The Poacher's Son
Publish date: May 11th 2010
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 324
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Mike Bowditch (#1)
While the Maine setting and game warden occupation of the lead character sounded promising, I did not care for this book at all. The MC was a young, whiny, officious jerk and the plot was pretty uninspired. I listened to the audio and the reader, John Bedford Lloyd, was as bad as the book. Not su...
If you like the work of C.J. Box, you will love Paul Doiron! His works and character's career are similiar to Box's, Joe Pickett...but much more dysfunction and alot more sarcastic humor. Def. an author I will continue to read!
If you like mysteries, this is a great one to read. The tale centers around the Game Warden, Mike Bowditch, and it unfolds in a fast paced way, twisting and turning in many directions that keep you constantly guessing without confusing you. Then, even in the end, it still surprises you. The characte...
I just finished this book in March, I received this book free through the First Look book group on the Barns and Noble website. It was a fantastic read and enjoyed the all of the characters in the book. I do hope that they make a movie or made for TV movie out of this book. Great read all the way to...
The Poachers Son is a remarkable story full of suspense, family drama, and twists and turns that had me guessing right up until the end. The setting and plot are perfect. My father was a game warden and Doiran is right on spot with his realistic descriptions and what a warden's life is like. The cha...
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