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My Review of Paul Doiron’s New Crime Novel, “Almost Midnight”

In nine previous crime novels, Paul Doiron’s protagonist, Maine game warden Mike Bowditch, has made more than his share of friends and enemies. Now, in Almost Midnight, two friends featured in earlier books return, and both are in desperate need … Continue reading

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“Widowmaker” by Paul Doiron: My Review

Widowmaker, 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, … Continue reading

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My Review of Paul Doiron’s “The Bone Orchard”

The Bone Orchard is Paul Doiron’s fifth crime novel in his fine series featuring Maine game warden Mike Bowditch. The book is both a rich exploration of character and a satisfying mystery story. I highly recommend it. You can find … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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