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Dead in the Water audiobook

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Review #1

Dead in the Water audiobook free

I have been buying this author ‘s books one at an time: I will switch now, and get all the rest of the Kate Shugat books available. I NEED to see what this woman does next.
The characters are vibrant, deeply colored with the darkest colors in the spectrum, unless they play only minor roles – those characters may be pastel, or even merely outlines. The author is expert at determining which level of detail to add to best fill the story.
There is the main trope, visible at the start, and there are subplots, some only visible as the series progresses – this series is very much a “one book leads to the next and involves the past” thing, IF you want the full effect. You could read them alone, but it would not be as strong.
Beautiful.

Review #2

Dead in the Water audiobook in series Kate Shugak Series

This mystery focuses on the crab boats in the Aleuts. Two young men disappeared on a crabbing trip when they went to the island of Annua. Months later, Kate is hired to find their bodies and how they died. The dangerous conditions on a crab boat are mechanical, meteorological, and murderous mankind. I enjoyed this book because Kate learns more about her culture–basket weaving and storyknife telling. Also these books have an amount of history of the part Alaska played in history from Civil War to World War II. It shows you how much you are NOT taught in school.

Review #3

Audiobook Dead in the Water by Dana Stabenow

I got this for a friend who has just started reading the Kate Shugak novels. This one was not available from any of the libraries in our library system. She really didn’t want to skip over one, so I was happy to find this for a pretty reasonable price. It was in pretty good condition, and I was pleased with the whole purchase. Oh, yeah, the Kate Shugak novels are great. I have read them all, and just recently introduces them to my best friend. She is hiked as well!

Review #4

Audio Dead in the Water narrated by Marguerite Gavin

The whole series is 22 books, very well worth the reading. Hope there are more to come, but looks like Kate and her friends are no longer detectives, but running a school. In any case, if you have not read this series, which takes place in Alaska, you are in for a treat. Start with number one and go through because each book relates to what happens in the previous book or books, so do not read them out of order. Google Dana Stabenow and you will get the books in order.

Review #5

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Dana Stabenow’s Kate Shugak series has fast become one of my favorite mystery series of all time, and I’ve only finished the third book in the series, Dead in the Water. This book finds Kate on a crabbing ship, the Avilda, in the Bering Sea, not because she has a new job, but because Jack has asked her to go aboard as a crew member in order to find out what happened to two other crew members who disappeared several months ago.

The book starts out with a very exciting scene with the ship rolling about in stormy seas, and with Kate having to do such heavy work with no food and no sleep for quite a while. Knowing Kate, she’ll do what she has to in order to prove herself, and in front of a male crew, she won’t give up. She is fortunate enough to have for a bunkmate, Andy Pence, who is a vegetarian and a practitioner of yoga. He is a very humorous character and I really loved his presence in this book a lot.

There is a lot of information on the Aleutian Islands and their part in WWII, and also more of the native Aleut culture. I also learned a lot about the crabbing business and about the different kinds of crabs. We don’t get to see Mutt in this book, or Kate’s other friends, but new ones such as Andy appear. The one thing that I do think that Dana Stabenow is so good at is her descriptions of the land, and also what the sea looked like at different times and she explains in the introduction that she was on a boat similar to this for a long time in her younger days. I especially like the description of the island of Anua.

Auntie Olga is a fascinating character who Kate gets to know, also. Her customs and the fact that some of them are completely disappearing is sad.

Kate really takes the plunge to solve this mystery, and for me it was a very satisfying ending and a very enjoyable book.



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