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  • Murder of Ravens

    what a great story....lots of suspense, good story and once you start it....its hard to put down.....I'm addicted to this author !

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  • An Unkindness of Ravens!

    Oh what a tangled web . . . Gabriel Hawke, who only uses his last name, thank you very much, was introduced in one of the recent Shandra Higheagle stories and now has his own series (to which I am very much looking forward!). An amazing integration of local, county, and state police cooperate nicely in this offbeat (because, Fish and Game!) police procedural with a few ethnic (largely Nez Perce?) overtones to add color and interest. Author Paty Jager gets better with each book.

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  • Interesting and Original Characters

    Fish and Wildlife State Trooper Gabriel Hawke believes he’s chasing poachers. However, he comes upon a wildlife biologist standing over a body that is wearing a wolf tracking collar. Is the biologist responsible for the death or is someone else involved? Can Hawke find out what really happened? I enjoyed this book. This is a well-written story. The characters both human and animal are likable and intelligent which enhances the story. The pace of the mystery moves is a great pace allowing for well-placed red herrings to add more suspense and suspects to the storyline. The Native American aspect of the story is interesting making the book more original than other books in this genre I’ve read. I listened to the audio version of this book. The narrator Larry Gorman was a great addition to an already great book. He did a wonderful job bringing the characters and story to life.

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  • Hawke

    Although I have seen plots similar Ienjoyed seeing how trooper Hawke put everything ttogether. With so many characters lined up how he was able to pick the right group. Well done.

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  • Due diligence and beyond

    murder, murder-investigation, horses, dogs, law-enforcement***** Once a State Trooper, Gabriel Hawke works as a Trooper for Fish and Wildlife in Eastern Oregon (OSFW). While out on his regular rounds he comes across a friend of his kneeling beside the body of a man with a wolf tracking collar on his neck as the obvious cause of death. What follows is some incredible due diligence to not only determine which of the primary suspects actually did the deed, but make certain that the evidence back it all up to the satisfaction of the prosecution. Great read! I have read later books in this series and wanted to go back to the beginning. I'm especially glad that I did because I finally figured out why narrator Larry Gorman's interpretation seemed so familiar. It's that of a particular Booking Room sergeant I worked with who had a very imposing appearance but sounded so mild mannered.

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