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So Sure of Death: Liam Campbell Mysteries Series, Book 2 | [Dana Stabenow]

So Sure of Death: Liam Campbell Mysteries Series, Book 2

Three relatively quiet months have passed since Trooper Liam Campbell was assigned to the remote post of Newenham. It all changes when a local fishing boat is discovered scuttled and adrift - its crew of seven dead in circumstances that can't be accidental - and Wy stumbles into a murder scene at an archaeological dig. Cultures collide as the community must deal with too many outside distractions.
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Three relatively quiet months have passed since Trooper Liam Campbell was assigned to the remote post of Newenham. It all changes when a local fishing boat is discovered scuttled and adrift - its crew of seven dead in circumstances that can't be accidental - and Wy stumbles into a murder scene at an archaeological dig. Cultures collide as the community must deal with too many outside distractions.

©1999 Dana Stabenow (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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    Sharon in Surrey Vancouver, Canada 03-10-14
    Sharon in Surrey Vancouver, Canada 03-10-14 Member Since 2002

    Old Broad with Keyboard

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    "Hell in a Hick Alaskan Town"
    If you could sum up So Sure of Death in three words, what would they be?

    Murder Mystery Misery


    What was one of the most memorable moments of So Sure of Death?

    I burst out laughing when the Trooper is invaded in his small bunk by two women & a kid. Did I mention the bunk is in a tiny soggy fishing boat that's slowly sinking into the harbour??


    Which scene was your favorite?

    The Trooper, who is phobic about airplanes, riding the pontoon of a seaplane & jumping off to capture a murder suspect riding an ATV.


    Any additional comments?

    A good story about small town life in the back woods of Alaska with all it's inbred problems & racial misunderstandings. The author doesn't side with either culture but treats them both with dignity, humor & realism.

    4 of 5 people found this review helpful
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    Mike Murphy Switzerland 01-27-14
    Mike Murphy Switzerland 01-27-14

    Long term book junkie only recently addicted to audio books. Now my iPod and I are inseparable.

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    "2 mysteries, character insights and rapid action"

    I liked Liam Campbell a little better in this book than in the first. I think there is hope for his redemption after all. It was refreshing to see that the pain Liam and Wy caused through their affair is not glossed over and continues to have an impact on not just their behaviour but their sense of who they are. Meeting Liam's father helped round him out and the addition of another trooper to the post gave a more realistic context for assessing him.

    Dana Stabenow delivers two murder mysteries to move the plot along this time - a whole family killed on a fishing boat and a researcher killed at an archaeological dig. Both are well thought through, with multiple who-dunnit candidates and good local colour but for me Stabenow's strength lies in her willingness and ability to make me feel the emotional weight of the extinction of a whole family.

    On the whole this remains a light, enjoyable read, with lots of jumping out of planes and on to boats and ruining of uniforms at a brisk pace. There are moments of introspection that make the action matter more and there is a continuous and skilful development of my knowledge of the local cast of characters that promises to build the books into a rich world rather than just a series of solved murders.

    I'm looking forward to reading the next one.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful
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