My Review of “Bad Little Falls” By Paul Doiron.

Edgar Award finalist Paul Doiron’s new crime novel, Bad Little Falls, has just been published, and it’s another winner.

My review for the Associated Press begins this way:

Maine game warden Mike Bowditch should have learned by now that he needs to mind his own business.

His inability to do so in “The Poacher’s Son” (2010) and “Trespasser” (2011) has left both his personal and his professional life in tatters. His superiors, and just about everyone else in Maine law enforcement, consider him a hotheaded, arrogant loose cannon. The woman he loves has left him, taking their baby son with her. And, as his new adventure, “Bad Little Falls,” opens, he’s been banished to an assignment in Down East, Maine.

For the entire review, please click here.

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