“Features as much sound and fury as a summer movie blockbuster.”-Kirkus Reviews

How can a man step off a bus at a rest stop in small-town Maine and disappear? McMorrow wants to know but nobody else seems to care about the fate of P. Ray Mantis. Jack presses and soon finds himself up against small-town hoodlums, a sketchy police chief, and an assortment of street people. It’s the underbelly of Scanesett, Maine, and in it McMorrow may have finally met his match.

E-book and Print, November 2015

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Summary

In Gerry Boyle’s most engaging novel yet, journalist Jack McMorrow travels to the sleepy town of Scanesett, Maine. When a man disappears from a tour bus, no one seems to care. Except Jack, who knows there’s a story too good to pass up… -Amazon Editorial Review

The New York Times Review
“[A] raw-boned regional series… [Boyle] keeps the legends of this cold and menacing landscape very much alive.”

Library Journal
“More solid writing from the author of Potshot.”

Kirkus Reviews
“Features as much sound and fury as a summer movie blockbuster.”

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