other books in the series. Excellent writing.Published 5 days ago by Anita
I enjoyed this book. It was gripping and interesting at the same time. The possibility of the first person telling the story and the work he did to solve the case held me... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kindle Customer
This is my second Hunter Rayne book. I loved both of them. I highly recommend this author to anyone who likes non stop intrigue. I just couldn't put this book down .Published 9 days ago by AAA
A little different to be reading a novel about a trucker who isn't spending much time on the truck but the Whistler backdrop for the novel was good. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Cheryl Rhodes
I enjoy this series so much. There are so many plota and subplots and the author connects them so well......there's the snow, the body, the ski lift...but how? Read more
This was a very good read. The story line stayed in tact..even when he had to leave Whistler and go to Vancouver. I really enjoyed this book and it was a surprise ending.Published 10 days ago by Joan M Ader