Read Less than a Treason (Kate Shugak, # 21) Online Free - KATE SHUGAK is a native Aleut working as a private investigator in Alaska. She's 5 foot 1 inch tall, carries a scar that runs from ear to ear across her throat and owns a half-wolf, half-husky dog named Mutt. Resourceful, strong-willed, defiant, Kate is tougher than your average heroine – and she needs to be to survive the worst the Alaskan wilds can throw at her.
Two thousand people go missing in Alaska every year. They vanish in the middle of mountain footraces, on fishing boats in the Bering Sea, on small planes in the Bush. Now a geologist known for going walkabout with his rock hammer has disappeared from the Suulutaq Mine in the Park. Was it deliberate? An accident? Foul play? Kate Shugak may be the only person who can find out.
But for the fact that Kate, too, is now among the missing…
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August 02, 2017
Ah, when to the heart of man
Was it ever less than a treason
To go with the drift of things,
To yield with a grace to reason,
And bow and accept the end
Of a love or a season?
_Robert Frost, “Reluctance”
When we last saw Kate Shugak, she and her beloved Mutt, a wolf-huskie mix, had both been critic...
May 14, 2017
Four years. Four. Years.
It's been a very long wait after the cliffhanger in the last book which left the impression that Kate and Mutt were dead or dying. While I'm grateful to see Kate (and the series?) resurrected, I found this book to be a mixture of frustrating, infuriating, and satisfying.
June 11, 2017
Wow, so I blew through this one in less than 24 hours, and thats a mean feat in my house. Had forgotten how horribly Dana had left us hanging off that cliff at the end of Bad Blood, so I had to grab all my ereaders to find the last book, which was an unbearingly long search. Then read through the...
May 29, 2017
This was a must read to find out what happened to Kate and Mutt, who were shot at the end of the last book. Kate walking out of the ICU a day after regaining consciousness is as improbable as Jack Bauer's miraculous recoveries in the TV series, 24. The first 60 pages were otherwise torture, fille...
May 18, 2017
This is one of those series that I buy/preorder without much thought: "new Kate Shugak coming?" ::Clicks preorder::
I'll admit I don't understand Kate or relate to her that much (we never had much in common except a love of books and a few shared authors, oh and generally wanting to be left alone...
May 13, 2017
I'm glad that Kate is back. I have read all of the books and have enjoyed them immensely. The book does have a few issues though. While I have always appreciated that Stabenow has avoided becoming one of those writers that seems to think that each book has to be longer than the last book, this on...
May 17, 2017
I enjoyed this step back into the Park with Kate and the usual rag tag gang of aunties, mates, ne'er do wells, and well, Jim, but it was something of a let down, not to mention a missed opportunity given the cliffhanger that Stabenow had left herself - and her readers - with. As a paramedic, it a...
June 19, 2017
Two stars for resolution of the end of the previous book but I didn't feel the warmth and caring for Alaska and its people as I have in previous books. The plethora of f-bombs was distracting, unnecessary and gratuitous as were the political comments weaved throughout that added absolutely nothin...
June 11, 2017
Any Kate Shugak book, by definition, will be well worth the read, for those who begin to miss Niniltna and the whole cast of Park Rats and Kate herself. So--first things first--this is a good read.
The real question is: How does this stack up against the other Kate Shugak books? It feels like the...
May 18, 2017
Spoiler Alert - Kate lives.
(Otherwise this book would have been REALLY short.) This felt like a lot of loose ends were being tied up, and could potentially be the last Kate Shugak book. I hope it isn't - but if there's another one, I hope it's a bit stronger.