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|Epub ♽ A Cold Day For Murder (Kate Shugak #1) ⚔ Kate Shugak Returns To Her Roots In The Far Alaskan North, After Leaving The Anchorage D.A S Office Her Deductive Powers Are Definitely Needed When A Ranger Disappears Looking For Clues Among The Aleutian Pipeliners, She Begins To Realize The Fine Line Between Lies And Loyalties Between Justice Served And Cold Murder.


10 thoughts on “A Cold Day For Murder (Kate Shugak #1)

  1. Luffy Luffy says:

    I should have guessed who the criminal was That s because in the first book of a long running series, it is always a near or dear who commits the crime.Dana Stabenow has certainly captivated my attention I ve never read so much descriptiveness in a book under 300 pages I m sure I ll follow a few of the sequels and see if the quality really holds up.I recommend this book Its flashbacks, necessary an evil as they are, do not bog down the book, and this setting reminds me of the simple but clas I should have guessed who the criminal was That s because in the first book of a long running series, it is always a near or dear who commits the crime.Dana Stabenow has certainly captivated my attention I ve never read so much descriptiveness in a book under 300 pages I m sure I ll follow a few of the sequels and see if the quality really holds up.I recommend this book Its flashbacks,...


  2. Robert Robert says:

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  3. Veronica Veronica says:

    I listened to the audiobook version which is narrated by the wonderful Marguerite Gavin I think that helped me to like thisthan if I had read it myself The characters were mostly interesting and or quirky and making the heroine an Aleut woman gave some insight into the culture of the native Alaskan People The story itself felt a little long winded and overly descriptive at times however and I found my mind wanderingthan once I don t really want a play by play account of how the h I listened to the audiobook version which is narrated by the wonderful Marguerite Gavin I think that helped me to like thisthan if I had read it myself The characters were mostly interesting and or quirky and...


  4. Lewis Weinstein Lewis Weinstein says:

    This is the first of Dana Stabenow s novels that I ve read, and I think the first she wrote I almost stopped about half way through but I m glad I didn t After a long period of introducing characters and the Alaska locale, with a plot going nowhere, the pace did pick up and the story became interesting Not fantastic, but interesting There is some good writing with relaxed and amusing observations, but there are also segments where the writing just tri...


  5. Yodamom Yodamom says:

    3.8 starsWonderful first book in a series, I am hooked Alaskan setting, tough Alaskan woman with scars, fab dog wolf sidekick, and snarky side characters all wrapped around a decent story Ding ding winner The cast in this story are offbeat, and maybe a touch crazy, which makes them evenenjoyable to get to know I have a favorite snarky character Bobby, you have to meet this guy I want him to be my neighbor, we could get in trouble D If you are looking for a murder mystery series to 3.8 starsWonderful first book in a series, I am hooked Alaskan setting, tough Alaskan woman with scars, fab dog wolf sidekick, and snarky side characters all wrapped around a decent story Ding ding winner The cast in this story are offbeat, and maybe a touch crazy, which makes them evenenjoyable to get to know I have a favorite snarky character Bobby, you have to meet th...


  6. Sushi (寿司) Sushi (寿司) says:

    Sinceramente non ne vale la pena Troppe descrizioni inutili Cio le descrizioni vanno pure bene ma molte sembrano solo riempitive per allungare il libro Per fortuna era in offerta e non l ho pagato a prezzo pieno Far un pensiero sul secondo se sar in offerta al momento altrimenti passo.Dopo aver letto alcuni commenti su Anobi...


  7. Lightreads Lightreads says:

    Kate Shugak is an Alaskan Aleut living in an arctic national park, a former investigator for the Alaska District Attorney, and now something of a freelancer To paraphrase the nonfictional Kate who pointed me in the direction of these books, Kate Shugak is wounded and intense and competent, unimpressed with anyone s self importance, hard to drag away from her cabin and her kitchen and her half wolf half deaf companion, Mutt And she also solves crime.Oh, lovely These tiny novels evoke Alaska wi Kate Shugak is an Alaskan Aleut living in an arctic national park, a former investigator for the Alaska District Attorney, and now something of a freelancer To paraphrase the nonfictional Kate who pointed me in the direction of these books, Kate Shugak is wounded and intense and competent, unimpressed with anyone s self importance, hard to drag away from her cabin and her kitchen and her half wolf half deaf companion, Mutt And she also solves crime.Oh, lovely These tiny n...


  8. The Pirate Ghost (Formerly known as the Curmudgeon) The Pirate Ghost (Formerly known as the Curmudgeon) says:

    1.Plot Kate Shugak left the DA s office over a year ago after a bust went bad She d gone to the home of a child abuser and come out with her throat slashed, leaving the man s body gutted on the floor behind her She d resigned from the D.A s stable of investigators by pinning her letter to the door with the knife she d used to take out the bad man For fourteen month s she stays away from town, living in the rugged Alaska wilderness She makes do by leading tours every now and then and pick 1.Plot Kate Shugak left the DA s office over a year ago after a bust went bad She d gone to the home of a child abuser and come out with her throat slashed, leaving the man s body gutted on the floor behind her She d resigned from the D.A s stable of investigators by pinning her letter to the door with the knife she d used to take out the bad man For fourteen month s she stays away from town, living in the rugged Alaska wilderness She makes do by leading tours every now and th...


  9. Ingrid Ingrid says:

    I enjoyed this book very much Loved reading about Alaska and its people I like Kate Shugak a lot so I look forward to readingabout her.


  10. Cynthia Cynthia says:

    Having won a copy of Though Not Dead through the Goodreads First Reads program and loved it , I decided to go back to the beginning and allow myself to be introduced to Kate Shugak good and proper What can I say I am in love with Dana Stabenow and her creation, Kate Shugak Kate is an Alaskan native in every sense of the word She can trace her Aleutian roots deep into the Alaskan soil and ice She is living in a homestead cabin in the Park, away from civilization, with only her half wolf hal Having won a copy of Though Not Dead through the Goodreads First Reads program and loved it , I decided to go back to the beginning and allow myself to be introduced to Kate Shugak good and proper What can I say I am in love with Dana Stabenow and her creati...