Utilizing the forested wilderness of his hometown as the backdrop of the novel “Mysterious Moxie Pond,” author Wayne Tanguay delivers an intricately crafted story that divulges the evils of drug cartel and exalts the heroism that exterminates it. The adrenaline rush, craving for dangerous ordeals and the hunter instincts that his characters bask under will for certain rub off on readers.
Set in the heavily forested and rural area nearest the Canadian border, Tanguay’s book runs the disappearance of John Everett, a veteran Maine warden who was presumed dead after countless searches. His daughter, a newly commissioned Maine game warden, was assigned to a northern Maine region covering the area from Jackman to the Forks. Estranged from him for many years, she has vowed to follow in his footsteps while pursuing the circumstances of his disappearance. Her job would be difficult because most of the people from these small rural communities had lived there all their lives, were suspicious of strangers, and had distrust for local and state authorities.
Packed with the action and adrenaline that illuminates Tanguay’s outdoorsy facet, this publication will cater to readers’ fetish for adventure and crime-busting instincts. Tanguay depicts meticulously the thick forest that houses the individuals of marvelous and unflinching spirits, keen on hitting their marks.
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