A Night Too Dark audiobook
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Have loved this series since I started it. This latest has a good plot, in par, as always, t due to the setting. Plot connected to what is going on in the U.S. now, as well as an interesting continuation with a former character who is now dead. Plots, , characters, setting make this book a satisfying read. Author has grown a lot since the early books. I have learned so much about Alaska, the people, the land and animals, the ways people live. Good bonus.
A Night Too Dark audiobook in series Kate Shugak Series
Another excellent mystery packed with Alaska lore, history, adventure, and the smart private investigator/Aleut native/Park rat that is Kate Shugak. Here she becomes more adept at being chair of the Niniltna Native Association after studying Roberts Rules. Her half wolf/half dog Mutt is as much fun and protective as always. The gold, discovered during the previous novel, promises to be one of the the biggest mines in the world. The Park and much of Alaska is changing and environmental concerns impact Kate and her friends. Kate again puts herself in danger as she solves a horrific and tangled murder mystery and the story ends on a sad note as we lose a long-time Park resident. On to number 18!
Audiobook A Night Too Dark by Dana Stabenow
I love all the Kate Shugak novels. I read this a while back, but I can assure you that if you like learning about Alaska, cherish character development and love a rip roaring adventure, you can’t go wrong with any of Stabenow’s Kate Shugak series. I read them in order though, to get the full impact because there is a chronology to them.
I like Dana Stabenow as an author. Her plots drag you in, & her characters are believable, & after a few books seem like family. Reading them in sequence gave me (a former Alaskan) a nice feel for the flow of history, both past & recent. Any of her books are well worth reading.
Audio A Night Too Dark narrated by Marguerite Gavin
Another excellently written mystery featuring all the now beloved characters created by Dana Stabenow. Kate Shugak is once again a private investigator extraordinaire. The book is filled with low key humor, lots of Alaska references and makes the reader wish they were a Park Rat. It is loosely based o events that happen all the time in the frozen north state Readers can read about Chuitna, Prince William Sound and the effects of money winning over natural resources in many non-fiction tomes if interested. Alaska IS our last clean wilderness. Let’s keep some of it pristine for future generations.
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Theres not a bad word i can say about Dana Stabenow’s books they are all good. I began reading Dana’s books quite by accident. I was into Daniel Steel at the time and i thought i was picking up a Daniel Steele book at the library. I read it and went on to read lots more. If you are fascinated by the Alaskan wilderness you will love her books this one i read twice.
An abandoned car is found containing a suicide note. But where is the driver in this remote location of Alaska? Don’t worry because Private Investigator Kate Shugak is on the case and she will solve this mystery.
I was looking at the Amazon Kindle daily deal one day and saw this author’s books reduced to 99p. I have not come across Dana Stabenow before and as her books are in the crime/mystery/thriller genre, I thought I would try one of her novels. The Kate Shugak series runs to 21 novels, so which should I choose? Well I thought at 99p a go, lets have a Fiver’s worth of her most recent. This is why I chose book 17 as my Kate Shugak starting point.
A Night Too Dark can be read as a stand-alone and I believe that all her novels in this series are stand-alones. I did not think that anything was missing by jumping in at book 17. There is not tonnes of back story to study, just find the driver.
I enjoyed reading A Night Too Dark, it is lovely being able to travel in your mind to another country during the current coronavirus pandemic. I loved all the descriptions of remote areas in Alaska and the explanations of the culture with the diverse ethnic mix of the population. There were lots of local North American words and consumer brand names that I am not familiar with but British readers are still able to enjoy and understand this book. The local lingo and brands added to my feeling of being away – a cosy escape from Covid-19.
I liked the lead character Kate Shugak and her dog, a half husky, half wolf called Mutt. The plot of A Night Too Dark is complex and quite involved. I liked the way the story developed and how Kate’s private life was included. I liked how the reader was getting the bigger picture about everything that was going on at the same time and not just a simple, find the missing driver quest. Kate started digging and there was a lot more to this story than an abandoned car. I thought this novel had a good plot and I was pleased there was a little romance too.
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