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by Aaron Stander

eBook Deer Season (Ray Elkins Thrillers) download ISBN: 0978573226
Author: Aaron Stander
Publisher: Writers & Editors (July 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 300
ePub: 1991 kb
Fb2: 1835 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Mystery

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Marie, this is Sheriff Ray Elkins. Ray came around his desk and accepted Marie’s extended hand. Sheriff Ray Elkins and Detective Sue Lawrence were at Marie’s side as she freed the hysterical little girls from their seats, something that they usually did for themselves. Marie held Amanda, who had leaped into her arms as soon as she was released from her seat. Ray caught Breanne as she slid out of the vehicle.

Rifle season starts next week, Marc said to Ray. Are we going to restore some old traditions this year?  . And one of the things Ray’s father did, continued Marc, was accompany my grandfather deer hunting, even when he was very elderly. Are we going to restore some old traditions this year? Ray chuckled and addressed the two women. He does this every year. Reminds me that my dad and his grandfather were deer hunting buddies. Well, are you? ask Sarah. Ray’s father was a skilled hunter and made sure my grandfather had a good chance at getting a buck. He also made sure Grandfather got home safely.

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Ray pulled himself out of bed, glancing at the clock on the dresser on his way to the bathroom; it was a few minutes after 3:00 . Returning to the bedroom, he stood at the window and gazed at the. snow-covered slope below. The moon, more than three quarters full, hung in a dark blue sky. The oaks and maples, skeletal-like without their foliage, cast gray shadows across the otherwise glistening blanket of snow. Ray had checked the weather on his computer before retiring. Another large storm system was heading into the Great Lakes region from Canada, the leading edge of the.

The Ray Elkins Mystery series by Aaron Stander has kept me burning the midnight oil for many, many nights! "Medieval Murders" was another exceptional read & did a great job detailing the backstory of the Ray Elkins character. Stander's writing style creates multi-faceted characters and wonderful relationships between the the recurring characters in this series.

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It s late November along the shores of northern Lake Michigan. Deer season has been open for a few days and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. It's late November along the shores of northern Lake Michigan. A local TV anchorwomen is returning home from an early morning yoga class with her young twin daughters. She stops at the end of her drive and climbs out of her car to collect the mail from the box.

It s late November along the shores of northern Lake Michigan. Deer season has been open for a few days and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. A local TV anchorwomen is returning home from an early morning yoga class with her young twin daughters. She stops at the end of her drive and climbs out of her car to collect the mail from the box. As she turns back toward her vehicle, the bullet from a high caliber weapon tears through her chest. In this third book in this series, Sheriff Ray Elkins confronts both the dark history of his own department and powerful and wealthy adversaries who try to control the direction and reach of his investigation.
Comments: (7)
Stonewing
The beginning of the book was interesting. The story is full of interesting characters with just enough to keep one reading. Nearing the end though it became almost forced, like the author was rushing to the finish line. The scene on the island was a bit unrealistic in my humble opinion. And then the story ties up a few loose ends and it's over! Much too rushed at the ending.

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Kerahuginn
I really did not care for this book. I didn't care about any of the characters nor was I interested in what happened to them. The book seemed to crawl along at a snail's pace from the initial description of a pill popping drunk to the addition of more uninteresting characters than I cared to read about. Then, in the last few chapters, everything came to a head in whirlwind fashion. Through the entire book Sheriff Elkins and his super efficient detective, Sue Lawrence, are stumped with a multitude of clues. Then at the end, BAM, everything all of a sudden falls into place with clues that came from thin air. Except that it didn't, at least not for me. I just sat there and said "WHAT?????" The initial case, of the accidental shooting of a teenage boy in retaliation for a cherry bombed mailbox was left hanging until the end when the prosecutor asks the sheriff what should be done to the boy. He then leaves with more a less of a statement of Oh well, whatever you decide, let me know. REALLY??? I think that the only reason for this whole storyline was to add an additional suspect to the already burgeoning cast.

The editing was well under control until about halfway through the book when it appears the editor figured everything was great up until then so why bother editing the remainder of the book. Then the spelling errors took over!!

I only continued reading to get the book done, but I doubt I will read any more of this author's tales of a extremely boring sheriff and his equally boring town!!
betelgeuze
Bad ending!actually couldn't believe that was the end of the book. Kept looking for the next page! It just ended.
Billy Granson
Was a good enough book but it lacked attention and his season is now process everyone's life in the book relate around 20 years ago when they were a lot younger and there wasn't enough police around that they took matters into their own hands then one of them was blackmailing them and married one of their daughters didn't take to the idea very well and wanted him dead she was driving his truck one day and got shot the person was really going to shoot him
Ochach
This story line had so much potential but it was imposable for me to get into the dialogue of the story due to the vulgarity . Good thing this was free I sure would have hated to pay for and than delete another book . Could not finish this book . If you don't like a lot of swearing don't waste your time on this one .
Tam
First a response to a couple of the one star reviews.
This book is not laden with F bombs, nor does it go out of its way to bash the right wing. What little there is of each element comes and goes in passing and fits the characters that say the words and express the opinions.

The opening is attention grabbing and pulls you into the lives of many characters. Then the disappear. Others are brought in the world and substitute well. The shooting which provides the major highlight for the novel's plotting occurs and we're off on the frustrating search for the truth of it. At this point, the middle half of the novel, it's at its best. An engaging trail of clues and red herrings that lopes along until you smack into the wall of the ending with everything neatly tied up in a very rushed manner.

I'm not sure if I'm more peeved at the abruptness of the ending or the portions of the novel meant to give depth to characters. The sections where a conversation about dinner reads like "Hi I'm Michael your waiter this evening. Let me tell you about our specials." rather than old friends discussing the food before them.

Both of these elements distract from the otherwise strong novel with a wonderful crime investigation. The destruction of a crime scene and its clues by a snow plow going by before the police arrive? That fits so well and provides the police with a knotty puzzle. The nasty cop Dirk's development through the novel is itself worth the reading time. Well, until the resolution of his involvement in the closing pages.

Worth the time to read and when the pacing and development go off the rails near the end it will be over before you know it.