When an LA private investigator heads to Colorado to see an old buddy and get in a little fishing, he finds that he can't really get away from it all. It's like he never left home. He walks in on a murder and his buddy, the editor and publisher of the local paper wants it solved. A small town reporter with aspirations of being an investigative journalist has been killed. The Sheriff is a good fisherman, and an elected official. There are few suspects, not much in the way of substantial motives, and hungry trout calling to him. This is a short murder mystery in the style of the old pulp magazines, with tough guy heroes, rude and crude police work and plenty of blind alleys.
Do you or someone you know experience depression? Experience. That's an odd way to put it, but Ava refuses to say, "suffering". There you have the theme of this entire book. A round peg ever eluding the square hole, Ava takes you on a journey through a brilliant mind ravaged by mental demons. You are not alone. Your feelings aren't so crazy. Daring to laugh in the face of mental illness and critics alike, Ava reaches out through her own vulnerability to grasp at the darkness. An undying message that things will be better and one day that grasping will bring huge returns. This one is not to be missed. Love wins.
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