Season's Revenge: A Christmas Mystery

Season s Revenge A Christmas Mystery T is the weeks before Christmas in Upper Peninsula Michigan but some big events indeed are stirring for Lakota deputy sheriff Steve Martinez The normally sleepy woodland town is uncharacteristically

  • Title: Season's Revenge: A Christmas Mystery
  • Author: Henry Kisor
  • ISBN: 9780765306661
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Hardcover
  • T is the weeks before Christmas in Upper Peninsula, Michigan, but some big events indeed are stirring for Lakota deputy sheriff Steve Martinez The normally sleepy woodland town is uncharacteristically alive with activity after the body of one of its most respected residents, Paul Passoja, is found at a forest campsite, the victim of what looks to be a bear attack.From theT is the weeks before Christmas in Upper Peninsula, Michigan, but some big events indeed are stirring for Lakota deputy sheriff Steve Martinez The normally sleepy woodland town is uncharacteristically alive with activity after the body of one of its most respected residents, Paul Passoja, is found at a forest campsite, the victim of what looks to be a bear attack.From the moment he arrives on the crime scene, things just don t add up for Steve Martinez Why would Passoja, a skilled camper and hunter, be careless enough to scatter bacon grease near his tent Lead by curiosity, Steve begins an unofficial investigation of the mishap, only to discover that the random animal attack might not be so random after all It seems that quite a few people in town had reason to do in Paul Passoja, but the evidence isn t pointing to anyone in particular The Steve investigates, the deeper he sinks into a mystery as old as the town itself The seemingly peaceful forest haven was once a hotbed of treachery, and ill will only ripens with age As he gets closer to the murderer, Steve learns the hard way that whoever killed Paul Passoja is than willing to do it again But Steve Martinez s Native American ancestors were never ones to fold, and neither is he.

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    • I first encountered Henry Kisor when I read his terrific book on the California Zephyr, traveling as a deaf man (/review/show). For years he was the book editor for the Chicago Sun-Times, and I once invited him to come speak at my college to discuss the difficulties faced by the hearing-impaired. A delightful man. I had no idea he had written a series of mysteries and was very pleased to see how good they are. He has another book on learning to fly and make a cross-country flight as a hearing-im [...]


    • This is a very good mystery set in the nothern Michigan backcountry. The suthor writes lovingly about the natural landscape and animals of the area. The primary character is a young man restling with his own identity as he works in law enforcement to investigate a death. I enjoyed this book immensely except for the tiny print. I have bought the following two books in the series for my NOOK. I also hear there is a fourth installment to be released soon. I will be devouring them all.


    • I picked this up from the library for the Christmas theme, but once I started reading I was much more excited about the UP setting. I was hoping to finish it before I went home ( Michigan) for the holidays, but I DIDN'T. so I finished it today. I'm honestly not an expert on the UP, I can't really speak to the descriptions of the wildlife and weather, but some scenes are certainly lovingly detailed. the narrative often digresses as the narrator, a Lakota Sioux deputy named Steve Martinez (adopted [...]


    • Enjoyable mystery book. It is also nice when you read a book and learn something new, while reading the book I learned a little about the upper peninsula of Michigan and bears.



    • Set in a small fictional town called Porcupine City on the southern shore of Lake Superior (UP, Michigan), this is the first of five stories in the Steve Martinez series. Steve is a Lakota Sioux Indian who was adopted as an infant and raised by white parents. He grew up on the East Coast, attended Cornell, joined the army, and then decided to become a policeman. He wanted a place different from where he grew up and the Porcupine County sheriff’s department was hiring, so he joined their force. [...]


    • I checked out this mystery because the author is a local. Mistake.Our sleuth is Steve Martinez, a Native American and deputy sheriff for Porcupine County in the UP. Here’s where the problems start: the author develops neither the main character nor the setting, each of which could be interesting. I had hoped for a rich portrait of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. I did not get that. I also did not get a good sense of the novel’s hero. Did I get a good murder mystery? Not really. In fact, the ca [...]


    • I started a series with the first book! Meeting Steve Martinez, sheriff's deputy in the U.P. during the early 21st century, complete with internet, GPS and cell phones was a friendly start. Kisor writes a novel that is descriptive of the characters and the venue. The U.P. has lots of nature to describe. He gives plenty of dialogue to tell the story. He deals with human and animal vagaries. The murder of one of the community's leading citizens gets you off to a running start. Meeting all the peop [...]


    • Prose is a bit rambling, and tends to go on tangents, but in a way that I found sort of charming (the print is quite small - so it's really much more than a 220 page book). The core story is a good one, and I'll definitely read more from this author. A solid mystery.


    • I really enjoyed this book. An easy read and the setting was just right for my vacation in the UP. Kind of reminds me of The Woods Cop mysteries by Joseph Heywood. I will definitely be reading more of this series!


    • This book started off a little slow, but was very good. I'm not sure why the "A Christmas Mystery" was added to the title, it really is not a Christmas story. The setting is the UP of Michigan near the Porcupine Mountains.


    • Excellent; Continuing character: Steve Martinez (first in series); deputy in Michigans' Upper Peninsula investigates a fatal bear attack that may be more complicated than everyone else thinks



    • Just wasn't that interesting a plot. I finished reading it because of the setting. Not that many books about the UP


    • Easy read, interesting characters and interactions. With the possible exception of one plot device, pretty believable. I look forward to reading other books in the series.




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