Copperhead Cove

Copperhead Cove The stillness of the warm Kentucky afternoon on Copperhead Cove is shattered by the echo of a high powered rifle sending the birds flying and two famous college basketball coaches to a watery grave

  • Title: Copperhead Cove
  • Author: Ron Parham
  • ISBN: 9781940222936
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • The stillness of the warm, Kentucky afternoon on Copperhead Cove is shattered by the echo of a high powered rifle, sending the birds flying and two famous college basketball coaches to a watery grave Their fishing guide, Bo Paxton, becomes collateral damage, thrashing through the murky waters of Quail Hollow Lake, fighting for his life while a mob enforcer hunts him down,The stillness of the warm, Kentucky afternoon on Copperhead Cove is shattered by the echo of a high powered rifle, sending the birds flying and two famous college basketball coaches to a watery grave Their fishing guide, Bo Paxton, becomes collateral damage, thrashing through the murky waters of Quail Hollow Lake, fighting for his life while a mob enforcer hunts him down, beginning a life and death manhunt for Bo and a marked member of the Chicago mob.Bo s brother, Ethan Paxton, and his private eye friend, Jake Delgado, both from far away California, search the unfamiliar environs of the Kentucky hill country for Bo, with the doomed wannabe mobster in tow In a race against time and the Chicago mob, they battle an unforgiving lake, thunderstorms and poisonous snakes, all with the local sheriff and the FBI hot on their trail Bo s fate will lie with whomever finds him first.

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    • Wendy says:

      In "Copperhead Cove" Ron Parham sweeps the reader into the chilling world of crime, murder and mobsters. The story begins with a mob hit in a cove on Quail Hollow Lake where Bo Paxton has taken two well-known basketball coaches fishing. When the fishing guide and the two celebrities don't return and the search party doesn't find a boat or any bodies, Bo's wife enlists the help of his brother Ethan Paxton, a man who dealt with the abduction of his daughter two years earlier.With the help of his f [...]

    • Melody says:

      An interesting read. Different from my normal everyday book but this one is wonderful. I understand that Rob is bringing back his characters some of the characters from the first in the series, Molly's Moon. However, the book stands very well on it's own. In this book we find Ethan, Jake, and Bo fighting the Chicago Mob, local cops, and well life in the backwoods of Kentucky.It is an exciting read, that will keep you up to see how it turns out. I hope that we see more of Ethan Paxon and his frie [...]

    • Rabbit Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines! says:

      Disclaimer: I received this book for free from netgalley in exchange for a review.I did not finish this book, only getting 30% in before quitting.The characters had absolutely no depth, wooden, and very stereotypical.The book felt like it needed another round or two of editing, but that could have been a conversion issue when made into an ebook arc.

    • Rod says:

      What really impressed me with "Copperhead Road" not often can you pick up a novel and the first 10 lines have you interested I found the Story unfolded quickly while maintaining a page turning feel to it.we saw with good early character building.The Author puts you right into high suspense and that keeps going till the end.It will be good to read 'Molly's Moon'

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