The Midwest Book Review acclaims Jeff Nania's Northern Lakes Mysteries, stating they are "Especially and unreservedly recommended for community library collections…"
The audiobook for Figure Eight—read by the author—is now available to serve even more patrons and discounted through the month of May for library purchases.
Midwest author Jeff Nania's Northern Lakes Mystery series books are highly sought-after in Wisconsin libraries and demand is growing rapidly across the country. An award-winning author and conservationist, Jeff draws upon careers in law enforcement and natural resources to captivate readers and keep them wondering who is on the right side of the law. In Figure Eight (2019), readers meet John Cabrelli who, after a traumatic incident while on patrol in Madison, retreats to northern Wisconsin and unravels a mystery that could forever change the Northwoods. John's story continues in Spider Lake (2020) and Bough Cutter (2021) as he adjusts to a new life in Namekagon County with a colorful crew of characters in this crime fiction, with themes of community and natural resources throughout.
This best-selling Northern Lakes Mystery series is perfect for fans of William Kent Krueger, Victoria Houston, C. J. Box, and Patricia Skalka.
Figure Eight is available in print, digital, and audio formats:
Paperback: 978-1-9425865-5-5; LOC: 2021934029
These titles are available in print and digital formats (audio forthcoming):
Spider Lake (Paperback): 978-1-942586-67-8; LOC: 2019917210
Spider Lake (Hardback): 978-1-7363373-1-8
Spider Lake (Ebook): 978-1-3936339-7-6
Bough Cutter (Paperback): 978-1-942586-99-9; LOC: 2021907787
Bough Cutter (Hardback): forthcoming
Bough Cutter (Ebook): 978-1-7363373-6-3
The fourth book in the series is expected later this year.
Published by Little Creek Press in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, Feet Wet Writing handles distribution and order fulfillment and can provide signed copies for your collection. Titles are also available through Ingram.
Learn more at www.feetwetwriting.com or order copies. You can also view the collection and request digital review copies on Edelweiss+.
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