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Murder never takes a holiday...or so Loon Lake learns one wintry Thanksgiving Day. Chief of Police Lew Ferris, short-handed thanks to an AWOL coroner, never even gets the turkey stuffed before the bodies start to surface. By the end of the day, credit card theft and dysfunctional families have so muddied the waters that not even expert tracker and dedicated fishing guide Ray Pradt, can hope to fish the final day of muskie season. And while retired dentist Doc Osbornse, had counted on sitting by the fire with Lew (out of uniform) and planning a fly fishing trip to Wyoming - the unexpected arrival of Gina Palmer, former investigative reporter turned forensics database expert, ramps up the action with her pursuit of a Canadian link to the theft of merchandise from stores across the upper Midwest. Dead Hot Shot,

ninth in the Loon Lake Mystery series, is a heady mix of murder, mayhem and fishing in the northwoods of Wisconsin.

©2008 Victoria Houston (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • 06-07-18

Another good story

Victoria Houston has crafted another good story in her Loon Lake mystery series. Full of lots of laughs and an interesting mystery to boot. If you enjoy cozy mysteries, then you won’t want to miss this one. I highly recommend starting with the first book in the series.