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The Lobster Lake Bandits: Mystery at Moosehead (Paperback)

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An Historical Fiction Mystery set in Maine.


When Sarah, a travel writer from New York City, gets sent to Maine on assignment, she's reluctant to go. The Moosehead Lake region of Maine is a place of only bad memories for her.

Her fears aside, what she truly isn't prepared for are the poachers, the locals, and meeting Joe Parker, for the second time in her life.

What she discovers about herself, her family, and a Boston crime is so much larger than a story for a magazine article.

"This book will make you want to visit Maine."

"Suspense. Romance. Mystery. This book has it all."

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Lobster Lake and the Moosehead Lake Region in the North Woods of Maine was always a peaceful and safe place, where nothing much ever happened. That all changes the year Joe Parker was old enough to hunt on his own, the oddly dressed stranger stalked their woods, and the bandits caused some serious trouble.

For the Parkers and the game warden, it's a race against the weather, finding clues to the crime, and locating the sneaky backwoods characters who manage to stay one step ahead of them.

For Sarah, her feelings for the Maine woods will never be the same.


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This novel is set in the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine.

Moosehead is Maine's largest lake and measures approximately 40 miles long by 10 miles wide.

At the center of the lake is Mt. Kineo, the largest rhyolite formation known in the world. The igneous rock was used by Native Americans to craft weapons and tools.

Lobster Lake is to the north east of Moosehead, nestled in a remote forest.

It is the same pristine wilderness that greeted Henry Thoreau, Lucius Hubbard, Thomas Steele, and Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. It is an area rich in history, but full of mystery and legends. This book will transport you to those woods and the writing will allow you to smell the pine-scented air and hear the call of the loons. After reading, you may just want to visit for yourself.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781732111790
ISBN-10: 1732111790
Publisher: Burnt Jacket Publishing
Publication Date: September 13th, 2018
Pages: 358
Language: English