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Whiskey Creek: A Porter Cassel Mystery

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The latest installment in Dave Hugelschaffer's innovative murder-mystery series sends forest fire forensics expert Porter Cassel to the isolated northern Alberta community of Fort Chipewyan, where an arsonist armed with Molotov cocktails has started a series of blazes. During his investigation the remains of a trapper are discovered in a burned-down cabin. The RCMP rule ...more
Paperback, 282 pages
Published March 18th 2012 by Cormorant Books (first published January 1st 2012)
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Feb 13, 2015 Charles rated it it was ok
Not the worst book I've read by far, but soooo many problems....
It's a bad sign when both the editor and the author seem to be unable to keep track of the names of the characters in the novel. If only there were enough characters in the book to make this a reasonable mistake: sadly, there weren't.
Character motivation seems to be a serious problem in this novel: a lot of the things the characters do make little to no sense even after their motivations (if they had any) have been explained. Add to
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