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The Bramble and the Rose

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The Bramble and the Rose wilderness noir by Tom Bouman

Tom Bouman has penned his third Henry Farrell novel and the cop, based in small-town Pennsylvania, is called out to investigate a headless corpse. It looks like a bear had been eating the man but killing the creature isn’t Farrell’s main worry – it’s the fact that the bear wasn’t the culprit. Someone in town is a killer and newly-married Farrell needs to find out who it is, without getting shot himself. This is a gripping novel with a lonesome edge to it – Farrell is a cop who definitely likes working alone. Read our full review here.


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