Don't Cry Wolf
An officer never knows what he might face when he first arrives at an accident. When Deputy Sergeant Matthew Prescott gets the call directing him to a serious crash on U.S. 191, he drives as fast as he dares. As he approaches the twisted, mangled remains of the vehicle, he doubts there could be any survivors in that wreckage. Somebody’s life would be ruined tonight.
He just never thought it would be his.
Overwhelmed by the memory of losing part of his family that night, Matthew decides to take the sheriff ’s offer to become a detective instead of a patrol supervisor. Maybe not being on-site at car accidents would dull his pain.
A year later, wolves are starting to drift from neighboring Yellowstone Park to Montana ranches and are preying on calves, and a group of activists is passionate about saving the wolves from getting shot by ranchers. But that passion turns to violence with the murder of a rancher who shoots a wolf in order to protect his livestock. Now it’s up to Matthew to find out exactly who is behind the escalating violence.Filled with unmatchable suspense and unlikely romance, best-selling author Clair M. Poulson’s Don’t Cry Wolf is more than worth the read.
By Kassandra, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Clair Poulson didn’t stray from his usually form of writing in the novel Don’t Cry Wolf. The prologue sucks you right in with Deputy Matthew Prescott being called on site of the unfortunate death of the wife and daughter when they were involved in a horrible car accident. After the events of that devastating nigh,t Prescott is reassigned to detective duty with the assignment of dealing with the issues of wolfs and the mysterious murder that’s correlated with their presence.
This book is filled with suspense and unexpected twists and turns. I enjoyed reading a book based in the Montana country and found it invigorating to read about a topic I am interested in. Like many of Poulson’s books, the ending was rather easy to predict, but the book was an exciting read from cover to cover.
Of all the Clair Poulson’s book I have read, I will say this has been one of my favorites and I would recommend it to anyone.
By John, Submitted on 2015-02-25
The book is just average. But the gentleman that reads the book for the CD is not very good. He reads so fast that at times he almost slurs his words. He is very annoying to listen to.
By Cindy, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I really enjoyed this book. I couldn't put it down until I finished it!
By Kelly, Submitted on 2015-02-25
A little more predictable than some of his other books, but he is still one of my favorites.
By Ramona, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I really enjoyed his book. Loved that they had horses in the book. Definitely a great read.
By Kyle, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This book is an amazing read and keeps your attention the whole way through. The story line has you wondering up until the very end!
By Laura, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I think it is one of his best so far! I did guess right who was behind everything just about from the beginning. But enjoyed the ride.