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Slow Curve on the Coquihalla

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Former Sgt. Hunter Rayne of the Royal Mounted Canadian Police is

Former Sgt. Hunter Rayne of the Royal Mounted Canadian Police is retired. Nevertheless, Slow Curve On The Coquihalla is a police procedural as well as a first rate who-done-it. Author Donald plays fair with her clues in this well crafted mystery. Interesting characters ...
Former Sgt. Hunter Rayne of the Royal Mounted Canadian Police is retired. Nevertheless, Slow Curve On The Coquihalla is a police procedural as well as a first rate who-done-it. Author Donald plays fair with her clues in this well crafted mystery. Interesting characters and occasionally lyric descriptions of the Canadian West are a bonus. All in all a very enjoyable read.

posted by LeeHolz on June 10, 2012

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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Over 300 pages

Well I read it. It was extremely well edited. The book is based in Canada. It is about an over the road truck driver ex police officer. ( called a constable there ) There is a small amount of cursing, no sex or romance, no gore. Some violence. Murder. This book was okay...
Well I read it. It was extremely well edited. The book is based in Canada. It is about an over the road truck driver ex police officer. ( called a constable there ) There is a small amount of cursing, no sex or romance, no gore. Some violence. Murder. This book was okay. I had a hard time getting interested in it and I skipped some pages because it seemed to go nowhere for chapters at a time. My husband really enjoyed this book and so did my brother. I honestly think my problem with it is, it is a man's novel. It sure is not chick lit. It is a stand alone book. Whodunit was a surprize. Read and enjoy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2014

    Boring

    This wasn't my type book. Maybe a truck driver would enjoy it.

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