Bone Fire by Mark Spragg
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Bone Fire Summary
Ishawooa, Wyoming, is far from bucolic nowadays. The sheriff, Crane Carlson, needs no reminder of this but gets one anyway when he finds a kid not yet twenty murdered in a meth lab. His other troubles include a wife whos going off the rails with bourbon and pot, and his own symptoms of the disease that killed his grandfather.
Bone Fire Reviews
"Although there are some touching moments, most of the novel is humorless to the point of parody, and the attempt at tying together everything at the end feels forced." - Publishers Weekly
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Mark Spragg Author Biography
Mark Spragg is the author of four books, including Where Rivers Change Direction, a memoir that won the Mountains & Plains Booksellers Award, and The Fruit of Stone, a novel. He lives with his wife, Virginia, in Wyoming.
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