Midnight Come Again audiobook
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I have to say, it’s taken me 2 full years to return to Dana Stabenow and Kate Shugak because I was so distraught about the book preceding this one. I know it sounds silly to be “distraught” about a book but I felt a bit betrayed by the author for killing off a character I had grown to love. So, it was with trepidation that I read Midnight Come Again. I was not disappointed. The characters are familiar yet different. Just like in real life when we experience a tragedy, these characters also experienced a trauma and have changed. They have matured. Again, be prepared for some surprises that are not what a reader necessarily wants to see…likable characters are quickly developed and then gone but I am anxious to see what develops between the young pilot to be and Kate. I predict we will see this little girl again.
I didn’t race through this read as I often do with this author. I took my time. Once bitten twice shy. If you are a Kate Shugak fan (like me) then you will definitely enjoy this one. It’s a pretty different Kate…both in appearance and attitude. I’m back on the dog sled with Dana Stabenow now and mushing forward to the next book.
Midnight Come Again audiobook in series Kate Shugak Series
Just imagine yourself in a small fishing village in Alaska. There are cargo planes being loaded and unloaded day and night. Fishing boats are bringing in loads of fish and of course fishermen also. There are Russian fishing boats and lots of Russian sailors. Wait, are they really fishermen or is something sinister going on? Kate and Jim may stumble upon more trouble than they are ready for. Hold on tight. Sit back and enjoy a tale of suspenseful fiction. Fun for mystery fans and just a really good read.
Unlike a few of Ms. Stabenow’s books, this one is a keeper. I did find the first chapter boring and a bit of a turn-off because I kept wondering what in the heck happenings in Russia had to do with Kate in Alaska. This novel soon kept my interest, and there were a few pages that were so filled with tension I could feel my heartbeat accelerating. There are a number of very unsavory characters that want to permanently eliminate Kate and Jim. I experienced some sadness, anger, joy and a few laughs right alongside the characters.
The story was written in a way that I could picture the scenes in my mind, and almost wanted to hold my nose to keep out the smell of fish and sweaty bodies. I could almost feel the crunch of the gravel and the sound of footsteps when Kate or Jim had a temper tantrum and stormed out onto the the well-beaten unpaved streets and the gravel airport runway. There is a plane ride that makes the hair stand up and the skin prickle. Holding one’s breath might be an unanticipated reaction to Jim or Kate’s predicament.
This is a series that is probably best read in order. Hunter’s Moon is the previous book in the series; however, the author does a fair job of filling in the gaps for those that do not know the background on the characters.
Audiobook Midnight Come Again by Dana Stabenow
Audio Midnight Come Again narrated by Marguerite Gavin
I didn’t think I would be very interested in a story concerning the Russian Mafia, but Stabenow changed my mind. Although I missed reading about the folks back in Niniltna, the introduction to the people of Bering was a true joy. Jim Chopin has a prominent role here and the insights into his character are very reveling. I also enjoyed a surprising revelation concerning Kate’s grandmother, Ekaterina. The descriptions of Kate’s dog, Mutt (one of my favorite characters) are, as always, vivid and alive. A word of warning: if you are a big fan of the FBI, you should know that the two FBI agents in this story are not portrayed in a very favorable light. I have read all of Stabenow’s previous Kate Shugak mysteries, so it was easy for me to pick up where the story left off last time, but this probably isn’t where a reader new to the series should begin. For a true understanding of Kate, it would be best to start at the beginning (A Cold Day For Murder). It was easy getting into this story and it held my attention throughout. The ending was spectacular.
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Kate Shugak is missing. The gutsy, female, Aleut PI is trying to recover from the death of her soulmate, Jack. She runs away to Bering where she joins the ground crew of a small airline. Jim Chopin, a state trooper who has worked on several cases with Kate, is asked to find her and to uncover a Russian smuggler who is operating in Alaska. In one of those wonderful coincidences which only happen in novels, Jim finds both Kate and the Russian. Kate is in a state of apathy, but finally her investigative instincts rise to the surface and she begins to check into a scheme which seems to connect the Russians with a local banker and a local politician. As always, this book has the splendor of Alaska as a background. It’s interesting to read the first part of the book through Chopper Jim’s eyes and to see his character developed a bit more.
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