When a well respected truck driver, the owner of a family trucking business, is found dead in his truck down a steep embankment along the Coquihalla highway that winds through the mountains in British Columbia, his distraught daughter wants to know how and why he died. Hunter Rayne, a fellow trucker and retired RCMP detective with daughters of his own, is compelled to help her find answers.
As he uncovers signs of illegal cross border activity originating in a Seattle warehouse, Hunter recruits an old friend, an outlaw biker, to infiltrate what appears to be an international smuggling ring. But while Hunter follows up clues and waits for critical information from his old friend, the wily biker starts to play his own angles.
Finally, putting all the pieces together, there in the dark on the same uphill curve on the Coquihalla highway, Hunter risks it all to confront the murderer.
Slow Curve on the Coquihalla is the first in a traditional mystery series featuring "semi-" professional sleuth, Hunter Rayne. After serving over 20 years in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and becoming a skilled detective, Hunter resigned from the force and took to the road as a long haul trucker. His ex-wife is convinced he is running away from the personal tragedy that made him leave a job he loved. Hunter himself doesn’t know why, he only knows he has to keep following the white lines.
What readers are saying about the Hunter Rayne highway mysteries:
"Those were the best mysteries I've read in a long time!! As soon as I finished the first one I bought the second and felt empty when I finished it! The characters were awesome and so there that I somehow think they are in my life."
"I think that Hunter Rayne would make a great TV detective, driving around the country in his rig visiting different states and helping to solve crimes. He is that interesting of a character."
"The Hero to me is the heart of the story ..."
"I hope to see the Hunter Rayne series become movies and audio books."
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Slow curve on the Coquihalla.
Enjoyed the several twists and turns, hard time putting it down. Some interesting characters.
Slow Curve on the Coquihalla
On man have I enjoyed these books! I watch the show highway through hell on the weather channel. This show has different cities they talk about. So these same cities are mentioned in slow curve. Through these books it’s almost like I’ve been there before. The book make sense to me because I can visualize it. Oh thank you so much for the fun I’ve had. Wonderful books great story line besides I drove truck for several years! Live the books thanks k.
Slow Curve on the Coquihafla
I really found this book enjoyable reading and never wanted to put it down. characters we're quite interesting and mystery challenging.