An African safari camp in North Idaho? Won't happen, not if eco-activist Roadkill can convince his brother Ed Mustard to drop the plastic jar bearing his ex-wife's ashes and fight the developer. Together they face the wannabe big game hunter, his wacky minions and his fake preacher-in-a-pocket. Cue the docile water buffalo and the frozen wolf corpse and let the chaos begin!
Award-winning author Kathy McIntosh uses a strong, humorous voice, quirky yet compelling characters, and light romance to create thought-provoking fun in this, the first in her Havoc in Hancock series of humorous suspense.
©2012, 2014 Kathleen E. McIntosh (P)2014 Kathleen E. McIntosh
Conda V. Douglas
As an Idaho native, I stepped into this wacky world of a small town of northern Idaho and truly enjoyed the stay! It made me homesick!
I don't want to give away too much of the book, suffice it to say that an elderly lion is involved...
His voice really drew me into the world. I had read this novel before in eBook format, but it had been quite a while and I was pleased with what his voice made me notice and experience different in the audio version.
In several parts I laughed out loud. I also enjoyed the complexity of some of the relationships. They rang true.
I really want to go back to Hancock, Idaho!
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