Widowmaker by Paul Doiron. Published by St. Martins

Mike Bowditch finds a woman outside his home one night, Amber Langstrom wants Mike’s help locating her son, who has disappeared from the work camp where he was incarcerated after being convicted of sex abuse. She says he was wrongfully convicted and that Mike has to help her, because her son is actually Mike’s half brother. Mike doesn’t want to revisit the past and remember anything about his violent father, but he reluctantly agrees and soon finds himself in a remote prison camp run by the military; a violent place where sexual predators live, and die, by their own violent code. Doiron captures the real Maine (not the prison camp), the characters, setting and quirks are pure Maine

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~ by cayocosta72 on May 30, 2016.

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