This book is a departure for Kate Shugak -- she is hired by a wealthy woman to free her mother from prison due to a conviction on the arson murder of ..Show More »
It must be very difficult for Stabenow to write a bad mystery book, as she doesn't disappoint here. This book is a bit more sombre fare than some of ..Show More »
not many series allow you to become a part of the world within as thoroughly as this one. The mystery is a bonus while you catch up on what everyone ..Show More »
this book has to many Kate said, Jim said, Kate said and then Jim said again. etc..... my first read of this author and will probably be my last. I o..Show More »
This is one of the few series that, for me, hasn't become either the same-book-with-small-changes or a caricature of itself by the 4th book. The book ..Show More »
In this primarily Kate Shugak story, Liam Campbell plays an important role, and we get a chance along the way to learn a bit of the Campbell back stor..Show More »
This 20th book in the story of Kate Shugak and Alaska is another winner, though much of the story is actually about Jim Chopin. The plot, straight out..Show More »
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