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Gray Wolf Mountain (A Logan and Cafferty Mystery/ Suspense Novel) by [Mead, Jean Henry]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 669 KB
  • Print Length: 276 pages
  • Publisher: Medallion Books (6 Aug. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008UEH6ZA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #481,928 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Really enjoyed this book and it kept you wanting more so you couldn't put it down, you felt as if you knew the characters!
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Although l enjoyed this story I found it slow going towards the end,started skipping pages just to get to end! Loved settings though and characters were interesting also.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x95f815b8) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9604a174) out of 5 stars EXCITING MYSTERY ADVENTURE 10 Aug. 2012
By Robert F. Bealmear - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Wonderfully drawn and totally credible characters make this animal-loving suspense tale a joy to read. It's a fast-paced story of a community terrorized by a bloodthirsty murderer and the brave and resourceful efforts of Dana Logan and Sarah Cafferty to bring the killer to justice. The delightful relationships and smart dialogue that is expected in a novel by Jean Henry Mead are abundantly there, along with the heart-felt gains and losses of a story well told--a story brimming with intelligent action adventure. Highly recommended.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x95f63318) out of 5 stars Action, adventure and wolves--a potent mix 21 Aug. 2012
By Sheila Deeth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Jean Henry Mead continues her Logan and Cafferty series very pleasingly with the addition of this animal-loving mystery set in the mountains of Wyoming. Wolves have been taken off the endangered species list and somebody's taking pot shots at them--bad enough in itself, but when they shoot at Dana Logan's SUV as well they're asking for trouble. Gus Blake, an old man known for rescuing helpless animals, turns out to be a savior of ladies too--not that anyone would accuse Dana and Sarah of being helpless. He says they're "older," not "old," and the distinction is satisfying. Logan and Cafferty are feisty unlicensed PIs in the style of Miss Marple and others. They plan to stay active for many more years, providing many more books for readers to enjoy.

The mountain abounds with curious characters, from reclusive dog-owner to war vet, ranch-owners nervous of losing their stock, neighbors keeping an eye out for each other, and even the odd teen joining a "save the wolf" campaign. But other things, more dangerous than wolves, might hide in those canyons where cell-phone signals can't reach. Soon Dana and Sarah are leading the charge to find missing persons, bring wolf-killers to justice, and make sure Dana's daughter finds a suitable spouse.

The dialog's fun, the action's fast and scary, and the scenery's wonderful. Logan and Cafferty do indeed have the knack of getting themselves and those about them into danger, but there's a mystery to be solved, lots of surprises in store, and people and animals to be protected.

A story that starts with a crash and ends with the neat surprise of final discovery, Gray Wolf Mountain is my favorite so far of this enjoyable series. I hope there'll be many more.

Disclosure: The author gave me a free copy of this novel as a gift, no strings attached. I'm writing a review because I enjoyed it. Thank you.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9627f0c0) out of 5 stars Of Madness & Mayhem 30 Sept. 2012
By Arletta Dawdy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Jean Henry Mead developed a wonderful and intriguing pair of sleuths in her Logan & Cafferty books. GRAY WOLF MOUNTAIN carries on the delightful adventures of the ladies "of a certain age," older but not old as a key character notes. The book starts with a terrifying bang bringing the reader to attention. Characters and stories come out of the woods and mountains in profusion, until the reader's mind swirls trying to figure out who the killer is, for at least one is haunting the area.

An important theme in the book is that of the restoration and, now, potential persecution of the gray wolf in Wyoming as the law protecting them has been eradicated.

Kidnappings, fires, home invasions, threats of terrorism, drownings, shootings and all other sorts of mayhem take the reader on a daring romp. And, of course, a bit of romance hovers over all. Always in question is the who and why behind the murderous actions.

As a long time reader of mysteries, I figured out the answers before the ending. Even so, I love Mead's great characterizations and her descriptive details of the countryside. An enjoyable read.

Disclosure: I won the book in the author's drawing with no ties or constraints on reviewing it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99f984f8) out of 5 stars Not as good as the previous books 5 July 2013
By Buster's Mom - Published on Amazon.com
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I've read the previous books in this series and enjoyed them immensely. However, this one seemed off. As others pointed out, there was a whole lot of going up and down and all around the mountain throughout this book--it was tiring! I also felt that Sarah McCafferty's become just a sidekick instead of equal partner in the adventures--it's all about Dana Logan now. Even in the romance department (what there is of it), it's all about Dana--she has a soon to be retiring deputy sheriff (Walt) who's proposed to her but she's not sure she wants to marry him, and a former cop now bodyguard (Jeff) who'd be interested in a relationship if she doesn't marry the other guy--while poor Sarah, who would like to have a romantic interest for herself, doesn't find anyone interested in her. The message I get is that Dana is the fun, rich, fit, attractive widow (thus deserving to have men wanting her) while Sarah is the dull, poor, out-of-shape, plain widow (only fit to be the trusty sidekick). Then there's Kerri, Dana's daughter, who can't decide if she wants to stay engaged to the FBI agent from an earlier book or hook up with new guy, Tom, in this book. Like mother, like daughter?

I hope if there's another book the author will return to the great, equal partnership between Logan and McCafferty that was so enjoyable in the previous books (and since I relate more to Sarah than Dana, I hope there's someone who'll find her attractive, too).
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x960e396c) out of 5 stars Murder in the mountains 2 Dec. 2012
By Patricia Gligor - Published on Amazon.com
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"Gray Wolf Mountain" by Jean Henry Mead is a delightful edition to her Logan and Cafferty series. Once again, Dana and Sarah find themselves in the middle of a mystery. Someone is killing the wolves on Gray Wolf Mountain and they are determined to figure out who is doing it and why. In their quest to find the answer, they come to realize that there's a lot more involved - and at stake - than just the wolves.
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