Advance Praise for STAY HIDDEN

stayhiddenCheck out these glowing reviews for the latest Mike Bowditch novel, out July 3rd:

In a starred review, Publishers Weekly calls STAY HIDDEN “outstanding,” adding, “Doiron balances nuanced characterizations and intelligent plotting perfectly.”

In another starred review, Booklist proclaims: “Doiron brings all his considerable talent and his extensive knowledge as an outdoor guide in Maine to bear in this ninth Mike Bowditch novel (after Knife Creek, 2017)…The plot is complex, and the action intense, made all the more so by forbidding terrain. The characters are well developed and clearly defined despite the dense fog that surrounds them, literally and figuratively. The extraordinary sense of place makes this Doiron’s strongest novel yet. This is not Jessica Fletcher’s Maine. It is a much darker place, more like C. J. Box’s Wyoming. With foghorns.”

And The Real Book Spy calls STAY HIDDEN “the most head-scratching murder case of [Mike Bowditch’s] career…Paul Doiron has long been compared to #1 New York Times bestseller C.J. Box, but this is the book that pulls him alongside other iconic crime novelists such as James Lee Burke and John Sandford. Fans worried that Mike’s promotion will somehow change the series into something completely different moving forward don’t need to worry. This is vintage Doiron and everything his readers have come to expect. Beautifully written and filled with stunning cinematic visuals, STAY HIDDEN is some of Paul Doiron’s finest work to date and a bona fide contender for best crime novel of the year.”


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