Gray Ghost by William G. Tapply
A Stoney Calhoun Novel (Stoney Calhoun Mysteries)

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Seven years ago, Stoney Calhoun woke up in a VA hospital with no memories.  He still remembers nothing from before then, except that he has a few unexplained skills--a gift for angling, an ability to read French--and recently it's been made clear to him that it would be best if he never does. Working as a guide on Casco Bay, Stoney is out with a client on an early morning fly fishing expedition when they find the charred remains of a recent corpse on a small, uninhabited island. A couple of days later, Calhoun's client turns up in the driveway of Stoney's cabin in the woods--shot dead in the front seat of his SUV. In the midst of a couple of inexplicable murders, both of which clearly have something to do with Stoney, past or present, it's up to him find out the truth...or risk becoming the next victim.

About William G. Tapply

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William G. Tapply was a contributing editor to Field & Stream and the author of numerous books on fishing and wildlife, as well as more than twenty novels, including his books featuring "Stoney" Calhoun. He lived in Hancock, New Hampshire.
Published March 6, 2007 by Minotaur Books. 270 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The State Police are convinced, reasonably enough, that the person who executed Watson was Franklin Dunbar, the father of his traumatized victim, who had concluded his court testimony by announcing that Watson should lose his masculinity and burn in hell.

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William Tapply is an author whose work I've known for years.

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