A supposed hunting accident becomes a dangerously complicated murder investigation in this intricately-plotted new thriller featuring Maine Game Warden Mike Bowditch.A woman has been shot to death by a deer hunter on an island off the coast of Maine. To newly promoted Warden Investigator Mike Bowditch, the case seems open and shut. But as soon as he arrives on remote Maquoit Island he discovers mysteries piling up one on top of the other. The hun...
Details Stay Hidden (Mike Bowditch, #9)
|Title||Stay Hidden (Mike Bowditch, #9)|
|Release Date||Jul 3rd, 2018|
Reviews Stay Hidden (Mike Bowditch, #9)
- Stay Hidden is the ninth in the Mike Bowditch Mysteries and is entirely fresh and captivating. Mike is sent to investigate a hunting incident resulting in the death of a young woman on an isolated island. Was this a careless hunter or was the woman the intended target? Mike has recently become a Warden Investigator and this is his first case. He is sent to investigate what they believe to be an accidental shooting with a state trooper and a crime...
- Nothing is better on a snowy Saturday then a good cup of coffee and the latest addition to the Mike Bowditch series. This time Mike finds himself on an isolated Maine island investigating his first case as a Warden Investigator. Fighting doubts about his own abilities Mike finds himself confronted by mistaken identity, Neo-nazis, a mysterious hermit, more twists and turns then a mountain road and or yes, fog. Lots of fog. An atmospheric thriller ...
- In his new job as a warden investigator with the Maine Warden Service, Mike Bowditch is the only officer available to travel to the island of Maquoit to determine if someone should be charged in the death of journalist Ariel Evans. Ariel is not a local resident and it appears that she might have mistaken her for deer and shot. Ariel also might have been working on a story--about either a hermit who lives near Maquoit or some local neo-Nazis. As M...
- A fantastic read with a story that kept me going. The writing a rich and detailed and the characters pop off the page. The setting was immersive and the ending was satisfying. What else do you want in a mystery!