Reviewer calls Virtanen novel ‘absorbing’
Elizabeth Floyd Mair calls Michael Virtanen’s novel The River’s Tale “absorbing” in the Sunday edition of the Albany Times Union.
“This absorbing crime novel focuses on Alison Reade, who flees an obsessive ex-boyfriend by abandoning a teaching assistantship at a college in New York City and heading for a remote cabin in the Adirondacks to live with a beloved aunt. Soon, however, she finds that even the deep wilderness isn’t as safe as she had hoped,” Mair writes.
Mair gave top billing to The River’s Tale in a round-up of recently published regional books. Click here to read the full article.