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Top Customer Reviews
I highly recommend this book and am looking forward to a sequel.
Sure hope the sequel is in the making as I would like to visit Big Lake again and see how the residents are doing.
The writing style was amateurish, the characters were poorly developed, and the plot was thin. I figured out who the killer was in the first few chapters. I was dismayed at what a shallow lead character Jim Weber turned out to be. After reading the entire book I cannot give a full physical description of the man, nor do I know much about him as a man. I'm glad to learn that Big Lake is a fictional town, because there is virtually no reality to the description Russell gives of small town life in Arizona.
There were also numerous glaring editing errors in the book. One chapter had Sheriff Weber and FBI agent Park searching the cabin of murder victim Phil Johnson. Astonishingly the sheriff was doing laundry of his uniforms at this cabin, and the agent commented on a truck the sheriff was restoring in the garage! Then Park noticed that Johnson's vehicle was missing from that same garage! I'm fairly sure that you don't do laundry at a crime scene, nor do you restore trucks in a crime scene garage.
The story took place over just about a week, and the sheriff managed to make love with two different women that he had never bedded before, and he wanted badly to sleep with a third.Read more ›
Worth the price for some enjoyable escapism.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I read a lot of mysteries and ran out of books from my favorite authors. Found this one and started with his first book in the series. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ted Hessler
EXCELLENT BOOK!! SO MANY TWISTS AND TURNS.. KEEPS YOU GUESSING TILL THE VERY END!Published 9 days ago by Kimwiztou
This is a very good fiction.
Then read all 10 in the series.
Then anxiously await number 11.
Great character development and good action vrs character interaction. No final discovery until near the end, no real suspect either.Published 18 days ago by Blue
What a good book. The ending was surprising. Nick Russell is a good author. I am going to read all of the Big Lake stories. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Nancy
This was a decent mystery, but I had an idea about the one they were looking for. It is a little far fetched,but possible. A little slow. This author does like to describe things.Published 23 days ago by Leah
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