This is the story of an ex-detective haunted by the decisions of his past. He is now a professor of criminology living in virtual seclusion in a cabin in the woods on a Native American reservation. Now the past is creeping up on him and threatening those he loves and holds dear.
This moved along at a slow pace but never flagged. The story unfolded at a steady rate. There was always plenty going on as we learned more about the development of the back story of Travis' past as the story went on. I loved the background into the Perce Nez tribe. The author was very descriptive about the area and the rivers that surrounded it, I felt I was there with them. The last quarter of the book picked up pace and delivered a rocket of a climax. I was on the edge of my seat turning the pages to find out what happened!
This was a great read full of suspense and mystery and enough going on to keep readers interested.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to review.