Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Royal Wulff Murders, The Keith McCafferty

The only complaints that I have for this story is swearing and too much about fly fishing for me. The Mystery was well written and kept me guessing who and why for the murder.
I like the range of characters, Also it left open for possible future stories.
Rainbow Sam a fishing guide was in a boat with a client fly fishing, when the client finally caught something.  A dead body.
Sean Stranahan is new to Montana.  He is now a painter but he was a private detective when he was younger. To get in the cheaper office he had to put on it on the door under artist. 
He had a walk in client that wanted to pay him to fly fish looking for fish that her father had caught than marked so she can find the area her father wrote about and leave his ashes their. Also look for her brother that was fishing to find it also.
Sean is living in his office so he can save money till he sells some paintings. He just got divorced and moved from Vermont.
Sheriff Martha Ettinger thinks their is something wrong with the young man who died in the river. No one seemed to know who he was. No wallet or car was found.
I liked listening to this mystery on my kindle and would love to read more from Keith in the future.
I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley.
02/16/2012 PUB Penguin Group, USA  Viking Imprint

1 comment:

David Harry said...

This one sounds good!! Even if there is too much fly fishing...
Thanks for the review.