November's Past

November's Past

The job of criminal investigator in a rural Florida county is never easy, but it’s even harder when your father is the sheriff.

When Larry Macklin investigates the murder of a mutilated stranger, the search for the victim’s identity intersects with an arson investigation. The common thread is a small group of people who were in high school together in the ’70s, including Larry’s own father. Before Larry can rule any of them out as the killer, one of them turns up dead.

Why is the murderer targeting this particular group? What past secrets could be worth killing for now? Larry is running out of time and suspects, and his search for the truth may make him the next victim.

Title:November's Past
Edition Language:English
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    November's Past Reviews

  • Tulay

    Entertaining mystery.Loved Larry Macklin character and this author's writing style. Grabbed me from the beginning, couldn't put it down. Back in the 70's life was really hard for the certain groups, w...

  • Bark

    This was my IRL book meeting book choice for Monday's meeting. Not next Monday, the Monday that just passed us by. Oops, I forgot to buy and read it in time and now we're on to the 2nd one! I'll get g...

  • Marleen

    Altogether not a bad read, but not an outstanding one either. My main takeaway is that this is a story about grown men with Daddy issues - albeit being a mystery, more or less. Even the protagonist, D...

  • Linda Strong

    Larry Macklin is a criminal investigator in a small rural Florida county. This is not what he wants to do the rest of his life … but his father is the Sheriff. And daddy wants son to follow his foot...

  • Kathy

    Note to Self: (another kindle unlimited offering not for me)very simple...father is the sheriff in FL, son investigator under him....series of murders/arson in small community - connection to when his...

  • Jim

    Adams County (near Tallahassee) Deputy Sheriff Larry Macklin begins , "November's Past", describing himself as "A crappy detective, no a crappy investigator". Really a weird way to start out a crime t...

  • Scott Mitchell

    Good debutVery good story. Deputy Macklin is a very likable and smart cop. Good mystery, characters are interesting and believable. Bring on book 3!!!...

  • Beth

    oh my goodness, 11 books in this series, wow wee that is awesome for folks like me who loved this book!! i am a newbie to A.E. Howe, i love me a great mystery! such an amazing group of characters. Mau...

  • Lady Delacour

    Unfortunately, this storydid not connect with me. Listened with TTSClean with Foul Language....

  • P.

    November started out fine: plain, simple writing, decent main character, ok ensemble, not great but ok. There were a few quirks early that dragged me away from the story as the somewhere in his late 2...