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Alaska State Trooper Alex Jensen is faced with solving the mystery of what became of pilot Norm Lewis, whose plane disappeared six months ago in the vast white wilderness. When Norm's battered plane is found, empty except for the decomposed, bullet-riddled body of an unidentified female, his wife, Rochelle, is shocked and puzzled. Norm is nowhere to be found, and Rochelle, herself a pilot, demands to be included in the search.

When the body in the plane turns out to be that of a federal agent who was investigating big-game poachers, the FBI steps in. But it's Alex and Rochelle who go after the killers and put their lives on the line to discover what's behind Norm's disappearance.

©1997 Sue Henry (P)2001 Random House Audio

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"Twice as vivid as Michener's natural Alaska, at about a thousandth the length." (Washington Post)

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One of Sue Henry's good books

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

If you like Alaska and hearing about airplanes and bears in the wild, it will be enjoyable. I always like a good adventure and the plot was well done.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Yes. It was not always predictable.

What does Mary Peiffer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Her enunciation was good and she expressed appropriate feeling when something was shocking, romantic, scary, or unknown.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

If I could have, I would have just to figure out who did what in the mystery.

Any additional comments?

I loved hearing about the bears in Alaska and it encouraged me to Google about bears and to dream of one day seeing them in Alaska.