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eBook Northern Lights - Large Print Edition download ISBN: 0739446894
Author: Nora Roberts
Publisher: Doubleday L.P./G. P. Putnam; Large Print Edition edition (2004)
Language: English
Pages: 838
ePub: 1868 kb
Fb2: 1545 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

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Nora Roberts (born Eleanor Marie Robertson on October 10, 1950) is an American author of more than 225 romance novels. She writes as J. D. Robb for the in Death series and has also written under the pseudonyms Jill March and for publications in the . As of January 9, 2009, 400 million copies of her books are in print, including 12 million copies sold in 2005 alone  . The 2009 collection included Northern Lights starring LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian, Midnight Bayou starring Jerry O'Connell, High Noon starring Emilie de Ravin, and Tribute starring Brittany Murphy.

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Onetarieva
Meg is a female Bush pilot. She lives in Lunacy, Alaska. An independent person with only her two dogs as companions, and she likes it that way. Nate Burke is the new sheriff hired from the Lower 48. Nate is escaping his own ghosts from losing a partner in an alley shootout. He also prefers to be a loner. When Meg and Nate meet each other, the attraction is immediate, but not acted upon.
Twenty years ago, Meg's father disappeared. It was believed that he voluntarily left her and her mother and never looked back. When three young men are mountain climbing, they stumble across a body in a cave. It turns out to be Meg's missing father, murdered.
When the State police do little to solve it, due to lack of leads and the length of time since the murder,Nate does some investigating of his own. He is making people nervous. Especially the murderer. Nate is getting closer to solving it.
A look at life in Alaska. From the descriptive writing, you almost feel as if you are there. Mystery and Romance always make a good combination.
Mala
I lived in Alaska for 9 years so it was a familiar setting. Although a Dehavilan Beaver aircraft, the type Meg flies, has only one engine & the landing gear is fixed (not retractable). The plane depicted on the cover is a Piper. Yes I'm a retired Air Traffic Controller who thoroughly enjoyed this story of small town Alaska & the unique nature of living outside the lower 48.
Oso
STORY BRIEF:
Nate was a cop in Baltimore. His partner was killed on the job. Nate felt responsible and was sad, withdrawn and depressed for months. He left Baltimore to become police chief of a small town in Alaska, hoping to further lose himself. He meets Meg who is a fiercely independent bush pilot, flying people and supplies around Alaska. She has more masculine traits than feminine and is the initiator of casual sex. Some mountain climbers discover a dead body with an axe in his chest. The body has been sitting in a cave on the mountain for 16 years. Nate's cop instincts awaken as he investigates. The murderer starts doing things to stop the investigation.

REVIEWER'S OPINION:
It was a long book and a little slow at first. But the last half made it worthwhile and kept me interested. It was an interesting group of characters. I enjoyed watching what life was like for a small town police chief, breaking up fights, taking care of drunks, dealing with teenage orneriness. Nate was a good man, taking care of his town. But when murder happened, he turned back into the tough, Baltimore cop - investigating and protecting. Solving the murder and his relationship with Meg brought him back to life.

I would have liked a little more understanding of the motivation for the murder. The love story between Nate and Meg could have used more relationship development. It started with Meg wanting casual sex and later they sort of realized they were in love. It was ok but could have used a little more sizzle. I enjoyed the Alaskan lights in the sky, the beautiful wilderness, and the lifestyle.

DATA:
Story length: 635 pages. Swearing language: strong. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: 4. Total number of sex scene pages: 10. Setting: 1988, 2004 and 2005 Alaska. Copyright: 2004. Genre: romantic mystery.

OTHER BOOKS:
For a listing of my reviews of other Nora Roberts and J.D. Robb books, see my 4.5 star review of "Angels Fall" posted on 6/30/08.
Ttexav
This is my 3rd purchase of Northern Lights. I have it in Paperback, on my Sony Reader E-Book and now on my Kindle HD. I've read it over 15 times. I absolutely love this book. It's my comfort book. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes a good story about winter, romance, a good plot and terrific characters. It's so well written that I can picture exactly the scenery Nora Roberts writes about. Even though I've read it so many times, after a couple months, I'm ready to read it again. Thank you Nora for making me so happy. I've just finished reading it again for the 30th time. I had surgery a couple weeks ago and I really needed the comfort Northern Lights brings me. Bless you for all your talent.
Nuadazius
I wish there had been more Native American lore included, but that is my only quibble. Nora Roberts uses the Alaskan bush as a character in its own right, and that works just fine. I love quirky characters, and there are plenty of odd humans to be found in this romantic mystery. Actually, the romance is secondary to the mystery, and the solution to the mystery can be guessed fairly early, but the real pleasure in reading this book is in watching how the townspeople of Lunacy, Alaska, interact...and how Nate Burke, the new police chief, adapts to life under the Northern Lights. I've read this book 4 times, and enjoyed it just as much each time. I particularly appreciate that Nora Roberts doesn't have any perfect characters; no one is perfectly beautiful, or perfectly behaved. In fact, the heroine is a real handful, and you can tell there won't be any conventional Happy Ever After...there will be some rough patches, but you leave the book rooting for Nate and Meg.