The last thing The Dog wanted was to find another body. But there was Annie Adams - the barn lady - floating dead at his feet, her easel and paints set up on the bridge above his head. And so The Dog wades his way through Kussmaul country encountering a confessing nine year old, a dispute over trespassing, a shunned Amish woman, and a quite possibly rabid beaver. And The Dog knows, this is not a fishing trip.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A good read. Not quite as good as Nail Knot but still keeps you guessing as 'Dog' solves another mystery. He's not quite as sharp as he used to be due to V & T which he has become quite fond of. You actually feel sorry for him when he hooks up with a less than perfect woman.
In my opinion, the best of the three 'Knot' books. Well written, a couple of good plot twists. A nice thrilling easy read for getting away.