The Globe and Mail Raves

The Poacher's Son has crossed the border. In today's Globe and Mail (Canada's newspaper of record and its largest circulation national paper), Margaret Cannon writes:

This is one of the best debut novels I’ve ever read. Doiron, a licensed wilderness guide and editor-in-chief of Down East: The Magazine of Maine, has put unforgettable characters into a gorgeous setting and does it all with a lovely, liquid prose style that I found irresistible....

The plotline where the investigator has to save a relative is an oldie, but Doiron’s style and setting give it new life....Doiron is definitely a writer to watch.

Even though working with words is what I do, I'm having trouble expressing the gratitude I feel for reviews like this one.