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  • Title: Cold Hearted River
  • Author: Keith McCafferty
  • ISBN: 9780525429609
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Cold Hearted River By Keith McCafferty The sixth novel in the acclaimed Sean Stranahan mystery series featuring Montana s favorite private detective is now available A story of lost treasure, Cold Hearted River begins with the death of a woman, stranded in a spring snowstorm, who in desperation climbs into a bear s den When Sheriff Martha Ettinger, reunited with once again lover Sean Stranahan, investigates,The sixth novel in the acclaimed Sean Stranahan mystery series featuring Montana s favorite private detective is now available A story of lost treasure, Cold Hearted River begins with the death of a woman, stranded in a spring snowstorm, who in desperation climbs into a bear s den When Sheriff Martha Ettinger, reunited with once again lover Sean Stranahan, investigates, she finds a fly wallet in a pannier of the dead woman s horse, the leather engraved with the initials EH Only a few days before, Patrick Willoughby, the president of the Madison River Liars and Fly Tiers Club, had been approached by a man selling fishing gear that he claims once belonged to Ernest Hemingway A coincidence Sean doesn t think so, and he soon finds himself on the trail of a missing steamer trunk rud to contain not only the famous writer s valuable fly fishing gear, but priceless samples of his unpublished work The investigation will take Sean through extraordinary chapters in Hemingway s life Inspired by a true story, Cold Hearted River is a thrilling adventure, moving from Montana to Michigan, where a woman grapples with the secrets in her heart, to a cabin in Wyoming, to the Froze To Death Plateau in Montana, and finally to the ruins in Havana, where an old man struggles to complete his life s mission one true sentence at a time.
    Keith McCafferty
    Keith McCafferty is the Survival and Outdoor Skills Editor of Field Stream He has written articles for publications as diverse as Fly Fisherman Magazine, Mother Earth News, Grays Sporting Journal and the Chicago Tribune, and on subjects ranging from mosquitoes to wolves to mercenaries and exorcism Based in Montana and working on assignment around the globehe recently spent a month in India trekking the Himalayas, fishing for golden mahseer and studying tigersKeith has won numerous awards, including the Robert Traver Award for angling literature He has twice been a finalist for a National Magazine Award.

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    Commentaires:

    Cindy Burnett
    While Cold Hearted River is the 6th book in the Sean Stranahan mystery series, it served as my introduction to the series, and I look forward to going back and reading the rest I actually went to our local bookstore as soon as I finished this one and bought the first two for my husband to bring on vacation The stories take place predominantly in Montana and remind me somewhat of C.J Box s Joe Pickett series though the particular crime at issue in Cold Hearted River is literary oriented than the [...]

    Randal White
    McCafferty has penned another great mystery The series follows the adventures of Sean Stranahan, an artist fly fisherman private detective This time, the story incorporates Ernest Hemingway into the fold The author is a wonderful writer, his descriptions especially of the rivers Stranahan is fishing make you feel like you are there The character development, even of the minor ones, is thorough, you are made to feel like you actually know the people The stories flow very well, and I especially ap [...]

    LORI CASWELL
    Dollycas s ThoughtsAgain the author draws on history for the theme of this story Apparently Ernest Hemingway was quite the fisherman and had a trunk of tackle go missing when traveling West When a wallet of fishing flies with EH engraved on it is found near a suspicious death and the president of the Madison River Liars and Fly Tiers Club is contacted about fishing gear said to belong to Hemingway Sean seems to think the events are connected He is then hired to track down the items rud to belong [...]

    Charlotte Miller
    Cold Hearted River, the sixth volume in Keith McCafferty s Sean Stranahan series, is a definite must read for mystery fans Intriguing and beautifully written, it will keep you up turning pages late into the night Advance Reading Copy obtained by request from First To Read.

    Emilie (Emmitouflee)
    Rating 2.75Thanks to Penguin, I received an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review I wanted to like this book very much, the premise was very promising and the story itself was well crafted weighed down occasionally by the discussions of fly fishing , however, ultimately I could not get on board with the writing The writing style was very reminiscent of Ernest Hemingway s style Heminingway also features heavily in this book who in turn was influenced by his years as a journalist I en [...]

    Chris Conley
    I had a bit of a struggle with this but cannot say why I really enjoy this series and one bump in my road won t keep me from reading .

    David
    Great read, had me going till the very end Deadly combination fly fishing, Montana Wyoming, Hemingway.

    Marco
    Chuck and Frieda Toliver are lost in the cold wilderness as the book opens and are then separated When detectives Martha Ettinger and Sean Stranahan find Frieda dead, Chuck later commits suicide.From there, Martha and Sean investigate how these two came to be lost and Frieda dead while other bodies turn up murdered in their jurisdiction When the connections relate to missing Ernest Hemingway memorabilia, Martha and Sean look around for a killer that may be closer than they think Cold Hearted Riv [...]

    Jenny Houle
    I received a free copy of this book from FirstToRead for an unbiased opinion.From In the sixth novel in the acclaimed Sean Stranahan mystery series, Montana s favorite detective finds himself on the trail of Ernest Hemingway s missing steamer trunk I have not read the previous five books in the Stranahan series, but this book worked as a stand alone mystery Often in mystery series, this has not been my experience The characters relationships tend to leave something to be desired if you don t kno [...]

    Homerun2
    This sixth installment in the Sean Stranahan mystery series is a corker Sean is a private investigator, fly fisherman, and artist, and he s talented at all three The Montana setting only adds to the enjoyment and mystique of these tales.This time out, Sean becomes involved in a legend the possibly mythical existence and whereabouts of a lost Ernest Hemingway trunk, filled with vintage fishing gear and perhaps unpublished writing, along with the nearly irresistible odor of machismo attached to an [...]

    Lauren
    Cold Hearted River by Keith McCafferty is a pretty decent private detective story When a woman gets caught on a mountain and dies, she is found with an interesting piece of fishing tackle, a piece most likely owned by Ernest Hemingway at one time, from a steamer trunk that was stolen decades ago Sean Stranahan, our detective artist fly fisherman, sets out to locate the lost trunk and tackle and comes across a few dead bodies in the process Hemingway s lost trunk is an interesting jumping off poi [...]

    Ana Harvey
    Private detective mysteries set in fly fishing country are not typically my first choice when reading However, Cold Hearted River by Keith McCafferty is a very pleasant surprise I found myself quickly absorbed by the characters and their relationships, even though there are a few tropes I can do without Must every woman he meets throw herself at Sean every single time The writing is smart and fast paced and does an excellent job explaining several historical and cultural details without them dra [...]

    Hans Erdman
    Keep your line tight or it ll get away I m a fly fisherman, like good mysteries, and a bit of historical background thrown in, and Cold Hearted River has all of that Based around the real life story of a missing steamer trunk belonging to the great American writer, Ernest Hemingway, the story travels all the way from the Great Divide to Michigan s fabled AuSable River to Cuba, Sean manages to stay one step ahead of the Grim Reaper, catch nice trout, and keep his relationship with Sheriff Martha [...]

    Susan
    I enjoyed this book for its characters than the mystery Even though I have not read any of the other books in the series, I didn t feel I was missing information about Martha and Sean but now I want to read from the beginning to get of their history Martha and Sean had an easy banter and I found myself laughing aloud a few times at their dialogue The mystery was good but somewhat muddied by the multiple characters who were a bit hard to keep track of The Hemingway connection as the basis for t [...]

    Cynthia
    Wowat was a lot of fly fishing info And Ernest Hemmingway info Mixed together to make a mystery This was the 1st of this author, for me I think a reader might really enjoy it if they enjoyed the fly fishing hobby I also haven t read any Hemmingway, so am not quite as taken with that avenue I will go to the 1st book of the series see how that goes This is kind of a mixed review just seemed like it had a lot going on, might ve occasionally been hard to keep track of, then I felt like I might ve g [...]

    Cheyenne
    I received this early electronic review copy from Penguin s First to Read Program in exchange for an an honest review I read this not knowing anything about the series or the author The story follows the myth of a lost trunk belonging to Ernest Heminingway containing premium fishing gear and potential samples of his unpublished work.I liked how this started, but as the story progressed, I had a hard time following the characters and maintaining interest While I liked the descriptions of the Mont [...]

    Jenny
    Although this is the 6th book in the Sean Stranahan detective series, this is the first one that I ve read Sean is an interesting character living in Montana who has many hobbies painting, fly fishing and becomes involved in murder investigations This story begins with deaths in a snowstorm which leads to missing Ernest Hemingway fishing gear and dead bodies I would categorize this book as of a guy read, but it should also appeal to any mystery lover.Thanks to First to Read Penguin Books USA f [...]

    Cheryle Fisher
    Set in Montana with modern Montana characters this novel is a very good mystery story Earnest Hemingway was known to have spent time fly fishing in Montana and this author takes us on a journey to discover the lost trunk loaded with fly fishing gear as well as a purported manuscript The trunk did actually disappear probably stolen by someone from Hemingway and this author then takes some of his characters on a trip to try to recover it Very well written with many literary references and much fly [...]

    Mary
    This series just keeps getting better Sean Stranahan is an unique character, a true sportsman who clearly loves the outdoors and all its challenges He has a colorful variety of friends to help him figure things out There s a great wealth of Hemingway trivia to be learned here, too Great job, Keith, keep em coming

    Tracey
    I love to read mysteries and thrillers, and have not tried to read a western mystery prior to this one I enjoyed it for the most part The writing was excellent The setting was described well enough that I could picture it in my mind easily The mystery was okay The Hemingway references were intriguing Overall, not my worst choice for a summer read.

    Jon T Oliver
    Best of series.Don t try to solve this yourself, just sit back and enjoy the dialog If you try to out think the story you will miss the details of the story The little things are the best part I may have to read again because the details become part of the solution I think I missed a few McCafferty is a clever writer.

    Lori
    I ve read this series since the first book was released find every mystery compelling to follow enjoy the characters There is grey than black white in the people that makes them so much richer to read about come to know I ve fished very little in my life, fly fish not at all, but he always makes it sound enjoyable, if not always comfortable.

    Laura
    A hunt for Hemingway s lost fishing gear, a trail of dead bodies, and a backdrop of Montana skies The mystery was a little hard to follow, but I liked the concept Thanks to Penguin s First to Read program for the chance to read this.

    Jared
    Even with perhaps one too many twists and one too many turns, McCafferty s Cold Hearted River is a well paced who done it, with a wealth of nature s vocabulary Having an Ernest Hemingway angle does anything but hurt.

    Pearson,
    Good story I was a bit lost in all of the fishing information but I think it is a great book for people who like to fly fish and also like a good mystery Having just traveled to Montana I think it does a great job with place thruout the story.

    Douglas
    For the fan of mystery and American lit.While I am not a fan of Hemingway s type of story, I am well aware of his importance in literature His life was intricately woven into a modern mystery novel All fans of mystery, history, and western fishery will enjoy this read.

    Grcrow1
    Not my favorite Sean Stranahan book Especially didn t like the Michigan character too much to have her in there But I get it.

    Joan Skinner
    Not as good as Keith McCafferty s previous ones in the series He had to work too hard to include a Hemingway bend to the story Still found it very good.

    Tanya
    3.5 stars Story weaves mystery deaths in the mountains, and a snapshot of Ernest Hemingway.

    Richard
    Another gem from Mr McCafferty Well written.

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