St. Albans Fire

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (8.42 hours)
Product Number: Z100018503
Released: Mar 01, 2006
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780792740810
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Description

In northwestern Vermont, young Bobby Cutts enters the family barn and encounters a nightmare. Surrounded by bolts of fire, Bobby and the entire herd perish in a stampeding, circle of flames. Called to the scene to investigate, Joe Gunther instantly recognizes arson. But by whom? And why? Gunther quickly discovers that someone is wreaking havoc across the bucolic farmlands surrounding the town of St. Albans. Somewhere in the dense social fabric of the community, in the hearts and souls of Bobby's family, and in the cutthroat farming business underneath the region's placid exterior are the truths his team must ferret out. But what looked like a local case is about to take them from the barns of Vermont to the gritty streets of Newark, New Jersey. Before all is said and done, Joe Gunther will meet one of his deadliest opponents to date...?nd he will need far more than his skills as a policeman to protect the people closest to his heart.

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Author(s): Archer Mayor
Series: Joe Gunther Mysteries Series No: 16
Original Publish Date: Mar 01, 2006

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Author(s): Archer Mayor
Narrator(s): Tom Taylorson
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Product Number Z100107385
Released: Feb 12, 2019
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781504781848

Professional reviews

"Christopher Graybill's expertise in the narration of a variety of genres makes him the perfect choice for the fifteenth installment of the Joe Gunther mystery series. The Gunther series is set in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, where the heartiest of Yankees live. The crusty characters in the story, along with Gunther's serious demeanor, provide an opportunity for listeners to interpret the story for themselves. Although the complexity of the plot makes interpretation difficult sometimes, the narration of the relationships among the characters assists listeners in comprehending the significant threads of the story. S.K.P. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"

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