One fine morning, a burly local man named Bud Turley shuffles into Sheriff Dan Rhodes' station and presents a gargantuan tooth, which he claims belongs to Bigfoot. Bud wants Dan to keep it safe until a paleontologist can be summoned.
Dan is, of course, skeptical of this Bigfoot hullabaloo, but others in town are more easily convinced. Bud's pal Larry even claims to have seen the beast. Then a few days later Bud's body is found savaged in the woods nearby, and the whole burg descends into full-blown Bigfoot mania. Dan suspects feral hogs are the real culprit - until the murderer strikes again.
Seasoned with a dusting of dry humor, this quirky mystery features the talents of narrator George Guidall, who adds just the right touch of spice.
©2006 Bill Crider; (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC
I like books in the mystery and fantasy/sci-fi genres.
A great read, gives you a real feel for small-town Texas. Recommended to all Cozy enthusiasts.
The fact that it captures the characteristics and flavor of small town life so well.
The banter of the workers in the sheriffs department. and his frustration at trying to get information out of them.
Yes, I have listen to all of the Cat Who series and these series is just as awesome. He is as much Sheriff Rhodes as he is Qwilleran.
Great listen, enjoyed it immensely and have fallen in love with the series.
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