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Ine deals through her impetuous goddaughter Bernie Fouchard Bernie tries to rescue Lydia Zamir a famed singer songwriter now living on the streets; Zamir’s life fell apart when her lover was murdered next to her in a mass shooting at an outdoor concert Not only does Bernie plunge her and VI headlong into the path of some ruthless developers they lead to the murder of the young man Bernie is dating He’s a computer geek working for a community group called SLICKVI is desperate to find a mysterious man named Coop who roams the lake. I have read a number of the V I Warshawski series over the years This is book number 20 of the seriesThe book is well written Paretsky has a number of ongoing issues in the story such as corrupt politicians mental illness and of course a murder mystery Paretsky provides a trip around Chicago from the lakeside to the south side as well as a trip to Kansas The book has an array of interesting characters as well as her dogs Paretsky provides some humor as well as suspense to keep the reader’s attention If you are looking for a good get away from it all this is a book for youI read this as an audiobook downloaded from Audible The book is fifteen hours and thirty two minutes Susan Ericksen does an excellent job narrating the book Ericksen is a well known audiobook narrator who has won many awards

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Dead LandFront in the middle of the night with his dog She’s sure he holds the key to the mounting body count within SLICK Coop may even know why an international law firm is representing the mass murderer responsible for Lydia’s lover’s death Instead the detective finds a terrifying conspiracy stretching from Chicago’s parks to a cover up of the dark chapters in America’s meddling in South American politics Before she finds answers this electrifying novel pushes VI close to the breaking point People who pay to play take no prisone. It’s been a break of a few years since I followed a VI investigation Thanks to my Goodreads friend Sue for reminding me how enjoyable this series is Although the storyline is far fetched at times this is an intelligently written crime novel very exciting at times and the characters’ links with Chile’s Pinochet regime are really interesting Sara Paretsky clearly did her research in this respectAt the end the author acknowledges the impact the death of her husband has had on her I’m so glad she found the strength to continue writing and I’ll look forward to No 21 in the seriesWith thanks to NetGalley and Hodder Stoughton for a review copy

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Dead Land characters Ú PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ä Chicago’s legendary detective VI Warshawski knows her city’s rotten underbelly better than most but she’s unable to avoid it when her goddaughter drags her into a fight over lakefront land use in this propulsive novel from New York Times bestseller Sara ParetskyChicaChicago’s legendary detective VI Warshawski knows her city’s rotten underbelly better than most but she’s unable to avoid it when her goddaughter drags her into a fight over lakefront land use in this propulsive novel from New York Times bestseller Sara ParetskyChicago may be the city of broad shoulders but its political law is “Pay to Play” Money changes hands in the middle of the night and by morning buildings and parks are replaced by billion dollar projectsChicago PI VI Warshawski gets pulled into one of these clandest. Dead Land is the 20th book in the VI Warshawski series written by Sara Paretsky I began read these books nearly twenty years ago enjoying the balance between mystery thriller suspense and hard core crime novel Paretsky is never afraid to tackle difficult social topics and the mysteries are thoroughly complex and entertaining This one comes out in the next few weeks but I was lucky enough to get a copy via NetGalley earlier this year I'm glad I stuck with them as this is a really intricate and clever set of booksDead Land revolves around the mysterious disappearance and death of a few young adults who have a connection to Chile Kansas prairies and music VI our resident private investigator happens upon the missing girl when she takes cover as a homeless person after suffering through unimaginable horror and pain Toss in VI's niece getting in the middle of a political war then a stranger who drops his dog off in the middle of all this drama and our heroine doesn't know what to do with herselfThere are at least eight different tentacles to this plot and I won't try to summarize them any further They weave together nicely and push you to keep turning the pages At times it got a little tedious and vague and as a result it felt repetitive when we kept being lead to similar conclusions based upon each piece of evidence coming to light Mr Contreras and Lotty were missing from this book except for a few small scenes which made us feel as if VI was all on her own I like seeing her being grounded every 100 pages or so and for these reasons I couldn't push it up to a 5 star ratingOtherwise it was a fantastic mystery chock full of political statements culture lessons historical references and interesting relationships I can see a few of these characters popping up again in the future which I hope happens as the author takes a couple of years to deliver each book and she's in her retirement years so we might only get one or two This is worrisome but I also cherish all the time I've spent with the books and plots so I will continue to happily read and be saddened when they end