Buck Woods, a stressed-out NYPD homicide detective and former Marine Scout sniper on sabbatical, returns home to Orono, Maine.
Upon arriving back in town, Buck meets up with his old high school friend, Detective Jim Barkowsky of the Orono PD. Jim invites Buck to stay with him, his wife and his two children.
The next morning Buck and Jim go to check out Buck's new home, an old run-down log cabin he inherited from his grandfather on two acres of land on Punshaw Lake. Upon entering the cabin, they discover the decomposing body of an unidentified man. The victim died from a single gunshot wound. It is obvious he was murdered.
Buck and Jim set out to solve the murder by putting together the pieces of the puzzle. Unexpected twists, turns, and obstacles abound, leading to a climax that puts Buck's life on the line.
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About the Author
W.D. (Dave) Frolick is a late-blooming author. To date, Dave has written two murder/mystery novels. He is a country music songwriter, creative director and owner of Frozen North Music (SOCAN), a Canadian music publisher. Dave enjoys writing country songs, golfing, movies, reading a good murder mystery, and watching sports--especially the Toronto Blue Jays. He is retired from a career as an entrepreneur and real estate sales. Dave and his wife Rose live in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.