About the Book
—THE DENVER POST
"Graham's clever tale is tailormade for those who prefer their mysteries under blue skies
"Description and dialogue balance to bring both the rounded characters and the Rocky Mountain setting alive in this tale of danger, death, and intrigue
Scott Graham has created a satisfying and suspenseful adventure."
"[Mountain Rampage] combines archaeology education, family relationships, outdoor adventure and taut mystery."
"Filled with murder and mayhem, jealousy and good detective workset against a stunning Colorado backdropMountain Rampage is an exciting, nonstop read. I look forward to more good tales from this talented author."
ANNE HILLERMAN, New York Times bestselling author of Spider Woman's Daughter
"In Mountain Rampage, Scott Graham delivers taut writing, solid plot twists, a cast of interesting characters, and an appealing protagonist both men and women will love. Get ready for a leaveyoubreathless high country southwestern adventure."
MICHAEL MCGARRITY, New York Times bestselling author of Hard Country and Backlands
"Move over Nevada Barrclean prose and confident storytelling combine to make Scott Graham's second Chuck Bender/National Park Mystery Series novel a mustread for fans of Western outdoor fiction and for mystery lovers everywhere."
CHUCK GREAVES, author of Hush Money, GreenEyed Lady, and The Last Heir
"In archaeologist Chuck Bender, Scott Graham has created a flawed, all-too-human, and memorable investigator who had me rooting for him to the end."
MARGARET COEL, author of Night of the White Buffalo
In the riveting second installment of the National Park Mystery Series, archaeologist Chuck Bender finds himself and his young wife and stepdaughters in the crosshairs of an unknown killer when he defends his brother-in-law from false accusations of murder in the brutal slaying of a resort worker in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Scott Graham is author of Canyon Sacrifice: A National Park Mystery and Extreme Kids, winner of the National Outdoor Book Award. He is an avid outdoorsman and amateur archaeologist who enjoys hunting, rock climbing, skiing, backpacking, mountaineering, river rafting, and whitewater kayaking with his wife, an emergency physician, and their two sons. Graham lives in Durango, Colorado.