“Widowmaker” by Paul Doiron: My Review

doironWidowmaker, book seven in Paul Doiron’s fine series of crime novels, sends game warden Mike Bowditch deep into the snowbound mountains of northern Maine, where future Olympians train at an exclusive ski academy, military interrogators train at a top-secret installation, and convicted sexual predators work as virtual slaves in a last-chance work camp.

The result is a violent, suspenseful, fast-paced tale written in Doiron’s customary tight, vivid prose. You can read my Associated Press review of the novel here.  And you can order the book here.

cover1The Dread Line by Bruce DeSilva is the fifth in my Edgar Award-winning series of hardboiled crime novels featuring Liam Mulligan, an investigative reporter and part-time private eye in Rhode Island. It will be published in September, but you can order it in advance, or order any of the books in the series, from independent or chain online bookstores by following this link.



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