Gold Dust

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Product Details

Price
$18.99
Publisher
Poisoned Pen Press
Publish Date
Dimensions
5.5 X 1.2 X 8.4 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781464209635

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About the Author

Reavis Z. Wortham is the critically acclaimed author of the Red River Mysteries set in rural Northeast Texas in the 1960s. As a boy, he hunted and fished the river bottoms near Chicota, the inspiration for the fictional location. He is also the author of a thriller series featuring Texas Ranger Sonny Hawke. He teaches writing at a wide variety of venues including local libraries and writers' conferences. Wortham has been a newspaper columnist and magazine writer since 1988, and has been the Humor Editor for Texas Fish and Game Magazine for the past twenty-two years. He and his wife, Shana, live in Northeast Texas. Check out his website at www.reaviszwortham.com

Reviews

"The book's strength lies in Wortham's ability to construct a world; it doesn't take long for readers to feel like kinfolk."--Publishers Weekly review of Unraveled
"This superbly drawn sixth entry in the series (after Dark Places) features captivating characters and an authentic Texas twang."--Library Journal review of Unraveled
"Readers nostalgic for this period - songs by the Monkees and Tommy James and the Shondells blast from transistor radios - will find plenty to like."--Publishers Weekly
..".the unlikely game of polecat-and-mouse that unfolds in a series of developments as preposterous as they are richly enjoyable. The result reads like a stranger-than-strange collaboration between Lee Child, handling the assault on the CIA with baleful directness, and Steven F. Havill, genially reporting on the regulars back home."--Kirkus Reviews
"Reading the seventh Red River Mystery is like coming home after a vacation: we're reuniting with old friends, returning to a comfortable place. Wortham's writing style is easygoing, relying on natural-sounding dialogue and vivid descriptions to give us the feeling that this story could well have taken place. Another fine entry in a mystery series that deserves more attention."--David Pitt "Booklist "