[ Read ] ➮ Deadlock (V.I. Warshawski, #2) Author Sara Paretsky – Anguillais.us

Deadlock (V.I. Warshawski, #2) When Chicago Black Hawks Hockey Legend Boom Boom Warshawski Slips Off A Wharf And Drowns In Lake Michigan, Cousin V.I Questions The Report Of Accidental Death And Rumors Of Suicide.V.I Searches For Leads And Finds A Trail Of Violence And Corruption It Takes Her To The Center Of Chicago S Powerful Shipping Industry There She Ferrets Out Her Cousin S Killer But Nearly Gets Painted Out Of The Picture Permanently

[ Read ] ➮ Deadlock (V.I. Warshawski, #2)  Author Sara Paretsky – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Deadlock (V.I. Warshawski, #2)
  • Sara Paretsky
  • English
  • 18 December 2017
  • 0440213320

    10 thoughts on “[ Read ] ➮ Deadlock (V.I. Warshawski, #2) Author Sara Paretsky – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Book ReviewVI s back and this time it s personal Although it appears like her cousin, Boom Boom Warshawski, a famous hockey player, slipped off the wharf, VI smells trouble lurking in the depths of his shallow grave 4 of 5 stars to Deadlock, the second book in the VI Warshawski thriller mystery series by Sara Paretsky When it s family, you won t stop until you find the killer And that s exactly the p...


  2. says:

    Sara Paretsky writes novels about a Private Investigator called V I Warshawski and they are really good as long as you don t take them too seriously Our main character uses the old fashioned approach to detecting where she tends to approach the suspect and let them know that she suspects them This can lead to all kinds of difficulty but of course she always comes out the other side smelling of roses I enjoyed this particular one so much that I am moving straight ...


  3. says:

    Once again am shocked by how much I really enjoyed book 2 in the V.I Warshawski book We have V.I who is one stone s away from being killed every five seconds it feels like when she starts to investigate whether her cousin Boom Boom don t ask slipped or committed suicide at some docks where he was working I loved the ins and outs that Paretsky gets into with the shipping industry Also V.I s work on her last case dealing with the insurance industry comes in handy in this book We get two Once again am shocked by how much I really enjoyed book 2 in the V.I Warshawski book We have V.I who is one stone s away from being killed every five seconds it feels like when she starts to investigate whether her cousin Boom Boom don t ask slipped or committed suicide at some docks where he was working I loved the ins and outs that Paretsky gets into with the shipping industry Also V.I s work on her last case dealing with the insurance industry comes in handy in this book We get two potential love interests in this one But one thing I do appreciate in these books is that the men that come across V.I s path are not really important She wants someone to look at her and accept her as she is, but she is 100 percent not in the mood to do the same which did crack me up V.I I find interesting and definitely a contradiction I find myself comparing V.I a...


  4. says:

    Loved it A fantastic read, exciting and difficult to stop after a few chapters each time I picked it up This time V I Warshawski is too emotional to be reasonable, and when she is emotional, she gets coldly angry, a deadly combination Her favorite cousin, Boom Boom, an ex Black Hawks hockey player, falls off of a Chicago dock and drowns The problem is several clues are pointing to murder a enigmatic phone call, strange rumors being passed around by Boom Boom s new co workers at Eudora Gr Loved it A fantastic read, exciting and difficult to stop after a few chapters each time I picked it up This time V I Warshawski is too emotional to be reasonable, and when she is emotio...


  5. says:

    I first read this ages ago, long enough to have forgotten many of the details It s even better the second time through Paretsky is terrific


  6. says:

    This one for me is a re read from probably around the time that the book was first published I remember reading and enjoying the series then and have started re reading the books now I enjoyed the book as much this time around as I did the first time I like the protagonist, V.I Warshawski I remember appreciating discovering a strong, complex, female character at a time when there was a dearth of such characters in mystery novels 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 I remember reading and enjoying the series then and have started re reading the books now I enjoyed the book as much this time around as I did the first time I like the protagonist, V.I Warshawski I remember appreciating discovering a strong, comp...


  7. says:

    Fast summer read VI mysteries are hard to put down I am having some issues with the timing between this book set in 1982 and her current mystery set this year give or take In the new installment Boom Boom supposedly helps a friend try out for the Cubs in 1989 Obviously this is a discrepancy if he was murdered 7 years earlier All in all a ...


  8. says:

    It is wonderful to read a book set in your home town Even better I learned about the Port of Chicago and Great Lakes shipping V.I is nearlythan once in this story Good thing she s as tough as nails and a great heir to Marlowe and Spade.


  9. says:

    An easy read and a solid mystery, undermined only slightly by an ending that felt a little too quick and tidy.


  10. says:

    When V.I takes on the task of closing up her Cousin Boom Boom s estate she has the strong feeling that his death was not an accident and in the course of her queries opens up tangled mess of fraud and skullduggery in the Great Lakes shipping industry He persistence gets her in some serio...

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