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by Dorothy Bodoin

Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense

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A visit to the family cabin left to
her by her deceased aunt brings Krista Marlow to northern Michigan, where
she encounters icy roads and a murder. She believes that she saw the killer speeding away from the scene, but she couldn't see well enough to identify
the driver.

The murder appears to be
linked to a controversial deer kill
and the main suspect is an activist
who has been protesting the hunt. Sheriff Mark Dalby thinks that Krista
is paranoid when she mentions
that a hunter has been watching
her from the woods near her cabin.
But when Krista reports additional
suspicious happenings, Mark begins
to take her more seriously. Soon
it becomes clear that the sheriff
is interested in more than just
keeping Krista safe and finding
the killer.

Bodoin's descriptions of small-
town life in a northern climate
are well-written and charming.
Although the romantic tension
between Mark and Krista isn't
very compelling, the suspense
element keeps the reader guessing. (Sep., 207 pp., $28.95)

Reviewed By: Roseann Marlett

Publisher: Hilliard and Harris

Published: September 2005

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