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I have enjoyed all these books, decent writing, great characters, lots of information about Alaska. This is the most disappointing of all the books. Two story lines: Jack Morgans evil ex-wife and corruption among native and white officials. Way too much exposition about the history of various pieces of legislation and their effect on Alaskans. Pages and pages of it. Details and details. A bit too much exposition for a novel, more like preparations for a thesis. And the hard-to-believe end, that all these corrupt officials are going to stop what they are doing, because Kate Shugack says so? Hard to swallow.
The subplot involving Jack Morgan’s ex-wife gets ludicrous also. Kate Shugak steals the ex’s credit card info and runs up charges on it all over town, plus loads of mail-order stuff. Well, first of all, as an ex-cop like Kate would know, ATMs have cameras. People she bought things from using stolen credit cards know who she is. Ordering from L.L.Bean over the phone while ransacking someone’s office illegally at night and then being recognized while fleeing — well I think people could put that together as well and figure it out. “What do you mean someone ordered hundreds of dollars of stuff from L.L.Bean in the middle of the night from my office? Wait, what night was that? I know who that was and where she lives!”
Blood Will Tell audiobook in series Kate Shugak Series
Love the series
OK, I love the Kate Scugak series. I came here from the Loon lake series.
I love that Mutt, Kate’s Husky/wolf mix has conversations by sneezes, coughs, Woods and trowels.
The best point is in books 6 when Kate is dolled up for a party for an investigation… she is she is drooled over by every man on site. I loved it.
Audiobook Blood Will Tell by Dana Stabenow
The great thing about any sort of series is that if you enjoyed a part of it, there is still more waiting. Dana Stabenow’s Kate Shugak series is one of those that from the first will have you wanting more. As always, I would encourage the reader to get the full list and start with the first, “A Cold Day for Murder.” I think you will be hooked from the first chapter and it isn’t just because Kate is an Aleut women living in Alaska with a half wolf named Mutt for a companion. Which brings me to another of the main characters – Alaska. I’ve spent more time on Google Earth, pouring over maps, and following the Iditarod than I ever expected to. Now, 60 years later, I’m rereading “Call of the Wild.”
Kate’s story and that of her life in an Alaska park where she is the perfect “crime solver” now covers 20 books and like her many other followers, I’m eagerly awaiting the next. If you are a mystery lover and many are starting to seem “old hat”, The Kate Shugak series will be the perfect fix.
Audio Blood Will Tell narrated by Marguerite Gavin
This 6th installment of the Kate Shugak series is fascinating for its glimpse into both Native American politics and the two-edged sword of development of Alaska’s natural resources. Fleshing out the details of this content would have required a longer book and might have turned off more action-oriented readers; but I considered exploration of these topics a major strength. The downside of Kate’s latest adventure is multiple forays into criminal activity; and not of the “hero(ine) who can’t wait for the rules in the heat of the action” variety. This is systematic; and it comes off as childish personal malice. It is a sloppy way to wrap up the book’s subplot (Jack’s ongoing custody battle) and resolve the main plot; and it diminishes the stature of two popular characters. Three stars: good main plot and supporting content; bad guys/gals thwarted in their evil scheming; an ugly turn for law enforcement characters. I’ve come to expect more of Kate.
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Have read or listened to all 20+ books in the series, although have read them out of order as I could find them. Great series. This book was good. I didn’t feel the early ones in the series were as good as the later ones, but expect that is common with most authors. Kate Shugak is an interesting character. You want to know her, follow her through her investigations and various jobs in Alaska. The Alaskan culture, land and animals, people, are presented so well. Recommend the series.
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