Winslow: The Lost Hunters

WISEGUY television series writer and 2018 MPL fiction award winner David Curran (IV) takes us to the wilderness where former guide Winslow Doyle tracks missing hunters in a thrilling tale of kidnapping and murder.
* By page 3 I couldn't put it down,
* Well-Written Characters.
* …the missing daughter, is smart and resourceful
* …you can imagine being there
* …twists and turns, keeping you on the edge of your seat
* …There's a lot of wilderness lore and backwoods knowledge needed to solve the mystery, and Winslow certainly qualifies with his background
A ghost, a wilderness hunt, an abandoned mine, a struggle to survive, a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and a daring escape attempt with a killer giving chase.

Author's Notes

Winslow was a story in the back of my mind since I moved to the wilderness 20 years ago. But I just could not come up with a story.  Or quite picture the character until about a year ago. (I am writing this in 2018.) I' have always been a big fan of Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch series and practically channeled Harry when I finally got the idea for this book.  But Winslow, Like C. J. Box's Joe Pickett series lives in the wilderness and solves this kidnapping in a world like the one Joe Pickett ventures into.  Winslow, however, lives in the wilderness full-time (as I do) and some readers have told me, to my delight, that they get a real feel of the wilderness in the book.

In my mind Winslow is tough. There is a lot of Lee Child's Jack Reacher and/or C.J. Box's Nate Romanowski in Winslow.  (And just so you know, I carried a .454 Casull (revolver) long before I read about Nate. It one of the few handguns that can stop a bear, or more likely and more dangerous, here, a mean moose.)  This first book doesn't show too much of that, but I plan on showing just how tough Winslow is in later books in the series.

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