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The Nail Knot: A Fly Flishing Mystery (Fly Fishing Mysteries) Kindle Edition
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The author does have a talent for unusual names though. Some were interesting, some unpronounceable, and some were just fun. I loved Bud and his son, Bud Light. However, Lake Bud was a pretty lame name for a lake, even if Bud Heavy needed to satisfy his ego.
Overall, it was a well told mystery that wasn't easily anticipated. By default, I learned a lot more about the sport of fishing than I expected. A good story.
There is some fishing. Ned Oglivie, better known as Dog to friend and foe, has left behind a failed marriage and bitter memories and seeks solace in traveling around the country in a beat up RV, fishing the famous trout streams by day and drinking himself to sleep at night.
Life changes when he comes to rural Black Earth, Wisconsin, and finds the body of a local environmentalist floating in the stream. Before he has a chance to realize what's happening farm girl Melvina "Junior" O'Malley has snapped the fly from Jake Jacobs' leader and cast it away and plucked something else from the dead man's mouth.
Despite her odd behavior, Dog comes to like Junior who confesses she acted to protect her dementia-plagued father who had threatened Jacobs. The old man is only the first of many suspects and it takes some time to sort them all out and get to the real motive.
The timing of an insect hatch on the creek and the particular fishing knot of the title are vital clues. Quirky characters, a bit of humor and a keen insight to human nature make this a fun read.
Some crime. Outstanding reading on a cold day by the woodstove or
For someone who cannot get out.
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