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The Bone Orchard: A Novel (Mike Bowditch Mysteries) by Paul Doiron

The Bone OrchardReviewed by Caryn St. Clair

While Mike Bowditch is more contented working as a fishing guide than he has been in years, every so often something comes along that makes him second guess his choice to leave the his former position as a game warden. It’s the little encounters that cause him to look back-like the two guys he runs across camping illegally on the island while out with a boat full of clients. What he wants to do is nail their sorry selves, but with his clients on board, the most he can do is call the current game warden and report them. While it is irksome to not be able to take the campers on first hand, it is beyond frustrating to be reminded that he is no longer in the service and the current game warden will get to the campers when and if he has time. Still in all, he’s content with his choice to leave his job. However, when his former partner, Kathy Frost, shoots a veteran in a “suicide by cop” situation and is later attacked in her own home as a result, Bowditch cannot stay away. Read the rest of this entry »