BOOK REVIEW

  BLOOD IS THE SKY - STEVE HAMILTON

P.I. Alex McKnight agrees to help his friend, Vinnie LeBlanc, find his ex-con brother, Tom.  Tom took the job of being the guide for a group of moose hunters into the forests of Ontario.  This was also in violation of Tom's parole.   None of the hunters had returned home on schedule.  It didn't seem possible that Tom could be lost.  After all, he was an experienced guide.

McNight agreed to drive with Vinnie to Ontario.  When they arrived at the lodge where the hunting party was supposed to be staying, the owners indicated that they left several days ago.  McNight and Vinnie were only more suspicious after talking to the owners of the lodge.  They seemed to give unsatisfactory answers about the hunting party. 

There were more happenings that aroused their suspicions.  Apparently two men came looking for the hunters before McNight and Vinnie arrived.  Who were they?  Also, the hunter's vehicles were found abandoned with their wallets inside.  This did not make any sense at all. 

McNight and Vinnie head for the woods to look for answers as to what happened.  Along the way, danger awaits them!  What will they find?

This has to be Steve Hamilton's best mystery yet.  The story has many twists and keeps the reader guessing.  The characters have interesting personalities that come through as you read.  The plot will keep you intrigued the entire time you are reading this book.  My advice - Get this book.  You will not be disappointed.   


NANCY EATON

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR, NANCY EATON

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