Massacre Pond: A Novel

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Macmillan, Jul 16, 2013 - Fiction - 309 pages
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Massacre Pond is Edgar finalist Paul Doiron's superb new novel featuring Game Warden Mike Bowditch and a beautiful, enigmatic woman whose mission to save the Maine wilderness may have incited a murder



On an unseasonably hot October morning, Bowditch is called to the scene of a bizarre crime: the corpses of seven moose have been found senselessly butchered on the estate of Elizabeth Morse, a wealthy animal rights activist who is buying up huge parcels of timberland to create a new national park.


What at first seems like mindless slaughter--retribution by locals for the job losses Morse's plan is already causing in the region--becomes far more sinister when a shocking murder is discovered and Mike's investigation becomes a hunt to find a ruthless killer. In order to solve the controversial case, Bowditch risks losing everything he holds dear: his best friends, his career as a law enforcement officer, and the love of his life.


The beauty and magnificence of the Maine woods is the setting for a story of suspense and violence when one powerful woman's missionary zeal comes face to face with ruthless cruelty.

 

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User Review  - tututhefirst - LibraryThing

The Mike Bowditch series has matured with each new volume. In this one, set in the autumn in the far north of Maine, Paul Doiron uses the real life battle going on over the eventual disposition of ... Read full review

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User Review  - blockbuster1994 - LibraryThing

Paul Doiron novels are one of my staples. I love the wilderness setting in rural Maine. Mike Bowditch is a perfectly frakked up hero I can not only relate too, but that I care about. This kid needs a ... Read full review

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Bestselling author PAUL DOIRON is the editor in chief of Down East: The Magazine of Maine. A native of Maine, he attended Yale University and holds an MFA from Emerson College. His first book, The Poacher's Son, is the winner of the Barry award, the Strand award for best first novel, and a finalist for the Edgar and Anthony awards. Paul is a Registered Maine Guide and lives on a trout stream in coastal Maine with his wife, Kristen Lindquist.


Henry Leyva's audiobook credits include reading Colin Harrison's The Havana Room, Michael Palmer's Fatal, Lawrence Block's Killing Castro, and John Grisham's The Testament as well as works from popular authors such as Nicholas Sparks and Phyllis Naylor. Leyva has appeared in numerous stage and screen productions. His film and television work includes roles on One Life to Live, Romancing America, The Digital Café, The Interrogation, and The Windigo. He has also performed in a host of off-Broadway productions, including In the Heights, Love Suicide, and Guanabaco. He has also performed in voiceovers for commercials, including those for HSBC, Claritin, and the Daily News. He lives in New York City.

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