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Snow Blind

By: Kwen D. Griffeth
Narrated by: Paul J McSorley
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When the sheriff is murdered, his son is asked to take his place.

Bobby Trent is a semi-retired rodeo cowboy and the son of a highly respected law officer. When his father, the sheriff, is murdered, Trent is asked to fulfill the remaining months of his term in office. Sheriff Bobby Trent; nobody would have guessed it, but it should be an easy enough task; drink a little coffee, maybe lead a parade. Easy work until he is healthy enough to return to the circuit.

A dead body with no clues

Then, the body of a young woman is discovered face down in the Montana snow. No signs of foul play, no reason for her to be there, and no tracks as to where she came from. Besides the unexplained death, someone is stealing stock from the local ranches and if the owners have their way, that someone is going to hang. Add to that, an out of state reporter trying to stir up a story about a missing girl of some 25 years earlier. Bobby is quickly finding out being Sheriff is more than handing out traffic tickets.

Snow Drift is the latest novel from award-winning, best-selling author, Kwen Griffeth! If you love Longmire, if you are a crime, fiction, or mystery fan, you won’t want to miss this thrill ride!

©2018 Kwen D Griffeth (P)2019 Kwen D Griffeth

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I really liked the narrator I thought he suited this book really well and I was able to follow him.
The book I liked except for the main character who confused me. I can see his character change as the book progressed which I thought the author did really well. I have not come across many books where you can see the change without being told as the book progresses.
My confusion is his love for women. He is attracted to any beautiful women. He wants his old childhood sweetheart and he tries to show her he has changed. Ironically one of the reason she left him was because he was not faithful and in here he seems to forget about her and move onto the next woman which he tells that it is not the right time for them to be together. Than he meets a third woman he is more than happy to sleep with (which he does not do since they get interupted). If it was me I would not go with him if I wanted a long term relationship. To me it shows that he cannot stay faithful to one woman. Yet women are falling over themselves to be noticed by him. I know he wants to change and I see the change except in this area and it looks to me like he does not see what he is doing, if he wants to win a woman for a long term relationship (which I feel like he wants), is wrong. And when one of the woman talks to him about it I felt like he did not feel any remorse, he did not think about it again (internally) after the conversation they had and I got the impression if a woman did come on to him he would have taken her.
For me the romance could have been done a lot better.
I know I talked about it a lot but we see it a few time through out the book so it sticks out like a sore thumb. However, I did give it four stars because I listened to it from beginning to end. For an author to get me to do this deserves that many stars.

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