Critically acclaimed author Michael McGarrity's powerful tale is packed with constant surprises and non-stop action. When retired Santa Fe detective Kevin Kerney discovers a mysterious body, his quiet summer in the Gila Wilderness is interrupted. Narrator George Guidall holds you spellbound as Kerney tangles with a modern paramilitary group and a vicious 60-year-old feud.
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by Michael McGarrity
by Tony Hillerman
by Craig Johnson
"McGarrity served in the Santa Fe Sheriff's Department. His protagonist, ex-detective Kevin McKerney, did, too. Both retired from the SFSD and remained in New Mexico--McGarrity writing mysteries for McKerney. George Guidall lends dignity to the limping, 40-something, would-be rancher, who has taken a summer job as a forest ranger. Guidall enlivens the innumerable characters involved in a sixty-year-old family feud, a militia movement, Mexican-American issues, small-town politics and more. He adds dimension to flat characters. His renderings of the stunning landscapes evoke the author's love of the Southwest, luring listeners to the story with the setting. The plot's complexity, more than the people, continues the enticement. R.N. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"
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