Dupuis’s diverting debut introduces Laura Reagan, a cryptozoological investigator… Laura has enough substance to suggest she can sustain a series.
Brilliant … indeed an excellent book.
Maureen Jennings, author of the Murdoch Mystery series
With Roanoke Ridge, J.J. Dupuis gives us a mystery centering around that primal human need to believe that something is out there. The book is mischievous, zany, and fast-paced, and it skewers our pop-culture lust the whole way through.
Jeff Parker, author of Where Bears Roam the Streets
A fun, engaging read, written with lots of informed insider insight on a fascinating field — and with some neat cameos from the real world of Sasquatch research and investigation.
Dr. Darren Naish, palaeozoologist, University of Southampton
[Roanoke Ridge] is fast, enjoyable, layered in information culled on the subject matter, and its descriptions lead me through locations that seem hauntingly familiar.
The Mind Reels
A mystery mixed with crime and cryptozoology, readers looking for a novel that is heavy on nature will appreciate Roanoke Ridge.
Cloud Lake Literary