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eBook Dead Hot Shot ePub

by Victoria Houston

  • ISBN: 0373266820
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: Victoria Houston
  • Publisher: Worldwide; August 2009 edition (2009)
  • ePub book: 1924 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1548 kb
  • Other: lrf docx lit rtf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 896

Description

Victoria Houston fishes and writes in northern Wisconsin. Visit ww. ictoriahouston. com for more information.

Victoria Houston fishes and writes in northern Wisconsin. Along with her critically acclaimed Loon Lake mystery series, she has written several non-fiction titles. For the minnows: Madeleine, Harry, Margaret

That’s enough of that, thought Osborne to himself, time to pay attention, watch where I’m walking-and try to avoid shooting my foot off.

That’s enough of that, thought Osborne to himself, time to pay attention, watch where I’m walking-and try to avoid shooting my foot off. He wished like hell he had Mike along. Could that dog flush birds or what?

by. Houston, Victoria, 1945-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

by. Mystery & Detective - Series, Mystery & Detective - Women Sleuths, Mystery & Detective - General, Fiction, Fiction - Mystery/ Detective, Mystery/Suspense, Ferris, Lewellyn (Fictitious character), Murder, Mystery fiction. Madison, Wis. : Bleak House Books. t on November 1, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

2 5 Author: Victoria Houston. or so Loon Lake learns one wintry Thanksgiving Day. Chief of Police Lew Ferris, short-handed thanks to an AWOL coroner, never even gets the turkey stuffed before the bodies start to surface.

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com User, 9 years ago. I'm enjoying this series of books about northern Wisconsin. I've been in that area many times.

Ninth in the Loon Lake Mysteries Murder never takes a holiday. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 9 years ago. The series main characters are believable and well developed. Even though this is a murder mystery it is still an easy read one. You don't have to worry about blood and guts all the way through the book. I do enjoy the fishing tips also.

We got your call for assistance, Chief Ferris, said a young deputy sheriff as he jumped from his car and ran towards Lew. Appreciate it.

Houston, Victoria opened his car door and reached into the back seat for the medical bag that he was now happy he’d forgotten to drop off at his house earlier. Lit by the headlights from four vehicles plus the back porch lights of neighbors on both sides, the parking lot for Mildred’s Food Shop and the old barn stood in relief against the November night.

Narrator Jennifer Van Dyck, By (author) Victoria Houston. Dead Hot Shot, ninth in the Loon Lake Mystery series, is a heady mix of murder, mayhem and fishing in the northwoods of Wisconsin. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Mystery paperback book. Setting is a small Wisconsin town. A Loon Lake Mystery.

Comments

Gri Gri
Victoria Houston's Loon Lake mystery series is first rate. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the books in the series. It's not necessary to read them in order, but you will lose a wonderful part of the books if you don't. This series is very much about the developing relationship between retired dentist Paul Osborne and Police Chief Lew Ferris, a strong independent woman who loves fly fishing. Because the Loon Lake police department is so small, she frequently deputizes both Osborne and his flaky neighbor Ray Pradt to help investigate murders. This device gives logical access to crime scenes, autopsy reports, etc. that many cozy mysteries lack, adding reality. I won't summarize the plot of Dead Hot Shot--it's well done in other reviews. The plots are logical, with well-placed clues but without graphic gore, violence, or sex. Characterization, even with the secondary characters, is always developed well. Fly-fishing background never becomes cloying (and I don't care one thing about fly-fishing). The physical setting is almost a character, and love of the lakes and woods of Wisconsin shines through the series. Highly recommended!!!
Macage Macage
I started with Dead Angler and here I am with Dead Hot Shot. I am somewhat disappointed. I still love the wonderful "Loon Lake" descriptions but the series has become too predictable. New plot, some new characters, but same old story. Added to that , Ms Houston seems to be adding more "language", ie, cursing. I choose to read clean books, and have enjoyed this series up to now. A little hanky lanky is not so bad, but I imagine the author will soon expand that also. It' a shame, but this is my last "Loon Lake" mystery.
Otiel Otiel
I've loved every book in this series! Houston crafts wonderful mysteries, complex and intriguing characters, and a plot line that keeps me up far later than I'd planned. But once I start one of her Loon Lake Mysteries, I can't stop until I've read the last page.
Dagdalas Dagdalas
I really enjoy all of the Loon Lake mysteries, look forward to the next one. Interesting characters and locations, always a treat.
Uthergo Uthergo
I love these books; this one is my 5th. I love the characters, the settings, the suspense of the story and the wonderful descriptions of the northern woods and lakes. I with these people were real; I would go visit.
Cezel Cezel
Good read, excellent seller.
Mr Freeman Mr Freeman
Victoria Huston is a pro
I LOVE this whole series, and wasn't disappointed with "Dead Hot Shot" at all....just the time it took for this book to be available for Kindle....Victoria Houston draws likable, believable people, warts and all...goodness and all. I can't wait until there's a next one.....and I don't even fish!!!