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Tippets: McCafferty’s Fly Fishing Noir, Choosing a Reel

Keith McCafferty’s genre-bending Sean Stranahan mysteries, dubbed “fly-fishing noir” by some interviewers and reviewers, reveal the author’s passion for the sport and outdoors. “I just wrote what I wanted to write about and have been fortunate that it slotted into … more ?
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