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BOOK REVIEW: THE CLINCH KNOT
BY JOHN GALLIGAN

We hope you enjoy this book review by Patricia Reid.





Ned ď DogĒ Oglivie finds himself in Livingston, Montana. The Dog moves around a lot in his motor home, just fishing here and there. He has nothing to go home to right now and has chosen a vagabond life. Livingston seems to be holding him there since he met DíOntario Sneed and Sneedís girl friend, Jesse. But the laid back life style of fishing and just hanging out with a couple of friends comes to an end but not the end that Dog imagines.

Dog is beginning to feel like a third wheel and Dog is attempting to write a good-bye note when a couple of skinheads appear at his camp and before he knows it Sneedís tent is on fire and the skinheads disappear. One of the skinheads has been in Dogís Cruise Master RV and Dogís possessions are thrown here and there and his gun is gone.

Dog finally finds his two missing friends but Jesse is dead and Sneed is barely alive. So Dog begins his search for answers as to why and what is really going on in the town of Livingston.

Sneedís mother arrives in town and sets out to help solve the mystery. Sneed is run out of town more times than you can count but he keeps returning to Livingston to dig as deep as he can until the truth is revealed.

This is a story of greed and corruption set amidst the beautiful scenery of Montana. The characters in the story are interesting and unforgettable. You donít have to be a fan of fishing to enjoy this story.

REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, PATRICIA REID


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