Hinchinbrook's Hunted

Hinchinbrook's Hunted

by P. Wesley Lundburg

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A tragic hunting trip . . . a childhood friend dead . . .

Alaska crime-fighting duo Frank Mattituck and State Trooper Todd Benson investigate the accidental hunting death of Justin Harris at the hand of his best friend. As they unearth details, they discover a hidden life that draws them into an ever-deepening web of mystery. Mattituck, Todd, and Attorney Monica Castle chase down clues until they find themselves stumbling into a cat-and-mouse game that puts them all in danger. While unraveling the web, the question becomes: Was Justin's death a mere hunting accident after all?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158715846
Publisher: Gaslamp Scriveners Press
Publication date: 11/10/2017
Series: The Frank Mattituck Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 388
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

P. Wesley Lundburg has been an Alaska Charter Boat Captain, Coast Guardsman, college English professor, and professional editor. Wes holds a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Literature. He works full-time in higher education as a college dean and professor and writes most every day as part of his "down time" and fun time.

Wes launched his fiction-writing career in 7th grade with a teacher-acclaimed UFO abduction story, became addicted to writing, and hasn't stopped since. Besides his current set of novels, most of his published work has been creative essays, particularly nature pieces, and he has written many outdoor travel articles. He has also published academic papers, and presented papers and workshops in his field of Literature and Communication. His greatest joy has been in writing fiction, however, and he has written numerous short stories, some of which have seen publication.

Wes' writing is steeped in characters and a sense of place. Raised in San Diego, California, and having lived more than 17 years in Alaska, these are the sources of his major fiction works. In Alaska, he served in the Coast Guard and later ran a one-boat fishing charter company. Wes now lives on Long Island, New York, with his wife, five kids, very small dog, and a smattering of wild bunnies that hide and dart around his back yard.

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