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Cold Lake (David Wolf Book 5) Kindle Edition
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David Wolf continues with his on-again, off-again relationship with his ex-wife and tries to maintain a relationship with his now dour teenage son. There is a real shocker around this storyline, which begs for another novel to clear up the situation. Never saw that twist coming; as a matter of fact, there are plot twists in this book to outfool almost anyone. I was completely taken off-guard, which is good. If we like suspence, then we don't want too much formula where we guess every turn.
The novel make so many twists, as a matter of fact, that I don't really know if there will be another one in this series or if this may be the last. It could go either way. Wolf doggedly pursues different leads in and around the nearby alpine lake, is outsmarted, if temporarily, by a young woman whom he shouldn't be attracted to, who is involved in the mystery, and shadow-boxes in the woods and a woodlands home with someone...no one...a ghost? He can't seem to get a read on this missing character but seems to be played everytime he investigates the environs.
If you don't mind gruesome murder victims, then this, as always, is a good story and will keep you turning pages to see who's the good guy and who's the bad. That's not easy to tell in this one.
This one starts with Sheriff Wolf who's running for Sheriff.
His county, Sluice County, is being merged with Byron County who has a Sheriff. MacLean by name. He and wolf are running for the Sheriffs job.
Wolf isn't really concerned with running for office. He and his ex Sarah are coming together again and he's more concerned with where it will go than he is with running for Sheriff.
He's giving it a shot though but MacLean is trying to upstage him at every turn.
MacLean is followed by news men and those who want him elected as Sheriff to the new merged counties. Nothing is beneath him when it comes to winning the election, even attempting blackmail.
Wolf is doing his best to ignore the man but MacLean makes sure he's wherever Wolf is so he can upstage him.
A man fishing in Cold Lake pulls up a head. The head belongs to a young man who disappeared twenty two years ago. It was a case Wolf's Father worked. A case that baffled him for years. Wolf is wondering just how many more bodies are at the bottom of Cold Lake.
So begins one damned fine read.
This on has Wolf, Sarah, a twenty two year old mystery, a woman named Kimber, bodies, murder, one insane woman, Wolf's deputies, a cliff, a MacLean who will do just about anything to get elected, a Senator, Wolf's campaign manager, Wolf's son Jack, a couple of PI's, missing people, a man with an interest in Sarah, a Sarah who lies about the man, a badly hurt Wolf and one hell of a story with one hell of an ending.
Five Stars and then some.
One thing that really impresses me is the care he takes in his writing. I get disgusted with a lot of the Kindle books that are so full of misspelled words and misused words. You don't find that here with this author, he obviously has pride in what and how he writes. If you haven't read the short story Gut Decision yet, by all means read it also. I normally shy away from short stories but this one packed a punch. If you want a good book that keeps you pasted to the page, read one or all of the books by this author.
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