|Title:||Borderlines (Joe Gunther Mysteries)|
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|Publisher:||Putnam Adult; First Edition edition (October 30, 1990)|
Archer Mayor has scored a second time with this book, set in the back woods of Vermont and again featuring Brattleboro cop Joe Gunther. Better than Mayor's first foray into the character, this book moves better and with more purpose than the first, showing the author's increasing confidence in his writing.
In 2004 Mayor received the New England Booksellers Association book award for fiction. Intriguing plots, complex characters, and a vivid landscape are the foundation of Archer Mayor's award-winning New England thrillers. Books by Archer Mayor.
About book: It seemed appropriate, having just moved to Vermont, that I should read one of Archer Mayor’s Joe Gunther mysteries, set in this beautiful state. It turned out to be an excellent story too. This is the second Joe Gunther story, though it seemed that there was already lots of back story, describing people he had upset back in Brattleboro, where he normally works, people both personal and work colleagues. Anyway, in this second book, Joe is seconded up to the North East Kingdom of Vermont, an even more remote part of the state than the norm. Boy, do I ever like this series. There's something about Joe Gunther, the middle age Everyman cop who's the hero of this series, that is so real it's endearing. The plot in this one presented a complicated cast of miscreants and a number of crimes any of them could have committed.
Archer Mayor’s Joe Gunther detective series, 26 books in all, is one of the most enduring and critically acclaimed police procedural series being written today. That book also prompted The New York Times to call Mayor one of the most sophisticated stylists in the genre, and in 1997, to proclaim The Ragman’s Memory one of only eleven Notable mysteries of the year-an honor it repeated in 2002 with The Sniper’s Wife. Signup for Archer’s e-Newsletter: the Gunther-Gram. Signup Now! Full Name.
Written by Archer Mayor, Audiobook narrated by Tom Taylorson. The Joe Gunther Mysteries, Book 2. By: Archer Mayor. Narrated by: Tom Taylorson. Length: 10 hrs and 25 mins.
Lieutenant Joe Gunther is in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom investigating a minor embezzling case. It's a pleasant distraction and a chance to reconnect with. 125 16 5 Author: Archer Mayor Narrator: Tom Taylorson. Lieutenant Joe Gunther is in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom investigating a minor embezzling case. It's a pleasant distraction and a chance to reconnect with old friends, but when a house fire reveals itself to be arson, compounded by murder, Gunther can't help but investigate.
Taking some much-needed rest at the Vermont vacation spot of his boyhood,Lieutenant Joe Gunther finds the little town at war when an expanding back-to-nature cult turns violent and Joe learns that some of his oldest friends may be behind it. Read online. Joe Gunther and the VBI team are investigating a murder and an arson case-both potentially related to an outbreak of ebola. When the dead body of a young woman is found near a trail at one of Vermont's popular ski mountains, the case falls to Joe Gunther and his team at the Vermont Bureau of Investigation (VBI). They quickly have a suspect, who confesses, but the whole squad isn't convinced-the evidence is thin at best. Two mysteries preoccupy Joe Gunther in Mayor's engaging 20th novel to feature the Vermont Bureau of Investigation police detective (after 2008's The Catch).
Book in the Joe Gunther Series). Lt. Joe Gunther is in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom investigating a minor embezzling case. It's a pleasant distraction, and a chance to reconnect with old friends, but when a house fire reveals itself to be arson, compounded by murder, Gunther can't help but investigate. Suddenly, he finds himself enmeshed in a web of animosity between put-upon townspeople, the state police, angry parents and members of a reclusive sect.
Archer Mayor is the author of the Joe Gunther detective series. Archer is a Yale graduate and lives in Newfane, Vermont, United States.