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Three miles away, Gale G’Wain is alone and close to ...
Three miles away, Gale G’Wain is alone and close to dead. He’s holed up in an empty farmhouse, half-dressed and nearly dead after falling through lake ice. Innocent, but unlikely to ever stand trial in a town as corrupt as Bittersmith, he loads his gun and prepares to defend himself against the dead man’s bloodthirsty sons and the Sheriff’s Department.
Set in small town Wyoming in the 70s and unfolding in a single day, Clayton Lindemuth's debut novel, Cold Quiet Country, explores small-town corruption and the lengths some people will go to exact revenge.
Posted December 17, 2012
My favourite book of the year.
Couldn't put it down, I see why it got a star review. Difficult subject matter handled excellently.
Gripping emotional and tense.
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Posted January 26, 2013
This book was a real page turner. The author went back and forth between past and present. The content was hard to read but sometimes the truth is hard.
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Posted January 12, 2014