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Posted October 13, 2013
Mike Bodwitch, intrepid Maine game warden and protagonist, continues his pursuit of solving cases; despite, and sometime in spite of, interference from his superiors. Interference and/or opposition from superiors and/or agencies higher in the pecking order appears to have become cause de rigueur in the genre. This convention however, does not distract from the story. Not quite a page turner, but a story that keep the reader coming back, and when finished, waiting for the next book in the series. Out of five stars I’d rate it as three and one half.
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Posted January 17, 2015
This my first read in this series with Maine warden Mike Bowditc
This my first read in this series with Maine warden Mike Bowditch. The wardens appear to be a strange mix of wildlife warden and country policeman that don't have an equivalent in the UK making it difficult to relate to. I found it pleasantly refreshing for the hero / central character to be the lowest rank warden and not the sheriff or lieutenant. The storyline is is triggered by a wildlife massacre however this leads to other crimes to be investigated. Dealing with his own personal issues Bowditch has also to contend with being sidelined on the investigation of the crime he discovered. Not a bad book however not a riveting read either.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 29, 2013