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  • A well-crafted mystery

    "Broken Ice" is the second of Matt Goldman's books featuring Minnesota private detective Nils Shapiro. Teenaged Linnea Engstrom has gone missing, and Nils and his partner Anders Ellegaard have been hired by her parents to find her. Their search involves them in much more than a missing person's case - drug running, murders by bow and arrow, and complex personalities complicate their search. A very good read from beginning to end.

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  • Loved it!

    hockey, false-information, falsely accused, family-dynamics, law-enforcement, friction, friendship, Minnesota, murder, murder-investigation, attempted-murder, private-investigators, procedural, rivalry, riveting, snarky, suspense, suspicion, thriller, greed, drug-trafficking, drugs-issues, teens, injury, nursing-care, interpersonal-problems***** Uff Da! Nils Shapiro and his private investigator business partner Anders Ellegaard get entangled in missing teenaged girls, an NHL hero, high school hockey tournaments, attempted murder (Nils) via arrows, several other murders (mostly via arrows), conflicting antagonistic law enforcement agencies, and the ongoing girlfriend issues (Nils), and some odd surprises. Law enforcement focuses on admissible evidence, while the PIs doggedly follow the evidence. It moves along quickly and is as twisty as it is snarky. Plus all the dead-end trails and red herrings. Just when I'd think that I had a handle on something, PLOT TWIST! Loved it! The narration is well done (with only a few misses) by voice actor MacLeod Andrews and I truly enjoyed listening to his snarky narration. Not unbiased review--very familiar with those parts of Minnesota, Upper Peninsula Michigan, and northern Wisconsin (and of Norwegian heritage).

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