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Unter Dem Wolfsmond - Rezensionen und BewertungenKommentare: 1. Ein tragisches Ereignis hält die Verliebten jedoch auf: Valeries ältere Schwester wurde von einem Werwolf ermordet. Deine Bewertung.
Very well done. I've got another to listen to, but I'm not in a rush. But while I enjoyed it enough to give it a 4-star rating, I have to say that if I were to be super-honest, it's probably closer to a 3.
Mostly, I think, that's because the story just didn't excite me very much. Yes, former cop McKnight still lives in the remote Upper Peninsula of Michigan - one of my all-time favorite places to visit.
But this one takes place in the dead of winter I like cold weather and even snow, but winter weather here in Ohio is a walk in the park compared with what happens up there, where, we were told, UPS deliveries to Mackinac Island come by way of the frozen lake - a more direct route than the roads.
My other complaint, though relatively minor, is that while I love tough guys who can both dish it out and take it, there are limits on what any human body can withstand - and anything that exceeds those limits becomes to me unbelievable.
The story begins as winter sets in with a vengeance, and a woman from the local Ojibwa tribe seeks out McKnight's help in getting away from an abusive boyfriend - a nasty guy who had a run-in with McKnight when they played ice hockey on opposing teams a day or two earlier McKnight's friend Vinnie LeBlanc, also an Ojibwa, recruited him to serve as goalie.
McKnight lets the woman stay in one of the cabins he rents out to fishermen and presumably women and snowmobilers; but the next morning, she's nowhere to be found.
Unhappy that he didn't do more to help her, McKnight sets out to find her - with help from his new "partner," Leon Prudell, who's hell-bent to pair his name with McKnight's on a jointly owned private investigation firm.
McKnight isn't at all amenable to that concept, but getting rid of Prudell turns out to be almost as difficult as finding the woman and the abusive boyfriend.
Their relationship does, though, provide a bit of much-needed comic relief from the cold and physical tribulations that plague McKnight throughout the book.
All in all, this is an enjoyable book and certainly didn't change my mind about reading all 10 books in the series.
Still, I'm hoping the third one will be on a par or better than the first. We'll see! View all 10 comments.
I love wolves so when I saw this title of course I had to look at it. McKnight isn't your typical macho hero.
He's a lone, but not necessarily lonely character. He has friends; Vinnie the Ojibwa bachelor who lives down the road from him.
Then there's Jackie, the owner of the Glasgow Inn wh I love wolves so when I saw this title of course I had to look at it.
Then there's Jackie, the owner of the Glasgow Inn where Alex makes a second home. And that's about it.
Well there's the sheriff and the chief of police but the former is more of a respected acquaintance and the latter a less than respected antagonist.
But things change. McKnight has a heart, unimpeded by the bullet lodged too close to it to warrant operating, and his heart will at times get him into trouble.
He's a sucker for a dame in distress as Raymond Chandler might tell us. I don't know that that's a bad thing except for when abusive boyfriends high on some sort of dope take offense at McKnight's attempts to help her out.
And then there's the two goons who follow McKnight everywhere he drives. Russian mobsters? Most likely. You'll have to read the book to find out.
But remember, things change. This is not a hard read. It's got several twists and turns but overall it's believability factor would easily be a 4 out of 5.
Let your imagination roam free and you can feel the cold, hear the crunch of fresh snow under your feet. You can feel the disappointment, the fear, the pleasure of overcoming odds in this book.
It's an easy read but a good one nevertheless. She's trying to distance herself from her drug addict boyfriend Lonnie Buckman who Alex has just played against in a hockey game , so he agrees to let her hole up in one of the cabins he owns.
But the next morning, she's gone. Alex feels responsible, and sets out to discover what might have happened to her. Obviously, this drags him into all sorts of messes!
While the plot is no great shakes and the pacing sometimes a bit too lackadaisical, it's still an involving, suspenseful story with some really well-realised characters.
Alex is a sardonic but likable lead, and Leon Prudell, a private investigator who really wants to be partners with him, is entertaining and endearing.
The writing style is crisp and to the point, and I occasionally laughed out loud at some of the humour. What more could you want, really?
I'm looking forward to reading more books in this series! I had really liked Misery Bay 8 in this series by this author and thought I'd like this earlier entry in the series.
Unfortunately, this book was less polished. The characters didn't seemed as well developed as they'd been in that later book, and the plot wasn't all that interesting.
I got a little over half way through before I decided to abandon it. I might try a later book after 8 by this author, but it'll be from the library.
Too bad. This is the second book in the series and I have high hopes for those that follow.
This one is as good or better than the first. Our hero, Alex McKnight experiences fifty shades of cold in the book.
It opens at a hockey game that Alex, at age 48, was promised would be a non-checking game. The cold continues with the relentless falling of snow in the Upper Penninsula.
Alex plows, and plows, and wades through drifts and crawls under buildings, visits an ice fisherman's shanty and makes an unbeliev This is the second book in the series and I have high hopes for those that follow.
Alex plows, and plows, and wades through drifts and crawls under buildings, visits an ice fisherman's shanty and makes an unbelievable walk in the cold.
This book also starts the partnership of Alex and Leon who had been rival PIs. We also learn a little about the Ojibwa Indian tribe and their traditions.
As for Alex That makes him so much more real and sympathetic. My next read will be set in Florida or the Caribbean I need to warm up!
Just discovered Hamilton, and inhaled his first two McKnights. They're both well written in their own way, but this is the one I liked more.
As one who cut his hard-boiled-detective-fiction teeth on the likes of Raymond Chandler and Ross Macdonald, I must confess that at this stage in my life it has become a plus for me when detectives leave LA to lead their violent fictional lives elsewhere, and this one left Detroit for something next to utter wilderness.
You may feel differently, yet I really Just discovered Hamilton, and inhaled his first two McKnights. You may feel differently, yet I really liked that the setting was the upper peninsula of Michigan, in winter.
There's a lot of dangerous outdoors in this novel. But what ultimately sold me on McKnight 2 was the involvement of Native Americans and their culture in the plot.
This is my second Alex McKnight novel to read, and I'm preparing myself to just go ahead and buy all of them. I love these stories!
McKnight needs a vacation, a rest, a longer hospital stay But you can't help pulling for him, and his side kick is almost as funny. These are very well written books, set in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
I highly recommend them. Note: There is some language that readers might find offensive. I'm a sucker for Michigan regional mysteries and the Alex McKnight series is no exception.
The setting is the Upper Peninsula in Michigan and the private eye is a former Detroit cop. Steve Hamilton's description of the UP and the residents is spot-on and I think would appeal to Michiganders and non alike.
It is fast-paced and a lively read. Always fun to read a story that takes place where I live in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
The author does an amazing job of describing the cold, winter weather and the isolation that is a big part of living here.
I have been to Paradise several times and always enjoy reading about the interesting characters there. I liked the 1st book in this series, but don't bother with this one.
Just okay mystery, one of series by Hamilton before he began the more interesting Nick Mason series. I found the protagonist kind of dull and the plot kind of slow.
Alex McKnight is my hero. The second Alex McKnight series book from author Steve Hamilton was even more intense and riveting than the first book of series.
Cold Day In Paradise. Intrigued I sought out and really enjoyed the opener of this series. The second book easily surpasses the first as a mystery suspense thriller.
Published in and around , Alex The second Alex McKnight series book from author Steve Hamilton was even more intense and riveting than the first book of series.
Published in and around , Alex now 48 Born is snookered into playing goalie for best friend Vinnie Leblanc's team in a "slow' hockey game.
After tangling with Lonnie Bruckman, the other teams top scorer and top goon the game ends Alex stopped Lonnie from getting a hat trick and win in final seconds of game.
Set in the cold cold dark of Michigan's upper peninsula The UP , guys like Lonnie view Indians like Vinnie and his team as second class citizens.
A very sore and out of shape Alex is nursing his aching muscles at his favorite bar and eatery when Lonnie's girlfriend approaches asking for help.
Dorothy Also an Indian fears for her life and heard Alex was a private eye, needs help getting away from Lonnie for good. Armed with an autographed puck by Gordie Howe and having a mysterious white bag over her shoulder Alex hides Dorothy in one of his empty log cabins.
Before what Alex knows what's hit him Dorothy vanishes along with that white bag. Naturally every gangster, and federal cop in the U.
Between stays in the hospital Alex manages to finally agree to partner with hapless P. Leon Prudell to be partners.
It seems at every turn Alex makes he's beaten to pulp and hospitalized with Leon popping up to save his life.
Alex the reluctant P. A very hard hitting and relentless plot this one slows down for no one. Hard hitting and seemingly every page action packed.
I read this thriller in just a couple sittings. Coming in at just under pages, "Winter Of The Wolf Moon" gets five stars out of a possible five stars.
Alex McKnight delivers. Although I've only read three of the eleven book series I know they all are going to be solid suspense thrillers.
Check it out and soon! Also remember the 'wolf' moon is the first full moon of the year. We all know the what the full moon seems do to normal people Finally getting back to this series.
I'd picked up the first one for the husband who, of course, flew through them in record time. I read the first one and liked it, but also had other things I was wanting to read.
And then there's that pesky needing-to-work-at-leasthours-per-week thing It really does cut into my reading time. Anyway, 2nd day of a week-long vacation, and I've already finished 2 book Finally getting back to this series.
Anyway, 2nd day of a week-long vacation, and I've already finished 2 books. I think that says quite a bit, doesn't it?
In any case, very good read. And I know from my husband's reading ahead that poor Alex is going to keep getting beat up in just about each and every book.
I feel sorry for him. And it was a bit surprising to read that he's 48 years old in this installment; I had forgotten how close the character is to being my age I'm a few years ahead of him, but thankfully, not many.
Nice to have an older "hero" to read about, one who knows all too well about dealing with cold weather as a middle-aged man, how it's harder to get out of bed in the mornings, all that stuff.
Wonder if I'll finish another book tomorrow? I know one thing - I'm definitely going to be looking for the next book in this series.
I think the next in series will be even stronger. Cautionary note: this review was written after reading the first novel in this series.
Series reviews are fickled, unpredictable, and sometimes downright wrong if you base the entire series review on just the first puzzled bite.
Maybe the cold weather outside's is making me grumpy, or I just don't wanna go all the way downtown to work, or maybe I just don't feel like pouring honey over my cereal.
Not that this isn't a good read. I finished it in record time. Frowning for an acceptable Cautionary note: this review was written after reading the first novel in this series.
Frowning for an acceptable answer, I think I'm just overdosing on the formulaic approach of the genre: alcoholics, disturbed detectives, problematic relationships, flat characters thrown in for window dressing, PTSD, distrust with authority figures, all of it put together in relatively short novels As compared to, say, Jo Nesbo's much longer novels.
It's been done a million times over by very good authors and not so good authors. Steve Hamilton probably falls somewhere in the middle, or probably leans strongly towards the good side If I look beyond my grumpiness.
Personally, if you like Michigan novels, small town settings, detectives turned PI, loners and if you enjoy a colorful heritage thrown in than my preference as compared to this first Hamilton novel is for the work of William Kent Krueger.
If you enjoyed Hamilton's book for its location and mystery than read the Cork O'Connor series. Krueger's novels are set just West in Minnesota and are superior to Hamilton's in my opinion.
The Cork O'Connor series has more depth, better character development, portray a deeper insight into American Indian culture so prevalent in the region, contain deep philosophical musings and moral insight into who we are as human beings, and deliver great mysteries.
The two authors are very similar in their subject matter and setting. So, I guess if you're in the mood for an easy read, some genre escapism, something enjoyable, a book that moves fast and it's over, but are not in the mood to be flabbergasted by the author Grumpiness update: ok, since I've only read the first in the series, I gave Alex 2 a try I found Winter of the Wolf Moon an equally enjoyable read: nothing extra-ordinary.
I have come to see this series as something to read when I can't find other books I really, really want to read.
This is another bad one. The plot is far-fetched, the dialog is unrealistic and unnatural, the protagonist keeps making the same sort of stupid mistakes over and over, there are inconsistencies in the story, etc.
There's no two ways about it: Alex McKnight is not a very likable guy. Inconsistencies are bothersome.
On page 92, for example, Alex drops his gun to the floor where it is, presumably, picked up and taken by the bad guys before beating and almost killing him.
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