"Tommy Carbone brings you right to the Maine woods in his new novel. You're not going to want to stop reading." - George Smith, Maine's Bangor Daily News, Book Reviews.
For a winter get-away, Sarah visits Joe at his Maine camp. When things go missing, including Joe, her thoughts of a peaceful time in the north woods disappear. Their survival may depend on determining who is there - and why.
The clues uncovered lead to a discovery that has been mystifying locals for more than forty years.
Moosehead Lake is forty miles long and ten miles wide at it's widest section. It is Maine's largest lake and is surrounded by millions of acres of pristine wilderness. People can disappear here for a very long time.
Tommy Carbone combines historical fiction with mystery and vivid descriptions of the Maine forest and wildlife. He brings the characters in his stories to life with realistic dialogue and scenes. You will be transported to the Maine woods and feel you are part of the mystery.
This is the second novel in the Moosehead Mystery series.