Crazy Mountain Kiss


Product Details

Penguin Books
Publish Date
5.2 X 7.9 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

Keith McCafferty is the award-winning survival and outdoor skills editor of Field & Stream, and the author of The Royal Wulff Murders, The Gray Ghost Murders, and Dead Man's Fancy. He lives in Montana.


Praise for Crazy Mountain Kiss

"McCafferty does a marvelous job of manipulating mood, moving from light to dark... [Crazy Mountain Kiss] is the best McCafferty novel yet, and it's a must for Craig Johnson and C. J. Box fans."--Booklist (Starred)

"This is a must for fans of eclectic mysteries in which the setting is just as important as the characters."--Publisher's Weekly (Starred)

"Stranahan's fourth case blends humor with heartbreak, all flavors of eccentricity with a struggle for normalcy, and a natural backdrop that can make even the most powerful humans and their deeds look small."--Kirkus

Praise for Dead Man's Fancy

"McCafferty's beautifully written third mystery....The complex, multilayered story smoothly switches from one character to another."--Publishers Weekly (Starred)

"McCafferty knows his country and his characters, who have a comfortable, lived-in feel and yet shine as individuals....[his] understated prose deserves to be savored."--Kirkus

"[Dead Man's Fancy] delivers a carefully plotted western procedural....Good reading for fans of [C. J.] Box, Craig Johnson, Nevada Barr, and Paul Doiron, although McCafferty has his own distinctive voice."--Booklist

"McCafferty's third series entry lassos up a range of topics--wolf reintroduction, wilderness living and survival, animal rights--that are uncovered through his protagonists' meticulous sleuthing."--Library Journal

Praise for The Gray Ghost Murders

"This is a truly wonderful read. In an old and crowded field, Keith has created characters fresh, quirky and yet utterly believable, then stirred them into a mystery that unfolds with grace and humor against a setting of stunning beauty and danger. Stranahan, the fisherman sleuth, breaks free of the old cliche's and delights with his humanity, vulnerability and love of cats. Yes, cats. Keith has written a book that speaks to women and men regardless of color or background. The only downside of this book is that we must wait a year for the next one."--Nevada Barr, New York Times bestselling author of the Anna Pigeon Mysteries

"Even amid the serene trout streams of Montana, Sean Stranahan can't seem to stay out of trouble--and there's a heap of it in this bracing second adventure for the fly fisher/painter/PI... Field & Stream editor McCafferty skillfully weaves Big Sky color, humor, and even romance (in the form of Sean's stunning new girlfriend, Martinique, who's bankrolling veterinary school by working as a bikini barista) into the suspenseful plot as it gallops toward a white-knuckle. . . climax. The book's biggest lure, however, remains Sean and his rugged band of Montana individualists."--Publishers Weekly

"Think big-city CSI teams have it tough? Their examinations of crime scenes are hardly ever interrupted by a grizzly bear like the one that sends Deputy Harold Little Feather to the hospital...Irresistible."--Kirkus Reviews

"Firmly set in the Montana wilderness and populated by well-drawn characters. This series will appeal to fans of Nevada Barr and C. J. Box as well as to fly-fishing devotees."--Booklist