Nothing Gold Can Stay

Nothing Gold Can Stay

A Liam Campbell Mystery

Book - 2000
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From Edgar award-winning author Dana Stabenow comes the third book in her acclaimed Liam Campbell series-a suspenseful, atmospheric novel of murder, elusive justice, and a terrifying truth that stretches back nearly twenty years A few years after losing his wife and young son in a tragic accident, Alaska state trooper Liam Campbell has finally begun to make a new life in Newenham, a remote fishing village of proud, independent natives where the currents of loyalty, fear, and violence run deep. Campbell's latest investigation into a seemingly routine homicide-a robbery gone bad-becomes something else when the first murder is followed by a second ...then a third. Soon a chilling pattern begins to emerge-a twisting path that leads him back through the years and into the sights of a diabolical killer whose hidden agenda could have fatal consequences for Campbell and those he loves. A novel as fresh and exhilarating as the landscape that is the setting for her popular series, Nothing Gold Can Stay is Dana Stabenow at her very best.
Publisher: New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Dutton, c2000
ISBN: 9780525945598
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 275 pages ;,23 cm


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Mar 13, 2016

When this book arrived from the bookmobile, I realized I'd read it when it first came out. Usually Stabenow's mysteries, however the horror of the subject matter, aren't too horrible to read. This one, however, was beyond my tolerance level, and I just couldn't bring myself to reread it. It does have all Stabenow's trademark virtues: her detective's attractions, well-drawn continuing characters, fast pacing, gorgeous writing, Alaska's beauty. If your stomach is stronger than mine, you may enjoy it more than I did.


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