No one knows better than I do what a good run I had with The Poacher's Son. One of my real coups was making it onto the Indie Next List, the monthly recommendation update from the Indiebound movement of independent bookstores.
I'm happy to report that my lucky streak continues. Trespasser has made the July Indie Next List thanks to this glowing review from Vicki Erwin of Main Street Books in St. Charles, Missouri.
Maine Game Warden Mike Bowditch is back on the job, following his introduction in Doiron's debut, The Poacher's Son, and once again he's tripping over bodies. He is called to the scene of an accident in which a car hit a deer, but when he arrives neither the deer nor the driver are there. He is convinced by a state patrolman to leave the matter to the state police, but the situation continues to haunt Bowditch. Where would a young woman go on a cold, snowy Maine night? Devastated when the truth is revealed, Bowditch risks all to finally bring a killer to justice. Doiron is an author to watch!
Thank you so much, Vicki. Recommendations from booksellers truly are the most valuable commodities in publishing today. Just ask any author.