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Stabenow, Dana

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Award-winning author Dana Stabenow is best known for her Kate Shugak mysteries set in her home state of Alaska.

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M Knego - 05:01pm Jan 5, 2000 PST(#4 of 14)

I've read and loved them all.....but Hunter's Moon (the last) made me so angry at the end that I will wait a long time before I read another.

Janis Noonan - 08:33am Jan 7, 2000 PST(#5 of 14)

I am still angry with the end and it has been quite a while since I finish the book. I quess I'll read the next one when it comes out next year-Tailspin-only because she has a good track record with me, I'll let her have the one mistake. I'm still furious with Kat Kijewski and that has been a real long time.


Lori Gardner - 10:59am Apr 9, 2000 PST(#6 of 14)

DS, why did you end Hunter's Moon in such a heartwrenching way??? I couldn't believe it was true. I certainly hope this is not repeated in the Campbell/Chouinard Series. Even so, I really enjoyed all of the books in both series. The Alaskan setting is such a refreshing change, compared to so many of the other writers who have only heard of California.

Anita - 08:29pm Apr 10, 2000 PST(#7 of 14)

I just finished "Hunter's Moon" and was saddened at the end. Really though, if she and Joe had co-habitated it would have been the end of her as a woman who could make it, on her own terms. How Stabnow is going to get in the teenage boy left in Kate's care will be something to see. Kate can be self suffcient and still be a "mother" but not a lover. Ummm?

Denise Walker - 08:48am Apr 14, 2000 PST(#8 of 14)

I just got Fire and Ice. I will be reading it this weekend. I went ahead and ordered the next one. I hope this is a good series.

Janis Noonan - 07:02am Apr 24, 2000 PST(#9 of 14)

Has anyone heard anything about Midnight Come Again? I think it is due out in May 2000.

sandy Nolfi - 06:39pm Apr 24, 2000 PST(#10 of 14)

Janis - I read Midnight Come Again. (Barnes & Noble) It was a terrific followup to Hunter's Moon. If you've ever lost anyone that you loved dearly, you can appreciate the depth of despair that Kate is going through. Don't think you can come away thinking she's moved on and everything is "all wrapped up". This is at least a trilogy. (in my humble opinion).

I just wish that it wouldn't be another year before the next installment. Of course, the new Liam Campbell comes out in the fall. I'm already waiting for that one.

I feel her(Dana Stabenow's) books can be read several times. The development of characters, suspense, location, and even humor is so rich you can re--read them and catch different things every time. Not every author has that kind of talent.

She took alot of grief over Hunter's Moon, but refer back to my previous statement. She writes fiction, and yet everyone thought they lost a REAL person when Jack died. That's talent.

I urge everyone to give Midnight Come Again a read. I really feel you won't be disappointed.

Janis Noonan - 10:48am May 14, 2000 PST(#11 of 14)

She reedemed herself with Midnight Come Again, remembered to have the Kleenex around, too.


Diana Gotsch - 05:05am Aug 1, 2000 PST(#12 of 14)

Just finnished Midnight Come Again. Very good. I also like the expanding of the character Jim. nice to see Kate through someone elses eyes.

Diane Jean - 01:32am Feb 26, 2001 PST(#13 of 14)

Just finished ib Nothing Gold Can Stay, the third Liam Campbell book and the first I've read by Ms Stabenow. This book packed a lot in, sweeping majestic and yet detailed scenery that makes the Alaskan Bush come alive for this "Outsider", a compelling relationship between Alaskan State Trooper Liam Campbell and Wy Chouinard bush-pilot and adoptive mother to teenaged Tim, wonderfully interesting secondary characters in the bartending magistrate Bill and her tai-chi practicing shaman live-in Moses, some moral questioning about the difference between the letter of the law and the spirit of the law, and a series of murders that keeps the book moving quickly. And Ms Stabenow acknowledges her readers of ib Hunter's Moon on page 11. I definately will now seek out the other books she has written. This was a thoroughly satisfying book and I highly recommend it.

Gwenette Wiggins - 05:35pm Mar 13, 2013 PST(#14 of 14)

Hello Dana, I've read your Kate Shugak books many times. You are at the top of my favorit aurther list. Just finished Bad Blood and have to agree with many fans that I really don't want Kate OR Mutt to die. PLEASE, PLEASE don't make us wait too long for the noxt Kate book. Is it true there will be a TV serise? I live in Texas, will we see it here? When and where? Thanks for the many hours of pleasurable reading. Gwenette

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