Glacier Lake

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The state marshal discovers the body of a young American Indian girl in a remote high-country cabin at Glacier Lake. The marshal is led to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and a white man who is a wannabe Indian. One of the issues there is that this man has a prior record, the use of alcohol, drugs and even prostitution. The state marshal devises a plan and a sting in order to bring justice. More

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Words: 17,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301246557
About James Casey

James Casey is the author of the Tom Riggins series of novels, including Hornet’s Nest (2012) and Glacier Lake (2012).
James Casey resides in the Black Hills of South Dakota and is married to Marilyn.
He started his writing career by putting his thoughts into a stack of personal notebooks during his free time. He had often given deep thought to writing and "telling stories".
James Casey is an avid reader of fiction, history, westerns and contemporary suspense thrillers and mysteries.
He engages himself full-time in writing, including its research and travel.
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Review by: Kate Stacey on Jan. 31, 2013 : (no rating)
Very poorly written and poor plot. Badly edited and author seemed not to have thought through the plot beforehand. Disjointed and glad I downloaded it for free as if I had paid for this I would want my money back!
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Review by: Clair Roxanna on Jan. 08, 2013 :
Glacier Lake is a good story with some flaws. The M.C., Tom Riggins, is out in -28 degree temp. yet drives down a muddy road. If the author used very few contractions to attempt a local dialect all he did was make the dialog stiff and unnatural. The story has a good plot and characters. I liked it even with the flaws. Editing is average for independent authors but certainly not professional.
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Review by: Carl Turner on Dec. 18, 2012 :
I disagree with Howard Mitchell. Apparently Mitchell is not a real reader or fully comprehends his reading. I do not find the mistakes in grammar that he refers to in Glacier Lake. Maybe he has confused his 10 year old daughter's books with this one. We must not have read the same book. Regardless, this was an unnecessary cut below the belt, and serves no real purpose. It only tends to degrades Mitchell's ability to review books. Just goes to prove that some folks would complain if they were hung with a new rope. The worst short coming I see in this novella, is that it is too short. Makes for a good full length story.
I enjoyed this short story. It was an interesting plot and enjoyable story read. Looking for more from this author in the future. I recommend this book (and the price is right!).
Not a great author, but certainly a good author!
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Review by: howard mitchell on Dec. 16, 2012 : (no rating)
If you ignore the many grammatical and spelling mistakes, as well as the tense flip flopping (past/present/past/etc), then you are basically left with nothing. Not worth the download costs. My ten year old daughter writes better stories.
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