Booklist is out with is long-awaited (by me, at least) review of Trespasser, and it's everything I could have wanted:
While Trespasser initially may seem to lack some of the emotional punch of Poacher’s Son, it certainly makes up for it with both its realistic portrayal of life after traumatic events and its truly nail-biting finale. Doiron, editor of Down East magazine, delivers another perfectly plotted mystery peopled with multidimensional characters, but, in addition, his writing has matured. His descriptions of Maine’s midcoast are incredibly evocative of the sights, sounds, and smells of early spring, and the heart-pounding account of Mike’s four-wheeling chase through the woods is a masterpiece of high-octane narrative.
Anytime anyone uses the word "masterpiece" about something you wrote, you have to pinch yourself.