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The blue kingfisher
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What happens when a master of disguise tries to be herself for once? If you"re private investigator Kat Stone, trouble seems to find you with or without your favorite wig. Kat knows she"s living on borrowed time, waiting for her violent past to catch up with her. Still, she doesn"t expect men to start falling from the sky. On a desolate morning in Fort Washington Park, Kat discovers the body of her building"s French expat maintenance man atop the Jeffrey"s Hook Lighthouse. The NYPD is quick to dismiss his death as suicide, another lost soul leaping from the bridge overhead. Kat is less than convinced, especially when she learns about his dangerous side hustle, finding jobs for immigrant members of their community. Her investigation turns up unexpected connections to Manhattan"s tony art world, not to mention a host of dark superstitions. When she goes undercover with a deep-sea fishing company, she gets a little too cozy with a colorful cast of characters and a couple of jellyfish. Will she find his killer before her past drags her under?
|Series||Kat Stone novel|
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|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||2018955209|
The common kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), also known as the Eurasian kingfisher and river kingfisher, is a small kingfisher with seven subspecies recognized within its wide distribution across Eurasia and North is resident in much of its range, but migrates from areas where rivers freeze in winter.. This sparrow-sized bird has the typical short-tailed, large-headed kingfisher profile Family: Alcedinidae. Kingfisher was my first Patricia McKillip book but it probably won’t be the last. McKillip’s writing style is very lyrical and the pacing of the book was very good. It was a slow-paced story but I never find myself bored and I flew through this book/5.
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The Blue Kingfisher is the 3rd book in the Kat Stone P.I. series by Erica Wright. Released 23th Oct by Polis books, it's pages and available in hardback and ebook formats. This is the third book in an established series with returning characters and a 4/5(14).
The Blue Kingfisher by author Erica Wright is book three in the Kat Stone PI mysteries. Kat Stone is more of a broody and low-key type of PI who uses many disguises not only for the investigations but for her own safety from the notorious Salvatore or the Costas/5.
Praise for THE BLUE KINGFISHER "A motley cast of colorful characters — including a hallucination-inducing jellyfish and a surprisingly non-carnivorous shark – and Stone’s super-snarky observations, gift Wright’s third novel with substance, entertainment, and chills-a-plenty.” — Seattle Review of BooksBrand: Polis Books.
The Blue Kingfisher Erica Wright. Polis, $26 (p) ISBN Buy this book. Fascinating and fully developed characters lift. The Blue Kingfisher: A Kat Stone The blue kingfisher book by Erica Wright What happens when a master of disguise tries to be herself for once.
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In the third book of Erica Wright’s Kat Stone series, The Blue Kingfisher (available ), trouble seems to find Kat with or without her favorite wig. Readers were first introduced to Kat Stone and her detecting techniques in The Red Chameleon (Kat Stone #1).
Her disguises serve her well. Publisher Synopsis Praise for THE BLUE KINGFISHER "A motley cast of colorful characters -- including a hallucination-inducing jellyfish and a surprisingly non-carnivorous shark - and Stone's super-snarky observations, gift Wright's third novel with substance, entertainment, and chills-a-plenty.".
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Read "The Blue Kingfisher" by Erica Wright available from Rakuten Kobo. What happens when a master of disguise tries to be herself for once. If you’re private investigator Kat Stone, trouble s Brand: Polis Books.
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LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. This book reads like the author took one of the old gumshoe PIs from the s/s, changed his gender to female and modernized the location.
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The Blue Kingfisher (Kat Stone) (Hardcover) By Erica Wright. Polis Books,pp. Publication Date: Octo Other Editions of. The Blue Kingfisher Where the little river gleaming Thro' its shadows green and cool Broadens to the quiet dreaming Of a little shady pool; There an azure jewel burning O'er the waters you may spy, Never moving never turning: 'Tis the silent fisher, Head aloft above the river, With an apathetic air, Not the smallest quirk nor quiver Warns you.
The blue-eared kingfisher was described by the American naturalist Thomas Horsfield in and given its current binomial name Alcedo meninting.
The name Alcedo is the Latin word for a "kingfisher". The specific epithet meninting is the Javanese word for the : Aves.
THE BLUE KINGFISHER. By Erica Wright. This is the third book featuring the sassy P.I. by the name of Kat Stone who first appeared in “The Red Chameleon.” Readers fell for Stone quickly, which is not a shock, considering the smart mouth, quick wit and endless wigs she owns.
In Erica Wright’s new crime novel, "The Blue Kingfisher," private investigator Kat Stone is exhausted. Ever since leaving her undercover assignment with .Erica Wright's debut crime novel The Red Chameleon was one of O, The Oprah Magazine's Best Books of Summer Her latest, The Granite Moth, was called "brisk, dark, slinky" by USA Today and was a Silver Falchion Award Finalist.The Blue Kingfisher (Polis Books, October ) What happens when a master of disguise tries to be herself for once?
If you’re private investigator Kat Stone, trouble seems to find you with or without your favorite wig. Matt Coleman, Book Riot Wright is a true talent, and the series promises to be one that could pay off huge for Polis.