Arctic Blue Death: A Meg Harris Mystery

Arctic Blue Death A Meg Harris Mystery The sparsely populated Arctic is no stranger to murder The fourth in the Meg Harris series follows Meg s adventures into the Canadian Arctic as she searches for the truth about the disappearance of he
  • Title: Arctic Blue Death: A Meg Harris Mystery
  • Author: R.J. Harlick
  • ISBN: 9781894917872
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
  • Arctic Blue Death: A Meg Harris Mystery
    The sparsely populated Arctic is no stranger to murder The fourth in the Meg Harris series follows Meg s adventures into the Canadian Arctic as she searches for the truth about the disappearance of her father when she was a child Many years ago, her father s plane had gone missing in the Arctic and he was never seen again What happened on that fateful flight Thirty sixThe sparsely populated Arctic is no stranger to murder The fourth in the Meg Harris series follows Meg s adventures into the Canadian Arctic as she searches for the truth about the disappearance of her father when she was a child Many years ago, her father s plane had gone missing in the Arctic and he was never seen again What happened on that fateful flight Thirty six years later, her mother receives some strange Inuit drawings that suggest he might have survived Intent on discovering the answers, no matter how painful, Meg travels to Iqaluit to find the artist and is sucked into the world of Inuit art forgery Arctic Blue Death is not only a journey into Meg s past and the events that helped shape the person she is today, but it s also a journey into the land of the Inuit and the culture that has sustained them for thousands of years Finalist for the Arthur Ellis Award for best crime novel.
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    Called queen of Canadian wilderness fiction , R.J Harlick writes the acclaimed Meg Harris mystery series set in the wilds of Canada with an underlying native theme There are currently seven books in the series with the eighth, Purple Palette for Murder, due out in October 2017.The fourth book, Arctic Blue Death, was a finalist for the Arthur Ellis Best Novel award Silver Totem of Shame was named one of the top ten summer crime fiction reads by the Globe Mail and was a recommended beach read by the Seattle Public Library Cold White Fear was a CBC recommended mystery read.With Death s Golden Whisper, the first book in the Meg Harris mystery series, RJ introduces protagonist Meg Harris who has fled the urban frenzy of Toronto and her failed marriage to Three Deer Point, a remote wilderness property in West Quebec, that she inherited from her Great Aunt Agatha She lives in a century old Victorian timber cottage perched on a granite point overlooking the black waters of Echo Lake Her only neighbour is the reserve of the Fishhook Algonquins, or Migiskan Anishinabeg She drinks a little too much and is afraid of the dark, yet her only companion in this remote cottage is her wimpy standard poodle, Sergei She has fled to this northern paradise to heal her bruised soul But her sought after peace is invariably interrupted by injustice and murder Unable to ignore it, Meg becomes enmeshed in a quagmire of murderous intrigue.After travelling to Baffin Island in Arctic Blue Death, Meg decided that she would love to explore a different Canadian wilderness and visit with its native peoples in every other book Silver Totem of Shame takes place in Vancouver and Haida Gwaii, the mystical islands of the Haida Purple Palette for Murder has Meg flying to the Northwest Territories when her husband is charged with murder.Though the story of each book can stand on its own, there is a backstory about Meg and other characters that evolves from book to book So avid readers of mystery series might want to start with the first book, Death s Golden Whisper.Harlick is a member and past president of Crime Writers of Canada and Capital Crime Writers She is also a member of Sisters in Crime, The Writers Union of Canada and Quebec Writers Federation.She is a regular panelists at such conferences as Bouchercon, Left Coast Crime, and Malice Domestic She also does many store signings and library readings To check out her schedule visit her blog rjharlickRJ blogs every second Tuesday on Criminal Minds 7criminalminds.Visit with RJ on Facebook facebook RJHarlickand on her website rjharlick

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  • Different for sure and I ll review later OK I enjoyed reading this book but I didn t find it a quick read or that it was asking me to keep reading long past my bedtime although there were quite a few times that I had to read just one chapter to try to find out what happens next This book has quite a unique and interesting main plot and sub plots that are actually relevant to the story, some very interesting and well developed characters, various police officers who actually acted human and trie [...]


  • I m sorry that there are 2 books which I have not yet read in between the first one Death s Golden Whisper and this one, since there are obviously intervening mysteries and adventures to which there are some references However, this one deals primarily with Inuit art, and the world of galleries and dealers, and counterfeit sculptures and prints, with related deaths and murders, with much of the story taking place in Nunavut, so it can stand alone There is also a new story of Meg s father and que [...]



  • So I really liked the mystery part of this book It kept me guessing right up to the end and when revealed, it was a nice and plausible surprise I also really liked the details of the Inuit art scene, both historic and current What kept my rating for this book down, and what will probably but not definitely keep me from reading any further in the series is the dialogue Too many of the characters spoke the same way, stilted and unnatural, and I kept getting pulled from the book to think of other w [...]


  • I thoroughly enjoyed this mystery I was a bit frustrated in the beginning because the story took a long time to move to the Arctic Once there, I would have liked to explore a bit of the scenery and culture, too, but all in all it was a nice diversion to an unusual location for a mystery I m definitely going to read all of Harlick s Meg Harris mysteries.


  • The setting of this book, the arctic circle, was fascinating and well described The mystery, which involved a question of parentage and revolved around Inuit art, was complicated enough to keep the reader guessing However, the writing particularly the dialog was so clunky that it disrupted the flow of the book.


  • I m fascinated by the wilderness life and sorrowed by the plight of first peoples and their struggle to retain their culture and their livelihoods Besides, who could remain stoic about a standard poodle.


  • This book is based on an interesting premise finding out what really happened to your father after a plane crash in the North some 40 years ago However, this book really plods through lots of detail about an art selling scheme and life in Northern Canada before it reaches an unsatisfactory ending Neither the protagonist nor the reader actually find out what really happened to Dad.


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