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At the Edge of the Woods by Victoria Houston
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Apr 23, 2024 | ISBN 9781639106530

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Praise for At the Edge of the Woods:
“Fans will appreciate the emphasis on the Northwoods and the peace and tranquility of fly-fishing.”
Library Journal

“A rollicking comedy of errors combines mystery and romance.”
Kirkus Reviews

“An entertaining mystery . . . with a strong female lead and plenty of outdoor fun.”
Fresh Fiction

“One of those fun small-town murder mysteries, with quirky characters that are fun to read . . . Fans will be happy with this one.”
Red Carpet Crash

Praise for the Lew Ferris Mystery series:
Wolf Hollow draws you in like a trout to a perfectly cast fly. Victoria Houston is a master storyteller.”
—Marc Cameron, New York Times bestselling author of the Arliss Cutter Mysteries

“Houston keeps you hooked from the very first page not only with compelling twists and turns but also with the richly drawn residents of Loon Lake. Readers may come for the murder, but they’ll stay for these engaging characters. At turns atmospheric, heart-warming and intensely gripping, Wolf Hollow is a must-read!”
—Brianna Labuskes, bestselling author of Her Final Words

“This mystery manages to be both heart-warming and scary—a terrific trick. Highly recommended.”
—Mary Logue, author of the Claire Watkins mysteries and The Streel, on Wolf Hollow

“Houston’s loving portrayals of the continuing cast members and the wild Wisconsin settings add up to a charming read.”
Kirkus Reviews

“A master of juxtaposing nature’s beauty with humanity’s ugliness.”
Publishers Weekly

“This is a winner.”
San Francisco Book Review, on Wolf Hollow

“Houston offers smooth and lively action and insight . . .  A solid and relaxing traditional mystery.”
New York Journal of Books, on Hidden in the Pines

“[A] ‘whodunnit’ novel of impressive originality . . . for readers with an interest in police procedurals and small town fiction.”
Midwest Book Review, on Hidden in the Pines

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