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"Starred Review. Assured prose, a thrilling plot, and a surprising, satisfying conclusion make this a winner." - Publishers Weekly
"Hamilton's latest is an extremely well crafted puzzle, a chilling suspense story, and a compelling examination of evil." - Booklist
"A tightly woven plot and a sense of urgency create a suspenseful mystery that keeps the reader fully engaged from start to finish. A perfect fit for regional mystery fans and those who like their mysteries fast-paced and gritty. Strongly recommended." - Library Journal
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Misery Bay by Steve Hamilton
A book that is set in a place you live or at least visited always seems more interesting and the upper peninsula in Michigan is one of my favorite places. Yet even if I had never been there Hamilton does such a great job that one can feel the extreme cold and at times the desolation and loneliness of living there. AS usual he is consistent and keeps his storylines interesting as well as his characters. Great mystery with many twists and turns, I have never been disappointed reading one of his novels.