Mark Twain wrote: The stars ain't so close together as they look to be.
#3 in Allison Coil
Average Rating: 4.0
A chewed-up corpse high in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area leaves Colorado hunting guide Allison Coil mystified. Obvious signs suggest the dead man is the victim of a mountain lion attack, but Allison's instincts tell her otherwise. Miles away in downtown Glenwood Springs, a controversial candidate for U.S. Senate is shot during a campaign stop as newspaper reporter Duncan Bloom watches, dodging the long-range gunfire. Trapline follows Coil and Bloom as their investigations collide, exposing the dark depths of human indifference.
This suspenseful mystery is relevant to today's current events. It's obviously somewhat contrived, but believable enough. As with the previous books in this series, the Colorado Flat Tops is a great setting and the main characters are compelling.
Amy Johnson's performance is consistent. She has adopted these characters as hers. I did hear a couple of mispronunciations, but they were minor.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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