This is the first Sheriff Bo Tully book I've read.
In The Double-Jack Murders, an escaped psychopathic killer tires to kill Blight County, Idaho, Sheriff Bo Tully while Tully solves the 1927 murders of two prospectors.
This is a quick read, straight narrative (more so than any book I've read for a long time), and a simple story. That's what attracts me.
Tully's crew abounds with interesting characters. The book ends with a twist.
Patrick F. McManus isn't shy about leaving parts of the mystery unsolved. In a way, that seems natural. Life is like that.
So, I recommend the book.
I came to the book through a review on Lesa's Book Critiques.