Summary

Native American Fish & Wildlife Investigator Rhoda Deerwalker finds more than she bargained for when a routine bird smuggling case turns deadly. Rhoda teams up with a small town sheriff as events spiral out of control. This is Book one in the Felony of Birds series. Rhoda Deerwalker is not like any female investigator you've ever encountered, she's brave, vulnerable, and all too human. You'll want to read all three thrilling tales.
©2010 Harris Tobias (P)2012 Harris Tobias
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3 out of 5 stars
By Madge on 21-03-12

Short, Sweet, Unique

It's worth the $5 - It deals with an area of crime not often mentioned, but the characters are engaging, honorable, and not the jaded, hard-boiled cops who reach for violence as their favorite tool. I would guess this is a first time effort, as the story is not terribly complex, which is appropriate for something this short, and some of the transitions are a little abrupt.

The reader is good though a little flat - they don't do a good job of editing, so somechapter headings overlap the end of the previous chapter, and there is no clear distinction as to placement sometimes, but this is not enough to seriously detract.

I found myself at the end hoping that the next part of this series would be out.

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