Did He Or Did He Not Commit The Murder?
#BuryTheLead #NetGalley Available September 25, 2018
When a body is discovered near a popular ski trail, Joe Gunther and his team at the Vermont Bureau of Investigation quickly locate a prime suspect, Mick Durocher. Durocher confesses almost too quickly, with only partial details which cause many on the team to doubt him, yet they aren't sure since the facts do lead to him.
At the same time, a business is targeted with vandalism and Mick Durocher, the confessed murderer, was once employed by the company.
So as these two cases possibly tie together, there is yet one other concern. Willy Kunkle, a member of the Vermont Bureau of Investigation, undergoes surgery at a hospital that has a suspicious and perhaps timely outbreak of Ebola.
This is Archer Mayor's 29th Joe Gunther novel.
What Concerned Me: While this is a very good novel, my favorites are the ones that start a little faster. This one took a bit to draw me in.
What I Loved Most: Though this is the first book I've read by Archer Mayor, the characters are introduced in such a way that I didn't feel lost. As with any series, if you want the most out of it it's probably better to start at the beginning, but I was comfortable with quickly learning who was who.
Thank you NetGalley, St. Martin's Press, and Archer Mayor for allowing me to give my honest review of this ARC.
Author: Archer Mayor
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Series: Joe Gunther Book 29
Pages: 304 (hardcover)