The Deadly Art of Deception Kindle í Deadly Art of

The Deadly Art of Deception Kindle í Deadly Art of


  • Kindle Edition
  • 230 pages
  • The Deadly Art of Deception (Caribou King Mysteries #1)
  • Linda Crowder
  • English
  • 22 February 2014

10 thoughts on “The Deadly Art of Deception (Caribou King Mysteries #1)

  1. Jenny Jenny says:

    The Deadly Art of Deception is book one of the Caribou King Mysteries Caribou King who runs the family art gallery in Coho Bay was excited when her best friend Taylor came back to town However Caribou did not release the effect that Taylor's return will have on her life and everything she believes in The readers of Deadly Art of Deception will continue to follow the twist and turns to find out what happens to Taylor and Caribou I did enjoy reading The Deadly Art of Deception However I felt that it did not flow very well and parts of the story were missing I love the cover of The Deadly Art of Deception it draws you in and makes you start to think about living in the remote township of Coho Bay I like Linda Crowder description of the small Alaskan town of Coho Bay and the way Linda Crowder portrayed her charactersThe readers of The Deadly Art of Deception will learn about working in small business in Alaska Also the readers of The Deadly Art of Deception will learn about the hardship that the residents of Alaska have to ensure during each season I recommend this book


  2. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    Too much back and forth to make sense and mix up in the big scene about who knew what when why and how They also forgot a couple cabins and confused on the timeline The boat fix renter to move and if her parents came back


  3. LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL says:

    Dollycas’s ThoughtsCoho Bay Alaska was just a small town on the Alaskan coast before cruise ships made it one of their stops Now the town is supported by “cruise ship season” which is nearing a close for the year Everyone knows everyone’s busy and gossip travels at the speed of light Caribou King Cara owns the The Broken Antler Gallery her sister Mel and her husband Bent own and run the local diner and her parents are off in the wilderness on a Moose Count Cara is surprised when her friend Taylor returns to Coho Bay Her husband was an artist just starting to take off with his career when he was killed by a bear Taylor left town shortly after Cara cannot get a straight story from Taylor but it seems to be her husband’s death is in uestion Soon after her arrival the town is shocked when a body sans head and hands is found in the bay Can the deaths be connected Does Taylor’s reappearance in town have anything to do with the dead man Who can Cara really trust to find answersI was familiar with this author from her Jake and Emma Mysteries so I knew this story was going to be good and I was not disappointedI have not read many books set in Alaska but the author’s descriptive words painted some beautiful pictures in my mind Set near the end of the summer the weather was very changeable One day summer like and warm the next could bring rain or even snow You would have to be one tough cookie to live there year roundCaribou King the name made me shake my head a bit but I was fine calling her Cara is a complex protagonist smart funny comfortable hunting elk and moose with her father but awkward around men and a bit naive She is tall for a girl was the football uarterback in high school because there weren’t enough guys to fill a team There aren’t many men in town and most are taken or look at her as a buddy rather than a woman to date and she is fine with that She lives in the apartment above the gallery and takes most of her meals at the diner where she helps out every morning at 530 amThe story focuses on Cara and her family Taylor her friend from college Taylor’s ex father in law the local police officer and visitor who has booked a cabin for the summer Ms Crowder wraps them in terrific mystery that had both me and Cara twisted up in knots trying to figure out whodunit At times the story became very suspenseful making the book hard to put down and easy to read in one sittingI really enjoyed this book and think we have hit just the tip of the iceberg with these characters I am excited to see what book number brings Maybe a little romance for Cara


  4. IslandRiverScribe IslandRiverScribe says:

    Every single character in this novel except our main protagonist Cara King is lying to everybody else And not to be outdone Cara King is lying to herselfThere are so many lies being told by so many people either to prove that a murder rather than an accident has occurred or to escape from being charged with said murder that the whole plot bogs down into a confusion worthy of a small migraine And then another body shows up Or does it Then a boat captain and a saw mill operator go missing Or do they And one of the main characters may be using a fake name and ID Or is he using the real one now and used the fake one earlier See confusion mental uicksand headacheMany of the lies voiced in the plot are fabricated on the theory that the best lie is always based on as much truth as possible Unfortunately by the end of the novel the author chooses not to adeuately explain to the reader what is “lie” and what is “truth” Therefore in the end even though I am an experienced hard core mystery reader I had a headache from trying to separate the wheat from the chaff and from trying to understand the complicated convoluted ploy that allowed the final conflict to succeed Even Cara passed out from the confusion at the end of that scene Believe me I know how she felt


  5. April April says:

    The Deadly Art of Deception A Caribou King Mystery Linda CrowderThis book starts out sort of being a ozy mystery that morphs into a murder mysteery suspense with hints of romance The descriptions and imagery of small town Alaska is very inviting The characters all seem to be hiding secrets from everyone else Lies lies and lies People go missing or are they away on a hnting trip Who's body do they fish out of the water Twïsts turns and mayham all keep the listener on the edge of their sea all the way to the end I hope there will be books in this series since this is listed as book 1The narration was well done The characters were well portrayed I have to say the passages about electronic thingy for reading versus physical books made me chuckle I am an auditory learner so electronic thingy would be my choice and Michelle Babb adds to the enjoymentI was given this free review copy audiobook at my reuest and have voluntarily left this review


  6. Jan Middendorf Jan Middendorf says:

    Entertaining book but a bit convoluted


  7. Ike Standifird Ike Standifird says:

    Good scene setting but the storyline was way too convoluted and unbelievable


  8. Elise Stone Elise Stone says:

    I have to say that this book kept me engaged enough to keep turning the pages In fact I read it from start to finish in one day which is very unusual for me But in the end I was frustrated with the main character and confused by the endingI had a very hard time understanding how Caribou Cara King could ever consider Taylor LennonSnow a friend Taylor consistently sleeps with men Cara is interested in luring them away with her magical appeal It's not new behavior for Taylor so when it happens again the fact that Cara manages to convince herself that it's her own fault is beyond believableThe ending is a muddle of people lying I think this was an attempt by the author to have multiple plot twists but it didn't work for me Every major character is guilty until they're not view spoiler This includes Frank Taylor's ex husband or possibly still husband who was just starting a romantic relationship with Cara earlier in the book His actions don't engender trust so the fact that the book ends with him and Cara getting together is unbelievable If I were Cara I'd probably leave Coho Harbor and find a place where the people weren't so deceitful hide spoiler


  9. Irene Irene says:

    I wanted so badly to give this book four stars but it caused me to get so confused with all the characters lying to each other I lost interest towards the end of the book


  10. Pamela Pamela says:

    RelationshipsI struggled to finish this novel set in Alaska The author has little to say about the surroundings which is a shame The main character keeps fainting She is an impulsive person driven by emotion She has trouble sorting events and people and is loyal long beyond what would be sensible Hard to like or even appreciate


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Deadly Art of Deception (Caribou King Mysteries #1)[BOOKS] ✯ The Deadly Art of Deception (Caribou King Mysteries #1) By Linda Crowder – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Only two seasons matter in Coho Bay Alaska cruise ship and winter Caribou King owner of The Broken Antler Gallery is hip deep in tourists when her old college pal Taylor shows up asking for refuge say Only two seasons matter in Coho Bay Alaska Art of PDF ´ cruise ship and winter Caribou King owner of The Broken Antler Gallery is hip deep in tourists when her old college pal Taylor shows up asking for refuge saying she has no place else to go Cara is cautious; Taylor The Deadly MOBI :Þ was the wife of one of Alaska's most renowned artists––Jonathan Snow who was mauled to death by a bear the previous year Why would his widow want to return to the location of her tragic loss Something about Taylor's story just doesn't ring true Of course she may not Deadly Art of PDF/EPUB ë be the only liar in town Taylor's former father in law accuses her of killing his son in front of a diner full of people except he may have had a stronger motive A handsome boat captain seems to fancy both Cara and Taylor but he can't make up his mind between them ––or between lying and telling the truth The local constable mistrusts everyone but may have a reason to be mistrusted himself Will Cara help her old friend Taylor or will doing so get her into a heap of trouble When a headless body is discovered in the bay Cara wonders just who she can trust in this tiny town.

10 thoughts on “The Deadly Art of Deception (Caribou King Mysteries #1)

  1. Jenny Jenny says:

    The Deadly Art of Deception is book one of the Caribou King Mysteries Caribou King who runs the family art gallery in Coho Bay was excited when her best friend Taylor came back to town However Caribou did not release the effect that Taylor's return will have on her life and everything she believes in The readers of Deadly Art of Deception will continue to follow the twist and turns to find out what happens to Taylor and Caribou I did enjoy reading The Deadly Art of Deception However I felt that it did not flow very well and parts of the story were missing I love the cover of The Deadly Art of Deception it draws you in and makes you start to think about living in the remote township of Coho Bay I like Linda Crowder description of the small Alaskan town of Coho Bay and the way Linda Crowder portrayed her charactersThe readers of The Deadly Art of Deception will learn about working in small business in Alaska Also the readers of The Deadly Art of Deception will learn about the hardship that the residents of Alaska have to ensure during each season I recommend this book

  2. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    Too much back and forth to make sense and mix up in the big scene about who knew what when why and how They also forgot a couple cabins and confused on the timeline The boat fix renter to move and if her parents came back

  3. LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL LORI (Dollycas) CASWELL says:

    Dollycas’s ThoughtsCoho Bay Alaska was just a small town on the Alaskan coast before cruise ships made it one of their stops Now the town is supported by “cruise ship season” which is nearing a close for the year Everyone knows everyone’s busy and gossip travels at the speed of light Caribou King Cara owns the The Broken Antler Gallery her sister Mel and her husband Bent own and run the local diner and her parents are off in the wilderness on a Moose Count Cara is surprised when her friend Taylor returns to Coho Bay Her husband was an artist just starting to take off with his career when he was killed by a bear Taylor left town shortly after Cara cannot get a straight story from Taylor but it seems to be her husband’s death is in uestion Soon after her arrival the town is shocked when a body sans head and hands is found in the bay Can the deaths be connected Does Taylor’s reappearance in town have anything to do with the dead man Who can Cara really trust to find answersI was familiar with this author from her Jake and Emma Mysteries so I knew this story was going to be good and I was not disappointedI have not read many books set in Alaska but the author’s descriptive words painted some beautiful pictures in my mind Set near the end of the summer the weather was very changeable One day summer like and warm the next could bring rain or even snow You would have to be one tough cookie to live there year roundCaribou King the name made me shake my head a bit but I was fine calling her Cara is a complex protagonist smart funny comfortable hunting elk and moose with her father but awkward around men and a bit naive She is tall for a girl was the football uarterback in high school because there weren’t enough guys to fill a team There aren’t many men in town and most are taken or look at her as a buddy rather than a woman to date and she is fine with that She lives in the apartment above the gallery and takes most of her meals at the diner where she helps out every morning at 530 amThe story focuses on Cara and her family Taylor her friend from college Taylor’s ex father in law the local police officer and visitor who has booked a cabin for the summer Ms Crowder wraps them in terrific mystery that had both me and Cara twisted up in knots trying to figure out whodunit At times the story became very suspenseful making the book hard to put down and easy to read in one sittingI really enjoyed this book and think we have hit just the tip of the iceberg with these characters I am excited to see what book number brings Maybe a little romance for Cara

  4. IslandRiverScribe IslandRiverScribe says:

    Every single character in this novel except our main protagonist Cara King is lying to everybody else And not to be outdone Cara King is lying to herselfThere are so many lies being told by so many people either to prove that a murder rather than an accident has occurred or to escape from being charged with said murder that the whole plot bogs down into a confusion worthy of a small migraine And then another body shows up Or does it Then a boat captain and a saw mill operator go missing Or do they And one of the main characters may be using a fake name and ID Or is he using the real one now and used the fake one earlier See confusion mental uicksand headacheMany of the lies voiced in the plot are fabricated on the theory that the best lie is always based on as much truth as possible Unfortunately by the end of the novel the author chooses not to adeuately explain to the reader what is “lie” and what is “truth” Therefore in the end even though I am an experienced hard core mystery reader I had a headache from trying to separate the wheat from the chaff and from trying to understand the complicated convoluted ploy that allowed the final conflict to succeed Even Cara passed out from the confusion at the end of that scene Believe me I know how she felt

  5. April April says:

    The Deadly Art of Deception A Caribou King Mystery Linda CrowderThis book starts out sort of being a ozy mystery that morphs into a murder mysteery suspense with hints of romance The descriptions and imagery of small town Alaska is very inviting The characters all seem to be hiding secrets from everyone else Lies lies and lies People go missing or are they away on a hnting trip Who's body do they fish out of the water Twïsts turns and mayham all keep the listener on the edge of their sea all the way to the end I hope there will be books in this series since this is listed as book 1The narration was well done The characters were well portrayed I have to say the passages about electronic thingy for reading versus physical books made me chuckle I am an auditory learner so electronic thingy would be my choice and Michelle Babb adds to the enjoymentI was given this free review copy audiobook at my reuest and have voluntarily left this review

  6. Jan Middendorf Jan Middendorf says:

    Entertaining book but a bit convoluted

  7. Ike Standifird Ike Standifird says:

    Good scene setting but the storyline was way too convoluted and unbelievable

  8. Elise Stone Elise Stone says:

    I have to say that this book kept me engaged enough to keep turning the pages In fact I read it from start to finish in one day which is very unusual for me But in the end I was frustrated with the main character and confused by the endingI had a very hard time understanding how Caribou Cara King could ever consider Taylor LennonSnow a friend Taylor consistently sleeps with men Cara is interested in luring them away with her magical appeal It's not new behavior for Taylor so when it happens again the fact that Cara manages to convince herself that it's her own fault is beyond believableThe ending is a muddle of people lying I think this was an attempt by the author to have multiple plot twists but it didn't work for me Every major character is guilty until they're not view spoiler This includes Frank Taylor's ex husband or possibly still husband who was just starting a romantic relationship with Cara earlier in the book His actions don't engender trust so the fact that the book ends with him and Cara getting together is unbelievable If I were Cara I'd probably leave Coho Harbor and find a place where the people weren't so deceitful hide spoiler

  9. Irene Irene says:

    I wanted so badly to give this book four stars but it caused me to get so confused with all the characters lying to each other I lost interest towards the end of the book

  10. Pamela Pamela says:

    RelationshipsI struggled to finish this novel set in Alaska The author has little to say about the surroundings which is a shame The main character keeps fainting She is an impulsive person driven by emotion She has trouble sorting events and people and is loyal long beyond what would be sensible Hard to like or even appreciate

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *