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Monday, January 11, 2010

Mahu Fire by Neil Plakcy

Not sure what it was, but there was a little spark missing in this, Neil Plakcy's third book in his MAHU series. But that's not to say that it wasn't still an excellent story; honestly I don't think this man can write a bad story. I really do enjoy following the adventures of Kimo; but there's so much more to the stories than just Kimo and his police magic. There's his family and friends, there is the desire to find that special someone, something that most of us can identify with in one way or another. And there's always a mystery that keeps the reader spell-bound and unsure of just who is doing what and why; at least until the end.

Another excellent story in Neil Plakcy's outstanding series.

Book Info:

Neil S. Plakcy; Mahu Fire; Alyson Books; April 2008

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 Honolulu heats up, as passions rise and murder comes calling. Homicide detective Kimo Kanapa'aka is attending a local charity event in support of gay marriage when a bomb disrupts the gala. Someone is out for more than blood...they want victims. With hunky fireman Mike Riccardi at his side--day and night--Kimo digs through the ashes to find that, not only is heat dangerous for the heart, but that fire can burn through the hottest of motives.

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