This white-knuckled tale is about Idaho game warden Charley Cove struggling to stop a bloody string of deer shot and left in the snow. He's stymied by a lackadaisical prosecutor and a questionable deputy - the tug of two cultures running through his veins seem to be pulling him in different directions. Cove uncovers evidence that ties the shooter to crimes against people, and unknown to the warden, his bad guy is about to come unglued and drag his bloodbath into a nightmare for a two-legged victim.
©2013 Tony H. Latham (P)2014 Tony H. Latham
My husband and I listened to Five Fingers during a driving vacation trip. We had a hard time turning the car off once we arrived at our first destination. We spent the evening talking about what we thought would happen. The first thing we did the next morning, as we pulled out of the hotel parking lot, was to turn the book back on. Mr. Latham brought such adventure to his story and a great appreciation for game wardens and how they protect not only our wilderness but also people.. I loved all his characters, but Annie the dog...my favorite.
This is one of the best mysteries that I have listened to this year. The author is very knowledgeable with events in the storyline and weaves a fascinating story to go with these facts. The last few chapters will blow you away. The characters in this story are ones you will find very believable and I am hoping that he will continue writing using these characters in the future.
The characters were people that were very believable.
Can't pick just one scene - book builds up tension leading up to the final scene which is terrific.
Great Outdoor Suspense Story
I think this author has great talent and am waiting for his next book.
I love to hear a good book, this was one of those. I also loved reading it when it first came out. Both methods were great!
The discovery of the kneeling by the dead doe.
Kevin has a really smooth clear voice. I would listen to him do other books.
Oh yes, I had already read the book shortly after its release and needed a good story to listen to while I did some painting. I got all the painting and the story done in one day!
The story took place in a local area, so ever time I travel through the Challis, ID neighborhood I'm reminded of Five Fingers
Latham is a great storyteller. I didn't want to stop listening. His story occurred in country with which I'm familiar, and the events are highly credible.
It was based upon real experiences and real country. Latham has experienced these situations in his career, and it is obvious in this story
The narrator was lively, and kept your mind from wandering
Yes, and I practically did.
Latham was an Idaho State Game Warden in real life, and his stories are exciting, and very believable. He also leaves you in suspense, so you want to keep reading to see what happens
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