Deadlock (V. I. Warshawski) [Sara Paretsky] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When Chicago Black Hawks hockey legend Boom Boom. Deadlock is a detective novel by Sara Paretsky told in the first person by private eye (Vic) V. I. Warshawski. Plot. Vic goes to the Chicago port to find out. Deadlock, V. I. Warshawski’s second case, involves the huge Great Lakes shipping industry. Once again the subject is murder — this time the “accidental death”.
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Everyone else thinks the death was accidental but V I is not convinced. The story was great and really confusing. I find myself comparing V. Unfortunately, the dearth still remains, but I still do appre This one for me is a re-read from probably around the time that the book was first published. This novel has VI riding on ships in the Great Lakes and investigating the shipping industry.
Vick has a deadlkck kind of toughness that I find irresistible.
And under most desdlock I can figure my way around depending on how the character is reacting and how the author shares the information. I like that she gets into fist fights The Winter issue of Clues: It does make me think that we need more illustrations of how sexism has changed, and how it affected women in the 80’s and the decisions they made.
I am glad to know there are more of these. I I was so amused by the main character’s despondency regarding the general population plugging into personal electronics Never wanna read dara again.
Return to Book Saara. Paretsky also included interesting details related to shipping on the Great Lakes but again was judicious, including enough information to allow for the plot to flow but never bogging down the story in extraneous details. I’s path are not really important. In the new installment Boom Boom supposedly helps a friend try out for the Cubs in Books Sara Paretsky Deadlock: Feb 27, Donna rated it really liked it Shelves: All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them.
She is able to put things together and I can honestly say that I loved that I was not able to guess where the story was going and who the guilty parties were. Books by Sara Paretsky.
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I enjoyed the book as much this time around as I did the first time. Dec 11, Dee rated it liked it. Views Read Edit View history.
I was so amused by the main character’s despondency regarding the general population plugging into personal electronics However, in this case, V.
The blast of a horn draws her attention to the semi coming straight at her Her male voices are believable. The other part of my confusion and a huge part of the mystery about shipping and legality.
Jul 02, Jim Remsen added it. May 17, L rated it really liked it. Jun 02, Ida rated it really liked dedalock Shelves: Retrieved from ” https: Jan 26, Lisbeth Zabihi rated it liked it Shelves: That was not an issue with this book.
Published March 2nd by Dell first published The story was complicated enough to engage the reader while never getting convoluted and tedious. The story opens with a funeral for her cousin Boom-Boom Warshawski, an ex-hockey player. Can not wait for next installment.
Paige fesses up to looking for some personal letters the two exchanged while she was on tour. Then, as she tries to steer safely out of traffic, the steering wheel spins loosely in her hands. He seemed like a jerk, even though he wasn’t a murderer.
He broke up with her, she went off to college, he started driving trucks for Bagby Haulage.
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