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I wish to express my thanks to the author, Black Rose Writing-publisher, and NetGalley for the digital copy of the book. The publication date was April 26th 2017, and the book is available in digital, Kindle Unlimited and paperback.
For me this was a 4 star read.
That said, the editor should be fired immediately. There is no such word as its'. The punctuation throughout is horrendous. For example, the text of someone speaking across multiple paragraphs did not have quotes at the beginning of each paragraph. There were several misspellings. In at least one case, the wrong word was used--similar sound, but completely different meaning.
I am happy I have finished the book...mostly because I wanted to know the end of an excellently story, but also because the editing was making me sick. I hope the publisher cleans it up and reissues it.
The location of the story is also a plus. Anyone who has spent time in the Maine rural areas knows that things like this could be happening with no one the wiser. Bodies are hard to find in the woods when there are mile after mile of trees in all directions. In this story, the bodies are found because the author and thus the killer want to bodies to be found.
well-drawn, both realistic and sympathetic. The story moved along nicely and there was a definite sense of place-at times you could almost feel you were there in the frozen woods. However, I actually rounded up from four-and one-half stars as I had a few criticisms. Everything about every minor character does not have to be resolved in one book, especially if this is the first of a series. Also, there seemed to be a surplus of major villains in a small town where everybody supposedly knew everything about each other. However a good read overall and I liked that the crimes took months to resolve with times where the case did not progress much as happens in real life.