Wednesday, February 2, 2011

It's once again time to join Jill at Breaking the Spine for her weekly Wednesday Meme "Waiting on Wednesday" and this week I am picking the new Chelsea Cain book, coming out in March - Night Season

Editorial Reviews
From Publishers Weekly
With serial killer Gretchen Lowell locked up, Archie Sheridan can concentrate on more pressing issues, like the Willamette River threatening to overflow its banks, in Cain's fine fourth thriller to feature the Portland, Ore., detective. When a body turns up at an amusement park, Archie thinks it's just another drowning, until the coroner finds a puncture wound. The case becomes a murder investigation when similar marks are found on other recent victims thought to have succumbed to the Willamette's rising waters. Meanwhile, reporter Susan Ward is writing a piece on a skeleton uncovered at the site of what was once Vanport, a town destroyed by a flood in 1948. She tags along with Archie's team as they try to pinpoint not only the killer's motive but also his bizarre toxin. Cain easily weaves the history of the real-life Vanport flood with her trademark heart-stopping moments, and fans will be pleased to see the series flourishing without Gretchen on every page. 150,000 first printing. (Mar.)
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nomadreader (Carrie) said...

I read this one late last year and liked it. I hope you do too!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

I've read all the books in this series (mostly audio version) and am so looking forward to this one as well.

Ladybug said...

I've never heard of this series before but I'm guessing it is good since you're waiting for the fourth book :)

I've just recently discovered that I actually enjoy crime/thriller/mystery novels.

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Night Season sounds interesting.