A Stolen Season (Paperback)

An Alex McKnight Novel (Alex McKnight Novels #7)

By Steve Hamilton

Minotaur Books, 9781250048493, 304pp.

Publication Date: May 20, 2014

List Price: 18.99*
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Description

Edgar Award–winner Steve Hamilton takes his acclaimed series to new heights in A Stolen Season. If you thought you knew Alex McKnight and how far he'll go for the people he cares about . . . think again.

On a freezing night in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, a night that wouldn't feel so unusual if it weren't the Fourth of July, a boat plows full speed into a line of old railroad pilings in the shallow water of Waishkey Bay. After Alex helps rescue the passengers, he figures he'll never see them again. He couldn't be more wrong. The men he saved are connected to a deadly drug-smuggling syndicate and it's up to Alex to do damage control—and protect the woman he loves—before the cycle of violence comes around full circle.



About the Author

Steve Hamilton was born and raised in Detroit, and graduated from the University of Michigan where he won the prestigious Hopwood Award for fiction. In 2006, he won the Michigan Author Award for his outstanding body of work. His novels have won numerous awards and media acclaim beginning with the very first in the Alex McKnight series, A Cold Day in Paradise, which won the Private Eye Writers of America/St. Martin's Press Award for Best First Mystery by an Unpublished Writer. Once published, it went on to win the MWA Edgar and the PWA Shamus Awards for Best First Novel, and was short-listed for the Anthony and Barry Awards. His book The Lock Artist is the winner of the 2011 Edgar Award for Best Novel. Hamilton currently works for IBM in upstate New York where he lives with his wife Julia and their two children.


Praise For A Stolen Season: An Alex McKnight Novel (Alex McKnight Novels #7)

“One of those mysteries that lulls readers into a sense of security, but nothing is certain here.” —Washington Post Book World

“I'm often asked to recommend a detective series readers might have missed. This is it.” —Harlan Coben

“I really like his main character, Alex McKnight, and I'm ready to revisit Paradise, Michigan.” —James Patterson

“A proven master of suspense.” —Lee Child