Dead Deceiver

Dead Deceiver

by Victoria Houston
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Dead Deceiver (Loon Lake Fishing Series #11) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
2littletimeND More than 1 year ago
Victoria Houston proves you can enjoy an intriguing mystery in a great locale without gratuitous sex, gore & violence. The Loon Lake characters quickly become as familiar as your own friends, especially if you are an upper Midwesterner!
Dollycas More than 1 year ago
Dollycas’s Thoughts This has been one of my favorites series but the last one, Dead Renegade was not the author’s best and I left this one on the shelf. When I needed just one more book to complete by Wisconsin Author/Setting I picked it up and I so glad I did. I don’t know much about fly fishing but I sure do like reading about it. My grandfather was quite a fisherman and stories like this bring forth great memories. I love Lew, Doc Osborne, and Ray Pradt. In this installment they are fighting the elements of a Wisconsin winter to find who killed a woman out snowshoeing. When she fails to return home her husband calls the police and they start a search that ends with the worst possible outcome. I like the relaxed relationship between Lew and Osbourne. They are comfortable with each other and the lives they are leading. Lew’s daughter returns to Loon Lake to talk things over with her mom. Her marriage is falling apart and she needs advice and a little perspective as she moves toward a divorce. There is also a fishing tournament taking place and a reality show is casting and Ray hopes he is chosen for the show. Houston is back and while there is not as much fishing in this installment due to it be set in winter the mystery is more of what I expect from this author. The characters are still growing and the were a few suspenseful moments as the plot and subplot converged and the killer was revealed. The funny thing is that is now December in Wisconsin and we don’t have any snow. We had a very green Christmas and as I type this it is 45 degrees outside. Reading about the snowy countrysides was great for me and required no shoveling on my part.
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I really enjoyed all of Victoria Houston's books the characters are realistic and have likable personalities
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