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Book Review

by Mark Stevens

#3 in Allison Coil

Category:  Mystery

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.


[2018-08-23 13:27:07]

Rating:  4

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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