Murder on Easter Island Daniel Hawk Fishinghawk Daniel Hawk Fishinghawk is the best of the best a detective s detective Raised by his Cherokee grandfather to be sensitive to the subtle signs of nature no clue goes by unnoticed and each and every

  • Title: Murder on Easter Island (Daniel "Hawk" Fishinghawk)
  • Author: Gary D. Conrad
  • ISBN: 9781568251806
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daniel Hawk Fishinghawk is the best of the best a detective s detective Raised by his Cherokee grandfather to be sensitive to the subtle signs of nature, no clue goes by unnoticed, and each and every case he is faced with is quickly solved When he is recruited by the State Department to assist with a series of gruesome murders on Easter Island, even his brilliant minDaniel Hawk Fishinghawk is the best of the best a detective s detective Raised by his Cherokee grandfather to be sensitive to the subtle signs of nature, no clue goes by unnoticed, and each and every case he is faced with is quickly solved When he is recruited by the State Department to assist with a series of gruesome murders on Easter Island, even his brilliant mind could never have predicted the power of the evil he would soon have to face Every second moved him closer and closer to the hideous presence, and he knew without a doubt there would be no escape.

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    1. I loved it, what can I say,loved how the author mixed historical facts with the modern times of Easter Island ,loved how Hawk the main character loved and respected his Grandfather's teaching about his people's past,and loved how Hawk also respected the historical facts that he learned about Easter Island.if you love historical facts,mystery, then you might like this.

    2. In a complex story that travels from Oklahoma to New York City to Easter Island, Daniel "Hawk" Fishinghawk uses his skill as a detective and his keen intelligence to help solve difficult mysteries.Daniel is considered the best of the best in the NYPD. The Commissioner is contacted by the U.S. State Department to assist the Chilean Government with a unique murder on Easter Island. A killer there has been killing tourists at night and cannibalizing their bodies.Daniel gets right to work and learns [...]

    3. A very dark secret unlocks the mystery in Murder on Easter Island. Gary Conrad has managed to weave a riveting story which includes seemingly unrelated elements such as a brief history of Easter Island, ancient customs, moral obligations, tribal killings, modern police work and even a love story. This is a page-turner that will leave you guessing until the very end. It's fascinating, intriguing, and educational all at the same time. It will also leave you wanting more of Daniel Fishinghawk.

    4. Murder on Easter Island is an epic hero's journey through time. Daniel's journey begins as a challenge to solve a murder mystery but along the way he finds himself, his love, his parents and a new way of being in the world. This story reveals the importance of stepping up to one's opportunities and obligations. We also get to learn a great deal about fascinating Easter Island - its history, customs and culture. I highly recommend this book as both an exciting detective novel and a glimpse into h [...]

    5. Murder on Easter Island, A Daniel “Hawk” Fishinghawk Mystery by Gary D. Conrad is a engrossing mystery about Detective Daniel "Hawk" Fishinghawk, a Cherokee Indian who investigates cannibalistic killings. It has touches of the paranormal that are frightening.I found it riveting & couldn't turn the pages fast enough. I gave it five stars.In addition to the murder investigation, this book touches on the the history of Easter Island/Rapa Nui via Hawk's interaction with "Crazy" Tiare, a nine [...]

    6. Well, Murder on Easter Island is FULL of surprises. The blurb doesn't do it justice and certainly doesn't prepare one for the supernatural element. The story has three "books". The first book is the intro to Detective Daniel Fishinghawk who seems to be portrayed as a Cherokee Sherlock Holmes. He can see clues that elude everyone else and comes up with a totally crazy idea of who the NY serial killer is, and of course, is right. As the blurb does mention, he is sent to assist the Chilean police w [...]

    7. This was my first book to read by this author. I was fortunate enough to have met him at a writer's group meeting in Waurika, Oklahoma. He is as fascinating as his book was. The context of the book was unique and the characters were very well developed. I am usually good at figuring out "the bad guy" and thought I had until the end and was totally surprised! I especially found the supernatural element to be extremely clever and surprising--the way he used it was new and fresh. Great book and I l [...]

    8. I won this book in a giveaway on . The story is unique, rich and has that spark of a great book. The characters were well thought out and realistic. Though it did get somewhat rushed toward the end, it was still done well otherwise. And the suspense was done really good as well. I definitely recommend for those who want to read a good mystery/suspense mixed with a surprise element to it.

    9. I won this book through a Giveaway.Murder on Easter Island was easy to pick up and impossible to put down! The journey to solve "who did it" and "how it was possible" keeps you guessing until the last page. Twists and turns keep you on your toes and I doubt even the most intuit readers will be able to foresee the outcome! A must read for any mystery or historical non-fiction fan!

    10. Good book. Daniel "Hawk" Fishinghawk has been sent to Easter Island to help solve the murder of tourists. His journey takes him back in time to the 1700's to find the murderer. This book if full of surprises right up until the end.I would certainly recommend this book to all my reader friends.

    11. I received this book fro Good Reads. This was a excellent read. It kept my attention right up to the end. Enjoyed this book very much.

    12. Murder on Easter Island is an intriguing adventure filled with unexpected twists and turns, as delightful as they are unexpected. Don’t miss this satisfying read!

    13. The author cleverly explores the history and culture of the peoples of Easter Island through a modern day "who done it" mystery and the Cherokee worldview. Very enjoyable!

    14. This book captured my attention from page 1. I found it hard to put down. I enjoyed the twists & turns that were unexpected. I thought I had it figured out and then the story went in a totally different direction.loved it!

    15. This book was divided into 3 "books" and was a different than most murder mysteries, however it was entertaining.I received this book free from First Reads.

    16. ARC/Paranormal Mystery: I want to thank Net Galley for letting me have a copy of this book for an honest review. I didn't hate it, but I can't recommend it either. First, a disclaimer, I'm a big, big fan of Easter Island. I read articles and watch all things Easter Island on TV. I hated on Matt Lauer when of all places he could have gone in world, he had to rub my nose in the fact he was hiding on my island. I have a National Geographic cruise catalog on my desk at work and I'm trying to talk my [...]

    17. What for the first half is a murder mystery, albeit in a different locale than most, turns into something completely different at the halfway mark. Catching the bad guy becomes secondary to the detective, yet eventually he does. . . except he doesn’t; yeah, plot twist. Elements of science-fiction, metaphysics, and even romance come into play. I’m not convinced the mixing of genres works here; I definitely would have preferred a straight mystery, though it doesn’t hurt the story that much.T [...]

    18. Received this book for free through First Reads. This was my introduction to author Gary D. Conrad and to character Daniel "Hawk" Fishinghawk. It is also an introduction to the peoples of Easter Island and the start of the career of Daniel "Hawk" Fishinghawk, Jr. Private Investigator of the Strange and Mysterious.

    19. Interesting facts to learn about the early history of Easter Island, but a rather implausible plot, with the main character going through a time warp back to the 1700s. But they all lived happily ever after

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