Dead Creek (Loon Lake Fishing Mystery Series #2)

Dead Creek (Loon Lake Fishing Mystery Series #2)

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by Victoria Houston
     
 

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Fishing aside, there's nothing Doc likes better than helping Chief of Police Lew Ferris a world-class fly fisherman in her own right delve into Loon Lake's criminal underworld. He's looking for any excuse to spend time with the only woman he knows who likes to fish as much as he does. So bloodthirsty killers and backwoods bandits be damned, Doc will take the quiet

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Fishing aside, there's nothing Doc likes better than helping Chief of Police Lew Ferris a world-class fly fisherman in her own right delve into Loon Lake's criminal underworld. He's looking for any excuse to spend time with the only woman he knows who likes to fish as much as he does. So bloodthirsty killers and backwoods bandits be damned, Doc will take the quiet risk.

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ISBN-13:
9781440550843
Publisher:
F & W Media Inc
Publication date:
05/28/2012
Series:
Loon Lake Fishing Mystery Series, #2
Pages:
283
Sales rank:
318,404
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

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Dead Creek (Loon Lake Fishing Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Stirling More than 1 year ago
This is the second in the Loon Lake series. The plot gets started on page two and keeps it going full blast until the very end. If fishing is your thing, you're in for a treat. I don't fish, or ever want to, but I look forward to everything Victoria Houston has to say about fishing and her wonderful characters from the north woods.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Just about every one of the 4000 residents of Lake Loon knows that retired dentist, Doctor Osborne loves to take his boat out and go fishing. He especially enjoys catching muskie, a Wisconsin delicacy. Just about the only thing, the sexagenarian loves more than fishing, is helping Chief of Police Lew Ferris solve crime. Perhaps he just has a crush on his favorite law enforcement official.

He is unaware that when he has the chance to catch some muskie in an isolated locale, he will soon be working with his favorite police officer. In a small inlet of the lake, Osborne finds a wired cage containing the bodies of four adults. No one knows who the victims are except that they are wealthy out of towners who disappeared form an upscale retreat. Lew and Osborne will need three parts perseverance and seven parts luck to solve this impossible case.

People who enjoy fishing will want to read DEAD CREEK, but those fans of a well-drawn regional police procedural will also want to read this novel. All the subplots smoothly return to the main theme and there are plenty of suspects to keep the audience guessing about what is going on and who is the mastermind behind the mysterious events. With this fine novel, Victoria Houston will hook readers and make them seek her previous stories.

Harriet Klausner

Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Victoria Houston makes you want to go to Loon Lake, fish for Muskie or trout. She is adept at teaching about the county side, and in this book, about results of pollution. I love learning while enjoying a good story.Her description of murders and "how" is spell binding and I was sorry to finish it. I guess I'll have to read the rest of this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very Good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Each book in this series is an enjoyable read. Interesting cast of characters, mysteries and small-town happenings.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Excellant Mysterys and yet light hearted. I spend a lot of time in this area and find it fun to know the places the author is writing about. I also read her first boook and am looking forward to the rest of them.
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