Death Stalks Door County

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Product Details

Price
$26.95
Publisher
University of Wisconsin Press
Publish Date
Pages
246
Dimensions
5.9 X 1.0 X 8.3 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780299299408

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About the Author

Patricia Skalka is the author of Death at Gills Rock, the second book in the Dave Cubiak Door County Mystery series. A former writer for Reader's Digest, she presents writing workshops throughout the United States. She divides her time between her native Chicago and her cottage in Door County, Wisconsin.

Reviews

"Lean, eloquent prose . . . an intricate web of deceit and revenge."--John Smolens, author of Cold and Quarantine

"A mesmerizing mystery, bucolic setting, bodies dropping everywhere, plenty of prime suspects, and in Dave Cubiak, a man with a tragic past, the right guy to solve it."--Charles Salzberg, author of Shamus Award-nominated Swann's Last Song and Devil in the Hole
"A terrific mystery that captures both the beauty and wildness of this wonderful peninsula."--Mary Logue, author of the Claire Watkins mystery series

"Can a big-city cop solve a series of murders whose only witnesses may be the hemlocks? An atmospheric debut."--Kirkus Reviews

"Murder seems unseemly in Door County, a peninsula covered in forests, lined by beaches, and filled with summer cabins and tourist resorts. That's the hook for murder-thriller Death Stalks Door County, the first in a series involving ranger Dave Cubiak, a former Chicago homicide detective."--Milwaukee Shepherd Express

"A satisfyingly complex plot . . . showcasing one of the main characters, Wisconsin's beautiful Door County. A great match for Nevada Barr fans."--Library Journal

"Skalka's descriptions of the atmosphere of the villages and spectacular scenery will resonate with readers who have spent time on the Door Peninsula. . . . [She] plans to continue disturbing the peace in Door County for quite a while, which should be a good thing for readers."--Chicago Book Review

"The puzzle is a difficult one to solve, with suspicion continually shifting as more evidence is uncovered. . . . An impressive first novel."--Mystery Scene