An old hermit has been killed in Utah's wildlands, and Sheriff Bud Shumway knows it's murder, even though some say it was a cougar kill. Others think it was done by a Bigfoot who has roamed the area for years, killing cattle and leaving people so traumatized that they never want to go into the wilderness again. But Sheriff Shumway can't afford to believe in Bigfoot, given the huge area he's responsible for, most of it wildlands.
Set at the Ghost Rock Cafe, high on the wild and mysterious San Rafael Swell, this mystery will have you laughing, scared to death, and wondering if Bigfoot might really exist. In any case, you'll find out who really killed the hermit of Swasey's Cabin, and it may not be who you think.
If you like mysteries, Bigfoot, and the wilderness, this book has it all - trains, movie producers, geology students, ranchers, floods, watermelon farmers, missing cattle who really aren't missing, ravens, weener dogs, Indian pots, dynamite truck drivers, stretch Hummers...the list is endless and makes for a wild and sometimes terrifying tale, but one that's a real pause-resister, tons of fun, and a great listen.
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Fun and crazy mystery!
Lots of action and a mellow narrator.
Lots of twists and turns. The ending was a big surprise.
When Bud talks to the Bigfoot, thinking it's a guy in a costume, telling it he's going to arrest it. Pretty scary, yet funny.
Murder and Bigfoot in the Badlands - a mellow sheriff and his bumbling deputy keep you in suspense or laughing the whole time.
No gore or anything offensive, the writer uses good storytelling to grab you. Really enjoyed it.
- Maya K.
Fun easy listening
I would recommend this audio to anyone looking for a fun,easy lisstening experience. The story was fun,not great literature,but engaging. The narrator was such a pleasure to listen to. Having too much stress in your life? Great commute book or wind down after a hectic day book.I hope for more from this author and marrator.
- Mary Scott Blackman