Dead Renegade Loon Lake Police Chief Lew Ferris and Doc Osborne are back for yet another adventure from everybody s favorite northern Wisconsin murder capital This marks the tenth book in the Loon Lake mystery seri

  • Title: Dead Renegade
  • Author: Victoria Houston
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Loon Lake Police Chief Lew Ferris and Doc Osborne are back for yet another adventure from everybody s favorite northern Wisconsin murder capital This marks the tenth book in the Loon Lake mystery series.

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      Published :2018-02-05T04:01:13+00:00

    One thought on “Dead Renegade”

    1. I enjoyed the characters, setting & easy-going pace of this cozy mystery. Fun read. (Mild language, no gratuitous descriptions.)Kindle Unlimited, read & listen

    2. Dr. Osborne, retired dentist, who helps Lew, the Chief of Police, finds a skull buried in an old rug while helping his daughter with something. Meanwhile, he also sees an ex-con back in town that caused lots of problems in earlier years even something that affected one of his daughters. And thena rich man is found dead.Always interesting writing and mystery and Loon Lake characters plus a lot about fishing.

    3. This is the first book in this series that disappointed me. It seemed as if Ms. Houston wasn't sure which direction to go in, so she didn't go in any. I really hope #11 is better.

    4. For some ten books now in the Loon Lake series, Victoria Houston has crafted murder mysteries that can best be described as “cozies.” The town of Loon Lake and its surrounding water-filled environs are a mecca for fishing enthusiasts as well as for wealthy seasonal residents seeking refuge from their big-city lives. Therefore, great opportunity always exists for robberies, fraud and assorted mayhem to be sorted out by Doc Osborne and his girlfriend, Chief of Police Lew Ferris.The book starts [...]

    5. While searching the basement of Bart Nystrom’s antique store with his daughter, Erin and her client Catherine Higgins, Doc Osborne unrolls an old carpet and finds a body. The corpse has evidently been hidden in the old carpet for years. The search is for an item belonging to Catherine Higgins and the last thing the group expected to find was a body. Doc immediately puts in a call to Police Chief Lew Harris and the antique store is temporarily closed. Doc welcomes the chance to call Lew since h [...]

    6. This was our book clubs monthly choice. We have read her Loon Lake Series before and liked. She was the author of choice to come to speak at the yearly session that is promoted through the art center. I didn't get to meet her -- but I heard she was delightfully funny. Being a Rhinelander native and knowing some of the details of the wisconsin lakes, law, and medicine/pathaology makes her a more interesting author to read. Her characters are all the same -- they have a good plot. A Body is usuall [...]

    7. Not as good as previous books in the series. I liked the main characters, and the northern Wisconsin setting, but there were way too many subplots going on. There were a couple murders, of course, but the author also touched on domestic abuse, a series of burglaries, financial scamming of the elderly, sibling rivalry, sexual molestation and bullying, all jammed into a shorter than usual book, skimmed over, then quickly wrapped up neatly in the last few pages.

    8. This book was very short compared to the others in the series. Lots of little things going on in the story. Everything was ended by the conclusion of the book. The main characters remained strong, but in this book the new characters were not developed. I didn't feel anything when the character C.J. got a double skull fracture. Not Houston's best book.

    9. Dead Renegade I love these tales of murder with their fishing thrown in for relief. The characters make it a fun read though this antagonist was so nasty. Such a good story and wrapped up neatly with no loose ends. I never want them to end.

    10. Nicely written, but I'm not quite as charmed by the characters as I would need to be to keep going with this series. Knowing that this is the shortest of them does not compel me to want to read the author again. 3.5/5.0

    11. I love this series-after working many years in a Dental office like Doc Osborne and the rest of the characters.

    12. An old body, wrapped up in a rug in an antique shop basement is discovered and ties in with other murders. Good read.

    13. This was an enjoyable, very quick read. But it didn't get me excited about the author's other books. It's fun that it takes place in Wisconsin though.

    14. These Loon Lake mysteries are like potato chips, but I'm learning so much about musky and bluegill fishing!

    15. A friend in book club loaned this to me. It wasn't a downer, surprisingly!, but it tried to do much and impart too much wisdom for the amount of pages.

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