An Ali Review: Moose Fever (Mountain Spirit Mysteries #3) by A.J. Marcus

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Rating:   3.5 out of 5 stars
MooseFever-finalColorado Parks and Wildlife Officer Brock Summers and his fiancé, wildlife rehabber Landon Weir, are preparing for their wedding when someone starts killing moose along a creek in the northern part of Teller County. As the moose casualties rise, human bodies turn up, and the case is taken over by the sheriff’s office. When a Forestry Service Ranger is killed, the service joins the hunt. 

All signs point to one of the many photographers who have been taking pictures of the moose. Then Landon discovers a small piece of gold in the creek and they believe they have a motive, but they’re still lacking solid suspects. Bullets fly as they seek to track down the perpetrator while trying to get everything wrapped up in time for their marriage.
Another good installment in this series.  Brock and Landon are entertaining as usual as they try to solve the mystery of who is killing both moose and humans.  The story is fast paced and interesting.  This one also focused on their wedding and their families so there were some really sweet and touching moments in this.  This is the third book in the series and while it could be read out of order you would probably enjoy the romance part better if you had read the previous two books.  I find this author’s writing in this series to be solid and consistent and I really enjoy them.
I liked this cover.  I think it’s a great match to the previous books in the series and it fits the overall feel of the story.

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Book Details:

ebook, 200 pages
Published April 12th 2016 by DSP Press
ISBN139781634763431
Edition LanguageEnglish

Series: Mountain Spirit Mysteries