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August 05, 2016

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Richard R.

This is a series I like a lot, and began re-reading last Winter, with the first three. This one is up next. Fine review.

Gerard

Is Bennett on vacation in this one? Or does has he moved from the small town job in the earlier novels?

Kent Morgan

I wondered the same thing. Where are the mountains? I read all the books in the series years ago and all I remember is that I liked them.

BV Lawson

I suppose the author is of an age where he doesn't want/need to write any more books, but it's a shame he didn't pen more in the series, Richard. We will have to take what we can get.

BV Lawson

Bennett isn't on vacation, but he *is* traveling. He's looking into the death of the husband of his ex-wife's college roommate to verify the body the police found with its head gnawed off by bears really was the husband. He stays at a motel and pretends to be an insurance salesman at first, hiding the fact he's really the police chief of Murphy's Harbor.

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