Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Murder on the Yukon Quest Book Review

I don't read much fiction, but hey, this one's about mushing so I had to read it. I read her book Murder on the Iditarod Trail several years ago and enjoyed it, so I decided to pick this one up. It's a good old-fashioned murder mystery, but it's set during the Yukon Quest, a 1000 mile race from Whitehorse, Yukon, to Fairbanks, Alaska. The checkpoints and race info was accurate, but because it was a work of fiction, the mushers were all fictional, which was a bit unnerving. However, I took comfort that one of the dogs in the race was named Silver. That's the name of Brent Sass's lead dog. Brent has attained hero status for rescuing other mushers, and he gives all the credit to Silver.

You can see the books I've read so far (starting in 2011) here.


  1. Love the layout. Interesting post, thanks for the great read and keep up the good work. Thanks for the review, I am going to have to check it out, lol.


  2. do you like killings in the plots? as for me, it's not pleasant for reading((

  3. I do not like books that have a lot of violence and killing in them, and I get depressed if a main character dies. However, I do like murder mysteries. They do not focus on the murder itself, but rather the investigation. I like to try to figure out who did the murder (though I'm usually wrong, LOL)