Snaggle Tooth (A Patrick Flint Novel)

Snaggle Tooth (A Patrick Flint Novel)

When a plane crashes in the Bighorn Mountains, Patrick Flint embarks on a rescue mission he may not live to regret.

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About the Book

When a plane crashes in the Bighorn Mountains, Patrick Flint embarks on a rescue mission he may not live to regret.

“Best book I’ve read in a long time!” — Kiersten Marquet, author of Reluctant Promises

4.7-star series rating.

“A roller-coaster ride from the first page to the last!” — Merry, Amazon reader

Snaggle Tooth is the fifth book in the Patrick Flint series of thrilling mysteries, a spin-off from the What Doesn’t Kill You saga. Available in digital, print, and audiobook.

If you like C.J. Box or Craig Johnson, you will love USA Today Best Seller Pamela Fagan Hutchins’ Patrick Flint series. A former attorney, Pamela splits her time between Snoweresville, WY and Nowheresville, TX.

What Amazon readers are saying about the Patrick Flint Mysteries:

“A Bob Ross painting with Alfred Hitchcock hidden among the trees.”
“Edge-of-your seat nail biter.”
“Unexpected twists!”
“Wow! Wow! Highly entertaining!”
“A very exciting book (um… actually a nail-biter), soooo beautifully descriptive, with an underlying story of human connection and family. It’s full of action. I was so scared and so mad and so relieved… sometimes all at once!”
“Well drawn characters, great scenery, and a kept-me-on-the-edge-of-my-seat story!”
“Absolutely unputdownable wonder of a story.”
“Must read!”
“Gripping story. Looking for book two!”
“Intense!”
“Amazing and well-written read.”
“Read it in one fell swoop. I could not put it down.”

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