|This is actually the 2nd time I read this-- the first time, earlier this year, I finished just as my son was seriously injured, and didn't get to put up the review. Now that he is back at work and I have my charger back and back online, I am trying furtively to get caught up-- and in order to review it, I had to read reread it. That being said, I enjoyed it just as much the 2nd time around. I really like the stories this author writes, this being the second in the series I have read, and the third that he has written that I have enjoyed.
This tale, set in Alaska among men who fish for a living, again features Frank Mattituck, charter boat fisherman by career, but deputized by the local State Trooper on the side, to help solve another who-dun-it and try to clear his new business partner, Earle, of murder. Also, there is the military trained sniper, seen in book #1, making his appearance again trying to kill Todd Benson, the State Trooper. The murder was solved quite nicely, but the sniper is still on the loose, so I suppose I will see him again in book #3. I do hope Frank and Monica end up getting married as well-- they seem well suited for each other.