In Bough Cutter, Nania brings his experience as a former law enforcement officer and as a conservationist to bear as he makes this thriller both accurate and interesting. Characters are well developed and eccentric, and the reader can almost smell the pine trees and hear the call of a loon on Spider Lake as the plot unwinds with its twists and turns, which will keep you guessing until the last page. Readers familiar with Wisconsin's Northwoods will long to return there, and those who have never been will want to visit Namekagon County, as long as John Cabrelli is keeping it safe.
Sheriff John Cabrelli encounters a stunning twist in the district he strives to protect from crime—a unique Northwoods community imbued with a palpable sense of place and having each other’s backs. I highly recommend this page-turner!
Jeff Nania is an excellent writer who set the scene in the North Country of Wisconsin so that I feel I've been there. His Sheriff John Cabrelli investigates a body found out in the woods that leads to a much bigger situation than first anticipated. The characters who populate this story are appealing and real, and there's a twist I did not see coming.
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