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When a young Apache man is found hanging from a tree on Cat Mountain, Sheriff Jim Weber and FBI agent Larry Parks go on the hunt for the killers and by the time their investigation is over, the idealistic cover is ripped from the little mountain town of Big Lake, revealing old prejudices, resentments, and hatred. In their search for justice, Sheriff Weber and Parks encounter Native American activists, a kinky couple whose passion burns as hot as their tempers, a teenager with excess baggage, and a father and son team of small town bullies, to name just a few. Many of the characters that made the original Big Lake audiobook are back, along with some new ones listeners will remember for a long time.

©2012 Nick Russell (P)2013 Nick Russell

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prejudices and injustices

That Cindy is one crazy selfish witch. I love that Archer continues to add greatly to the storyline. I don't know how Weber keeps his sanity with all the cray cray going on. The twisted backstory of tge Moore family ??!! wow! Chapter 21 made me ill and cry at all the senseless violence. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a great job with voices and expressions.

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Great Story

My wife & I love the interaction between Parks & Weber. It is great and had both of us laughing. Russell tells a wonderful 'serious' story while breaking up the tension.

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A welcome change of pace for me, this Arizona tale of a small Sheriff's office is relaxing, interesting, full of back story color, pathos, some trout fishing, locals and tourists. This narrator is excellent. It's not rocket science but a updated slice of Mayberry with a dash of Criminal Minds.

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Simple and Entertaining

Good audible book to get away! I listened to it while driving/sitting in traffic for 40 minutes each way. It really took my mind off of work and the traffic. However it is simple enough story line to keep my attention on the road too.

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  • 09-15-17

Loved it

I'm normally a horror/ghost story fan and haven't tried this sort of book before. All I can say is, what a breath of fresh air.
The characters are well developed and entertaining, there is a nice balance of storyline, action and humour. An altogether entertaining experience.
Reading has become more of a challenge for me due to failing eyesight, so I went for the audio book version. It was perfectly read/acted and added to the story.
As you may have guessed, I loved it.
Looking forward to the next one.