Book: Run Down the Sun by Dave P. Fishercategories: Book, Suspense, Outdoor Adventure, Montana Crimes, Outdoor Fiction, Contemporary Western, Drama, Mystery, Thriller, Glacier Park, Crime Story
Dave P. Fisherabout this book: If they make Canada by sunset they're gone.
The murder of two Glacier Park rangers leads to the arrest of Earl Talbot from a family with a 150 year history of Montana crime. Sheriff's Investigators, Fontaine and Reagan, believe they have an open and shut case against Talbot until a spot of human DNA on Talbot's blood spattered jeans and bootprints at the murder scene that are not Earl's set them on the trail of an unidentified man. Three more related murders and accumulating evidence point to the same mystery man. The pieces of the puzzle come together when the Talbots spring Earl launching a manhunt through the rugged Montana mountains to catch them before they reach the Canadian wilderness.
This story breaks the Hollywood stereotypical crime story. Namely: That there is crime in places other than major cities. That police work in western counties and states is as involved and intriguing as a case in NYC. That Native Americans are also educated law enforcement officers.
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