Bomber's Moon is Archer Mayor's latest entry in the Joe Gunther series and it may be his best yet.
Two young women, an investigative reporter and a private investigator, work together--around and sometimes against Joe Gunther and his VBI cops--in an attempt to connect the murders of a small town drug dealer, a smart, engaging, fatally flawed thief, and the tangled, political, and increasingly dark goings-on at a prestigious prep school.
While Gunther and the VBI set about solving the two murders, Sally Kravitz and Rachel Reiling combine their talents and resources to go where the police cannot, from working undercover at Thorndike Academy, to having secret meetings with criminals for their insider knowledge of parts of Vermont's illicit underbelly.
Archer Mayor has been a detective, a historian, a firefighter and EMT, and is currently a death investigator for Vermont’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. In his spare time, he writes the critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling Joe Gunther series. Bomber’s Moon is the 30th in the series and this will be Archer’s 26th visit to the bookstore!
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The murder of a small-time drug dealer snowballs into the most complex case ever faced by Joe Gunther and his VBI team.
It is said a bright and clear bomber’s moon is the best asset to finding one’s target. But beware what you wish for: What you can see at night can also see you. Often with dire consequences.
Joe Gunther and the VBI team are investigating a murder and an arson case—both potentially related to an outbreak of ebola.
The Vermont Bureau of Investigation (VBI) has been pulled onto three cases at the same time; meanwhile, VBI head Joe Gunther has to take time off to care for his ailing mother. Those cases are now in the hands of the individual investigators. Sammie Martens is assigned a murder case.
A forty-year-old skeleton is found encased in a concrete slab at a recently decommissioned nuclear energy site. It becomes a case for the Vermont Bureau of Investigation (VBI) and its leader, Joe Gunther, since they have the resources and the ability to investigate an old, very cold, missing persons case that has now been reclassified as murder.