In The Spotlight: Steve Hamilton’s Ice Run

A great author who also uses Michigan’s wild and remote Upper Peninsula for his mystery settings.

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SpotlightHello, All,

Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. The Great Lakes region shared by the US and Canada has its own unique culture. That’s especially true once you get away from large cities such as Toronto and Chicago. That culture and lifestyle serve as the backdrop to Steve Hamilton’s Alex McKnight novels, so let’s use his work to get a closer look at life in that area. Let’s turn the spotlight on Ice Run, the sixth in this series.

McKnight was a police officer in Detroit until a shootout left him with a bullet in his chest. He’s since moved to Paradise, a small town on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. There he lives in one of a group of cabins his father left him and rents out the others to hunters, fishers, campers and boaters.

One February evening, McKnight makes plans to meet his new love interest at…

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I write mystery novels. The Butterfly Conspiracy and The Peacock Prophecy, feature Stepehn Moorehouse, his Uncle Phillip Kahle, and Stephen's romantic interest, Jeanette St. Jacques. The Maze At Four Chimneys features John Barrington and his family. The Black Orchid Mystery features a detective named Archie Archibald. This book takes place in Vero Beach, Florida but has ties to John Barrington from The Maze book. My latest book, Menagerie of Broken Dreams, brings back Stephen Moorhouse and his uncle Philip, as they travel to central Florida to make a movie. Things don't go as planned when they meet Doctor Merryweather and his run down roadside attraction the Menagerie.
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2 Responses to In The Spotlight: Steve Hamilton’s Ice Run

  1. Thank you for kindly re-blogging my post 🙂

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