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Birds of a Feather (Bellingham Mysteries Book 5) by [Kimberling, Nicole]
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  • File Size: 380 KB
  • Print Length: 114 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Loose Id LLC (June 18, 2013)
  • Publication Date: June 18, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DHR89BK
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By Sirius VINE VOICE on June 21, 2013
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I am a fan of Nicole Kimberling's writing and this book did not dissappoint me either. It looks like this is the last book in the series, based on the event happening in Nick's and Peter's personal life, but I certainly will not object to reading more about their adventures if the writer so decides. :)

Everything that I love about her works is here - dry humor, observations about human nature that actually make sense. The adult men who actually *act* like ones and who do not become "plot zombies" ;). I loved for example that no matter how much Peter wanted to smack Shamus, he decided that this is what losers do. I wish more characters in m/m stories actually behaved their age. And what I also liked that even in comparison to book four Peter seemed to learn a lesson about rushing out alone. I really really like when the character grows throughout the series like that.

Mystery starts like relatively "lite" but turns out to be quite dangerous and actions of the villain really made sense too.

For those of you who care there is I would say one and a half unexplicit sex scene. But if you like me have read previous books by this writer, you know already that she pays attention to her characters and plot and sex is just a bit of icing on the cake. Exactly the way I love it.
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I've been reading the entire five-part Bellingham Mysteries series in one go - to try to get the feel of a big book from this excellent suite of novellas. I wanted to really spend time with the characters, not just visit them like episodes in a mini-series (which is really what this is, come to think of it).

The last two of the books, "One Man's Treasure" and "Birds of a Feather," seem to take us to the end of our relationship with Peter Fontaine and Nick Olson. As in the rest of the series, there are themes to each book. "Treasure" is the vaguest of the themes, but it seems to deal with the idea of what is valuable to an individual, what drives him or her. The trash/treasure dichotomy is the energizer. In "Birds," there is literally an issue of birds, but the theme of the book is really about how people are like/unlike each other.

And all that makes sense because, as I figured out pretty quickly here, none of these books is really about the plot. The mysteries are all sort of fun - and all of them involve the quirky community of artists in Bellingham, Washington, "the city of Subdued Excitement." (Snicker) What the mysteries are really there for is to create a backdrop for us to study the evolving relationship between stoic ex-army Nick; and impulsive, nosy journalist Peter.

Throughout the series, we get to know a wide range of quirky secondary characters - some of them, like Peter's friend Evangeline, and Bradley, the son of Nick's late lover Walter, appear recurringly. Evangeline is a bright note of flaky support; Bradley is a dark point of anger and bitterness. These characters amplify what we know about the two men and how they grow to understand each other. I think I'd love living in Bellingham if these guys were friends.
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I love Nicole Kimberling's writings and have always felt she is under appreciated in the MM romance genre. This is one of my favorite MM romance mystery series and for those of us following it, this is the 5th book. I love plucky and curious Peter and his stoic and dependable hunk of a boyfriend, artistic Nick. As a couple they have come a long way and with this one focusing on their wedding, it could very well be the last in the series. I hope not! The writing is tight and engaging as usual, with the writer's wit scattered throughout. This is a good blend of drama and mystery. The mystery side is certainly more than I thought towards the last part. On the drama side, I enjoy the introduction of the parents who have come to support their sons. Some nice bonding here! On the romance side I love how jealous and possessive Peter is. And of course Peter is a hoot when his imagination goes off-kilter. An enjoyable addition to a wonderful series and I hope it is not the end even if this is a satisfying end..
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I simply adore these mysteries, so funny, so witty, the mystery so well done, and the characters a pleasure to get to know (plus the sweet moments are exactly right). In this one Peter is dealing with an array of things - a stray bullet, a dead eagle, parents and in-laws (Nick's father is great!) and various wedding related little disasters. He keeps composing really funny inner articles to help him through. I laughed and smiled a lot with this one, and there's the exactly right amount of suspense as well. Plus Peter really gets the reader into investigation mood.
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