Bag Limit by Steven F. Havill

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Bill Gastner, reluctant sheriff of Posadas County, New Mexico, anticipates that his last few days in office will be uneventful. That is, until local teen Matt Baca drives drunkenly into the back of Gastner’s cruiser and flees into the night. His eventual capture turns tragic when the boy becomes irrationally violent and takes a fatal tumble into oncoming traffic. Adding to the tragedy, Matt’s father is found dead in his tiny kitchen.

The dead teen’s fake ID troubles Sheriff Gastner. He suspects it’s the reason that Matt Baca was so intent on avoiding arrest, and his theory leads him to the toughest, deadliest couple of days of his career…

About Steven F. Havill

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Steven F. Havill lives with his wife of 40 years, Kathleen, in Ratón, New Mexico. He is the author of 21 novels set in the American west, taught secondary schools for 25 years, and recently earned an AAS degree in gunsmithing.
Published May 25, 2011 by Poisoned Pen Press. 367 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Non-fiction

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Gastner's son shows up in a Corvette, the old cop ponders a second career as a livestock inspector in a location apparently rife with rustling, while the mystery of Matt's two state identification cards preys on his mind.

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