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Sunday, January 25, 2015

Disappearance Creek by R. J. Luce - a review

Crashed airplanes, missing wolf packs, hidden mines and unauthorized cabins out in the Wyoming wilderness outside of Jackson Hole are all parts of the mystery that wildlife biologists Whip Sawtell and his ex-girlfriend, Cat Bonner, have to solve before someone takes them out, permanently.

Their must be a rat in the local sheriff's department as the mysterious assassin always seems to be one step ahead of them, but Luce manages to weave enough red-herrings and cold trails until the last few pages to keep the momentum alive, and to save the identity of the bad guys until the last moment.

Not since Indiana Jones has a non-law enforcement agent gone himself into a situation where he has to battle his way out of a bad situation and Whip seems prepared to give as much as he takes.

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