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.
What did you love best about Mustard's Last Stand?
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!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Mustard's Last Stand?
I don't want to give away too much of the book, suffice it to say that an elderly lion is involved...
What does JoBe Cerny bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
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.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
In several parts I laughed out loud. I also enjoyed the complexity of some of the relationships. They rang true.
Any additional comments?
I really want to go back to Hancock, Idaho!