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The End of the Track by Andrew Garve
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Sep 10, 2010

really liked it

Garve can always be counted upon for a well-crafted, smoothly written tale of suspense, usually about decent, civilized people threatened by criminals but unable to seek help from the police, and so thrown back upon their own resources. Sometimes they are too smoothly written and come perilously close to formula fiction. This one involves a forester versus a blackmailer.
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