Death Roe: A Woods Cop Mystery

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Globe Pequot, Sep 24, 2008 - Fiction - 352 pages
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In the sixth and newest title in the successful Woods Cop Mystery series, another suspenseful who-done-it finds Grady Service with an unexpectedly complex, truly rotten, and important case on his hands. This time tainted eggs are showing up in caviar and Service must expose a ring of corruption in state government and perhaps within his own beloved DNR, one that could lead him all the way to the top.


Making enemies at every level of the state, Service rousts out the people on the take. Can he get to the source of the contaminated eggs and prove it? Pitting corporate greed against the health of the general public isn’t something Service takes lightly. He doesn’t rest until there has been full exposure in a case that takes him from the wilds of the Upper Peninsula to the jungles of the state capital, into the maw of the Ukrainian mafia in New York City and onto distant beaches of Central America. For more on Joseph Heywood and the Woods Cop Mysteries, visit

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Review: Death Roe: A Woods Cop Mystery (Woods Cop Mysteries #6)

User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

This is somewhat of a departure from previous books in the woods cop series in that there is not a lot of action, very few people die and he spends very little time in the UP. Service is truly a ... Read full review

Review: Death Roe: A Woods Cop Mystery (Woods Cop Mysteries #6)

User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

Another good installment to the series. The main character still has some quirks that irritate me, but still a fine read. Read full review

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