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The disappearance of a young camper atop Cat Mesa convinces Undersheriff Bill Gastner and Estelle Reyes-Guzman that the boy has been spirited away.
©1998 Steven F Havill (P)2003 Books in Motion

Critic reviews

"Fine storytelling married to a spicy Southwestern setting marks the latest Bill Gastner mystery." ( Publishers Weekly)
"Crisp writing and clarity of focus make this a pleasure to read." ( Library Journal)

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  • John
  • 09-03-16

slow build fast finish

great story line and thrilling chase scene at the end. With the kidnapping of Estelle's son the race is on to solve the case before time runs out.

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  • Forest
  • 12-03-15

So attached to the character in this series

The narrator of the Posadas County Mysteries Rusty Nelson is excellent, he conveys the humor very well, too. Good read !

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  • R.L. Hill
  • 10-01-15

Western Lawman--Seasoned Justice

Never doubt Gastner & Guzman will get the bad guys. Sleepy Texas counties can have just as much crime as a bigger city. You may just have to look a little harder at your neighbor to see it.