Monday, October 12, 2009

Degrees of Separation by Sue Henry

Synopsis:A brand new Jesse Arnold mystery from award-winning author Sue Henry.
Champion musher Jesse Arnold has been out of racing for a number of years, ever since she incurred a devastating knee injury. Now she’s ready to get back in shape for this year’s Iditarod. While taking her team on a practice run down a local trail she takes a snowy bump that’s never been there before. It turns out to be a snow-shrouded body. Now, Jesse and her boyfriend, Alaska State Trooper Alex Jensen, are back chasing criminals. And the hunt is on for the killer of a supposed earthquake victim, who was actually murdered. The twelfth audiobook in this critically acclaimed series is sure to delight Sue Henry’s many fans.

My Thoughts: I have been eating up this series for several years but have to say that this is not anywhere near being a favorite. It was very vanilla with un-clues thrown in throughout the story. One of the main things, the near murder of Becker, was never solved. Oh well, I'm waiting for a better one next time. If you want to start on this series start with Murder on the Iditarod Trail, or Murder on the Yukon Quest. One of my favorites was Deadfall - very suspenseful.

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