Spider Mountain: A Novel

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Macmillan, Jun 3, 2008 - Fiction - 416 pages
14 Reviews

“Fast-paced… imaginative plotting.”—Publishers Weekly

Ex-cop Cam Richter agrees to do a favor for a park ranger: investigate the assault of a young woman in a remote area of Appalachia. Since he knows the terrain better than anyone, the victim’s family is hoping that Cam can break a case that local cops can’t—or maybe don’t want to—solve.

“Non-stop action.”—mysterylovers.com

Cam has no idea how dangerous his search will become. Because in these parts, Grinny Creigh and her extended clan destroy those who intrude into their web. The Creighs run a smuggling ring, and control just about every thing and one in their neck of the woods. But they also operate a much worse enterprise—one that threatens to harm anyone who comes too close to unleashing the dark secrets of…

Spider Mountain

“The stuff of series heroes...a battle royal.”—Kirkus Reviews

  

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Review: Spider Mountain (Cam Richter #2)

User Review  - Pamela - Goodreads

OH MY!! Talk about the heebie- jeebies . . . Spider Mountain is a fiercely intense “Dueling Banjos meets Deliverance” crime/thriller. It wasn't my favorite Deutermann/Cam Richter installment. I found ... Read full review

Review: Spider Mountain (Cam Richter #2)

User Review  - Beth - Goodreads

Cam Richter is a very good protagonist and his dogs are a really great addition, and a unique addition to a mystery series. This book had sufficient twists and turns to keep it interesting. And, it kept me in suspense. I enjoyed it. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

P.T. DEUTERMANN spent twenty-six years in government service before retiring to begin his writing career. He is the author of ten previous novels. He lives with his wife in North Carolina. Visit his website at www.ptdeutermann.com.

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