The Laconic Lumberjack

The Laconic Lumberjack

Frank W. Butterfield / Jul 16, 2019

The Laconic Lumberjack It s just another Thursday morning in July of when the doorbell rings at Hartford Street and it s bad news Carter s father has been murdered in Georgia and the local sheriff has no intention

  • Title: The Laconic Lumberjack
  • Author: Frank W. Butterfield
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  • Page: 332
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  • It s just another Thursday morning in July of 1953 when the doorbell rings at 137 Hartford Street and it s bad news.Carter s father has been murdered in Georgia and the local sheriff has no intention of finding out who really did it.So, Nick and Carter borrow the first plane that Marnie, Nick s amazing secretary, can find for them and they zoom off back into the past to seIt s just another Thursday morning in July of 1953 when the doorbell rings at 137 Hartford Street and it s bad news.Carter s father has been murdered in Georgia and the local sheriff has no intention of finding out who really did it.So, Nick and Carter borrow the first plane that Marnie, Nick s amazing secretary, can find for them and they zoom off back into the past to see if they can uncover the truth of what really happened before the wrong man is convicted And, knowing the lay of the land under the moss covered oaks, Carter is pretty sure that the color of a man s skin will figure heavily in who takes the fall.In The Laconic Lumberjack, the best Nick can do is stand by Carter s side as he confronts an awful past, uncovers some surprising secrets, and deals with the unsavory reality of small town hypocrisy.In the end, Nick and Carter discover about themselves than they ever expected to find.

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      • Frank W. Butterfield

        Frank W Butterfield, not an assumed name, loves old movies, wise cracking smart guys with hearts of gold, and writing for fun.Although he worships San Francisco, he lives at the beach on another coast.Born on a windy day in November of 1966, he was elected President of his high school Spanish Club in the spring of 1983.After moving across these United States like a rapid fire pinball, he currently makes his home in a hurricane proof motel with superior water pressure that was built in 1947.While he hasn t met any dolphins personally, that invitation is always open.


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    1. This is the 4th book in the Nick Williams series and what a great read. In this book we find the husband & husband trying to get their lives back to normal after their latest adventure. Unfortunately, that's not gonna happen. Marnie and her mom drop by with bad news. Carter's father has been murdered ( Marnie's mom had arranged a reunion in a few weeks for mother & son) and Carter needs to get back to Albany, Georgia to not only to go the funeral, but help out his mom. Carter's father wa [...]


    2. The Laconic Lumberjack (Nick Williams Mystery #4)BY Frank W. ButterfieldBy the author, 20164.5 starsI really do love this ongoing series by Frank W. Butterfield, and have books 5 and 6 on my Kindle. Presented as the richest gay man in the world, Nick Williams is the rainbow Batman. Butterfield has taken care to capture the lingo, the material settings, and the overall atmosphere of 1950s America. A great deal of it is not pretty. Gay folk were people who lived in shadows, self-assigned to closet [...]



    3. I think this one is my favorite so far, taking place in a small town in Georgia. These books are just delightful.


    4. The Laconic Lumberjack is my favorite in the series thus far. (I’ve read 5 mysteries, plus the prequels.) Each book has something it does really well. This book has all of those things…plus some more. At the end of one particular chapter, I yelped with glee, having been caught by surprise and thoroughly tickled by what transpired. And that wasn’t the only time.The book is not all giggles cause it reaches into some serious stuff, but then again, life is like thatn't it? And while it fits ri [...]


    5. Dang-this was a good one.Thank you Frank W. Butterfield by having the courage to use for using your real name. I love your mystery series, I think, even more than that other mystery series by the he/she author.


    6. Getting BetterWith this book, characters are becoming more three-dimensional, plotting is less clunky, and the view if Nick's world in 1953 is richer in detail. The progression of these novels draws me into having new insight into a world so close yet so far away.


    7. A fun retro detective taleThese detective books are an entertaining look at Gay characters in a less than tolerant era. Diverting, fun, well told.


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