The Boston Globe reviews A FIELD GUIDE TO MURDER & FLY FISHING

June 19, 2017 § Leave a comment

Very pleased about this one, obviously. In her review for The Boston Globe, Nina McLaughlin zeroes in on the collection’s sense of place: “ . . . each story deposits one definitively into a geography, of mind and map.” Read the full review here(It’s part of a literary round-up, so you have to scroll down a bit.) Read key excerpts from all reviews to date here.

9780997452877-JacketGrayAFG2.inddOrder at IndieBoundAmazon, or Barnes & Noble. A limited number of signed, first edition hardcovers are available from the fabulous Northshire Bookstore in Manchester, Vermont, or you can request it from your own favorite local bookstore! (ISBN# 978-0997452877)

If you’re in the Boston area, I’ll be reading and discussing the book in tandem with my GrubStreet colleague Crystal King (Feast of Sorrow) at Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, 7pm the evening of June 29. More info here.

 

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