Hunter's Moon

Hunter's Moon

Unknown - 1999
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This third and final volume begins in 1991 with Alan Clark contemplating quitting as MP. Life at Saltwood Castle, his home in Kent, hangs heavy; then comes the Scott inquiry and the Matrix Churchill affair, the publishing of the first volume of the Diaries, which leads the coven, a family of former girlfriends, to sell their story to the News of the World. The diaries follow his ongoing efforts to return to Westminster. As ever there is much, much more: his long-suffering wife Jane, his family, an affair, and, not least, the country life.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1999
ISBN: 9780399144684
Branch Call Number: FIC/Stabe 359401 1
Characteristics: 260 p. --


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Jul 22, 2017

This novel was not as well crafted as the first in the series; perhaps because the scenario is a bit far out and the unfolding of the violence rather unbelievable. I really enjoy the descriptions of the Alaskan frontier, it is sort of our last unexploited space in our country if you can ignore the pipeline running down the middle. The romantic interplay seems very forced as if it was introduced to make our heroine seem more feminine. I hope our author goes a bit more into the native/newcomer interplay and the uniqueness of the environment.

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