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Big Lake Burning

Big Lake, Volume 6
Narrated by: Frank Clem
Series: Big Lake, Book 6
Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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When mysterious fires begin plaguing the little mountain town of Big Lake, Arizona, it doesn't take Sheriff Jim Weber long to realize that a serial arsonist is on the loose and has to be stopped before somebody dies or the entire forest goes up in flames.

With the help of C.C. Callahan, a beautiful Deputy Fire Marshal, the sheriff begins the hunt while dealing with an upstart newspaper publisher hell-bent on smearing his good name and ruining his reputation.

As the fires continue, fingers of blame are pointed and everybody in Big Lake wonders whose home or business will be the next to burn.

One reviewer has referred to the Big Lake mystery series as "Mayberry Meets Twin Peaks."

©2015 Nick Russell (P)2018 Nick Russell

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By the time this was over I'd been fooled again by the author. The twist was elegant. If you read this you will be watching for and weighing each twists wondering just which is elegant. Have fun

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felt like I was listening to Dragnet<br />

very entertaining
listened while driving in the car
and working around the house
great story
did not guess the culprit
I usually do
kept my interest until the end
loved the different voices for different characters