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Cold Hunter's Moon

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On a cold, snowy November day in Big Oak, Wisconsin, Ann Ranson's dogs drag home something bloody. In the height of hunting season, Ann assumes it's a deer part and goes out to get rid of it. Instead, she is shocked to discover it's the remains of a human foot!

Sheriff Lark Swenson, a former homicide detective from Chicago who recently moved to the country after his wife's
Hardcover, 320 pages
Published January 5th 2002 by Minotaur Books
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Jan 26, 2015 George rated it really liked it
1st in the Sheriff Lark Swenson - State Detective Lacey Smith mystery series set in northern Wisconsin. It is November and Big Oak Town is having a series of heavy winter storms along with the deer hunting season. The sheriff's office has its hands full with hunting related accidents and traffic accidents when 2 bodies are discovered on the property of neighbors of the sheriff. Swenson brings in the state police to help investiage. Things intensify as both the neighbor and Swenson's homes are sh ...more
Jul 28, 2009 Carin rated it it was amazing
Now, I'm not normally a mystery reader, but I have read the classics (Christie, Collins, Conan Doyle) so I wasn't completely unfamiliar with myseries when I came across this manuscript. The characters completely compelled me from the very beginning, and when I got to the end of the partial pages the author had submitted, I was miffed that I couldn't continue, and I waited anxiously for the remainder. It was a fun read, set in a part of the country that seems quite foreign to me (the author expla ...more
Feb 01, 2009 Susan rated it liked it
The Ransons are newcomers to Wisconsin. When their dogs find a boot with human bones in it, the local sheriff, Lark Swenson, also a newcomer and overwhelmed by the influx of deer hunters for the hunting season, finds skeletal remains, and also a fresh corpse. How did two co-eds from the University of Wisconsin end up dead in the woods? There's instant chemistry between the sheriff and one of the state police officers, Lacey Smith, who comes to help him out, but he's still mourning his wife and c ...more
Mar 16, 2010 Darcie marked it as to-read
A Wisconsin-based detective series!
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