Lost Dog

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2007 - Fiction - 373 pages
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Peter McKrall is at a crossroadsout of
work, fighting a klepto habit, and trying
to figure out his next move. Life takes an
unexpected turn when a search for his
nieces stuffed dog leads him to something
else entirely: a bullet-riddled corpse.
Talking to reporters lands Peter on the local
news, which turns out to be a dangerous
spotlight. And now Darla, the troubled
daughter of the victim, is reaching out
to himbut can she be trusted? When a
second murder takes place and evidence
is planted in his trash, the cops dredge
up Peters painful history. The only ray of
sunshine in this harrowing nightmare is
Ruby Jane, whose warm smile melts the
winter chill.
An unwitting player in a bizarre chain of
events, Peter has no idea that the deranged
killer is after himuntil he takes a shot at
Ruby Jane.

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User Review  - sylviawrigley - LibraryThing

Not a bad story for a quick read but in the end I found Skin totally unbelievable. He has rearranged a crime scene to his convenience, simply because our protag would like to go visit his new ... Read full review

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User Review  - swl - LibraryThing

I think you get extra points for creativity on a first book. Just two of the wow-that's-original elements in this noirish crime story are - our hero is a klepto, and his poison - and everyone else's ... Read full review

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Bill Cameron lives with his wife in Portland, OR. His short stories have appeared in "The Dunes Review "and "The Alsop Review." This is his first novel.

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