Ice Hunter: A Woods Cop Mystery (Woods Cop Mysteries) (Paperback)
In a brilliant debut to a thrilling series, Grady Service gets news that his nemesis, the head of an incestuous clan of poachers, is to be released from prison. But something even more sinister is afoot in the Mosquito Wilderness. Service must call upon his every reserve to track, stalk, and capture the "ice hunter." For more on Joseph Heywood and the Woods Cop Mysteries, visit the author's website.
About the Author
Joseph Heywood is the author of The Berkut, Taxi Dancer, The Domino Conspiracy, The Snowfly, and the Woods Cop mystery series. He frequents the wilds of the Upper Peninsula. For more on Joseph Heywood and the Woods Cop Mysteries, visit the author's website.
"Crisp writing, great scenery, quirky characters, and an absorbing plot add to the appeal of this memorable first entry in a promised series of Woods Cop mysteries."
--Wall Street Journal
"Heywood spices Grady's debut with signs of corruption deeper than a midwinter snow stretching all the way from industrial polluters to the statehouse."
"Heywood builds his surrounds slowly. . .peopling his novels with memorably idiosyncratic characters and conveying an overall sense of reverence for nature. An engaging read and a promising series debut."
"A standout." "A strong sense of place, a protagonist with a moral commitment to his job, and a fleshed-out community of hard-working conservation officers and their colleagues in law enforcement make this a promising beginning to the series."--Publishers Weekly
"Heywood, author of such thrillers as The Snowfly and The Berkut, builds his surrounds slowly, peopling them with memorably idiosyncratic characters and conveying an overall sense of reverence for nature. An engaging read and promising series debut."--Library Journal
"Ice Hunter is one of the all-time most tantalizing, entrancing, real-world novels the reviewer has read. Get it!...It is for everyone with ties to the outdoors. Or, for that matter, everyone who gets into fast-action mystery novels."--Glen "Shep" Sheppard, The North Woods Call magazine
"The story is well plotted and beautifully executed...Joseph Heywood is a wonderful storyteller."--Sally Powers