Children of Noah

Children of Noah #2020

Children of Noah A few months after the birth of his twins openly gay Honolulu homicide detective Kimo Kanapa aka begins a temporary assignment to the FBI s Joint Terrorism Task Force Kimo and his HPD partner Ray Don
  • Title: Children of Noah
  • Author: Neil S. Plakcy
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A few months after the birth of his twins, openly gay Honolulu homicide detective Kimo Kanapa aka begins a temporary assignment to the FBI s Joint Terrorism Task Force Kimo and his HPD partner Ray Donne are quickly thrown into an investigation into threatening letters sent to a U.S Senator Are these screeds about racial purity related to an escalating series of attacksA few months after the birth of his twins, openly gay Honolulu homicide detective Kimo Kanapa aka begins a temporary assignment to the FBI s Joint Terrorism Task Force Kimo and his HPD partner Ray Donne are quickly thrown into an investigation into threatening letters sent to a U.S Senator Are these screeds about racial purity related to an escalating series of attacks against mixed race couples and families on Oahu When arson at a day care center on the Windward Coast brings Kimo s partner, fire investigator Mike Riccardi, into the case, Kimo worries about the future of his and Mike s newborn twins on an island falling prey to hate and a cult leader bent on death and destruction.
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    The mystery was good though it made me feel uneasy since it was related to religious albeit very distorted belief about racial purity Never been a fan of crime stories based on someone s faith But as far as Kimo and Ray s first assignment with the FBI s FBI s Joint Terrorism Task Force, I thought they went with a bang I enjoyed their investigation and research process I liked that Kimo was able to put himself in the new shoes of being FBI Agent and that he stuck to rules without antagonizing HPD [...]

    A few years ago I was able to attend the FBI s Citizen s Academy, a nine week program that met one evening a week to learn about the functions of the Bureau, and I was excited to learn about the Joint Terrorism Task Force, which brings local law enforcement into the Bureau s operations for cooperative efforts.After eight books in the Mahu Investigations series, I was beginning to run out of ideas for Kimo to investigate within the narrow confines of his HPD district I was itching to give him a b [...]

    Oh, but this one was fun It s the most domestic of the books in this series so far, and it s great to see Kimo taking on the dad role when he was so hesitant about having kids in the previous books He and Mike are great foster dads to Dakota, and while we didn t get much time with the baby twins, what we did get was fun And for once, it made sense that these two guys wouldn t really know what to do with babies, not having any previous experience I really enjoyed getting to see of their day to d [...]

    Kimo and Mike are settled in their relationship with their foster son Dakota, dog Roby, and of course their role as fathers of the twins with their lesbian couple friends Kimo and his partner Ray have been seconded to the FBI a decision made in part because it would be safer riding a desk than out fighting crime as a cop Or that was the plan Incidents of racial abuse and attack escalate to murder, and all signs point to the perpetrators being part of a quasi Mormon cult who live in an isolated c [...]

    I enjoyed the mystery part of the plot, and I loved the scenes with Dakota Saying that, continuity issues really affected my enjoyment of the story At the beginning of the book, Addie and Owen have already been born There are scenes with Mike, Kimo, Sandra, and both babies Later on, Kimo is described as a father to be Toward the end of the book, he tells someone that Sandra is pregnant with his twins Umm, they have already been born How did such huge inconsistencies get missed in editing

    FiveStarsI loved this so much This is one of the best crime fiction stories I ve read in a long time I ve finally found a series with a gay protagonist that rivals the best of mainstream bestsellers I know I m a little late to the party starting on book 9, but this was absolutely brilliant.Kimo is a fabulous lead character I can t think of a complex or engaging character in any series I ve read recently Plakcy has managed to sustain a fascinating character over nine books without the detective [...]

    I loved this so much This is one of the best crime fiction stories I ve read in a long time I ve finally found a series with a gay protagonist that rivals the best of mainstream bestsellers I know I m a little late to the party starting on book 9, but this was absolutely brilliant.Kimo is a fabulous lead character I can t think of a complex or engaging character in any series I ve read recently Plakcy has managed to sustain a fascinating character over nine books without the detective descendin [...]

    Aloha The problem with this series has always been that author Plakcy lulls you into the everyday life of Hawaii cop turned detective Kimo Kanapa aka while giving you enough of a rope to wrap around your neck in terms of a new mystery to solve That s where he gets you simultaneously unwrapping Kimo s latest love life escapade now with his should be husband Mike the Firefighter Riccardi and their children around something truly horrifying snorkeling around the islands.This one ratchets up both as [...]

    A Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words ReviewRating 4 stars out of 5For the full review, visit wp p220KL 662From that review I loved this book for so many reasons, none of which really had anything to do with the mystery Kimo s parents which have figured largely in all the stories are now frail, older figures here, especially Kimo s dad Their relationship, always so strong, sees a change in position here that is so realistic and painful Mike s parents, once so against the relationship, now move fo [...]

    Children of Noah Mahu 9 Neil S Plakcy4 starsM M MysteryI was given this book for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.I enjoyed this book well enough It had some continuity issues throughout, but overall, it was well thought out and well written.I usually have issues where racial purity is based on religion it s just a dangerous topic to write about However, Plakcy does a pretty good job The mystery is well planned and never gives you than just a taste so that it is not spoiled half way thro [...]

    Another solid procedural crime investigation from Mr Plakcy There s some very interesting insights into the mindset of those extreme groups using biblical texts to support their wacko acts There s some development of the multi book storyline for Kimo and Mike s adoption of Dakota and it is always good to read vignettes from the extended family life and goings on There is far less emphasis on these overall as compared to the investigative procedural parts and some readers might not like it I was [...]

    Another installment from Kimo and Mike.I enjoyed the mystery, though sometimes with the move to the FBI there were a lot of procedurals that maybe wont be there in futureKimo and Mike were of a background hum really with the relationship focus with Kimo and his parents and with the twins though Mike and Kimo trying to cope with two squawking babies was fun could have been played for I think Not quite as engrossing as some installments but great for fans of Kimo.Enjoyed it, it move along quick [...]

    I love series that are like visiting an old friend when a new book comes out The actual book doesn t matter so much it s just a chance to catch up, as it were.In other words, the mystery was not great, but I mostly wanted to see how Kimo and his family are.

    As someone that has grown up in Hawaii, Neil writes an accurate portrayal of life in Hawaii It is obvious that Neil has done his research This book grabbed my attention from the first paragraph I read this book in one day

    I like Neil Plakcy s mysteries They leave you guessing, and it is nice to read a mystery with a gay detective that is not necessarily all about the detective being gay

    Very current topic with religion based racism However, I would ve liked a nice epilogue It all ended rather abruptly.

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