Vic decided to hide as a passenger on the Lucella because she was afraid that captain Bemis would want her on board his ship. She knew that she would be able to leave the Lucella when the ship stopped at the locks at Sault Ste Marie. After the cargo of the port had been loaded into the ship and the lucella was ready to leave, Vic climbed up the ladder to the main deck and waited until the Lucella had pulled away from the shore and was a couple of kilometers from land. Then she went up to cabin to talk to Bledsoe.
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Shelves: library-love-challenge , tbr Once again am shocked by how much I really enjoyed book 2 in the V. Warshawski book. We have V. I loved the ins and outs that Paretsky gets into with the shipping industry. Also V. We get two Once again am shocked by how much I really enjoyed book 2 in the V. We get two potential love interests in this one. But one thing I do appreciate in these books is that the men that come across V.
She wants someone to look at her and accept her as she is, but she is percent not in the mood to do the same which did crack me up. I find interesting and definitely a contradiction.
I find myself comparing V. A lot of the book is deductions and snooping that V. She is able to put things together and I can honestly say that I loved that I was not able to guess where the story was going and who the guilty parties were. I totally guessed wrong which is par for the course for me when it comes to mystery novels. We get reappearances in this one, we once again get Doctor Lotty Herschel, V.
We also have V. Seriously at times I had to go downstairs and tidy up my house since I was getting second hand issues over the messiness I was reading about in this book. The writing was good, but honestly I wish that the character of Bobby would be flattened by something. Also I am starting to realize that most of the cops in this series are inept as hell. Once again Chicago sounds like a pain in the butt to deal with in any type of weather. The ending was a surprise and I loved how even though V.