Restless In The Grave
Publish date: February 14th 2012
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 373
Edition language: English
Series: Kate Shugak (#19)
Despite the gloomy title, Kate is having fun in "Restless In The Grave", even if she is constantly being beaten up and locked into confined spaces. Having freed herself from her duties as Chair of the board of the Niniltna Native Association, Kate grabs the chance to head out of town to carry out an...
I've been a fan of both the Kate and Liam series for years, now. I'm awed at how well Dana Stabenow keeps up her high standards. With Restless in the Grave I think you really need to have read most of the series to fully enjoy it. That said, the Alaskan setting is, as always, stunning.The characters...
I'd been looking forward to reading Restless in the Grave since I first heard that Kate and Liam would both be featured. It didn't disappoint. Central to this installment, of course, is a mystery that needed solving. The investigation began in Alaska Trooper Liam Campbell's town of Newenham, timed n...