Cold Hunter's Moon by K. C. Greenlief

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On a cold, snowy November day in Big Oak, Wisconsin, Ann Ranson's dogs drag home something bloody. In the height of hunting season, Ann assumes it's a deer part and goes out to get rid of it. Instead, she is shocked to discover it's the remains of a human foot!

Sheriff Lark Swenson, a former homicide detective from Chicago who recently moved to the country after his wife's death, begins to investigate. When a second body is found, the state police join in the case. State Detective Lacey Smith works very closely with Sheriff Swenson, and the two of them find themselves battling their mutual attraction, as well as hunting down a cold-blooded killer.

While the police try to find out who's been killing young female students from the university, someone starts shooting at Ann Ranson and the sheriff. Lark and Lacey need to find the killer before someone else winds up dead!


About K. C. Greenlief

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K. C. Greenlief was born in West Virginia and has lived all across the Midwest, including in Wisconsin. She and her husband currently live in Nebraska with two golden retrievers and thousands of books. She works in health care but is also hard at work on her next mystery, featuring Lark Swenson and Lacey Smith. This is her first book.
Published August 3, 2002 by Minotaur Books. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy. Fiction

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Ann Ranson will be shot at again, concussed, whacked, and dumped into the snow, but Swenson and Lacey (together with the Ranson dogs) will save her.

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The burgeoning love relationship between Lark and Lacey is sweetly developed and eerily set against the cruelly abusive partnership of Lonnie Chevsky and his battered wife, Betty.

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Reviewing the Evidence

Throughout, characters find themselves in logical if sometimes amusing situations which leavens the almost unremitting suspense just enough to give the pace rhythm.

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The Ransoms call Sheriff Lark .

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