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"You're Next!" (Macduff Brooks Mystery) (Volume 3) Paperback – July 1, 2013
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About the Author
M.W.Gordon taught law for four decades, authoring dozens of books and articles, and traveling widely lecturing for the State Department and Council on Foreign Relations. Changing focus, he stopped teaching, built a wooden drift-boat named Osprey, and became a fly fishing guide. He divides his time between the salt-marsh flats below St. Augustine, Florida, and the creeks and rivers of Wyoming and Montana. He has floated Osprey on numerous rivers, including rescuing a father and young children after their drift boat, overloaded with six persons, crashed into trees and sank on the Snake River in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He has worked with Project Healing Waters in Montana, taking combat-wounded disabled–vets fly fishing on the Yellowstone River. His author-wife Buff and he live in Summer Haven, south of St. Augustine, with their Sheltie, Macduff.
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If the novels of John Sanford are a 10 on a scale of 1 to 10, I'd give this novel a 1.3. I wish I had not spent any money on it, and if you wish to read it, see if you can borrow it.
But it was great fun following the action in places that will be familiar to obsessive fly casters. It was like author Gordon had been following me around.
There are frequent inconsistencies in point of view that jar the narrative. It is still entertaining enough but I doubt I will continue to follow the Macduff series.