The sixth book in my Mike Bowditch series will be out in less than two months now (on June 16 to be exact) but reviewers have had advanced copies for a while. George Smith, who writes for the Maine Sportsman and the Bangor Daily News, is the first to chime in:
If you’ve never read one of Paul Doiron’s novels, you are in for a summer of fun, because he just added novel number six to his group of engagingly fast reads of stories featuring a Maine game warden. And while I enjoyed every one of Paul’s novels, I do think he is getting better and better.
The dialogue is really good, something I always appreciate in a novel. The characters are well drawn – and I can only hope you don’t recognize any of them as living in your town.
The Precipice grabbed me right from the get go, and as I read I really felt like Paul kept me on the precipice, staring down into the fast moving water, wondering, guessing, trying to figure out who or what happened to those girls. And no, I didn’t guess right.
I appreciate the kind review, and I am crossing my fingers that you will find my new book just as gripping.