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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite
The Gunnison River Serial Killer by Raymond Cook is a Western fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy Westerns and serial killer stories. Two dozen women have been beaten and murdered, and their bodies left in ditches. All the victims were taken during the day and the local law enforcement is left befuddled. The U.S. Marshal’s office decides that it is time to step in, and assigns Deputy Marshal Steven Anderson and his wife to go undercover to flush out the killer. A horrible case turns into Deputy Marshal Steven Anderson's worst nightmare when his wife is abducted by the killer. He has only seven days, until her beaten and dead body will be left at a roadside, to save her and catch the killer.
The Gunnison River Serial Killer by Raymond Cook is a fast-paced, suspenseful novel that was very difficult to put down. When Lolie, Deputy Marshal Steven Anderson’s wife, was abducted, the book became impossible to put down at all. Deputy Marshal Steven Anderson was easily my favorite character in that he was willing to do just about anything to rescue his wife. I was not a huge fan of Lolie as I found her decision to dare the killer to abduct her to be the height of stupidity, even if she was undercover. My dislike for Lolie aside, I greatly enjoyed reading this book and I really hope the author decides to continue to write serial killer stories!