Dark Tiger

Dark Tiger

A Stoney Calhoun Novel

Book - 2009
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Seven years ago, Stoney Calhoun woke up in a VA hospital with no memories and a series of unexplained talents (language ability, weapons expertise, etc.). Since then he's been living quietly, working as a part time fishing guide and co-owner of a local bait shop--with an unnamed visitor coming around occasionally to see if he's regained any memories. But this time, the visitor shows up looking for his help--and creating potential mayhem in Stoney's life to prove he's serious. In exchange for making those problems go away, Stoney must go to the far corner of Maine, sign on as a guide at a high end fishing lodge, and look into a couple of suspicious deaths. A govern ment 'operative' was found shot dead in a staged murder/suicide pact involving a local sixteen year old girl. Now Stoney has to uncover what the dead agent was investigating and got him killed--without being killed by the very same people.
Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, c2009.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312379780
0312379781
Characteristics: viii, 277 p. ; 25 cm.

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Mar 15, 2010

First was a dud, second was okay (just), third has been disappointing. The Calhoun series has not been up to par to the Brady Coyne one. Dark Tiger is thin in suspense and that fishing sub plot is just an excuse to... nothing memorable. Again, a dull book. Can't wait for another Brady Coyne story. Sorry Tapply, Calhoun is a big mistake.

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