"As much a small town relationship drama as it is a police procedural"
John and Ann Ransom live on prime lake front property
in Big Oak, Wisconsin. Once they moved into their new
home, the couple posted no hunting signs so that deer
hunters would stay away.
One morning, Ann awakens to a gunshot, but ignores the
noisy incident believing that a hunter fired a gun. That
same day, her Golden Retriever drags home a bloody boot
containing human remains. The Ransoms call Sheriff Lark
Swenson, who finds the rest of the corpse. Three days
later another body is found on their property. Lark and
State detective Lacey Smith work closely together trying to
determine whether the two murders are as related as they
first seem and how. Though the two law officials deny it
even to themselves, their proximity brings out warm tender
feelings towards one another, but the investigation comes
first for both of these dedicated people.
COLD HUNTER'S MOON is as much a small town relationship
drama as it is a police procedural. Lark and Lacey make a
cute couple because they spend much time persuading
themselves that business is the only relationship they
share. Sub-genre readers will welcome newcomer K. C.
Greenlief whose ability to place real people in a taut
investigative tale will make her a fan favorite quite
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 2, 2001